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Working with a travel agent from Firefly Travels just makes traveling easy

There’s a reason why just the thought of planning a trip can be enough to make you stay home. Trip planning takes work, time and can cause headaches before, during and after. Kristen Keeney, owner of Firefly Travels, simplifies the process, makes it more cost effective and the result is a custom-designed dream vacation where all you and your...

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Live Edge Lumber creates gorgeous, custom-made live-edge tables without the premium furniture store prices

In the spring of 2019, just after Joe Neiswonger’s cousin passed away, a tornado ripped through his cousin’s former property in Springboro, Pennsylvania, taking down five old cherry trees. His cousin’s son called to tell him about the storm, and to let Joe know he would be cutting the trees into firewood. “Wait,” Joe pleaded. “Let...

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During the ACA annual enrollment, the push is on to help more Americans get health insurance coverage for less

Just like last year, the annual enrollment period for Affordable Care Act (ACA) coverage has been extended until Sunday, January 15, 2023. The reason? “The push continues to help more people get insured,” says Doug Johnson, a licensed insurance agent with HealthMarkets Insurance Agency. “We’ve been shown time and time again how crucial...

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Curated boutique frames, in-house lens making, and a customer experience rivaled by no other at Eyes on Chagrin

When Kevin Kretch opened Eyes on Chagrin 10 years ago, he had a vision. Pardon that very obvious pun, but Kevin has a true passion for the business fueled by his career as an optician and a deep family history in optometry and other areas of medicine and healthcare. When he first opened, Kevin carried 99% designer-named frames hoping to offer...

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Meet the Artist: Marianne Hite

The reflective and beautiful quality of glass creates the perfect canvas for an artist to work their magic on. Local artist Marianne Hite uses her expressive style to employ a variety of techniques to her glasswork. She creates slumped and fused kiln-formed glass jewelry, vessels, wall hangings and art objects. “Living in Northeast Ohio...

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