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Shoppers try to avoid last year’s crisis
Lynn Duty was caught off guard during last summer’s water crisis. Not so this year. “This time I thought I’d better get ahead of the game,” she said. Mrs. Duty of Sylvania Township was stocking up on water Tuesday after Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson announced that microcystin was detected Monday night in raw water near Toledo’s Lake Erie intake.

Algae toxin level drops slightly
Taps still safe, but officials on guard just in case.

Hotel Seagate could be demolished
City enters fee negotiations with crews; cost estimated at $2 million.

Harbaugh driven by dream
New coach’s motivation comes from recurring dream.

Fiat Chrysler dealers await orders
Feds requiring buybacks, repairs of 500,000 vehicles.

Tall task
Group determined to plant 282,313 trees in Toledo.

Not worth the trip
Some trips aren’t worth revisiting.


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6, including children, hurt by falling tree
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Link to Last of Little Syria


Ripple Effect
Heidelberg lab produces website
Uses multimedia tools to help laymen better understand algae.
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Putting out fires
Mayor must lead -- not delegate -- on Fire Department.
Kelly Heidbreder
Gardeners add beauty to Belmont Country Club
You can enjoy pockets of color, vegetable beds and butterflies.
Keith Burris
Confident dark horse
John Kasich is an interesting dude. But can he win?
Mary Bilyeu
Each farmers’ market has its own vibe
The identity, the culture, and the vibe are all about community.

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