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Thousands march in Moscow, mourn slain opposition leader
Carrying flowers, portraits and signs that said “I am not afraid,” tens of thousands of people somberly marched today in Moscow to mourn opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, whose slaying on the streets of the capital has shaken Russia’s beleaguered opposition.

Howe's recovery shows stem-cell advances
Hockey legend’s treatment in Mexico not yet approved in U.S.
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Frigid February one for the books
Flurries in month’s final hour breaks city snowfall record.
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Crowdfunding crush catches on
More firms in area build business, raise capital via online campaigns.

Read to children early, often
The time to begin reading is even before birth, experts say.

Documents reveal Toledo history
Fort Industry detailed in letters dating back to 1800s.

Workshop for girls focuses on whodunits
Teams explore forensic science for crime scenes.

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COLUMNS & BLOGS

David Kushma
Ohio should focus on tax fairness
Kasich’s tax-cut plan would be a raw deal for most Ohio families.
Mary Bilyeu
2 for $20: Da Capo Coffee
Search for frugal date spots goes to Temperance.
Barbara Hendel
On the Town: 3/1
Stars come out for the Red Cross.
Dave Hackenberg
Drummond sets the tone for Rockets
Brown and Pearson aren’t the only players who resurrected UT.
Jack Lessenberry
More info would have bolstered column
Many from Woodville weren’t happy with Keith Burris or The Blade.
Marina Bolotnikova
Divestment from Israeli occupation a topic
It’s one that deserves full debate at UT and elsewhere.
Mary Alice Powell
Valuable lessons from the road
First things first, pack the silverware.


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