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Weight-loss and nutrition in America: How education can make a difference in a healthier you
Fighting the battle of the bulge seems to be an ongoing process for many men, women and children in America. According to the World Health Organization, nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweigh...
Jul 10, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 93 93 recommendations | email to a friend
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Peter and Susan Goodwin: Sharing a taste of paradise
Summer is a time when people look forward to enjoying the great outdoors and nature’s beauty in all its splendor. Where better homes and gardens is not just an expression but a way of life for thos...
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Living with a medical mystery: How one Cleveland family is coping with the unknown
Doctors paraded through her room to get a first-hand look at something they had never seen before — an 11-year-old girl with red dots of blood covering her body but no clear diagnosis to determine ...
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Larry D. Hawkins: Author releases ‘The Misadventures of Joe Bradley Mullins’
From insurance salesman to electronics engineer, including photography and real estate, Larry D. Hawkins’ work history doesn’t give a hint of what poured from his heart in his book, “The Misadventu...
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Keep America Beautiful: Local garden clubs celebrate National Garden Week
The Aldersgate Garden Club celebrated National Garden Week during the designated first week of June each year. National Garden Week is a time to acknowledge the importance of gardening and the cont...
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‘The Cartoon Buffet’ Humorous collection opens at In-Town Gallery in July
Whimsey and exaggeration will take center stage at In-Town Gallery for the month of July when artist-member Bradley Wilson presents “The Cartoon Buffet.” This collection of new work consists of pai...
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Three Cleveland teens to be presented at Teen Board event Aug. 3
Three young ladies from Cleveland have been invited to be presentees at the 53rd Annual Teen Board Presentation Dance: Monica Anne Allison, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allison; Allie Beth Cody...
Jun 26, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 98 98 recommendations | email to a friend
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Historic Gaut Street house gets new life
By BETTIE MARLOWE Banner Staff Writer ome say it was haunted. Others just saw a house that had sat empty for long time. (It was purportedly built in 1890.) But A.J. Tomlinson, the first general ove...
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Dancing Bear makes grand entrance
Engagement party features pieces of Captain Kangaroo memorabilia
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Brendel to sing at Britten Centennial
Dr. Ron Brendel, music faculty at Lee University and, with his wife, Chery, co-director of Music Ministries at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church in Cleveland, will be traveling to Nottingham,...
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