The City of Toledo will place 326 employees on temporary emergency leave, Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz recently announced.
Point and Shoreland Journal
The Toledo Symphony and Toledo Ballet announced recently that all performances and events for the remainder of the 2019-20 season, through June 6, 2020, will be canceled due to Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s stay-at-home order effective through May 1, and continuing social distancing recommendations. Ticket holders may contact the box office at box firstname.lastname@example.org to donate the value of their tickets to the organization or request a refund.
On April 3, 2020, Kenneth James Reau passed away peacefully, in his sleep. Ken was born on September, 24, 1931, to Roy Reau and Rhoda (Miller) Reau, at Toledo Hospital. Ken grew up on the family farm in Erie, Michigan. Born during the depression, Ken went to work early, helping around the farm with chores and farm work. Ken attended a one room schoolhouse in Erie, Michigan, and later graduated from Monroe High School. Finally, Ken received a technical degree from DeVry Technical Institute in electronic instrumentation and control.
A sure sign of spring is the appearance of Handsome Prints on Summit Street.
The deadline is approaching at the end of this month for Point Place and Washington Township voters to cast their ballots by mail in the primary election.