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Former mayor Ford’s legacy as civil servant lauded
The late Toledo Councilman Jack Ford was remembered on Monday as a visionary and servant of the people who wielded a combination of knowledge, stoicism, and wit. Hundreds crammed into Warren AME Church for a second day to again honor Mr. Ford, who held a variety of elected positions.


Official touts recovery, not more prisons
Lucas County treatment plan fits with approach by state.

Legislators against trade agreement
Kaptur, Brown speak before packed house at Toledo UAW hall.

Koral exits Waterville restaurant scene
After 17 years of operation, Jay Surdasky said it was time for a break.

Easter holiday traditions
Easter is far more than a festival of jelly beans, chocolate bunnies, and deviled…

Breakfast all day at McDonald's?
Company to test at Southern Calif. locations starting in April.

Perrysburgers plans grand reopening
Remodeled downtown restaurant features new chef, menu.

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