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The Orthopedic Injury Center at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center provides expert treatment of bone and musculoskeletal related injuries

When an unexpected bone or musculoskeletal injury occurs, your first instinct may be to drive to the nearest emergency room. But there may be a better option. University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center’s new Orthopedic Injury Center may not only be more convenient and cost less than the ER, but it also provides world-class treatment of bone...

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Choice Cabinet is moving to a new world headquarters

It takes something special to be the largest kitchen cabinet supplier in Ohio, with happy customers throughout the Eastern United States and Canada. “High quality and quick availability at affordable prices. That’s our secret sauce.” That, exposes Tony Laurinaitis, is what makes Choice Cabinet special. So special, in fact,...

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The Incorvaia Team at Keller Williams Realty explains why a seller’s market doesn’t mean your home will move instantly

Preparation matters. Prematurely listing your home for sale is kind of like starting the football season without having played your starters together in the preseason. Even when conditions look ideal on paper, lack of preparation can yield disappointing results, cautions Michael Incorvaia Jr., of the Incorvaia Team at Keller Williams...

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With extraordinary savings during Building 9’s Schrock cabinet event, the time to get Schrocked is right now

Few things make holiday entertaining more satisfying than being able to show off a spectacular new kitchen. Although it’s nearly autumn, there is still some time to upgrade from your dated, humdrum cabinetry before friends and family start to show up for eggnog and cheese balls. They may be Schrocked by the improvement, and Building 9 can...

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A fresh layer of mulch applied now by Southwest Landscape Management can help to refresh your plant beds and give you a head start for next year

There is still a lot of summer left. That’s why Steve Rak thinks you should continue to enjoy your beautiful yard as much as you did in May and June. “It’s never too late to spruce things up a little,” insists Steve, owner of Southwest Landscape Management. “Trimming down overgrown plants and shrubs, pulling out some weeds...

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