At age 7, I wanted to know why Old Orchard was named Old Orchard. So I asked The Blade.
Jame Farr, Toledo’s reigning favorite son, was well covered by The Blade in his early years.
The Toledo tradition happens again, as it does every late August weekend every year, and you should go.
Obviously a diet of fires, disasters and big events gets tiresome, so on any typical day can something be found to talk about or to jog the memory? Yes.
Police found the exotic snake and spider gyrations of Zorita a little bit out-of-bounds in this 1941 case.
A kid growing up in the Toledo’s Old Orchard neighborhood – and probably a wider area – in the 60s and 70s could find no better place in the world than Kenwood Pharmacy.
Blade reporter John Grigsby had done just about everything at the paper in his 53-year career.