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Windsor Laurelwood Center for Behavioral Medicine offers help and hope to anyone in need of mental health support or substance abuse treatment

During Governor Mike DeWine’s State of the State address in March, he put a spotlight on the growing mental health crisis in Ohio, calling for more community-based mental health services. Here in Lake County, there is a place of hope for those who are struggling. Over the past 123 years, Windsor Laurelwood Center for Behavioral Medicine...

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Here’s how MaxStrength Fitness became a life-changing fountain of youth for 73-year-old dynamo Valerie Ekey

If 50 is the new 30, then what is 70? Valerie Ekey will tell you it’s a vibrant venture of travel, boating, and chasing after two adorable grandchildren. In short, she’s having the time of her life. She credits much of this to the trainers at MaxStrength Fitness, where she’s been a devoted member since 2015. “I read about it...

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Ginny Calvey of Healthcare Help caters the coverage to her clients needs

When it comes to healthcare insurance options, Ginny Calvey, of Healthcare Help, is on a mission to help people get the maximum benefits for the lowest cost. “You don’t know to ask about what you don’t know,” says Ginny, who has been in the business since the 1990s. “My job is to research each client’s position and craft the best...

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The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate says the number of homes for sale is growing

Isn’t it hard to believe we’ve nearly sailed past the halfway point of 2022? Though this has been a tricky time for the real estate market, Mark and Denise Zervos, owners of Platinum Real Estate and team partners of The Neighborhood Experts and the Luxury Home Experts, report they are seeing silver linings when gazing into their crystal...

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Much like the post-war exuberance of days gone by, homeowners are embracing this post-pandemic period by updating their homes to include loads of style and luxury touches

It’s estimated that at least five million of the more than 20 million homes built in the United States between 1946 to 1966 had one thing in common: They were pink. From blush to bubblegum, rosy to rouge, fuchsia to flamingo, historians point to the many shades of pink as a celebration of post-war exuberance in mid-century design. It may...

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