Lucas County made an incredible showing at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Awards this year, with four recipients honored for their achievements in social justice. State Rep. Michael Sheehy (D-Oregon) congratulated the winners, two of which are from the 46th district he represents, saying, “I extend hearty congratulations and deep gratitude to my neighbors, and I look forward to working with them to build bridges between all Ohioans.” The winners included The Toledo Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club (Cultural Awareness Award), Pastor Michael E. Carter (Governor’s Humanitarian Award), Groomed for Greatness, and the Lucas County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board.
In honor of Father’s Day, M Living tracked down three local grandfathers who offer their wisdom, energy and love in one of the most joy-filled roles of their lives. Gary Scalden Dumpster diving added to Papaw’s talents Ethan Laeng, 13, has always known his Papaw was cool. He built a fort for Ethan in his
sponsored content Whitehouse Meadows, a new, in-town subdivision, offers affordable country living. Located only a half mile from downtown Whitehouse, the subdivision includes private access to the Wabash Cannonball Hike & Bike Trail, where residents can enjoy a quick walk to town for dinner, ice cream, morning coffee and more. Residents can choose to live
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Day trips — cures for a small case of wanderlust Though there are many outdoor activities to enjoy in The Glass City, nothing says summer like a road trip. We came up with a list of places that you could explore without having to plan for an overnight stay. Whether you are a beach bum,