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Edson A. Whipple, a retired managing editor of The Blade who was an award-winning reporter and Columbus bureau chief for the newspaper, died Sunday morning... [Read More]
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Crime reports, divorces, births, and coroner's rulings in the Toledo area. [Read More]
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It might seem impossible for a Civil War general to pay a visit to Toledo in the middle of the 20th century, but such was... [Read More]
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On the first day of a family vacation in Florida, two 6-year-old twins jumped into action and saved a drowning toddler. [Read More]
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When most people glance up at the night sky, they see stars shining light years away. For Noel Richardson, postdoctoral research associate in the University... [Read More]
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In many ways, the armed forces of the United States set the standard for behavior in this country. [Read More]
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Youth interest in soccer in America is showing a decline in participation after the sport appeared to be gaining a toehold in this country. [Read More]
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If Congress bails out the troubled Central States Pension Plan, there must be no sugar-coating of who's paying the bill. [Read More]
For the first time, Toledo's African American Festival took place indoors. But the switch didn't seem to affect the attendance. [Read More]
Library fines for overdue books and movies, once considered a gentle nudge toward returning borrowed items, may become a thing of the past. [Read More]
In 2012, farmers in Lenawee County produced $6,573,000 worth of fruits, tree nuts, and berries, according to the most recent Census of Agriculture. [Read More]
How do you consume music? [Read More]
Toledo police have released the names of two people who died after a robbery late Saturday night at the Dollar General store in the 4400... [Read More]
In Greek mythology and Hollywood fantasy, the labyrinth was a perilous maze with either death (the monstrous Minotaur) or doom (David Bowie as the shaggy-haired... [Read More]
Kenneth Gallock, a longtime salesman as his father had been for the Mellocraft Co., the Toledo-founded distributor of cleaning supplies, and a University of Toledo... [Read More]
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]
Imagine being one of the hundreds of people injured in the worst mass shooting in modern United States history last fall, recovering from your injuries,... [Read More]
Could it be that the answer to northwest Ohio's water woes has been at the bottom of a hole in Bryan all this time? Some... [Read More]
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