Just a few wispy clouds dot the horizon as the sun sets on over the Maumee River and the downtown Toledo skyline. Partly sunny skies are in the forecast through the weekend, with high temperatures increasing from 77 today to 82 on Sunday. But
Tina Gray, left, with her grandson, Lincoln Marx, 4 months, and her daughter, Ashley Narewski, walk the trails of Wildwood Preserve Metropark in West Toledo with Ms. Narewski's dog, Cocoa. Temperatures reached a high of 69 Monday at Toledo Express
Signage goes up on downtown facility.
Fun meets tradition for youth.
An enthusiastic Roland Keller, 7, participates in the annual Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart event as his classmates at Bennett Venture Academy in Toledo wait their turn. Students at the school had collected pledges for the number of times
Joseph Hardy, 9, portrays George Washington as fourth-grade students at Beverly Elementary in South Toledo perform their annual Living History Museum. The students studied a historical figure and shared that person's biography and accomplishments
Holiday spending up 4 percent this year.
A pedestrian passes a striking mural on Broadway in South Toledo as it is illuminated by the pale winter sun. Cloudy skies are fore-cast today as highs again reach the up-per 50s, but temperatures are expected to fall back into the 30s from Sunday
$26M roller coaster debuts in May at Cedar Point.
Television character Elmo high-fives cancer patient Kimmari Toney, 8, at Toledo Children’s Hospital. Elmo and represen-tatives of the Imagination Station visited the hospital Tuesday to promote the importance of science and reading education.