The Press Newspaper
On March 30 and 31, local community leaders welcomed 16 professionals from Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, visiting through the U.S. Department of State Professional Fellows Program.
The Great Lakes Consortium for International Training and Development of Toledo organized the delegation’s 42-day fellowship to the U.S. entitled, “Citizen Legislative Advocacy in Minority Communities.” The purpose of the trip was to share information about the U.S. government, citizen participation and community organizing.
Woodmore board interviewing candidates
Board members plan to meet in executive session to interview candidates for a vacancy on the board created when Chad Bringman, who stepped down from the board due to time constraints with his position as director of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwestern Ohio.
OK, it may be a taboo subject for some, but many women have a secret they rarely tell anyone about.
They leak. They leak when they laugh, they leak when they cough, and, sometimes, well, you know.
For Teresa Sawyer, of Curtice, being diagnosed with Stress Urinary Incontinence was a huge hassle. SUI, according to the Mayo Clinic, is the unintentional loss of urine. Stress incontinence is prompted by a physical movement or activity, like coughing, sneezing or heavy lifting that puts pressure (stress) on the bladder.
Area motorists will have a chance to test their driving skills while distracted Friday April 6 at the Oregon Municipal Complex.
An investigation into the March 26 fire that heavily damaged a Hanley Road home in Lake Township hasn’t determined the cause of the blaze, said Mark Hummer, township police chief.
The chief said township personnel and the Ohio Fire Marshal’s office conducted the investigation of the home at 3890 Hanley Road.
No results found.