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Electricity co-op gives Bowling Green a jolt
The question isn’t whether Bowling Green’s electricity costs will rise, but why. With annual rate increases of 5 percent planned through 2019 — costing homes and businesses 25 percent more five years from now — some people are questioning how much faith Bowling Green should maintain in a controversial coal-fired power complex in southern Illinois.
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Restaurant Inspections: 4-21
Recent inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.
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Toledo Express passenger traffic up
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Ohio gas prices up once again
State 3 cents higher than national average for gallon of regular gas.
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