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Toledo Legal News - News Registration for 2018-19 Downtown Coaches Association membership now open

 

The Downtown Coaches Association (DCA) of the University of Toledo is looking to add members to the organization for the 2018-19 academic year. For a small annual fee ($40 per person, $50 per couple), supporters can join a network of over 200 Toledo supporters while also gaining behind-the-scenes access to UT coaches and student-athletes at the DCA's weekly luncheons.

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How a cash-out refinancing loan can turn into a costly mistake

(BPT) After years of making regular mortgage payments, it feels good to watch your net worth make upward progress. That's especially true if your house is also gaining value. With a growing amount of equity comes peace of mind, knowing you have the option of tapping into it when you want.

Date Published: April 25, 2019

Rockets post 15 personal-bests at RedHawk Invitational

The University of Toledo women's track and field team garnered 15 personal-bests, 17 top-five finishes, four event victories and one MAC automatic qualifying time at the RedHawk Invitational in Oxford, Ohio on Saturday, April 20.

Date Published: April 25, 2019

Ohio 529 top of charts for long-term performance

Every parent has long-term plans for their child, dreams to give them hope and a future. Once you held that precious bundle of joy in your arms, you’ve started your long-term plan from them with an Ohio 529 Plan to cover your child’s future higher education expenses. You opened the college savings account as early as possible as you know how important long-term investment performance is to the growth of the 529 plan.

Date Published: April 24, 2019

Ohioans to see multitude of colors from spring wildflowers

Ohioans will soon be treated to a spectacular display of native spring wildflowers. This year’s season began in late March in Ohio’s southern counties and gradually will move northward as the season comes to an end in the middle of May, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Natural Areas and Preserves.

Date Published: April 24, 2019

Students in Tax Controversy Clinic attend United States Tax Court

Toledo Law students involved in the law school’s Tax Controversy Clinic traveled to Cleveland during spring break to attend a trial session of the United States Tax Court. Nicholas Benya, James Grandowicz, Lauren Jackson, Chelsea Kemper, and Thomas Kirkham attended the calendar call and volunteered to provide assistance to unrepresented taxpayers.

Date Published: April 24, 2019

Toledo posts runner-up finish at MAC Championships

Junior Saranlak Tumfong posted a runner-up finish on Sunday, April 21, at the Mid-American Conference Women's Golf Championships to help the University of Toledo to its fifth second-place showing in the last seven seasons in the tournament.

Date Published: April 24, 2019

Governor DeWine forms RecoveryOhio Minority Health Working Group

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, following a new report by the Ohio Department of Health, recently announced the formation of the RecoveryOhio Minority Health Working Group to make recommendations on reducing overdose deaths among minority populations. The Ohio Drug Overdose Data: Demographic Summary shows that in 2017, black non-Hispanic males had the highest overdose death rate in Ohio.

Date Published: April 23, 2019

Court-cost-only judgment cannot be appealed

When a trial court decides not to impose a sentence for a minor misdemeanor, it must clearly state in the judgment of conviction that no sentence is imposed before the convicted person can file an appeal, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.

Date Published: April 22, 2019

Student loan debt growth fastest among boomers

(BPT) Student loan debt in the U.S. has been skyrocketing for years, recently topping $1.5 trillion, and now surpassing automobile loans and credit cards to become the largest source of personal debt, aside from mortgages. Millennials bear the brunt of that burden, with 75 percent of the generation carrying some form of college debt. But the problem isn't contained to the younger generation. According to a new white paper from The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America(R) (Guardian), baby boomers are increasingly feeling the strain of student loan debt - and it's having a major impact on their overall well-being.