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Lamphear's is paving the way

A spectacular front yard is not only something to enjoy, but also something to be proud of. “The beauty and quality of your landscaping is going to be one of the first things people notice when they drive by your home,” insists Kory Lamphear, owner of Lamphear’s Lawn Service. “That’s why so many people are very particular about the...

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21 green acres at Uncle John's Plant Farm

Amateur investors seeking success may try to mimic Warren Buffet’s trading strategy. Budding young pitchers might scrutinize and incorporate Corey Kluber’s intricate mechanics. And home gardeners who want to grow vibrant, healthy flowers and vegetables may do well to imitate what many successful professional garden centers in four states...

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Affordable luxury senior living

David Woodrum is well acquainted with the desires of senior living. “My mom is in her 60s and wants to move out of her split level,” confides the district manager of Clover Management, which operates a group of local apartment communities exclusively for the 55-and-over crowd. “But she still wants to entertain family and friends and...

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Hands-on your health

Occupational therapists help people who suffer from painful chronic conditions, or who have recently undergone surgery, to return to participating in their normal everyday activities. “We help people get back to their lives,” summarizes Nancy Nebenzahl, licensed occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, while celebrating National...

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The joy of rhubarb

Tantalizingly tart rhubarb pie, many people insist, is one of the tasty treats of summer. However, opines Marcia Hawkins, co-owner of Uncle John’s Home and Garden, in Olmsted Falls, there’s a lot more to rhubarb than meets the pie. “Rhubarb is such a versatile and underused vegetable,” Marcia says. “It can be utilized in so many...

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