Thousands of homes and businesses are still without power in northeast Ohio following this week's storm. Dozens of residents are staying in Red Cross shelters, and many schools were closed for a third day.
The McQuinns are an elderly couple who have lived in their $179,000 home since purchasing it in 2005, financing $143,000 of the purchase price. Unfortunately the “perfect storm” developed which made it impossible for them to keep up with their $1,300 per month payments.
You've seen them on the grocery store shelves and perhaps even read about the benefits of plant-based milks in health magazines. Are you ready to give them a try? Here is a break down to help you chose a healthy dairy alternative.
Any time a business can remain open for more than 80 years, it might come down to good business sense, a little luck or just plain good people running the show. The latter, and probably a little of the other two, is the case with the Maples Motel on Cleveland Road.