OAK HARBOR, Ohio — That red-winged blackbird perched on the limb of a nearby tree flashed his brilliant red-and-white epaulets, seemingly unaware of the new bling he was sporting and of the role this now bejeweled
Bowe’s competitive streak heats up to fend off takeover attempts of region’s agribusiness.
Situated in front of Sears Outlet Store on Airport Highway.
2 new board members at Owens-Illinois.
Genesis Lopez, 17, center, walks with the banner she created for the Women’s Empowerment March in East Toledo. A group of about 50 members of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee’s Homies Union, a youth organization, and their
Lucas, above, celebrates his 5th birthday with fruits and vegetables at the Toledo Zoo. Jeff Dinnebeil, the zoo’s executive chef, and senior sous chef Eloisa Beltran carry a tray of goodies into the elephants’ exhibit area for
While the Mud Hens entered play Saturday with a sub-.500 record, that does not mean some Toledo players have not performed at an all-star level through the first two months of the season. Toledo manager Lloyd McClendon feels several of his players
Mud Hens manager Lloyd McClendon would not reveal the rain dance he performed before his team’s scheduled doubleheader against Indianapolis on Saturday. Speculation indicated it included elements of the Whip and the Stanky Leg, but there was no
Delta’s Storeholder, Montpelier’s Snyder win.
Senior spurs L-B to state title; Rossford’s Clay wins 400