Two controversial Toledo City charter amendments put to a vote Two much-discussed and hard-fought-for amendments to the Toledo City Charter will be put before voters as part of a special election on February 26. The initiatives on the ballot include efforts to Keep the Jail Downtown Toledo, which if passed would require that any new
Hart, one of Ohio’s largest independent marketing and advertising agencies, with more than a 50-year history, employs about 80 people, 60 based in Toledo and another 20 in Columbus.
The Wheeler Farms Butterfly House opens its doors for spring Containing over 1,000 butterflies and 100 different species that originate from North America, South America and Asia, the facility teaches guests about the life cycle and environmental impact of these insects. Since the lifespan of a butterfly is only two to three weeks, a new
Toledo Sister Cities International celebrates our city’s ethnic diversity with their eighth annual festival featuring a full day of music, dance and martial arts. Guests can nosh on ethnic foods, sip beer and wine, learn a little bit of a new language every half hour, learn about different cultures, shop from vendors offering ethnic crafts
Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, although it’s often an afterthought in the United States. Die hard fans are not lost though— they can be found at the Village Idiot early in the morning, ready for every minute of the game. During weekend mornings, the Maumee bar turns into the
Do you remember a time when all of your favorite video games were in an arcade? Think back to those days. You walked in the front door, pockets filled with chances to beat someone’s high score. Colorful 8-bit characters scrolled across the gaming screens of your past, and simple electronic melodies got stuck in your