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A Final Thought: Dear Father...

I enjoy genealogy and spend a good deal of time researching my family tree. Last month, I discovered a letter written by my great-great-great grandmother Nancy Lathan Rodgers in 1846 to her father Samuel Lathan. She was age 43 living near Columbus, Georgia, at the time and was recently widowed, while her father, age 82, was living in Union...

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The Gutter Boys can repair your gutters and cover them, too

After the heavy snows in late February, those of us who failed to plow our driveways discovered that the snow had turned to ice. My own driveway became what can only be described as a glacier. My car got stuck on three different occasions, and I had to walk to the mailbox like a flat-footed, little old lady to avoid falling and breaking a...

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Using leading-edge technology and an innovative integrative approach to identify the true, underlying causes of pain

For those experiencing chronic pain, finding lasting relief can be a lifelong struggle. Many patients have seen rheumatologists, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, acupuncturists, P.T.s, M.T.s and D.P.M.s—the list of traditional specialists can seem like a bottomless bowl of alphabet soup. But one local physician is taking...

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A Final Thought: Science and Sweet Corn

As an English major, I sometimes regret not learning more about science, so I read a lot about the sciences and listen to science-themed podcasts. Here are a few things I learned about the nature of the universe in 2020 that surprised me: Plants Don’t Grow Out of the GroundA plant’s structure is mostly carbon, but where does the...

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Once the winter snows melt, it’s going to be a busy roofing season for Roofsmith Restoration

Spring is the ideal time to replace your roof, especially after the single-digit temperatures Northeast Ohio experienced in February. Ice dams—and other problems associated with the freeze-thaw cycle—can wreak havoc on shingles, flashing, chimneys, skylights and more, creating leaks and water damage, especially if your roof is past...

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