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TARTA starts work to raise fares later this year
The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority could raise its fares later this year. James Gee, the transit authority’s general manager, reported Thursday morning that the TARTA board’s finance committee had directed him to start the process for a fare hike, which would be its first since January, 2006.

I-75 ramp closings to last 3 years
Road construction at Jeep-Willys starts Monday.
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Ohio jobless rate steady at 5.1%
State economy added 25,100 new non-farm jobs in January.

2 killed in crash east of Bowling Green
Crash occurred about 6:30 a.m. at Bowling Green and Housekeeper roads.

Famous circus phasing out elephants
Ringling Bros. will retire elephant acts by 2018.

Blade, U.S. government settle suit
2 journalists were detained near Lima tank plant in 2014.
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‘Marigold Hotel’ sequel 2nd best
Much of the film feels like a hastily arranged class reunion.
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Crash stops turnpike traffic near Swanton
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Death of man in fire probed as suicide
Cause of death of Joseph Carter, 55, of Fulton Co., not yet released.
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Pair pilfer $9,000 worth of underwear
Undergarments taken from Wyoming department store, police say.
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Rod Stewart bringing hits to Toledo
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer to perform July 18 at Huntington Center.
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