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Huntington moniker to stick with arena through 2022
Huntington National Bank said Wednesday it has agreed to pay $2.5 million to keep its name on Toledo’s downtown arena through 2022. Huntington paid $2.1 million in 2010 for the naming rights to what then was the 6-month-old Lucas County Arena.

San Francisco Giants win World Series
Giants beat Kansas City 3-2 in Game 7 to win 3rd title in 5 years.

‘ImaginOcean’ to make a splash
Tony Award-winner John Tartaglia's performance comes to Valentine.

Kasich stops in Findlay
Governor urges group of 40 to campaign for GOP.

FitzGerald links with Planned Parenthood
Democrat, running mate speak to 15 at party office.

Last Honor Flight takes off
Northwest Ohio hub flew more than 2,000 veterans.

Area Trick-or-treat schedule
Many communities celebrating Halloween today.


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N. Korea cracking down on Ebola
Country bans tourists, mulls quarantine requirements, put business on hold.
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U.K. opens National Sperm Bank
Looks to meet rising demand for donors amid shortage.
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10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events for Oct. 30, 2014.
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Pistons drop opener 89-79 to Nuggets
Denver spoils debut of Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy.
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Keith Burris
Ford should stay and fight
Jack Ford can help the mayor and the city.
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Around Town: 10-30
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Many restaurants but little time
New book details 1001 must-experience restaurants.
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Unsolved Toledo: Carole Varnes
Carole Varnes was fatally shot outside her home more than 20 years ago.
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Early voting totals trailing 2010...
Early voter numbers portend reduced turnout in Nov. 4 election.
Dave Hackenberg
Toledo great comes back to lead
Jeff Massey returns to UT to coach under Kowalczyk.
Keith Burris
Stainbrook’s ragged army
Republicans not willing to throw in the towel on elections.

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Forced quarantining of health-care workers who have treated Ebola patients is a political, not scientific, move.

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