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Check out a selection of the blogger contributions from community members, including businesses, hospitals and people just like you.
Our Patch bloggers wrote posts based on current events this week. See what topics they touched on in this roundup.
Did any of you celebrate the 1962 Sesquicentennial? Here's what you may have missed.
A local blogger writes that by telling all young people that they should go to college no matter what, we are actually doing some of them a disservice.
Blogger Laura Madsen explains how a trip to McDonald's forever changed the lives of several people. Do you think the discovery of Michelle, Gina and Amanda was fate?
From youth sports to adult leagues, and teams on their way to the playoffs to those reminiscent of the Bad News Bears, Patch wants to see athletes of all ages in action this spring!
In celebration of Mother's Day tomorrow, we've gathered up our three best mom bloggers here. Bonus: We even have last-minute gift ideas!
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Health blogger Katie Brind'Amour explains that lice's resistance to common anti-lice drugs is the most common reason treatment fails.
Volunteers in the News
The 3rd-annual West Side Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21 at All-Pro Freight Stadium in Avon.
Learn how you can help Rescue Me Ohio restore a rundown dog shelter and how the project started.
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