Erin Holden

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Roland Richardson: A Growing Affection

When Roland Richardson retired from Toledo Edison in 2005 after 33 years with the company, he created a budget to see how comfortably he could live on his retirement funds. Arriving at...

From the family farm to community advocacy

The Toledo GROWs is an organization which facilitates the operation of 125 community gardens throughout the city.

Gerry Kowalski

Staying Present, Maintaining Balance

Take Control of Your Healthcare Journey: Hospice versus Palliative Care

Taking care of a loved one with a serious illness can be a confusing time that leads to a number of high-stakes questions. Do they require end-of-life care? Do healthcare plans provide...

Thanksgiving Day Roundup 2020: All the Good Eats, None of the Hassle

Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash We all know that cooking your own Thanksgiving dinner can be a bit stressful at times. Luckily, there are other options for both dine-in and pick-up if...

Quarantined and Disconnected: COVID-19’s effects on those with disabilities

Senior citizens and others with conditions that render them especially susceptible to COVID-19 aren’t just struggling because of the potential for contracting the virus — the isolation from months of lost social...

Living Life to the Fullest: Toledo Chief of Staff Katy Crosby shares her passions and goals

(l-r) Katie Crosby and her sisters Candi Johnson and MeChele Frierson Katy Crosby has been Toledo’s Chief of Staff for the last two and a half years, where she works with the departments...

Isolation in Quarantine: How COVID-19 affects those with disabilities

Senior citizens and people with conditions that leave them especially vulnerable during COVID-19 aren’t just struggling because of the potential illness— the isolation resulting from several months of not interacting with people...

Erin Holden