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Lucas County Drug Court celebrated its first 10 graduates on Thursday. [Read More]
Six months ago, Toledo seemed to be on a course for a new, vibrant parks and recreation plan. [Read More]
A Toledo couple charged in an arson spree in North Toledo entered pleas Thursday to reduced charges. [Read More]
A West Toledo Circle K was robbed at gunpoint, Toledo police said. [Read More]
A dog suffering from terminal cancer will be able to eat his favorite meal during his last days: Burger King cheeseburgers.... [Read More]
Toledo police are investigating the shooting of a central Toledo man. [Read More]
Travelers headed to Detroit this weekend will want to avoid northbound I-75, especially on Friday evening and most of Saturday. [Read More]
This isn't your standard scavenger hunt. It is more or less a trash hunt, conducted under the format of a treasure hunt. The site is... [Read More]
Ironhead Marine, Inc., the operator of Toledo's Shipyard, received a nearly $800,000 grand from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration, Senator Rob Portman (R.,... [Read More]
The day after a woman spray-painted a racial slur and the words "Hail Trump" on a for-sale house, residents of Toledo, Ohio came together to... [Read More]
A regulatory panel on Thursday put off a decision, potentially for months, regarding Gov. John Kasich's request to designate some 40 percent of Ohio's share... [Read More]
A $1.5 million donation has brought ProMedica closer to its $10 million fundraising goal for investments in research and programs targeting demographic factors — such... [Read More]
The second of two men charged in a shootout with police last December entered Alford pleas — not admitting guilt — Thursday to two counts... [Read More]
Project is expected to be done by fall. [Read More]
Lucas County officials have nearly acquired key funding for the proposed I-475/U.S. 23 interchange at Dorr Street, approving a state loan request Thursday of $8... [Read More]
Bacterial levels higher than state standards. [Read More]
Donation brings ProMedica closer to collecting the final $10 million needed for the $50 million initiative. [Read More]
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An outreach luncheon hosted by Toledo Public Schools Wednesday, July 18, 2018, near Northern Heights in north Toledo offered free lunch to students, served up... [Read More]
Harold Roe, a wildlife artist of international renown whose detailed and colorful renderings of waterfowl won awards and helped conservation efforts, died Monday in Hospice... [Read More]