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After season of paving, city streets still a mess
While contractors wrap up street projects across Toledo before winter sets in, many Toledoans are left looking at the same crack-riddled or pothole-strewn streets in front of their homes or wondering why some streets were paved and others a block away weren’t. Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson, who is increasingly under fire to find a solution to the city’s crumbling infrastructure, only has to look out her downtown office window at the Jackson Street boulevard to wonder why city street repair crews do what they do.

Buckeyes run past Wolverines
Elliott’s 214 yards keys OSU’s 13th win over Michigan in 15 years.
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All team colors turn to green
Retailers making most of area’s football success this season.

A season of stress
Some keys to cope with hustle and bustle of the holidays.

The sweetest time of year
Welcome to the 2015 Blade Holiday Sweets Exchange.

Exhibit of sneakers at museum
The Rise of Sneaker Culture opens Thursday in Toledo.

Next fall’s ballot a question mark
Presidential race would drive up ad costs for marijuana, wage issues


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Source: Campbell agrees to coach Iowa State
The Toledo head coach has agreed to take a new job.
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Privacy vs. security debate rages
Paris attacks reignite passions as NSA program set to expire.
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Man dies while stuck in chimney
Authorities believe man was suspected burglar.
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UT gives Campbell 'generous' offer
Football coach reportedly being pursued by other programs.
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Keith Burris
How mentors helped save a man
People, programs allowed Jacob Spellis to turn his life around.
Mary Bilyeu
Downtown hosts dessert tour
Toledo Flavors Food Tours offer Downtown Delights.
Dave Hackenberg
Buckeye atones for criticism
Elliott’s mauling of Michigan makes amends.
Matt Markey
Ohio deer season opens Monday
Hunters urged to put safety first with firearms.
Jack Lessenberry
Many letters to choose from
What gets used? What doesn’t? Our ombudsman answers.
David Shribman
Meet the original Tea Party Republican
Former N.H. governor might have been ahead of his time.
Barbara Hendel
Wait nights for big tips
Celebrity wait nights continue to be a force of fund-raising.

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