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  • Reasons to Embrace Cycling Now

    Reasons to Embrace Cycling Now0

    As warm temperatures return, many people renew their interest in spending time outdoors. Spring and summer are peak times of year to enjoy the great outdoors. A popular activity in spring, summer and fall, cycling benefits the mind and body in various ways. Mind One of the more common mental health benefits of exercise is

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  • TOO SMART TO START: An Anti-Drug Education Initiative Through Water Bottles1

    Barry Rake is a man on a mission. That mission is to educate young people to save them from the scourge and dangers of drug and opioid abuse. To do so, he has an initiated an educational program in which sport water bottles with the slogan “TOO SMART TO START” emblazoned on them, included is

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  • Hooray For Hollywood, With The Repasz Band!0

    Join The Repasz Band for a fun, jaunty, and exciting musical tribute to tinsel town! Venerable musical scores from a huge variety of films from a wide range of Hollywood history will be featured, live and in-person! Capturing the spirit of the evening will be an overture-like medley “Hooray For Hollywood,” arranged by Warren Baker.

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  • Turkey Options0

    It is said by many that, “The wild turkey is the greatest American game bird.” Certainly grouse and woodcock hunters, as well as those who prefer quail or waterfowl, might disagree. But, considering the fact that a huntable population of wild turkeys now exists in all 48 of the continental states and Hawaii, their numbers

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  • Prepare HVAC Systems for Warmer Days Ahead0

    The arrival of a new season can be an exciting time. Homeowners may have renewed vigor to start home renovation projects or even tackle some cleaning and organization tasks. Before the weather starts to warm up too much, homeowners may want to evaluate their home cooling needs and ensure that all equipment is in good

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  • Three Kitchen and Bath Trends for 2018

    Three Kitchen and Bath Trends for 20180

    When it’s time for a home remodel, specifically of a bathroom or kitchen, many homeowners turn to trendy looks as inspiration. Color, texture and material variance, like using different types of tile, lead the way in this year’s kitchen and bath trends. To help amplify the look and appeal of your space, consider these tips

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  • How to Read a Nursery Plant Tag0

    Shopping for new plants for a home can be an exciting undertaking. Nurseries and garden centers are often home to dozens of types of plant species that come in various colors, leaf variations and sizes. Such variety can make choosing plants more fun while also making the process of buying plants a bit complicated, especially

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  • How to Control Common Spring Pests

    How to Control Common Spring Pests0

    Just when winter thaws out and people are anxious to enjoy the blooming flowers and luscious lawns of spring, pesky pests can appear and impact comfort levels and safety. Many pests resume their levels of activity as spring draws closer and temperatures warm up. The presence of these insects and rodents may cause problems in

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  • Three Ways to Use Your Lawn to Improve Curb Appeal0

    Returns on home improvement projects vary. In its annual Cost vs. Value Report, Remodeling magazine notes the projects that yield the best returns on investment in a given year. But a host of factors, including the type of market (buyers’ or sellers’) and the region where the home is being sold, ultimately combine to determine

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  • Surviving a Home Renovation

    Surviving a Home Renovation0

    Homeowners invest large sums into improving their homes to make them more comfortable living spaces or to increase their odds of selling quickly. The Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University predicted U.S. spending on home renovations and repairs to peak at $327 billion in 2017. Whether one is

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  • 10 Reasons to Plant a Tree This Spring0

    Did you know planting a tree is one of the easiest and most powerful things you can do to have a positive impact on the environment? It’s true. Trees clean the air, prevent rainwater runoff, help you save energy and even combat global warming. And they’re a snap to plant! No horticultural degree required. With

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  • The Basics of Mulching

    The Basics of Mulching0

    Mulch is available in various forms. Like other land and garden products, mulch can go a long way toward helping plants thrive. Mulch comprises just about any material that is spread over the surface of soil. Its purpose is primarily to help soil retain moisture. In addition, mulch can staunch weed growth, keep soil cool,

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  • Home Security for the Do-it-Yourselfer

    Home Security for the Do-it-Yourselfer0

    Feeling secure at home is a priority for many people. Many people consider installing security systems in their homes to improve their sense of well-being. Whether one owns or rents, individuals may be surprised to learn that do-it-yourself security systems can be savvy investments. The right system can help people protect their belongings and their

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  • Go Green in Your Lawn and Garden This Spring

    Go Green in Your Lawn and Garden This Spring0

    Spring is a season of rejuvenation. As the cold days of winter drift away, spring blooms begin to sprout and grass regains its lush green look. Green is certainly a color that’s synonymous with spring. Gardening enthusiasts can find a way to make spring even more green by embracing several eco-friendly gardening practices as they

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  • Credit tips for buying an investment property

    Credit tips for buying an investment property0

    If you love the idea of being a landlord, and don’t mind being on duty around the clock, buying an investment property may be the wealth-building option for you. Property values have enjoyed a steady increase over the decades. That’s why real estate has earned its reputation as a sound investment that builds wealth and

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  • Minimize Dust While Renovating

    Minimize Dust While Renovating0

    Even though dust is ever-present both inside and outside of a home, when renovations are in full swing, dusty conditions are often exacerbated. Whether a home is new or old, numerous substances can be stirred up when removing walls, refinishing floors, removing tile, or expanding living spaces. These include silica from drywall, lead, asbestos, paint

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  • Spring Cleaning Can Alleviate Allergies

    Spring Cleaning Can Alleviate Allergies0

    Allergies affect people of all ages. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology reports that allergic rhinitis affects between 10 and 30 percent of the world’s population. In addition, the prevalence of allergic diseases has risen in industrialized nations for more than 50 years. Seasonal allergies tend to be the strongest in spring and

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  • Select the Right Fertilizer for Your Needs

    Select the Right Fertilizer for Your Needs0

    For plants to truly flourish, the right growing conditions and soil that offers the right nutrients is of paramount importance. Fertilizer enhances soil so that plants and flowers can thrive. However, fertilizer is not a one-size-fits-all mix. Choosing fertilizer can be a little overwhelming thanks to the variety of formulations available at neighborhood lawn and

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  • Reduce Injuries During DIY Projects0

    Accomplishing a do-it-yourself home repair or renovation can elicit feelings of pride. DIY projects can be cost-effective and completed on homeowners’ unique time schedules. Although people can do many repairs themselves, using the wrong tools or equipment, or having insufficient knowledge of the task at hand can increase the risk of injury. The home security

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  • Laundry Room Renovation Ideas

    Laundry Room Renovation Ideas0

    To former apartment dwellers or those who have never enjoyed the benefit of a dedicated laundry area, even the smallest washer and dryer space can seem like a luxury. The benefits of dedicated laundry rooms abound. However, disorganized laundry rooms can nullify such benefits. Depending on the needs and preferences of each homeowner, laundry room

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