A good idea and months of hard work brought thousands of dollars to St. Ursula Academy. A five-member team from the school’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics — or STEM — Club was named one of eight first-place
A large white board in Richard Stewart’s office at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control features dozens of write-on magnets with color-coded tasks, ideas, and goals aimed at improving the shelter’s operations. “We’re
While other fishermen were packing good-size walleye into their coolers at Side Cut Metropark in Maumee, about two dozen participants in the sixth annual fishing tournament Saturday between Maumee and Perrysburg didn’t have much luck.
Caring for 40 to 50 babies at a time is no small task, but staff and volunteers at Nature’s Nursery Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation Education aren’t fazed. The center’s busy season is only just beginning. The
After her wobbly, uncoordinated gait, the first thing people notice about Maisy Mae is how much she craves love. “All she wants is attention,” Cassandra Tefft, kennel supervisor at Paws and Whiskers Cat Shelter in South Toledo, said.
The world of radio-controlled racing isn’t just for planes, cars, and boats anymore. Drones have been drawing youth back into the R/C hobby. They are a new and very popular addition to the Toledo Show: R/C Model Expo, also known as the
The Toledo Zoo’s newest, knobbly kneed little addition actually isn’t so little. A female Masai giraffe born at the zoo Monday evening weighs 130 pounds and stands 5 feet, 7 inches tall. Her name is Kipenzi, which means beloved
Editor’s note: U.S. District Court in Toledo today confirmed an additional naturalized citizen who was not noted in the print version of this article. FINDLAY — For a recognizable Toledo man, gaining U.S. citizenship has been a long
Sylvia, one of more than a dozen huskies left abandoned in the woods near Adrian in early January, has come a long way from the emaciated, dirty, and fearful mess she used to be. “She’s doing great now,” Melissa Borden of The
Lucas County residents are in better health than last year, but still have a long way to go compared to other Ohio counties. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute released their annual county