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Residents tell Toledo mayor of their flood woes
Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson walked a West Toledo neighborhood Thursday with some of her staff, She promised neighbors that the city would apply for a flood mitigation grant or loan from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to install a new permanent pump and a new outflow.

Rain barely dampens fireworks biz
Sales picking up again as July 4 celebration gets closer.

101-year-old veteran receives WWII medals
Army Pvt. Horace Appleby awarded Silver Star.

NASCAR tracks asking fans not to bring Confederate…
Thirty tracks, including MIS and Mid-Ohio, issued joint statement.

Area native part of film on PBS
‘Tough Love’ documentary left its mark on the editor.

White rhino lets visitors horn in on 42nd birthday
Birthday present waiting for Sam the white rhino.

Vigil honors Charleston victims
Warren African Methodist Episcopal Church remembers 9 victims.


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