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  • Event emcee Melissa Andrews with panelists Eric Eberly Birthday Celebration. Chase, Stephanie Calmes, and Ed Speedling.

    Around Town: 8-4

    Impact and INspire, a series for young professionals, hosted Unmasking Mental Health: It’s Time to Talk, It’s Time to Change recently at the new ProMedica Health and Wellness Center on Monroe Street. Guests at the fourth event sipped and nibbled while learning about mental health.

  • Supporters of Sierah Joughin march and ride during  a "Take Back our Roads"  event on County Road 6. Sierah Joughin, a 20-year-old University of Toledo student, was killed during a July 19 bicycle ride on the road.

    Take back our roads

    Joggers, walkers, bikers, and kids in strollers traveled the cornfield-lined road together during the "Take Back Our Roads" event. It represented a show of solidarity with Sierah Joughin and her family after two weeks of horror and heartbreak.

  • Toledo's Warwick Saupold winds up to deliver the pitch in the top of the first inning of game one of Tuesday's doubleheader against Louisville.

    IN PICTURES: Louisville at Toledo Game 1

    The Toledo Mud Hens hosted the Louisville Bats in a Tuesday doubleheader at Fifth Third Field. The Mud Hens won the opener, 5-1, but lost game two, 3-0.

  • Caleb and Lisa Grills of Haskins brought their three children Trenton, 4, left, Darryn, 6, right, and Ellen, 2, top, out as they all searched for Pokemon together during a Pokemon Go scavenger hunt hosted by the Toledo Botanical Garden.

    Pokemon Go at Toledo Botanical Garden

    A Pokemon Go scavenger hunt took place Tuesday at Toledo Botanical Garden. Hundreds of people turned out to search for Pokemon in the gardens which, at 32, boast the largest concentration of Pokestops in the community.

  • Fifth Third Field during Monday's game between the Toledo Mud Hens and the Louisville Bats.

    IN PICTURES: Louisville 4, Mud Hens 1

    Louisville pitching limited Toledo to 5 hits at Fifth Third Field Monday night, and the Bats beat the Mud Hens in an International League contest.

  • Claire Kiefer, 13, of Perrysburg, a member of Saddles and Surries 4-H Club, at the Wood County Fair.

    Wood County Fair

    The 143rd annual Wood County Fair opens in Bowling Green, Ohio on August 1, 2016. The event runs through August 8th, with animal exhibits, a flower show, rides, a midway, and special events in the evenings.

  • Four-legged spokesman: "LET'S PLAY IT SAFE" Toledo Traffic Safety Committee is installing warning signs at dangerous areas in the City of Toledo where children to play. The first sign, at the intersection of Overland Parkway and Brichall and Lowe Roads prompted this serious meeting. Frm left are James Krieger,12, and his sister Karen, 8, Dusty, the collie, and John Clark, 9. Some 40 such signs will be installed throughout the city. Toledo Blade file photo published July 14, 1960

    Pictures of the Week: July 25-31, 2016

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, July 25 to Sunday July 31, 2016.

  • A picture of Sarah Rose Henes and her rabbit in honor of her last year in 4-H at the Monroe County Fair.

    Monroe County Fair

    Fair manager Warren Siebarth says the Monroe County Fair has averaged around 190,000 people over the last 3 years. The 2016 event began Sunday.

  • Riders take part in the Perrysburg Slow Roll.

    Perrysburg Slow Roll

    A weekly community bike ride that takes place Monday evenings, the Perrysburg Slow Roll started in May with just over 20 riders showing up for the cruise through Perrysburg. It's grown larger with each subsequent ride, and saw over 100 participants recently.

  • Instructor Ann Heckler, left, conducts yoga class at Wildwood Athletic Club.

    Yoga at Wildwood Athletic Club

    Classes at Wildwood Athletic Club in Toledo. A report found that participation in yoga nationwide grew among all age groups between 2002 and 2007 and increased again between 2007 and 2012.

  • Hens Alex Presley is congratulated by his teammates after scoring in the first inning.

    IN PICTURES: Gwinnett 9, Mud Hens 8

    Dixon Machado's ninth inning home run tied the game for the Mud Hens, but Toledo loss in extra innings to the Gwinnett Braves, 9-8, at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo Sunday.

  • William Teaderman sits amidst the paintings of Aaron Bivins and next to a model of UT's University Tower that he created at Sunday's Art on the Mall.

    Art on the Mall

    116 artists showcased their wares on Sunday to the sound of jazz at this year’s Art on the Mall. The outdoor juried art fair drew over 10,000 attendees.

  • Extreme scientist Dan Clements gets ready to launch a car during the "Nerdy Derby" at Imagination Station. Participants designed, created and decorated a car to race down a 40 foot track during the two day event.

    'Nerdy Derby' at Imagination Station

    Participants designed, created and decorated cars to race down a 40-foot track Saturday during the two-day 'Nerdy Derby' at Imagination Station.

  • From left are Raymond Caldwell, Carolina Bowe, Myranda Duhart, Justin Bowe, Beatrice Thaman, and Taylor Brandt at the EPIC Toledo T-Town Dash

    ON The Town: Events stir up fun and funds

    Recent events included Shaken or Stirred? presented by the ProMedica Flower Hospital Auxiliary at Bar 145; 5th annual Les Stevens Memorial Fundraiser to benefit cardiothoracic research at UTMC at Loma Linda’s; Football 101 — Girls Night Out clinic was held at the University of Toledo’s Glass Bowl;The Motown Dinner and Dance Cruise fund-raiser on the Detroit Princess Riverboat; the 2016 EPIC Toledo T-Town Dash; A Summer Soiree Member Appreciation Reception presented by Women of Waterford at Waterford Bank.

  • Mud Hens shortstop Dixon Machado throws to first base to complete a double play around the slide of Gwinnett's Rio Ruiz.

    IN PICTURES: Mud Hens 6, Braves 0

    The Mud Hens earn their second straight win behind the pitching of Matt Crouse, beating the Gwinnett Braves at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo Saturday evening.

  • Mud Hens pitcher Preston Guilmet watches the rain during the sixth inning as Toledo Mud Hens took on the Gwinnett Braves at Fifth Third Field on Friday.

    IN PICTURES: Mud Hens battle Gwinnett, raindrops

    The Toledo Mud Hens jumped out to a lead against Gwinnett before a rain delay hit Friday, July 29, 2016, at Fifth Third Field.

  • Jill Wersell, owner of Wersell's Bike Shop, center, leads a group of about 50 bike riders after they paused for a moment of silence during a ride the shop organized Friday through the University of Toledo. The ride was held in remembrance of Sierah Joughin, a student at the University of Toledo.

    West Toledo bikes for Sierah Joughin

    A silent bike ride was organized by Wersell's Bike Shop Friday, July 29, 2016, in West Toledo. The ride, which was attended by about 50 people, was held in remembrance of Sierah Joughin. Ms. Joughin disappeared July 19 while riding her bike near Evergreen High School in Metamora. Her remains were found July 22.

  • Nicole Brandstrup, left, and Mary Dawson at the Edith Franklin Youth Arts Fund celebration at the University of Toledo Center for Visual Arts.

    Around Town: 7-28

    Summer is in full swing with indoor and outdoor fun and fund-raising events. Tribute was paid to the late Toledo artist Edith Franklin recently at the University of Toledo Center for Visual Arts. The show was presented by the Arts Commission.

  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally.

    Donald Trump in Toledo

    Billionaire turned GOP presidential-candidate Donald Trump railed against Hillary Clinton, promised to crush a controversial international trade deal, lambasted the state of Ohio's economy under Democratic rule, and vowed to protect the nation from ISIS during his rally on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 in downtown Toledo.

  • Monday Memories: Ogden Center, Mich., entered a new era of telephone technology on July 27, 1969. The small community about 8 miles southwest of Blissfield, Mich., had been the last Michigan community with magneto, hand-crank telephones. But on that Sunday, Ogden Center transferred to the most modern telephone system in the state.  In this Toledo Blade photo taken by photographer Don Flory July 29, 1969, Mrs. Harlan Griffith, a former operator at the Ogden Mutual Telephone Co. demonstrated how the old system used to work. She and four other operators lost their positions when the phone system was upgraded, but they seemed supportive of the improvement. With the new system, local operators were no longer needed, and the long distance calls were handled by operators in Adrian.  Every home in the 300-phone area was equipped with a new beige-colored push-button phone that did not depend on batteries. The old magneto phones had batteries that helped increase voice volumes. When the batteries failed, the phone company would need to come to the customer’s home to replace them.

    Pictures of the Week: July 19-25, 2016

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, July 19 to Sunday July 25, 2016.


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