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After season of paving, city streets still a mess
While contractors wrap up street projects across Toledo before winter sets in, many Toledoans are left looking at the same crack-riddled or pothole-strewn streets in front of their homes or wondering why some streets were paved and others a block away weren’t. Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson, who is increasingly under fire to find a solution to the city’s crumbling infrastructure, only has to look out her downtown office window at the Jackson Street boulevard to wonder why city street repair crews do what they do.

Source: Campbell agrees to coach Iowa State
The Toledo head coach has agreed to take a new job.

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The sweetest time of year
Welcome to the 2015 Blade Holiday Sweets Exchange.

Exhibit of sneakers at museum
The Rise of Sneaker Culture opens Thursday in Toledo.

Buckeyes run past Wolverines
Elliott’s 214 yards keys OSU’s 13th win over Michigan in 15 years.
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Downtown hosts dessert tour
Toledo Flavors Food Tours offer Downtown Delights.
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Beauty in changing of seasons
The cycle repeats itself as it has from the beginning of time.
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Shoebox gift project fills a worldwide need ...
Said to reach 10 million children in 118 countries.
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Buckeye atones for criticism
Elliott’s mauling of Michigan makes amends.
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