The Minority Business Assistance
Center helps Latino start-ups
Kevin Milliken, La Prensa Correspondent
The Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC),
hosted by the University of Toledo, is helping to
make sure small Latino-owned contractors, suppliers, and
other businesses share in the city’s economic recovery. MBAC
is providing advice, counsel, and access to programs as
Toledo sees a rebirth of sorts.
Clinton TV ad hits Trump hard; he
promises an all-out effort
By JOSH LEDERMAN
and CATHERINE LUCEY, Associated Press
CLEVELAND, Oct. 22, 2016 (AP): While Hillary Clinton
unveiled an emotional television ad featuring the parents of
a slain Muslim American Army captain, Donald Trump
assured supporters he would have no regrets if he loses the
presidential election because he was going all out in the
final weeks of the campaign.
TPS seeks Community Input on creation of new discipline code
Oct. 24, 2016: Toledo Public Schools (TPS) has
started the first of several Community Conversations that
seek input from parents, students and community members
about the creation of a new district-wide
Just turn on the TV and you’ll find many DIY
home improvement shows that can help you come up with great
ideas. An herb garden, a new kitchen or an awesome game room
is just an hour or two away! Well, it may take a little
longer, but you can do these enhancements yourself for a
fraction of the cost it would take to hire a contractor.
Tasha Jacobs, Mortgage Lender at First Federal Bank, has
a few tips for making impactful improvements on your home.
Magda Gómez and Maureen Dee recognized
for ‘Community Service’
Lifetime of work leads to achievement award
from Case Western Reserve University
CLEVELAND: Magda Gómez learned the
importance of community service at the feet of her father
while growing up in Cleveland. Those early lessons formed
the foundation for a career helping others.