Just because the weather is getting cooler doesn’t mean we need to hunker down for winter just yet. There are plenty of fun fall activities just starting to kick off around the area. So get outside, enjoy the beauty of autumn, and explore some of the Toledo area! Toledo Fall Festival at Ottawa Park 2532
20 years strong, first-ever virtual event The Sisters of St. Frances have ministered communities for 104 years, starting with the education of Polish immigrants. Over the years, the Sisters have served the more challenged and are messengers of peace, embracing the poor and marginalized. Twenty years ago, the sisters began to raise funds via Galas.
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 right to vote without risking their personal health? Before Coronavirus, every in-person voter would arrive at their designated polling place at a
By Ryan Lippe, Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection Section Published as part of the Ohio State Bar Association’s Law You Can Use series. Scam artists are known to strike during crises, choosing to exploit others when people are distracted, fearful or otherwise vulnerable. The COVID-19 pandemic has been no exception. Scammers have been busy
By Jonathan L. Pollock, VP Compliance | Attorney at Law, Directions Credit Union A top priority for us at Directions Credit Union is the financial safety of our members. Unfortunately, we have recently seen an increase in fraud activity. Criminals are using the current Coronavirus Pandemic to make their fraud attempts more relevant in addition
By Paul Krupin Editor’s Note: Please make sure to follow all suggestions and rules issued by the CDC, the State of Ohio, and other governmental entities. Coronavirus concerns are on everyone’s mind. One of the most important questions that looms large is how we can help each other. How can we each make a difference?