Tag Archives: The City

96.5 FM Gives Hispanic Community Something To Talk About

When Linda Parra moved to Toledo in 2000 and didn’t find a single Spanish station on the local radio, her mission to start one of her own was decided. “I thought, ‘Something has to happen here,’” Parra said. After launching a radio show in 2005 at the University of Toledo, she also founded Nuestra Gente

Toledo Metroparks Run With Vision

Five years into a bold 20 year plan, Toledo Metroparks is providing the community with greater access to the Parks System by creating more public parks, corridors, greenways, restored wetlands, and natural spaces.

Contribute To Capital Care Network of Toledo’s Story By Sharing Your Own

It’s been a long road since 2013 when a state budget bill introduced new abortion-related restrictions that required abortion clinics to have a patient-transfer agreement with a local hospital that was not a state-funded public institution. Impeding the right to choose At the time, Capital Care Network, Toledo’s last abortion clinic, had a transfer agreement

Unity in Toledo: The YWCA’s Unity March— Round Two

On Sunday, January 21, I Rise, Toledo and the YWCA will host Toledo’s second annual Unity March, beginning at the Toledo Loves Love wall at 1209 Adams St. east on Adams St and ending at Trinity Episcopal, at 316 Adams St. We’re in this together Lisa McDuffie, president, and CEO of the YWCA Northwest Ohio,

May your sweater be ugly and bright

As the weather gets colder, the sweaters get uglier. Whether tacky, ruffled, loud, gaudy, sequined, glittered or fringed, the general public has fallen in love with the obnoxious quality of these cozy gems so much that December 15 is now National Ugly Sweater Day. Prep wardrobe for the holiday during the Imagination Station’s Think Tank Ugly