Northwest Ohio’s first LGBTQ+ and allied youth community center opens

Harvey House of Northwest Ohio, the first LGBTQ+ and allied youth community center in Northwest Ohio will soon open the first and only LGBTQ+ and allied youth community center in Northwest Ohio. A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house on Sunday, March 5 will celebrate the new, safe space for LGBTQ+ youth, aged 12-19 and

3rd annual women in leadership symposium

Bringing together diverse and successful women leaders to speak on gender equity and empowerment, the third annual Women in Leadership Symposium invites NW Ohio women to gain a unifying perspective. To continue the discussion of women’s issues in today’s society, the speakers will address relevant topics to educate, inspire and encourage women from all walks of life

Alliance Française de Toledo celebrates 50 years

J’aime faire la fête! Et tu? Did you understand that? If so, great. If not, no biggie. The only thing that matters is whether or not you like to party. If you do, join the Alliance Française de Toledo to celebrate its 50th Anniversary at a Mardi Gras Party. The dual celebration will include appetizers,

The Truth Behind the Bowling Green Massacre

Have you heard about the Bowling Green massacre? It’s kind of in the news. Long unnoticed by the nation, President Donald Trump’s top aide, Kellyanne Conway, finally broke through the chains of fake news and brought to light something near and dear to NW Ohioans. Conway mentioned “the Bowling Green massacre” during an interview with

Ohio Not Back in the Business of Executing Just Yet: U.S. District Court Magistrate Stays three executions

The day TCP’s January 25th — cover story “Back in Business: Ohio Prepares to Execute its First Inmate Since 2014”— dropped, a U.S. District Court issued an order staying three executions scheduled for 2017. The court order immediately stopped the State’s planned February 12 execution of Ohioans, Ronald Phillips, Raymond Tibbetts and Gary Otte after

Toledo to set Regional Water System for Clean Drinking Water?

The Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments Water Quality Council and the Regional Water Planning Committee are holding a special meeting concerning Ohio Regional Water Districts under Ohio Revised Code (ORC) §6119. From 1-3pm on Friday, February 3, a discussion will be held to determine the viability of a regional water system which will ensure


Partners for Clean Streams, an Ohio-based organization dedicated to improving our local waterways, has a year-round initiative, Reel In and Recycle.

Celebrate Black History Month with Angela Davis

The University of Toledo will begin Black History Month by inviting political activist, scholar, author and academic Angela Davis to cam- pus. Davis, a counterculture leader and advocate against the Prison Industrial Complex, will speak during a Black History Month Kick Off Luncheon. Hear the woman who reminds us of an important, and always timely,