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Cardinal Credit Union aims to educate area youth on preparing for their financial future

Forging a future in financial success starts at home. Area children and teenagers can now start on their financial journey with help from a familiar football team. The Cardinal Credit Union, a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative serving the community through high performance banking products and services, is joining forces with...

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From weddings to family gathering to corporate events, Cleveland’s The Aviator makes the magic

At age 30, Khadar Soussou of The Aviator is almost certainly the youngest event center owner in the region. But that’s not a surprise. He’s a natural host. He’s having a good time only when you’re having a good time. “Being a family-owned business ourselves, we get the most joy out of seeing other families enjoying themselves,...

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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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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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With the next generation heading up D&S Automotive Collision & Restyling, the torch has been passed—and it’s lit

Any company that thrives over 46 years has a secret to its success. I recently sat down with father and son Carmen and C.J. Paterniti, respectively the founder and president of Lake County mainstay D&S Automotive Collision & Restyling to find out theirs. “When I was 19, back in 1977, I started the business out of my mother’s garage...

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