Loading…
Sunday, February 14, 2016
Current Weather
Loading Current Weather....
Ohio was land of hope for many black families
Ruby Hill and Morrell Fonfield were very young and still new to Toledo when their father, Wilson Allen, took them and their brothers to visit the old Toledo Trust bank where he worked as a janitor. It was an experience the family might never have known had they remained sharecroppers in Oxford, Miss.

TV ads duel over power rate proposal
FirstEnergy says plan will save customers, opponents charge that cost will be $4B.
Video

Toledo Magazine: New heights
Students learn persistence, confidence at Bird’s Eye View Circus.

Dog show prep about heeling, healing
Man takes over training for late wife
Video

Brantley Gilbert lets fans do the partying
Country artist will be in concert at Huntington Center on Thursday.

Drama resurfaces in Spencer Township
History dotted with controversy.

Winter fun on ice
UCT Winter Hockey Festival at Ottawa Park Ice Rink.

MORE NEWS

AP
HEADLINES
News
AP Loading....
Arts & Entertainment
AP Loading....
Sports
AP Loading....
Business
AP Loading....



BREAKING NEWS

Veteran politician elected interim president of Haiti
Jocelerme Privert to lead a 120-day provisional government.
25 minutes ago

College: Around 200 students report stomach ailment
Source of the ailment remains a mystery at a Pennsylvania college.
53 minutes ago

Florists heartbroken in Pakistan
Officials, religious leaders condemned Valentine's Day as a Western import.
57 minutes ago

Mississippi officer shot in head on investigation
Officer was found on the street outside a convenience store.
1 hour ago

Current Weather


Weather Loading....
Weather Loading....



COLUMNS & BLOGS

Keith Burris
Old-school dude gets things done
Pete Gerken places end result over niceties of process.
Mary Bilyeu
Morsels: ‘March is Hungry’ puts food on
This party helps raise money to fight hunger in Toledo area.
Jeff Gerritt
Released from prison, Danny Brown still...
Ohio has made it difficult for him to clear his name and get paid.
David Kushma
Toledoans’ choice: tax hike or threat of...
Mayor calls City’s infrastructure, streets impediments to growth.
Matt Markey
Breathing life into conservation efforts
Henry-Wood Sportsman’s Alliance proves to be an asset to NW Ohio.
Dave Hackenberg
UT women get tough lesson from Bobcats
Defending MAC champs show Rockets how far they have to go.
Barbara Hendel
On The Town: Wedded bliss
Today, 2015 marriages celebrate their first Valentine’s Day together.…


Be informed with Breaking
News, Connect with us or
subscribe below







BLADE EDITORIAL

Ohio has erected onerous legal barriers to compensating wrongfully convicted people.




Recommended for You



Blade Best/Most Read









Poll