For many Toledoans, public transportation is a necessity. According to a 2015 transportation survey conducted by The Ability Center of Greater Toledo, 19.1% of respondents reported using services from the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) regularly. According to survey respondents, most trips are for medical appointments, shopping and work, with the core demographic including
The artistic director of the Ballet Theatre of Toledo is one of eight to be honored at the upcoming 2020 Governor’s Awards for the Arts in Ohio.
For the fourth consecutive year, financial services firm Savage and Associates has been recognized as one of the area’s best workplaces, as measured by a survey conducted by the Toledo Blade.
An gra from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development will bolster Toledo entities that provide housing and
assistance to the homeless.
To obtain a Compliant Driver License ID, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will require you to present proof of a Name Change (if the current legal name you use is different than the name listed on your Birth Certificate), Passport, or documents issued by the US DHS (Department of Homeland Security).
Toledo Public Utilities has dedicated $500,000 a year to assist low-income customers with utility bills.
For those in need of dental care, who have been avoiding making an appointment due to lack of insurance or Medicaid coverage, the Halim Clinic in Holland offers a solution.
TARTA recently announced a partnership with Commute with Enterprise to give workers at participating Toledo businesses a new transportation option— the Toledo vanpool.
Head to Club 300’s Sunday Jam Sessions for the sounds of blues/rock/pop/everything group Katch Band.
A recent study by the Greater Ohio Policy Center found that
NeighborWorks Toledo Region contributed more than $43 million to the area’s economy between 2014 and 2018.
Calling all wine lovers— the Glass City Wine Festival returns to the SeaGate Convention Centre for a full day of wine tastings, gourmet food and entertainment.
A.A. Boos and Sons, one of the most trusted names among Toledo contractors for over 70 years, was recently recognized at the 2019 Build Ohio Awards Ceremony for their work renovating the Toledo Zoo’s Museum of Natural History.
Put on your hiking boots and enjoy walking through the winter air as Metroparks presents Wintering the Towpath on Saturday, February 22.
Got something that needs to be fixed like jewelry, bicycles, small appliances or even clothing? Don’t know how to take care of it yourself? Bring the item into one of the Toledo Repair Cafe’s events!