It’s been almost 30 years since the death of her son, Ryan White, and Jeanne White-Ginder is still carrying on his fight against AIDS. The disease tragically took White’s life on April 8, 1990— one month before his high school graduation, nearly three months before Congress passed the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE)
Friday, 11.15 / TMA, CVA December 1st marks World AIDS Day 2019, and the Ann Wayson Locher Memorial Fund for HIV Care will honor lives lost and raise awareness with a handful of impactful, important events, including the exhibition of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt Exhibit Events at the Center for the Visual Arts
Talking with Diane Brunner, president of Davis College In early September, Midwest Recovery Center announced its purchase of the property from Davis College, the 161-year old Toledo college. Since that announcement, Diane Brunner, Davis College President, has been fighting to correct a misperception that Davis College has closed. On the contrary, Davis College is still
Do you dream of being a homeowner? Learn about your rights as a tenant, Ohio housing laws, the basics of buying your first home, and get answers to your housing questions during this free event hosted by La Prensa, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency and Toledo Public Schools, held in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
The medical marijuana control act was signed into law by then-Governor John Kasich in 2016, but the first Ohio dispensary didn’t open until March of this year. Fortunately, the public has been patient with the program’s delayed rollout because, as marijuana enthusiasts know, a slow burn leads to a longer-lasting and overall better experience. It’s