Jemal was confused. He didn
"Northwest Ohio gets venture fund; others looking here
Two venture funds from outside the region also are interested in setting up offices in Toledo, he added. He didn't identify them, but said one is from Indianapolis specializing in "agbiosciences" and the other could be from Cleveland, Columbus, Chicago, Ann Arbor, and Bloomington, Ind., he said."
The fledgling solar energy company founded by a University of Toledo professor received $7 million in venture capital this week.
The beady eyes of Britain's official Puritans are now focusing on wine-drinking.
Be sure to tune into The Nookular Option (WXUT radio, 88.3 FM, 6-8 AM) on Thursday, May 31st. Our special guest will be NY Times best selling author Greg Palast. Among the many topics we
Health leaders plan worldwide campaign to target alcohol abuse
Posted on : 2007-05-22 | Author : DPA
News Category : Health
Boy's mom demands total peanut ban
Waterbury Republican-American ^ | April 7, 2007 | Dave Collins (A.P.)
A 6-year-old's extreme allergy is pitting concerns about the boy's safety against the right of his schoolmates to enjoy an American classic -- a peanut butter sandwich.
Malt drink in little bottle allegedly aimed at teens
Waterbury Republican-American ^ | April 7, 2007 | A.P.
Anheuser-Busch's smallest product is raising big concerns among some who believe it entices minors.
Came across this today on the Google Web site. This may toss a wrench in Toledo's plan for city wifi. They are offering a tiered system: free for 8Mbps, $9.95 for 16Mbps, and 32Mbps for $24.95. Sounds cool!
The Blade has mentioned in articles on and off about events that happened in 1989 with little more than a sentence or two.
Now comes this;
I just wanted to share a dream with all of you. Ya know - let ya in on something really wonderful that's shaping up in our fair city!
Take a gander at this site http://groundz4change.blogspot.com/ and make sure you read the manifesto.
MMMMM........ain't nothing quite like the aroma of oppression ...enjoy the socialist state.