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Here’s how to retire like you’re moving to a resort

Just months away from opening, the area’s newest all-inclusive retirement community—Hudson Meadows—is already generating a big buzz around town, and for good reason. “Our fantastic research team did its work assessing the needs of people in the Northeast Ohio area, and we discovered that, in this market, seniors really want to...

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Theresa was an active and loving 54 and Jim was a confident and gregarious 53, until they were diagnosed with Dementia

We worked for the same company, until she got fired for swearing at her boss,” recalls Jeff Fedor. “Her behavior had changed. She told me she wanted a divorce and she was forgetting the simple things. She knew something was wrong, she just didn’t know what.” Theresa Fedor was just 54 when she and her husband, Jeff, found out she had...

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Here's why seniors at Ohio Living Breckenridge love living there

As a distinctive life plan community in the heart of Willoughby, Ohio Living Breckenridge Village provides the opportunity for retirees to choose housing that fits their lifestyle and the freedom to live their lives how they choose. Situated on 32 acres of rolling, wooded parkland, with scenic views and meandering walking paths, options range...

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The team at Dog Gone Crazy is wild about offering top-tier pet services at your convenience

Sandra Jenkins, owner of Dog Gone Crazy, 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 just part...

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The Lorain Public Library System has plans to expand the Avon Branch, and you can help to make it happen

“The publicness of the public library is an increasingly rare commodity. It becomes harder all the time to think of places that welcome everyone and don’t charge any money for that warm embrace.” —Susan Orlean, The Library Book Armed with vision and input from every facet of the community through a year-long study process, the...

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