5 Absolutely FREE Things to do in Cleveland this Summer

When summer hits Cleveland, most of us want to get outdoors and DO something. Thankfully, there is no shortage of options – and they don’t have to cost you a lot of money, either. We’ve picked out five upcoming events that are FREE to attend and will guarantee you a good time this summer. Whether you like food, music, the arts or just enjoying the Cleveland community, these are some sure things to mark on your calendar: Duck Tape Festival

Newbury, Ohio’s Cousin Cities of New England

Even if you’re intimately familiar with Ohio, you may not be familiar with Newbury, aka Newbury Center. This unincorporated community in Geauga County doesn’t get all the attention of Akron and Chagrin Falls and (of course) Cleveland, but it’s a lovely community all the same. Boasting 25 square miles of pastures, meadows, lakes and more, the town hosts great places to eat, thriving local businesses, and a growing industrial center. Basically, it’s a hidden gem of Ohio.

5 Absurd Auto Insurance Claims You’ll Never Believe Were Real

It stands to reason that when you’re filing an insurance claim, something out of the ordinary has happened. That’s what insurance is for, after all. To be there when life takes an unexpected turn for the worse. The following real, verified cases are more than just unexpected, however. They are downright absurd.  This Is Not Santa’s Coal Delaware’s Nicolas DiPuma thought he had a brilliant plan to commit insurance fraud: he’d toss buckets of burning coals into his

Chardon High School Memorial

CHARDON HIGH SCHOOL     IN LOVING MEMORY   “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success” – Henry Ford February 27, 2016 will mark the four year anniversary of the Chardon High School shooting. The tragedy has been remembered by a very loving community with a candle light vigil. People have come together to remember the three lives that were lost, the others who were hurt, and the pain it brought to a broken community,

Summer Lawn Care

After, April showers bring May Flowers, summer comes rolling in fast! Summer is one of the major maintenance seasons for lawns. Here are some tips to help you keep your grass healthy and beautiful during the long summer days ahead.   Mowing Your Lawn When mowing your lawn, try setting the blades as high as they can go. Raising your mower blades will give you a longer cut, which will keep your grass healthy during the summer temperatures. Taller grass will

Cyber Insurance

Is your business protected with cyber insurance? In this day and age, information is easier to obtain than ever. While the free flow of information can be good in some ways, it can also be harmful to your business, since information is often as valuable as products and services themselves. There are a number of ways that your information can be exposed to individuals outside of your company. Everything that you print, copy or fax is saved to a hard

8 Simple Steps to Buying a New Home

Buying a house requires a lot of time and effort, but these steps can help make the home buying process manageable and help you make the best decisions possible. Build up your Credit -Once you have decided that buying a home is the best decision for you and your family it is time to get started. Start improving your credit months before you purchase a home. Make sure there is nothing on your credit report and pay down your credit card

Car Seat Safety Tips

Vehicle crashes are one of the leading causes of death for children between 1 and 13 years old. The good news is using car seats correctly helps keep children safe when they are riding in a vehicle. Here are some Safety Tips when young children are riding in the vehicle with you!   Car Seats: There are different types of car seats for all ages. All children ages 12 and younger should ride in the back seat and all passengers in

Camping with Pets

Family camping trips are always a great get away for you and your loved ones, especially when your little furry companion gets to come along for the ride. Unfortunately, not all places allow pets and even some that do, have restrictions. Here are some things you should keep in mind when planning a trip for you and your furry friend. First things first, check to make sure that the campgrounds allow your pets!  Go Pet Friendly & Pet Friendly Travel

ATV Insurance

Buying an ATV or already owning one is your ticket to being outdoors. It’s a chance to have fun with family and friends. ATV‘s give you your freedom to explore.  There are many uses for an ATV such as using it to work around your property whether you are cutting down trees and need it to transport branches or cleaning out your flower beds and planting new flowers or grasses, or even if you want to take some friends out