In life, John “Jack” Kesling did everything he wanted. He served his country in the Navy, married his high school sweetheart, had three children, was a musician and television personality, met countless celebrities, and rounded out his
Trip raises $17,466 for charities.
Weekend events mark centennial of presidential library, museums.
Honor Flight Columbus organizing expedition for 80 to 85 veterans.
Focus, strength, discipline, and dedication are key for female athletes.
Martime Academy students first high schoolers to join group.
To Audrey Entenman, life — all of it — was a gift. “She learned that from her folks,” said her son, the Rev. Don Entenman. “You celebrate life; you live it to the fullest, and you give of yourself. You can’t give
Jeff Halper, an activist who lectures about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, will give two public presentations in northwest Ohio on Sunday and Monday. Mr. Halper, who has lived in Israel since 1973, is a co-founder of the Israeli Committee
University of Toledo hosts day for high school students.
For more than a month, Marc Richard has pedaled his way across the United States. The 56-year-old from Normandy, France, made his way to Toledo on Sunday, riding his red bicycle along the Maumee River downtown. Along the way, he met Benito Canales,