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Residents of Brooklyn Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care feel at home because of caring people who make genuine connections, celebrating life’s little moments every day

What makes a home a home? Sure, the furnishings and décor matter; so does the cleanliness and coziness. But what really makes a home a home sweet home is the people. When I asked Danielle Ridgeway, director of marketing and sales for Brooklyn Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care what separates this community from others, she responded...

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Enjoy senior specials to vacation-style brunches & business lunches at Sunrise Social—one of Green/Uniontown’s hottest gathering places

When I was younger, I would wonder why so many seniors liked to eat at 5:00, enjoying many an early bird special. But now that I’m a senior myself, I get it. I like to eat early and go to bed after Jeopardy! This allows me rise early (generally 5:30 to 6:00) and enjoy the quiet of the morning while still getting nine hours of sleep, not...

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With TruSculpt iD, fat is heated and then immediately begins to dissolve with full results evident in about 12 weeks

After more than four years of offering the revolutionary TruSculpt iD at her Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, the rave reviews for Dr. Laurel and her fat-melting procedure continue to pile up. Following surgery to help her lose a considerable amount of weight, one patient turned to Dr. Laurel for help with the resulting sagging skin. A TruSculpt...

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Barbera Home Improvement has stood the test of time—and so has its workmanship

Ohio has seen its share of violent storms the past month. Torrential rain, hail and high winds have wreaked havoc and caused damage to countless homes. Many people suffered flooding and leaking roofs due to storm damage. In many cases, the damage might not even be visible. One local, family-run roofing company has stood the test of time:...

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Amy Hoes, of eXp Realty, weighs in on the state of the Medina County real estate market

The often-quoted Chinese citation, “May you live in interesting times,” could apply to the real estate market in Northeast Ohio. While interest rates have inched up throughout 2023, home buyers have fewer homes to choose from on the market. I caught up with Amy Hoes of eXp Realty for an explanation of what that means in the short and...

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