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Fireside Feasting

The cold is on its way. Luckily, many restaurants around the area have a wonderful way to weather the winter: great food by a warming fireplace. If you’re in the mood to relax by a radiant hearth, here are the places to go. Mancy’s Steakhouse 953 Phillips Ave. 419-476-4154 Monday-Thursday 11am-2pm and 4:30-9pm Friday 11am-2pm and 4:30-9:30pm Saturday 4-9:30pm mancys.com/steakhouse

Active & Outdoor Date Night Ideas

As if dating weren’t difficult enough, the COVID-19 pandemic presents a slew of unanticipated issues when you’re ready to take your special someone out for a night on the town. Bars are breeding grounds for germs (and there’s no faster way to end a relationship than infecting your date with coronavius!), restaurants continue to close

Four Toledo City Council members accused of accepting bribes

Earlier today, the FBI took several Toledo City Council members into custody. Tyrone Riley, Yvonne Harper, Larry Sykes, and Gary Johnson have been accused of accepting cash in exchange for votes, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court on Tuesday, June 30.  The criminal case appears to have begun in March 2018, and

Saturday night in Toledo, Ohio: Power and responsibility

To protect and to serve. Five short, simple words on every  Toledo police car that describe a lofty aspiration.  To protect Toledoans.  And to serve us. And in that short phrase lies the weight of responsibility expected of those carefully selected and trained to  serve in the Toledo Police Department. We are told that police

Bike Trails Created Through Careful Planning

Did you ever want to know where bike trails come from? Here’s the nitty-gritty.  Wabash Cannonball Trail The Wabash Cannonball Trail is a rails-to-trails corridor that was acquired in 1994 by the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG). TMACOG acted as the coordinating partner between the entities that would own the trail. The trail