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  • BGSU's Zack Denny grabs a rebound from Detroit Mercy's Cole Long.

    IN PICTURES: BGSU 74, Detroit Mercy 61

    Dylan Frye scored 18 points to lead Bowling Green State University to a men's basketball win over Detroit Mercy at the Stroh Center. The Falcons improved to 4-6.

    12/11/2016
  • Bowling Green State University goalie Ryan Bednard and forward Matt Meier defend the net against Michigan Tech's Dane Birks during the second period.

    IN PICTURES: BGSU hockey loses to Michigan Tech

    The Bowling Green hockey squad couldn't generate enough offense to beat WCHA rival Michigan Tech, dropping a 2-1 decision Saturday, December 10, 2016, at the Slater Family Ice Arena.

    12/10/2016
  • Glitch Gang coaches Mark Smith, left, and Hanin Kashen watch as their Sylvania team competes.

    Sylvania STEM FIRST Lego League tournament

    The inaugural Sylvania STEM FIRST Lego League (FLL) Regional tournament was held at Southview High School in Sylvania on Saturday, December 10, 2016. 26 teams from area schools, including 10 teams which prepare at the Sylvania STEM Center, put their robots through their paces as they competed in the event.

    12/10/2016
  • Alicia Olarry, left, of Toledo, watches her daughter Noelle, 5, do a little dance while volunteering to hand out gifts during the annual Noel Project event.

    Noel Project donates gifts to kids in need

    Holiday gifts including bikes and other toys were handed out as part of the Noel Project sponsored by the Church on Strayer at the SeaGate Convention Centre on Saturday, December 10, 2016.

    12/10/2016
  • Runners from the Rocket Rehab Therapy team gather for the Jingle Bell Run.

    Jingle Bell Run at the Shops at Fallen Timbers

    Runners braved chilly temperatures Saturday, December 10, 2016, for the Jingle Bell Run at the Shops at Fallen Timbers in Maumee.

    12/10/2016
  • St. Francis' Alec Kasza pulls in a rebound against Lima Senior's BJ Miller.

    IN PICTURES: St. Francis 69, Lima Senior 64

    St. Francis de Sales built a 17-point lead midway in the fourth quarter, then held off Lima Senior's comeback bid in a 69-64 home win on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016.

    12/9/2016
  • Cardinal Stritch's Jordan Burton drives against Ottawa Hills' Brett Hoffman.

    IN PICTURES: Cardinal Stritch 54, Ottawa Hills 43

    Cardinal Stritch defeated host Ottawa Hills 54-43 in a Toledo Area Athletic Conference boys basketball showdown on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016.

    12/9/2016
  • Bowling Greens Logan Bergeron, right, carries the puck while under coverage from St. Francis defender Blake Storer.

    IN PICTURES: St. Francis 4, Bowling Green 1

    St. Francis de Sales junior forward Nick Daly tallied a hat trick as the Knights topped Bowling Green 4-1 on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016, in Northwest Hockey Conference play at Tam-O-Shanter in Sylvania.

    12/9/2016
  • Marine Sgt. Guillermo Amador helps carry donated presents to the Salvation Army truck during the toy drive at WTVG-TV, Channel 13 in Toledo.

    WTVG-TV, Channel 13 holds annual toy drive

    Toledo TV station WTVG-TV Channel 13 began collecting toys early Friday, Dec. 9, 2016 at it's headquarters on Dorr Street and various other locations for the Hope For The Holidays toy drive.

    12/9/2016
  • Perrysburg's Kristina DeMarco, left, dribbles the ball down court around Northview's Kylie Archibeque.

    IN PICTURES: Perrysburg 58, Northview 53

    Host Perrysburg edged Northview 58-53 in a double-overtime girls basketball thriller on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, in Northern Lakes League play.

    12/8/2016
  • Notre Dame's Krisah Lewis, bottom right, grimaces during a scramble for a loose ball with Whitmer's Rhegyn Blood, bottom left, as Notre Dame's Ashley Barron, top left, and Whitmer's Bryce Blood assist.

    IN PICTURES: Notre Dame 43, Whitmer 39

    Notre Dame used a late rally to beat host Whitmer 43-39 in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference girls basketball game on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016.

    12/8/2016
  • Annie and John Glenn wave to photographers at Cape Cannaveral Air Station in Florida before boarding plane for Houston on Nov. 8, 1998.

    John Glenn's life in pictures

    John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth and decades later the oldest person in space, who served four terms as a U.S. senator from his native Ohio, died on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, in Columbus. He was 95.

    12/9/2016
  • Rogers' Taquarius Belcher goes up against Woodward's Demetrius Barry.

    IN PICTURES: Rogers 59, Woodward 51

    Rogers earned a 59-51 win against City League rival Woodward on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016, before an enthusiastic home crowd. Taquarius Belcher scored 11 of his team-high 17 points in the first half, which is where Rogers took control of the game.

    12/7/2016
  • University of Toledo head coach Tod Kowalczyk greets the Blue Crew prior to a basketball game against Detroit Mercy  Wednesday at Savage Arena in Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Toledo men 73, Detroit Mercy 65

    Toledo got 29 points and 6 assists from Jonathan Williams and bounced back from a halftime deficit to beat Detroit Mercy Wednesday at Savage Arena. Jaelan Sanford added 18 points for the Rockets (4-5).

    12/7/2016
  • The exterior of the recently-renamed Lancelot Thompson Student Union on the campus of the University of Toledo.

    University of Toledo plans improvements

    The University of Toledo's Student Union was recently renamed after retired chemistry professor and vice president of student affairs Lancelot Thompson, who died Sept. 10. Proposed renovations to the building are among the many projects mentioned in the University of Toledo's new master plan.

    12/7/2016
  • St. Francis player Kenny Coleman-Graham goes to the basket against Scott's Cody Farrow.

    IN PICTURES: St. Francis 60, Scott 34

    The St. Francis boys basketball team stayed undefeated behind a strong defensive effort, holding its second straight opponent to under 40 points as it defeated Scott 60-34 at home on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. Kenny Coleman-Graham’s 15 points led the Knights.

    12/6/2016
  • Jessica Bowman, 4, adjusts her antlers before singing.

    Bedford Christmas tree lighting

    The preschool Christmas concert and Christmas tree lighting was held on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016, at the Bedford Branch Library. A group of preschoolers sang carols and then headed outside for the tree lighting. Santa Claus was also on hand to visit with children.

    12/6/2016
  • Walleye player Tyson Spink, center left, celebrates his game-winning goal in overtime with brother Tylor Spink (24) and Jacob MacDonald.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye 5, Fort Wayne 4

    The Walleye jumped out to a three-goal lead against the Fort Wayne Komets, then won 5-4 in overtime during a special morning game at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016.

    12/6/2016
  • Hailey Twigg, 7, of Sylvania hugs the oversized teddy bear she picked out while shopping with Sylvania Township police Sgt. Clarence Whalen.

    Shop With a Hero program

    Sixteen children from Lucas County shopped for presents at the West Central Avenue Meijer store on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, with Sylvania Township police and fire officials during the ‘Shop With a Hero’ program, sponsored by Meijer, Sylvania Area Family Services, and the township’s safety forces.

    12/5/2016
  • On Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese fighter planes bombed the naval base at Pearl Harbor near Honolulu,. More than 2,000 American soldiers and sailors died in the attack. Twenty American Naval vessels and 300 airplanes at the base were destroyed.  The United States declared war on Japan the next day, with declarations against Germany and Italy shortly thereafter. Almost two years after the war had begun, the United States became embroiled in World War II.  Here at home, many Toledo industries quickly shifted from peacetime to wartime production. One example was automotive producer Willys-Overland.  This Blade archive photo published January 13, 1942, shows an Army inspector checking out parts for 155-millimeter artillery shells that were being produced at the plant.  In January, 1942, the plant employed 7,500, including many women, with plans to grow to 10,000 workers. Willys-Overland had war contracts that topped $142 million for Jeeps, light reconnaissance cars, shells, fuses, airplane parts, breech housings, recoil cylinders and miscellaneous war materials.  Jeeps were rolling off the line at the rate of 400 a day, and orders indicated that volume would be needed for at least nine months.  Two hundred to 250 smaller plants in the Toledo area were called upon to supply Willys-Overland with needed parts. Buildings and machinery were being reconditioned and put in shape for the great volume of business on hand and to come.

    Pictures of the Week: November 28 to December 4, 2016

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, November 28 to Sunday, December 4, 2016.

    12/4/2016

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