All posts by Jeff McGinnis

Outdoor activities to enjoy in Toledo

It’s crucial for all of us to be mindful of safety as the world slowly begins to reopen, but we also ache to get out of the house. Luckily, the Toledo area offers a variety of enjoyable outdoor activities so you can combat cabin fever and COVID-19 at the same time. BIRD WATCHING Though the

Racial disparity and COVID-19 Local factors, seen across the country

A recent Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study found that COVID-19 hospitalizations and fatalities had a disproportionate impact on African-American and Latino populations. The April report revealed that in New York City, the hardest hit area of the country, the death rate for black people was 92.3 fatalities per 100,000 people and the

Ask the Financial Expert Retirement Q+A

What got you excited about financial services? Contrary to what most people think, I’ve never considered financial services to be about money. Our primary job is to allow our clients to forget about money and instead do the things they love on a daily basis. It’s the freedom from money that people desire, and I

Laura Zitzelberger: Decades of helping animals

Laura Zitzelberger recently stepped back from her role at Nature’s Nursery a bit. She’s been involved with Whitehouse, Ohio’s wildlife rehabilitation center since co-founding it in 1989 with her friend Deb Cooper. She’s worked as the Nursery’s Director of Operations since 2006. But now, Zitzelberger works remotely as she has a lung condition so must

A Safe Bet: Hollywood Casino Toledo Reopens

Toledo’s Hollywood Casino reopened Friday, June 19 at 6 am. An announcement from Justin Carter, Vice President and General Manager, explaining the re-opening notes that the capacity on the gaming floor will be limited to 50% coupled with the installation of floor decals and signage to enforce social distancing guidelines.Table gaming seating will be limited

Walk into 1920’s Ohio at Sauder Village

Visitors to Sauder Village will notice a few changes to Archbold’s “living history destination.” This summer marks the opening of 1920’s Main Street, the latest addition to the Village’s Walk Through Time project. Featuring recreations of a period bank, hardware store, livery and more, the new 1920’s street gives visitors the feel of walking through