All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Tutors and Beyond Opens

A new business has just opened its doors in Temperance, Michigan to help students avoid the summer learning slump and to offer a little extra help when school is in session. Tutors and Beyond offers one-on-one and small group tutoring for basic K-12 curriculums, homework help and special tutoring tailored to the needs of any

Earth to Oven Bakery Reopens

Earth To Oven Bakery & Cafe has reopened, after briefly closing for renovations, with a now-expanded menu, which includes vegan and vegetarian items. A coffee bar featuring Flying Rhino coffees, a bread case, refrigerated pastry display cases, outdoor seating among other updates, have been added. A delivery service still in the works. 5758 Main St.,

Planet Fitness free for teens this summer

This summer, Plant Fitness, one of the largest and fastest-growing operators of fitness centers in the country, is opening its doors to teens for free. High school teens ages 15-18 are invited to work out for free until September 1 as part of the nationwide Teen Summer Challenge initiative. Free fitness classes for teenagers are

Local Schools Welcome New Leaders

There’s a new Head of School at Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School & Academy. Effective June 3, William J. Berry takes on the presidency role, becoming the 11th leader since the doors were opened at Cardinal Stritch in 1961. Mr. Berry is a strong Catholic, an active parishioner at St. Joes in Sylvania, and has

New test helps detect preeclampsia earlier

About one in 20 women develop preeclampsia during pregnancy, which can be life-threatening to both mom and baby. It’s difficult to diagnose though, because symptoms often mimic those of a normal pregnancy, such as swelling and headaches. Managing preeclampsia early is critical to keeping mom and baby safe. In a new study, researchers at The

Toledo Girl Scout Troop Gives Back to the Community

Next time your family is playing at Wildwood Preserve Metropark, be on the lookout for Ohio’s first sunscreen dispenser. The Epworth Community Girl Scout Troop 12168 decided to sponsor a sunscreen dispenser at the popular park as their 2019 community project, partnering with Anders Dermatology and Wildwood Metroparks. Dedicated in May, which is Melanoma Awareness