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Should schools drug test students?

Should Schools Drug Test Students? Local communities and School Boards all over Ohio are confronted with the issue of drug use among its students. The U.S. Office of Adolescent Health published a report claiming that 43 percent of Ohio high school students have used marijuana one or more times during their lifetime. (View the report at […]

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2013 Year-End Tax Tips

The deadline to file your 2013 tax return is not until April 15, 2014, but the last opportunity to reduce your tax burden will end at midnight on December 31, 2013. Every family’s financial situation and tax position is different. Therefore, we recommend that you consult with a tax professional before implementing any tax reduction […]

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Ultimate Thanksgiving Menu Guide

Every Cleveland mom knows that Thanksgiving can be a fabulous (or horrible) culinary experience. We have put together this Thanksgiving menu and recipe guide to help you create your own amazing Thanksgiving dinner. Our recipes are not trying to reinvent any family traditions. (You do not want to be known as the one who ditched […]

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Top Five Things To Do This Fall

          #1  Visit HalloWeekends at Cedar Point.  September 13 through October 27 During daylight, families can enjoy parades, costume contests, plenty of treats and tamer tricks. By night, the park falls under a more ominous shadow as more than 300 creepy characters are unleashed throughout the peninsula. Ten spine-tingling walk-through attractions, […]

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Cleveland Haunted Houses

Are you looking for the biggest, best and scariest haunted houses in and around Cleveland? Every haunted attraction from haunted houses, haunted attractions, hayrides, corn mazes, Scream parks, to everything between can be found on below. Please review each location carefully as not every haunted house is appropriate for all ages. We recommend HalloWeekends at Cedar […]

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Halloween Safety Tips

As Halloween approaches, it is important to prepare and plan ahead to make this holiday a safe one.     Only buy costumes that are made from flame resistant material. Don’t assume that the materials are flame-resistant: the label should say “flame-retardant. Choose a costume that can easily be seen at night. You may need […]

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Fitbit Flex Review

Peter Drucker once said, “What gets measured, gets managed.” Using a small wearable pedometer to track your steps is the best way to manage your fitness level. The three major players in this market are the Nike Fuelband, Fitbit Force, UP by Jawbone, and Fitbit Flex. I went with the Fitbit Flex because of the size and great […]

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