🌱 City Council declares gun violence emergency + clothing sale to be resolved | Popgen Tech
Welcome back, Toledo! Today I’m here in your inbox to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening around town. In today’s issue you will read about these and other stories:
- On Tuesday, the Toledo City Council unanimously declared gun violence a public health crisis.
- The Toledo Bar Association is collecting hats, scarves, mittens and gloves at its office at 311 N. Superior St. until the end of the year.
- The Toledo Humane Society is bracing for lower temperatures and an increase in cruelty to animals in distress.
But first, the weather today:
Light snow and rain. High: 38 Low: -1.
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Here are the top five stories in Toledo today:
- A travel ban on “loud” means of transport is valid for The Ohio Way from Friday at 6 a.m. to Sunday at 8 a.m. The full list of prohibited vehicles can be viewed online. (WTOL)
- The US mail Service is preparing for holiday deliveries in the face of an upcoming winter storm. Companies like KBS, FedEx and Amazon also prepare for last-minute holiday deliveries by keeping an eye on the weather. (WTOL)
- Public center of St expands its beds while the temperature is expected to drop below 25 degrees. It is usually a 35-bed facility, Saint Paul to double this potential thanks to grants through The only way, Lucas County Mental Health and Recovery Services Counciland City of Toledo. (WTOL)
- House a Todd Kershner on Dutch road Art Waterville decorated with more than 40,000 lights in accordance with a tradition that goes back generations. (WTOL)
- The YWCA of Northwest Ohio offers “Children’s talk, an app designed to help parents track their children’s developmental milestones. (WTOL)
Now you’re up to speed and ready to head out the door this Thursday. See you tomorrow morning for another update!
— Brad King
About Me: I have been a lifelong Northwest Ohio native and graduate of the University of Toledo (Go Rockets!). I’m old enough to remember when the Mud Hens still played in Maumee. The City of Glass has had an amazing revival, and I’m excited to share each update with you!
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