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Sandra Jenkins, owner of Dog Gone Crazy, is just plain nuts about caring for your pet

Sandra Jenkins, owner of Dog Gone Crazy, Inc., is out of her mind. Actually, she’s nuts—about dogs. So much so that, on occasion, you’ll find her curled up in one of the boarding kennels comforting a nervous pooch, or simply spending some quality time with a dog that needs a little extra attention. This elevated level of service is...

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At Peters Professional Landscaping, a total spring spruce-up is kind of their thing

The official first day of spring clocked in on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. But as is often the case in the CLE, spring-like weather takes its sweet time to make an appearance—not until April, or sometimes May. According to the Farmer’s Almanac forecast, this spring we can look forward to normal to slightly below normal temperatures and...

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Using the latest advancements in dental implants, Dr. Sanjay Karunagaran, of Frontier Dental, is helping patients smile again with confidence

If you are missing a tooth, you are not alone. Over half the U.S. population is missing at least one tooth, according to the American College of Prosthodontists. And as we age, an alarming 20 percent of adults 65 years or older are missing all their natural teeth. Uniquely qualified to restore and replace teeth, Dr. Sanjay Karunagaran, owner...

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Changes are coming to Medicare, say goodbye to plans F and C

There are changes happening with Medicare Supplement Insurance plans that are worth taking a closer look at. Medicare Supplemental plans work alongside Original Medicare to help fill in the gaps for costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. These plans are standardized with letters A-N, and the cost varies by carrier and benefit level...

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Haircuts at Kat Lotus Beauty Lounge start at a ridiculously low $29

Kat Khamvongsouk launched her Kat Lotus Beauty Lounge in Medina in 2013 with a focus on natural nail services. Here you’ll find Shellac and the red-hot-right-now dipping powder for nail enhancement. Manicures are just $20, Shellac manicures are $30, and pedicures are a modest $35. There is, however, one critical difference between this...

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