Mercy Health was recently recognized at the CHIME Fall CIO Forum in San Diego as Most Wired. The award tracks and promotes the use of technology in healthcare, using criteria such as patient engagement, value-based care, disaster recovery, and other methods to enhance the healthcare patient’s experience and well-being. In addition, Mercy Health’s St. Anne
The Toledo Community Foundation’s Stranahan Supporting Organization has awarded a grant of $40,000 to the Zepf Center to aid in their work with homeless youth who have left their parents or guardians. The funds will support the Center’s efforts with fundamentals like shelter, food, clothing, and hygiene items. The Zepf Center also helps develop plans
The Village Players present a romantic comedy, Dancing Lessons, about a young man, Ever, who has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Ever seeks instruction from Broadway dancer, Senga, who happens to be recovering from a serious injury that has affected her dancing career in significant ways. The heartwarming story unfolds as their relationship grows, making
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Bryan Hollingsworth has been part of the Toledo Police Department since 2001. Serving as Sergeant since 2013, he has been promoted in a ceremony attended by family, friends, and colleagues. Now he is the newly promoted Lieutenant Commander of the personnel section. toledopolice.com
Tchaikovsky’s beloved score comes to life on stage through beautiful choreography and enchanting scenes during Toledo Ballet’s The Nutcracker. This holiday tradition has kept folks coming to the theater for decades. The famous story follows Clara and her Nutcracker Prince and their magical journey in the Land of Sweets filled with toy soldiers, dancing snowflakes