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Sunday, January 25, 2015
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'Potentially historic' storm headed for Northeast
A “potentially historic” storm could dump 2 to 3 feet of snow from northern New Jersey to Connecticut starting Monday, crippling a region that has largely been spared so far this winter, the National Weather Service said. A blizzard warning was issued for New York and Boston, and the National Weather Service said the massive storm would bring heavy snow and powerful winds starting Monday and into Tuesday.

Anti-vaccine trend concerning
Local measles false alarm fuels worry; some laud choice.

City officials wrangle to keep Jeep
Toledo scrutinizing package of incentives for Fiat Chrysler expansion.

Temperance bowling alley rolling
Owner with link to establishment adds ice rink to list of attractions.

Pedestrian killed in Sylvania Twp.
Hit-and-run suspect later located in Maumee.

'Cosby 77' tour comes to Sandusky
Comedian sends message to State Theater ahead of Friday show.

The Blade Top Workplaces 2015
Logistics firm, healthcare firm, Perrysburg schools win.
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Walleye beat Wheeling 5-2
Toledo moves into 1st place tie in ECHL North Division.
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20-year-old man dies after shooting
Toledo police are calling the shooting a homicide.
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Ohio State lands two commitments
2 of Ohio’s top prospects verbally commit to Buckeyes.
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Cavs beat Thunder 108-98
LeBron scores 34 points to lead Cleveland to 6th straight win.
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COLUMNS & BLOGS

Keith Burris
If we fought Ebola the way we fight guns?
We accept the slaughter of innocents as a part of the modern condition.
David Kushma
Open to all and always evolving
Our library puts Toledo in the big leagues.
Jack Lessenberry
Blade should have printed cartoons
The decision of whether to run Charlie Hebdo cartoons not an easy one.
Mary Bilyeu
Taste of the Nation tickets on sale
Plenty of Morsels to chew on in this week’s column.
Dave Hackenberg
Here's to 100 more years of UT-BG
Times change, Rockets-Falcons rivalry doesn’t.
Mary Alice Powell
Pets a passion for ex-Perrysburg resident
Sitting business aptly named “There’s No Place Like Home.…


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