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The Affordable Care Act’s Uncertain Future

“It’s probably not the greatest health insurance,” says Pat a 64-year-old home health aide from West Toledo, “when I had my cataract surgery it paid most of it, but there’s still $400 left on the bill that I have to pay.” Pat purchased insurance through the Ambetter Buckeye Health plan, via Healthcare.gov, the Obamacare marketplace


Health care is one of those industries everybody eventually needs, but how do you choose who is right for you? Certainly, most of the health care professionals working in the Glass City are great, but if you need a recommend, here are our: Top Docs. Wade Banker, M.D. Luxe Laser Vein and Body Center 1500 Holland

Predatory Payday-Loan Lending, Out of Hand in Ohio and Toledo?

Darlene*, a single Toledo mom of two children who used to work two jobs and now has a Master’s degree, should have been living the American Dream. Instead, she was weighed down by the negative impact of payday lending. Her story began with $500, the amount she initially borrowed to pay for necessities like repairing her

There’s No Place Like Home: Toledo Leads Community Awareness through Film

The sign says “For rent.” But if you know the drill, you know they won’t rent to you. And then you’re humiliated again— another rejection due to unfair treatment. Every day, Americans are discriminated against based on race, age, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation and family status. Renting or buying real estate becomes nearly impossible

Carving Artists in Toledo

By Angela Conley and Jordan Killam  David Picciuto The Vlog Virtuoso: Make Something In a world enamored with video technology and social media, David Picciuto capitalizes through his YouTube channel, Make Something, where David shares woodworking video tutorials and vlogs (video blogs) with an affable mix of humor and accessibility. Unlikely Beginnings His journey into

Former Mud Hen Billy Bean knocks bullying out of baseball

Minor league baseball is hard on fans— you root for your favorite players to succeed, but in doing so, you’re also wishing them on to greener pastures. Toledo, the most famous minor league city of them all, has been a stop for numerous players who’ve gone up to the big show that is Major League