FAVORITES: School Subject: English Extracurricular Activity: Yearbook Hobbies: Reading, hanging out with friends, sleeping Car: Ford Focus Store: Vans Movie: Pitch Perfect Musical Artist: Imagine Dragons TV Show: Modern Family FAST
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Tony Torio is a passionate, affable, highly effective, student-centered teacher who encourages students to think critically and approach problem-solving from a variety of ways. Students love his energy and enthusiasm. Parents
Each week, The Blade’s Road Warrior highlights the major construction projects in Toledo and the surrounding area, noting where delays are worst and suggesting alternate routes. While major detours will start at two locations on northbound I-
Concert will feature return of church’s former choir director.
A baccalaureate service for high school seniors from Monroe and other surrounding schools will be held June 2 at 7 p.m. inside the Monroe High School auditorium. The service is being planned by several local churches to honor and inspire this
Pirolli Park and the Petersburg/Summerfield Lions Club are seeking sponsors for a charity car show on June 18. Sponsors can get their name on trophies for $75, T-shirts for $75, or both for $135. Monetary donations of $25 or more will be used to
The Rossford Junior High School athletic department is collecting for the annual spring clothing drive. Items can be dropped off at the old board of education building, next to the junior high at 651 Superior St. Easter Seals will have a trailer on
The Village of Whitehouse is hosting an annual Community Garage Sale Friday and Saturday. The village will provide a master list of participating addresses starting Tuesday. The annual Flower Market will be in downtown Whitehouse on Saturday too.
Maumee Schools is hosting an open house retirement reception for Superintendent Gregory Smith, who is retiring this summer. He has spent 21 years as superintendent. The reception will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the lobby of the Performing Arts