Despite the elimination of pregame and halftime performances, the Rocket Marching Band remains productive and creative this fall.
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Oliver Hazard band members (l-r) Mike Belazis, Griffin McCulloch and Devin East in the stands at Fifth Third Field, where they will play a concert on Thursday, September 24. Photo credit: Nick Corbin. The easygoing melodies of Waterville band Oliver Hazard will make history on Thursday, September 24 as the first band to perform
Moose, photograph by Jen Mahn. Photographer Jen Mahn loves meeting new people— and their pets. “I love building new relationships. I make friends out of the clients that I work with. And working with the pet photos is great because I meet these people, I learn their stories, I learn how they came about having
Tom Henkel (l) and Bill Kolhoff of Fusion 3. Photo credit: Kelli Miller Chef Bill Kolhoff has a reputation for turning heads. Recently, when his grilled leg of lamb upstaged the vows at a lakeside wedding party, he almost felt bad about it. Almost. Together with Toledo restaurateur Tom Henkel, a veteran caterer with a
A challenge for nature lovers and craftsmen alike is currently underway with Battle of the Birdhouses, a challenge where registered groups compete to create the most impressive birdhouse for a nonprofit auction! Nature’s Nursery Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation created this contest/auction as a fundraiser for their busiest year yet. As it is one of their
Have you been driving down a Toledo-area street and seen a cute sign in someone’s yard? Not hand-written, or even printed, but a delightful series of bold, professional looking letters on a post stuck into the ground with precision, announcing “HAPPY BIRTHDAY!” Or “CONGRATULATIONS!” Or maybe even “IT’S A BOY!” Jodi Aiken, along with her
The Lucas County Clerk of Courts announced that a new scam targeting residents has been identified. Citizens have received correspondence from the “Tax Processing Unit of the Lucas County Public Judgement Records” claiming nonpayment of taxes and demanding that recipients submit payment immediately. There is no Lucas County department by that name. In a press
All aboard for a tour of Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan treats and sweets! We’re not sure how Halloween will stand up to last year’s ghoulish gatherings, but put on your costume anyway and meet some cool people making things right. Boyd’s Retro Candy Store 945 Phillips Ave. boydsretrocandy.com Most Popular Candy: Frooties Some candies
UPDATE 9/16: Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Richard Frye ruled against the one-drop-box-per-county directive on September 15, stating that the limit was was “arbitrary and unreasonable.” Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s office announced he would appeal the ruling, and that as of right now the secretary’s directive remains in place ORIGINAL STORY: The question of
Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz and Toledo Chief of Police George Kral held a news conference to officially declare gun violence a public health crisis.
Ohioans are encouraged to vote by mail and polling places are changing protocols to ensure social distancing regulations. by Aubreyonna Van Hoose American citizens are concerned how voting will look and that their votes will be counted due to the influence of COVID-19 on the upcoming election. How can voters stay safe and enact their