All posts by Athena Cocoves

Device Advice Offered at Toledo Libraries

Smartphones, tablets, laptops, apps and maps can be confusing. Don’t let the digital divide stop you from accessing information, free movies, audiobooks, and more, during the Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TLCPL) series of Device Advice programs. Held as part of the Library’s growing list of technology training programs, the Device Advice series will be

Polish Cultural Center Hosts Polish Hall of Fame Dinner

Join the Polish Cultural Center in celebrating admirable Poles during the first Polish Hall of Fame award dinner. Locals were nominated by the public and the inductees include Sr. Ann Francis Klimkowski and John Augustyniak in the category of faith, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Smigielski and The Walinski Family (Richard, Thaddeus, Nicholas, and Nicholas Jr.)

Murthy Gokula Opens Family Medicine and Geriatrics Connected

Patients commonly complain about the pace of healthcare— between hospital visits, appointments with specialists, and waiting rooms, the process of evaluation, diagnosis and treatment often seems slow. In recent years, telemedicine has allowed healthcare professionals to use telecommunications technology to share information, images, and more, remotely, improving care for patients in their homes, workplaces or

Pianist Lorie Line Performs in Toledo

Growing up in Reno, Nevada, Lorie Line began playing piano at age 5. Since then, the pianist and songstress has led a full life of performing live and sharing her passion with excited audiences. Despite an impressive discography and many awards, including Minnesota Music Hall of Fame (2015), Line has no plans to stop. Hear

Anita Plantz Named Outstanding Senior Volunteer

Ten years ago, Maumee resident Anita Plantz began volunteering at Helping Hands of St. Louis/Catholic Charities. Since then, she has contributed more than 8,000 hours to the organization, including time spent creating a clothing center that serves approximately 500 people per month. In addition, Plantz and her daughter run a shoe giveaway program during the