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A financial lesson

One of the hardest responsibilities to conquer is living within a budget, but the Community Credit Counseling Specialists want to help by providing  free personal assistance classes and counseling to community members. The classes aim to benefit the entire family, and focus on the parents becoming more informed about budgeting, credit issues and debt and

One stop fun

Parents will now have one-stop shopping for children’s entertainment and infant needs with the nationwide consolidation between Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us. Both brands will continue to feature full size stores, with existing stores developing a side-by-side format, as well as combined superstores opening across the nation. A grand opening at the store

Move it, move it

One, two, three, step. One, two, three, step. For those out there with two left feet and in need of a little instruction before a wedding or party, The Dance Factory in Perrysburg offers recreational dance classes for students of every age. Formerly JJ’s Dance Factory for 28 years, The Dance Factory reopened in August

A partnership with vision

On August 1, Reed Vision, one of the largest eye care providers in the Northwest Ohio/Southeast Michigan area, officially partnered with Mercy Heath Partners to become Reed Vision by Mercy. While Reed will retain the same great service and retail outlets that patients have come to rely on, the recent merger with Mercy will open

under one roof

Maumee Valley Country Day School remains the only pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade college preparatory school in our region.  Originating in 1884 as the premiere all girl’s school in the Old West End, the school has grown to accommodate a diverse group of students, faculty and staff, which has led to its renovation and expansion. A

Bowling Green gets the gold

For Bowling Green Middle School students a new school and performing arts center is a treat. The new facility is 140,000 square feet and includes a gymnasium equipped to accommodate 626 and has four locker rooms. Along with the new gymnasium, the middle and high schools are now connected by the performing arts center that