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StoryPoint Waterville Opens Three-Story Independent Living

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Diane Peyton was unpacking boxes and arranging the furniture in her 700-square-foot, second-floor apartment in StoryPoint Waterville Senior Living when executive director Linda Johnson stopped in to bring her flowers. “It’s absolutely beautiful, and it’s brand new,” said Peyton, the first resident to move into the …

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Alice & Co. Hair And Nail Salon Opens In Uptown Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — It’s a busy Friday morning at Alice & Co. Salon. Three stylists are coloring, cutting and styling their clients’ hair while two nail technicians provide the perfect manicure and pedicure. Since opening in January, Alice & Co. has experienced a steady flow of clients. “It’s …

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Hoen’s Garden Center And Landscaping Help Gardens Flourish

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — For more than three decades, Hoen’s Garden Center and Landscaping has been connecting people with the thing they love most – gardening. “Our mission statement says that we foster knowledge and ignite passion in gardeners of all ages,” said Theresa Hoen, who with her husband …

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Sandman’s Quality Products Boost Backyard Projects

  BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — From backyard fire pits and paver walkways to luxurious lawns and outdoor kitchens, designers, landscapers and homeowners rely on Sandman’s quality products for successful projects of all sizes. Brothers Bobby Parker and Shaun Parker – president and vice president of the second-generation …

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Essence Studio Celebrates Mind-Body Health And Wellness

  BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Fitness expert Diana Spiess is passionate about maintaining an authentic, healthy lifestyle. Her desire to achieve optimal health while helping others do the same motivated her to open Essence, a unique studio dedicated to nurturing the mind, body and spirit. “I really …

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