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Q&A With Ann Sanford

By Pat Nowak Ann has been a financial advisor for 40 years, helping generations of families create, manage and transfer their wealth. A founding member of the ClearView Group at Morgan Stanley, Ann graduated from Smith College in 1975, magna cum laude earning Phi Beta Kappa honors.  She spent her…


Marco’s Pizza Veteran Recruitment Program

Noting the number of military veteran franchisees in its growing system of 700 stores, Marco’s Pizza formalized a veteran recruitment arm, hiring 20-year Army veteran Scott Quagliata to oversee the program. In the newly created role of Vice President of Veterans’ Program and Recruiting, Quagliata is tasked with attracting military…


Area Office on Aging Volunteer Wins Best in the State Award

The Area Office on Aging RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) volunteer, Gerry Tremblay received the Platinum Award recently at  Medical Mutual’s Outstanding Senior Volunteer Statewide Awards Luncheon, recognizing him as the top senior volunteer in the State. Gerry has dedicated more than 15 years and 3,600 hours to helping…


American Pie Council Announces Nation’s Top Amateur and Professional Pie Makers

How sweet it is for the amateur and professional winners of the 2016 American Pie Council National Pie Championships!  798 pies were entered by competitors who traveled to Orlando, not only for the opportunity to win cash prizes, but also for the camaraderie with other baking enthusiasts to win bragging rights…


Area Auto Dealers Stay Solid Through Generations

By Chris Watson After buying your home, buying a car is the most expensive transaction of your life. Unlike a home, cars are a repeat purchase. No other purchase in our day-to-day lives, not appliances, furniture, electronics, not even engagement and wedding rings, will have the repeated financial impact. Most…


The Ice Cream Season: Age is Not a Factor

by Pamela Crabtree Ummm Ummm Good! Rejoice as July is National Ice Cream Month and there’s nothing tastier on a hot, humid day than a double dip cone or a sundae loaded with whipped cream, nuts and a cherry. Unlike many situations in life, enjoying an ice cream treat doesn’t…


Overestating the Relationship Between Mental Illness and Violence

In any given year 1 of every 5 Americans suffers from some type of mental illness, often stigmatized because of it. One of the factors that contributes to the stigma is news coverage of stories relating mental illness to violence. In reality most violence is not caused by mental illness…


The Luxury of Dryness (Getting your Bladder to Behave)

by Karen Liberi MS, MPT, WCS What do sex, pee and poop all have in common? It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke. The reality is that when the common factor for all three of these important vital functions, pelvic floor muscles, don’t not work properly, the results are…


Rockwell’s, Fine Dining with Ambiance

By Don Radebaugh In 1859, the Oliver House opened as Toledo’s premier hotel. More than 150 years later, the Oliver House still offers some of the best dining experiences in northwest Ohio. The well-preserved architecture, overlooking the “Middlegrounds” in downtown Toledo, is home to four restaurants, including Rockwell’s. The food,…


Westmoreland Beauty

By Pat Nowak Photos by Rob Lorenzo Sitting majestically on a corner in Westmoreland, the brick beauty, built in 1939, is owned by Tim Valko and Jim Moore. Lovingly updated to reflect the owners’ good taste, the first floor is traditional; understated elegance with beautiful glass and art  piece adornments….