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Imagine you were in Times Square on New Year’s Eve 2019, and when the ball dropped it hit you on the head and sent you into a coma.You wake up 10 months later.Dazed and confused, you wander out of … more
Retirement often brings bittersweet emotions, not just for the retiree but also for the faithful co-workers, longtime company friends and confidants who are left in the shadows of a legacy. Last … more
September has long been identified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as the month to remind everyone of the extreme value of proper emergency preparedness at all levels of government and … more
Last weekend I stumbled onto the Fried Pickle Festival at Greenway Park. It was good to see activities happening again after such a long period of quarantine due to COVID-19. With all that was … more
When a humble U.S. Army veteran passed away less than five days from the dedication of his new mortgage-free home in the tornado-ravaged East Cleveland community, it came as a bittersweet … more
“Men go shopping just as men go fishing or hunting, to see how large a fish may be caught with the smallest hook.”— Henry Ward BeecherAmerican clergyman,speaker, … more
Back in the day, some people wore T-shirts that said, “Have a nice day before some ‘such-and-such’ messes it up.”I had one of these such-and-such experiences a couple of days ago.I was … more
A recent news story recognizing a handful of small community grants made possible by the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club came as a reminder of the continued importance — and relevance — of civic … more
My husband, Peter, is fascinated by hummingbirds.  This year has been a difficult year for hummingbird watching as there has been a lot of competition at the feeder. First, the ants wouldn’t … more
Our county, region and entire nation have undergone a tremendous amount of change in the past six months. The changes that have been experienced by all of us are continuing to reach new levels of … more
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