We reopen this little corner of Toledo history with a popular topic: Toledo restaurants of the 1970s.
The lost story of how a Middleton Township woman lost her life in 1972 after endless nights of harassment.
I associate both good and bad memories with FM104, Toledo’s Best Rock (ugh).
Years after she retired, the columns of Mary Alice Powell are still worth a read.
Real estate mogul Allie Reuben found his fame nationally in horse racing as owner of the Toledo-based Hasty House Farm.
“Gus” Benjamin was a fixture at Woodward, and its sporting events, for four decades.
First there was Fort Miami Race Track, but very briefly, Maumee Downs was the place to see horse racing in Toledo.