Dirk Broersma (pictured above) isn’t your average dog lover. He devotes nearly all his time to taking care of not just his dogs— a German Shepherd and SIX Affenpinschers— but also others, at his dog daycare, A Walk in the Park. Broersma started planning his business in 2015, and it officially opened in March of
To bead or not to bead? Whether you’re an expert jewelry-maker hunting for perfect beads, or simply a DIY novice seeking advice, local bead shops are stringing together a crafty opportunity. You’ve always been interested in learning how to make your own jewelry but don’t know where to start, or if you just love shopping
Unease and fear, always present among undocumented immigrant communities in the United States, has only been is bolstered since the presidential election’s “Build the Wall” rhetoric.
Fighting An Uncertain Future: Toledo Organizations Strive to Reassure Immigrant Community After Travel BanFebruary 28, 2017
“Are we going to be deported?” That was the emotional question asked by refugees at an information session at the University of Toledo on Feb. 18. The presentation, “Immigration Under President Trump,” was hosted by Welcome Toledo-Lucas County (Welcome TLC), US Together Toledo and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE). Attorneys from ABLE provided information