Diners Getting Hungry For Restaurant Week Toledo 2017

Those looking (and why wouldn’t one be?) to experience the Toledo dining scene’s most inventive and delicious fare would do their belly well to take part in Restaurant Week Toledo 2017, running February 27 through March 5. The seventh annual event, sponsored by St. Luke’s Hospital and Libbey, gives diners the opportunity to try special

Toledo Activist Opportunities: NW Ohio/SW Michigan March Watch

By Nicole Marie Green, Courtney Probert and Athena Cocoves   Angry? We get it. Now do something about it.  Activists in Toledo are busy. Join them.  Keep an eye on this list— we’re going to keep updating it. Ongoing   6-7:30pm. Every Tuesday Community Solidarity Response Network of Toledo Weekly Meeting Join a local group

Your Valentine’s Day guide for celebrating love #Inthe419

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner (in less than seven days to be exact)— don’t worry Toledo City Paper has your back! We’ve come up with a list of local ways to celebrate the holiday. So whether you’re someone who’s into the Hallmark holiday (and you want to feel the love), you’re flying solo,

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