Toledo may be following in the footsteps of Dayton and Columbus by requiring masks in public.
Dayton now requires masks in public with an $85 dollar fine. Columbus requires masks for everyone over the age of six who doesn’t have a medical exemption. And most other major Ohio cities are considering following suit.
A TPS Football coach is asking the community to empower young men by teaching them a life skill. This weekend more than a dozen kids will learn how to fix brakes on the corner of Bancroft and Franklin.
The park will be operating at 50% capacity, mask use will be required for indoor attractions and encouraged outdoors, and no outside food or beverage will be permitted (with exceptions for required medical items and infant formula).
Freedom School is the legacy of the 1964 Freedom Schools in Mississippi.
Civil Rights activist formed the school to educate African American Children. Toledo's school re-opens this summer and will help students with literacy.
All the first responder top brass rolled up their sleeves to start a new wave of antibody testing through Mercy Health. Over 600 first responders in Lucas County have the option of free testing over the next six weeks.
A major development project is underway in the Cherry Street Corridor area of downtown Toledo. The Harmon development corporation is partnering with Mercy Health on a $12 million dollar residential and retail facility. It will include 80 apartments and retail spaces that can house restaurants, coffee shops, and other supportive service businesses.
The Toledo Chapter of the NAACP is standing in solidarity with people across the country in the fight for justice and equality for all people of color.
Leaders say the words " I can't breathe" is not just a statement by George Floyd. It is a sentiment of African Americans across this country who are tired of police brutality and injustice.