All posts by Mature Living

Call for Submissions: I Miss My Grandchildren

The coronavirus has affected everyone in a myriad of ways. We wonder how it has affected grandparent-grandchildren relationships. Virtual gatherings are better than nothing at all, but the warm hug of a grandparent/grandchild cannot be duplicated. And we wonder if the advice and guidance we share with our grandchildren are lost in virtual meetings. In

CARES Act, Foreclosures and Evictions: What You Need to Know

By William D. Fergus, Jr., Northwest Title of Family Companies, Inc. In response to COVID-19, Congress passed and President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (commonly known as the CARES Act). Among other measures, the CARES Act provides relief from foreclosure and eviction for eligible homeowners and renters.   Eligibility:

Prevent The COVID Crisis From Wiping Out The Primary Election

PRINT OUT A BALLOT APPLICATION, MAIL IT TO THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, COMPLETE YOUR BALLOT, MAIL IT TO THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS POSTMARKED BY APRIL 27.  You recall that Ohio’s Primary Election, scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, was called off at the 11th hour when the state’s Health Director issued an Order prohibiting the voting

Breathtaking, Bold Annuals

Brighten your day with versatile, easy-to-grow flowers By Lori Rose Annuals are plants that grow, flower, set seed and die all in one growing season. Here are some annuals that are versatile, easy-to-grow, and above all, breathtaking. When I hear the word annual, impatiens always spring to mind. My mother grows monstrous impatiens. Walking from

New deadline for the Real ID

You now have an extra year to get a Real ID driver’s license or identification card. The Department of Homeland Security extended the deadline to obtain a Compliant Driver License ID— which will allow U.S. air travels to board a domestic flight— is October 1, 2021. The new deadline was moved due to the coronavirus pandemic.