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Laws contribute to Toledo blight
At nearly 6 feet in height, the grass in the backyard of 44 Garfield Place defied Councilman Mike Craig’s best efforts to touch its tips. “You can’t even go in there with a regular mower,” Mr. Craig said. “There is absolutely no excuse for this.” Since May, 2013, 16 complaints by residents about the house at 44 Garfield Place for high grass, weeds, junk, and abandonment have been logged into CityWorks.


LPGA encourages to hashtag away
Twitter, other social media used by pros to connect to fans.

Monday Memories: Mail call
Postal workers‘‍ day began with train at Central Union Station.

Stretches of Trail are left unfixed
Conditions improve; potholes continue to damage vehicles.

Sylvania trustees to weigh fire levy
1.5-mill levy mulled for November ballot.

UT professor a statue semifinalist
Winner will create Edison sculpture for hall in Capitol.

Fur flies at Ultimate Air Dogs event
About 100 canines sought glory in The Andersons parking lot.
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