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Flu season is stirring up more than unpleasant symptoms as it begins its move across the United States. It's also raising questions about the effectiveness... [Read More]
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Toledoans Mike and Kaleen Pratt weren't sure where their daughter ran off to inside Imagination Station on Sunday, but that was kind of the point. [Read More]
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Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations. [Read More]
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Pat Lewis steadied herself on a ladder with her left hand as she placed a dove ornament on a Christmas tree. [Read More]
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There is a vacancy on Maumee City Council for the second time this year and once again, there appears to be disagreement over who should... [Read More]
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Horford scores18 points and Irving puts up 16 to help the Boston avenge rare loss. [Read More]
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Meet the Big Apple pie of college football's eye. Baker Mayfield? Nah. We're talking the winner of the sweeter, more filling trophy handed... [Read More]
Crews currently collecting data to make assesments... [Read More]
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BG guard ranks among national rebounding leaders... [Read More]
Hancock County officials and the State Fire Marshal are investigating a fatal fire that started early Sunday morning in Jackson Township. The Arlington fire... [Read More]
University of Toledo Faculty Senate president Amy Thompson says a recent Blade editorial "doesn't describe the UT" she has come to know. [Read More]
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I apologize for my gender's ugly minority. I defend the loving majority. [Read More]
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Wind turbines would provide vital resources in more ways than one, if Ohio could get out of its own way. [Read More]
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CALENDAR... [Read More]
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A look at recent actions in the U.S. Congress and in the Ohio General Assembly and how lawmakers representing the area voted. [Read More]
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Despite a recent violent crime uptick, federal data suggest that Toledo mostly rates well compared to larger cities across the extended region. [Read More]
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Doug Keetion arrives just before 9 a.m. every day without fail, flips on the LED lights, surveys his studio salon, and beams with pride. [Read More]
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William "Bill" Beckham, who ran Toledo's last free-standing video game arcade businesses, died Nov. 27 while on vacation in Honolulu. He was 70. [Read More]
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The dogs pictured above are newly available for adoption at Lucas County Canine Care & Control, 410 S. Erie St., Toledo. Listed are the name,... [Read More]
Births... [Read More]
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