Cappella: senior living that sings to the soul

January 30, 2018 0

As we grow older, we face the possibility of moving into an assisted living facility. For a lot of seniors, that move signals the beginning of the end. Sarah Winnefeld, executive director of Cappella Assisted Living & Memory Care, wants to dispel that myth once and for all. “Assisted living . . .

Showered with compliments: Tile Meister’s customers keep coming back

January 3, 2018 0

The front doors at Tile Meister are made of glass. After that, it’s all about looking at the thousands of tile samples. Or cultured marble, granite, stone, quartz or Tyvarian, a locally manufactured, groutless solid surface. “If you walk in here, you’re getting yourself into a project,” co-owner Randy DiDonato . . .

Martin Mortuary: celebrating lives well lived

October 4, 2017 0

Preparing for a funeral is not something that people like to think about. It’s a difficult task during an emotionally fraught time, and the right mortuary can make all the difference. There’s a reason that Martin Mortuary and Crematory, a Dignity Memorial provider, celebrated its 100th anniversary in June—the company . . .

Crossroads Fitness: a gym in good shape

August 29, 2017 0

For more than 30 years, Crossroads Fitness has offered locals a place to exercise and get fit. Besides programs for the young, the gym offers a lot for the young at heart. Crossroads offers more than 300 group exercise classes, including small group training for three to five members that . . .

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