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Genoa man indicted for grand theft
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Friday, 25 September 2009 10:53

An arraignment hearing is scheduled for Sept. 29 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court for a Genoa man charged with forgery and theft of funds from the WPOS-FM Christian radio station in Holland, O.

Richard Waldron has been charged with five counts of forgery, a fifth degree felony, and one count of grand theft, a fourth degree felony.

He had been employed as general manager and an announcer at WPOS before recently leaving the station.

Jack L Karsten, Jr., Delta, was charged with two counts of tampering with evidence, a third degree felony, and one count of tampering with records, a first degree misdemeanor.

He had been employed as an accountant at the station.

 
Lake graduate has wealth of historical information
Written by Mark Griffin   
Thursday, 24 September 2009 15:47

Craig Lammers has always been interested in history and baseball.

"I just combined the two," he said.

Lammers, 51, a 1976 graduate of Lake High School, has written biographies on several 19th and 20th Century baseball players, including Jim Hughey, the last major league pitcher to lose 30 games in a season, in 1899.

"He pitched for the Cleveland Spiders," Lammers said.

BCSN broadcaster Greg Franke, who has known Lammers for nearly 30 years, said, "If there is a better baseball researcher anywhere in this country than him, you'd have to show me. He is one of the great authorities on baseball research and history anywhere in this country. That's not an exaggeration. I think people ought to know about him."

 
Soul food restaurant finds home in East Toledo culture
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Thursday, 24 September 2009 15:38

Ethnic restaurants are a part of our present-day culture.

We are all familiar with restaurants that specialize in Hungarian, Chinese, Greek, Mexican, and food from other cultures. There’s one ethnic food that has African roots, but it’s become associated with African-American culture today.

Soul food, which became a part of America’s pop culture in the 1960s, has come a long ways from its roots in Africa. But a new business owner is introducing soul food to East Toledo.

Six months ago, J.R. McCardell and his family opened Serenity Family Soul Food Restaurant at the former location of O’Malley’s Pub at the corner of Woodville Road and East Broadway.

“Our food is good down to your soul...,” is the restaurant’s motto, and McCardell stands behind that.

 
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