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Find out how your home-grown herbs can be used to keep the bugs away, flavor meals and more

Depending on whom you’re talking to, the best thing about herbs may be their air-sweetening fragrance, the flavors they add to food, the colorful accents they contribute to a landscape or garden, or their medicinal and healing qualities. “Herbs are fun to grow and fun to use,” says Marcia Hawkins, co-owner of Uncle John’s Home & Garden,...

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The new Harvest Saloon in Strongsville promises to bring back our love of all things country

Strongsville always was “out in the country” for people growing up a few exits north on I-71. After a few decades of dynamic development, country has returned to Strongsville. Country music, at least. “We are geared toward country,” says Mike Keho, owner of Harvest Saloon, reinforced by the sounds of Nashville twang filling the room...

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Can I deduct my mileage?

Many business owners and employees use their personal vehicles for business, or may have company-owned vehicles they sometimes drive for personal use. In any case, thorough record keeping will help you to maximize the tax deduction you’re entitled to, says Gary Cerasi, CPA, owner of Creative Business Strategies. He discusses the issue...

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You supply the guests and let Niko’s Bar & Gyros create the party!

Niko Moulagianis calls it the “sports bar on wheels.” “When you get our food and beverage packages for your party, you don’t have to do a thing,” promises the owner of Niko’s Bar & Gyros, in North Royalton. “We bring our fully equipped catering truck to your home and let the party begin. It couldn’t be easier.” The...

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Keeping the water out of your basement

The Old Farmer’s Almanac lists Cleveland among the eight worst winter cities in the U.S., and Northeast Ohio is on track for one of its wettest spring seasons ever. For many of us, that’s bad news. But it can be even worse. Because all that snow has to go somewhere when it melts, and some of it could end up in your basement. “There is...

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