The President of Lourdes University, Dr. William Bisset, and Sylvania School’s Superintendent Dr. Veronica Motley were the guest speakers at the meeting and addressed the current state of education in Sylvania. Continue reading SACIC focus is on education
SCOTT: It’s the most wonderful time of year… for planting grass. Whether a new lawn or the important over-seeding, it’s the most successful time to lay down some seed.
MIKE: U betcha!!! But it’s not time to “Lay down some seed!” It’s time to “SOW” seed! Lay down is what Scott does when he goes to bed. Continue reading Midwest Garden Guys
I’m a regular at the Lowe’s store on West Central Avenue and have gotten to know customer service specialist Helen Perkins, who has been at the store since it opened 21 years ago. She is always friendly, energetic, helpful—and I found out recently that she’s also 83! Continue reading MARK LUETKE LOOKING SIDEWAYS
Last year’s Northview and Southview volleyball team seniors introduce available puppies and dogs before the rival volleyball game, which they will do again this year on Oct. 5. This is part of the third annual Cats 4 Dogs, a fundraiser for the Lucas County Pit Crew. T Continue reading Cats 4 Dogs gets underway
“We really care about our people and their families,” noted Sherry Lake, RN. She has been taking care of residents at the Kingston Residence of Sylvania’s skilled nursing center for the past 18 years. “Most of the nursing, nursing assistant, and rehabilitation staff have also been here for a long time. We all get along very well and we make a great team,” she related. “This is a wonderful place to work.” Continue reading Relationships flourish at Kingston Residence of Sylvania
The Sylvania City Council approved an ordinace to accept the proposal of the SmithGroup of Ann Arbor, Mich. to update the city’s zoning code. According to city of Sylvania Economic Development Director, Bill Sanford, the SmithGroup was the design group that worked on the River Trail project.
City Council approved an ordinance to authorize Mayor Stough and Finance Director, Toby Schroyer, to enter into an agreement to share the city’s riot gear with the city of Toledo’s trained riot squad, who are in need of the equipment. As part of the agreement, TPD will hold two spots in their police academy for Sylvania new hires who have not had this training. Continue reading City Beat…
The Sylvania Township Trustees voted unanimously to approve a subdivision lighting project and two zoning changes following public hearings on each of the issues.
The trustees approved the petition from residents for streetlights in Waterside Sylvania. Continue reading Township Talk …
A unique shopping experience is what the Sofo family wants for its customers. “Sofo’s Italian Market is more than just a bakery and deli,” said Store Manager Tony Feudi. Located at 5400 Monroe St., shoppers will find a business committed to quality products and high-level customer service. “We specialize in imported goods, meats, and cheeses mainly from the Mediterranean – Italy, Greece and Spain. At our store, the customers come first, and we go the extra mile for them,” said Feudi. Continue reading Sofo Foods – bringing a taste of Italy to the area for over 80 years
Friday, September 15, 2023 1964 The Tribute -The #1 Beatles Show in the World ! returns to Centennial Terrace -Sylvania, Ohio Sylvania, Ohio 7:30pm (Gates open at 7:00pm) Special guest band Skoobie Snaks tickets 45.50 – ( 50.00 day of show if not sold out) all seats General Admission Continue reading
Where has summer gone? Technically there are still a few weeks left to enjoy, especially if you’re not headed back to school. For those of us who aren’t, it’s time to get serious. Serious about doing those things we wanted to over the season but didn’t. Now’s your last chance to run through a sprinkler, hop on your bike, catch fireflies and eat sweet corn – lots of sweet corn. Continue reading Summer may be almost over, but we’ve got sweet corn