🌱 Progress in the renovation of the Great Lakes + Vistula Hyperloop district


Hello, Toledo. I’m here in your inbox today to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. Here is…


First, today’s weather forecast:

Rather sunny and pleasant. High: 82 Low: 62.


Here are the top five stories from today in Toledo:

  1. The Great Lakes Hyper Loop took a step closer to reality according to the engineer Louis Lane with hyperloop transportation technologies. Using magnets and a near-vacuum chamber to travel at up to 700 mph, the loop would connect the main Midwest Cities and create an economic boom and hundreds of thousands of jobs. (WNWO)
  2. Investors aim to develop historic Vistula district stopped Summit Street in the north of Downtown Toledo. The project, known as Gateway to Lower Town, hopes to attract residents and businesses to the area. (OMCL)
  3. The Department of Parks and Youth Services of the City of Toledo received $500,000 in funding for youth recreation programs for the 2022-2023 school year. Residents, businesses and organizations can apply for up to $50,000 for health and wellness programs. (WNWO)
  4. A woman was shot in the foot by her brother after trying to intervene in a fight between her and another woman. Toledo Police responded to the scene in the 1500 block of South Avenue at Loges Avenue and attempted to pursue the shooter on foot. (OMCL)
  5. La Prensathe Hispanic American organization and the Toledo mud hens celebrate the 20th edition Latin Scholarship Day July 31 to Fifth third field. The event begins with a noon parade that begins at Erie Street Market and ends at Monroe and Saint Clair Street. (WTVG)

Today in Toledo:

  • “The Wizard of Oz” presented by Toledo Repertory Theater to history Valentine’s Theater (7 p.m.)
  • ‘Rocket Man’ at Village Players Theater, 2740 Upton Ave. (8 p.m.)
  • Toledo mud hens against the Indians of Indianapolis, Fifth third field (7:05 p.m.)
  • Toledo Farmer’s Market, 525 Market Street (8am)
  • TMA Visit to the sculpture garden, Wildwood Preserve Metropolitan Park (9 am)

From my notebook:

  • Discover five new properties for sale in the Toledo Region. (Toledo Patch)
  • Toledo shelter pets need a house! Meet Francisco, Guava, Kendall and many more! (Toledo Patch)
  • Perrysburg man Ted Blausey35, was paired with a service dog named Rose thanks to The capacity center. Blause, who suffered a stroke at the age of two, is blind in one eye and missing a leg. He looks forward to Rose helping him in his daily life at home and at work. (OMCL)
  • The University of Toledo Medical Center was awarded 4 stars by the Medicare and Medicaid Service Centers. Only 895 out of 4,500 hospitals have received such honors. (WNWO)
  • The site of the old North Towne Square Shopping Center was sold to Kansas City North Point Development Corporationwho builds three “specific buildings.” The project was aided by Toledo city councilor Theresa Morriswho affirms that the project will benefit all Corridor Alexis. (OMCL)

That’s all for today! I will see you soon.

Brad King

About me: I’ve always been from northwest Ohio and graduated from the University of Toledo (Go Rockets!). I’m old enough to remember when the Mud Hens still played in Maumee. The City of Glass has seen an amazing revitalization, and I’m excited to share every update with you!

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