More than 200 Point Place/Shoreland residents packed the Friendship Park Community Center on January 27 to learn more about the proposed plans for the area through the H2Ohio program. State
Clean drinking water for all Ohioans should be a given, but harmful algal blooms continue to threaten the region’s greatest source of fresh water, Lake Erie. What is being done
Applications are now being accepted for several scholarships provided through the Point Place Business Association’s Scholarship Foundation. The foundation awards a limited number of scholarships to high school seniors who
Toledo’s 28,000 streetlights will soon begin the conversion to LEDs—a change that will save $580,000 annually on energy costs, according to the mayor’s office.
School districts throughout northwest Ohio, including Perrysburg, Springfield and Whitmer schools are forming a united front to voice their concerns over Ohio’s Ed-Choice voucher program.