All posts by Jeff Klima

New app lets you find a sitter fast

For parents looking for babysitters in the Toledo area, there’s a new app: Bambino is an on-demand babysitting app that uses referrals from people you trust. Families looking for a sitter fill out a profile with info about your children. Then browse through a list of local sitters in your area and search based on

New NW Ohio service delivers groceries to your door

Finding it tough to get out of the house to pick up groceries or other sundry items? Let the shopping come to you. Instacart, a new delivery service in NW Ohio, allows you to shop online at area stores and the service will pick them up and deliver them to you in about an hour.

Name revision for local school

The new school year brought a new name for Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School and Saint Kateri Catholic Academy. Officials unveiled the school’s name revision at the end of August: Cardinal Stritch Catholic Academy. School president Father Eric Schild said the decision for the revision was to be more efficient and effective while referencing the

Hires Dental Care hires two new associate dentists

Hires Dental Care, living up to its name, has expanded their service abilities with the hiring of two new associate dentists for its Sylvania Avenue practice (across from Franklin Park Mall). Dr. Mary Karina Dostie and Dr. Jaslynn Kalsi both received their advanced degrees from the University of Michigan— Kalsi, a Doctor of Dental Surgery,

The Things that Go Show at Levis Commons

Cars, trucks, construction vehicles, farm equipment — anything and everything that goes will be at Levis Commons on Saturday, October 7. Your littles can get up close and personal with all the vehicles they usually admire from a distance. Plus, the ProMedica helicopter will be landing during the event The Things that Go Show is

Saturday art workshops at the University of Toledo

The University of Toledo Department of Art is offering a variety of Saturday workshops for students ages 9 through high school. On October 28, participants can paint their own pirate treasure chest and design a puzzle piece map to go with it. The workshop runs from 9am – 1pm, costs $25 and all materials are