The Press Newspaper
A veterinarian practice in Lake Township is set to expand to a new location after the township trustees Tuesday gave their approval to a zoning change for property the practice will be moving to.
The trustees unanimously approved an application from East Suburban Animal Clinic to rezone about 3 acres from an R-2 residential classification to a B-1 neighborhood business classification. The parcel is located at the southwest corner of Woodville and Pemberville roads.
Oregon council on Monday approved a $70,000 contribution to the Oregon on the Bay Regional Economic Development Foundation.
The city has contributed to the Foundation for the last several years.
The city used to match the amount that was raised by the Foundation, which gets its funding mostly from membership dues and fundraising, but no longer does so, according to Mayor Mike Seferian.
Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins is bringing his T-Town Initiative Project to East Toledo neighborhoods.
“We are going to be changing something that is long overdue, and that is how we address blight in the neighborhoods,” Collins told 150 residents and community leaders at a town hall meeting hosted by the East Toledo Family Center.
East Toledo is the second community to begin the T-Town initiative, following only Point Place.
Often, the word "boxing" conjures up a whole barrage of imagery — some of it not so good for some people.
Then there's International Boxing Club founder and executive director Harry Cummins, who has started another new community program. This time, the IBC is helping people living and coping with Parkinson’s disease.
Currently, there are 11 Parkinson's students enrolled in their "Knock-Out Parkinson's" class.
Ottawa County-Sheriff thanks volunteers for work on truck
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