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2 Toledo sites awarded preservation tax credits
Two Toledo sites are the recipients of funding from the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit program, totaling nearly $5.3 million in funding to rehabilitate historic properties. ProMedica’s downtown campus project will receive $5 million for rehabilitation of the Toledo Edison Steam Plant and adjacent Key Bank Building. The Vistula Heritage Village in North Toledo will receive $249,999 for handicap accessibility adaptations for affordable housing units in 11 buildings.

Grand Rapids begins to dry out after flooding
Water From Rivier Raisin receding in Blissfield, rising in Dundee.

Christie officially running for president
N.J. governor says he’s launching a ’noble’ effort…

3.3-magnitude quake in Mich. felt in Ohio
USGS website says people from Swanton to Grand Rapids, Mich. reported feeling…

Ice cream treat sinfully sweet
Sometimes, ordinary toppings just won’t do.

OSU coach stays true to Falcon faith
At autism fund-raiser, Meyer roots for university where he began.

6 injured in 2-vehicle crash in central Toledo
1 person thrown from vehicle in collision at Dorr Street and Parkside Blvd.

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