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 held on select Saturdays at the Maumee Branch Library, select Thursdays at the King Road Branch, and Thursdays November 1 through December 27 at the Sylvania Branch library. For more information, call 419-259-5200 or visit toledolibrary.org.
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Connections That Count Toledo Vietnam veterans reach out to help fellow soldiers By Jeff McGinnis A native of East Toledo, Bob Stewart served for six months in Southeast Asia before being shot by the enemy in the Cambodian jungle, resulting in a number of injuries, including wounds to his chest, back, arm and thigh. After
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