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  • Toledo's Tyson Spink steals the puck from Fort Wayne's Garrett Thompson during the first period.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye 2, Fort Wayne 1

    Landon Oslanski and A.J. Jenks scored goals for the Toledo Walleye in a win over the Fort Wayne Komets in Game 1 of their ECHL Central Division finals series at the Huntington Center in Toledo. Game 2 takes place Saturday.

  • Oregon Clay softball coach Brenda Radabaugh celebrates her 500th career victory with her players after the Eagles defeated Central Catholic 9-1.

    IN PICTURES: Clay 9, Central Catholic 1

    Oregon Clay softball coach Brenda Radabaugh celebrated her 500th career victory Thursday when the Eagles defeated Central Catholic in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference game.

  • Students attending Thursday morning's game at Fifth Third Field between the Toledo Mud Hens and Charlotte Knights wait out a rain delay, which began just before the fourth inning and lasted 37 minutes. The Knights defeated the Mud Hens, 6-5.

    IN PICTURES: Charlotte 6, Mud Hens 5

    The Toledo Mud Hens scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, but the rally ultimately fell short in a 6-5 loss to Charlotte Thursday morning at Fifth Third Field. The Mud Hens fell to 10-9.

  • "I am done with my life not mattering on this campus," Felita Guyton, left, said at the  rally against sexual assault at Bowling Green State University.

    Students protest at BGSU over sex assault

    About 200 students and community members turned out to protest the university's handling of sexual assault allegations and to call for an end to rape culture.

  • Glass artist Jon Zapiecki gives a demonstration at Gathered Glassblowing Studio during the Art Loop.

    Around Town 4/27

    Photos captured during events at the Paula Brown Pub and Art Gallery Art Loop; Ovarian Cancer Connection luncheon at The Premier.

  • Toledo Mud Hens CF David Lough makes a play against the Charlotte Knights during the first inning of a baseball game at Fifth Third Field Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Mud Hens 4, Charlotte 1

    The Mud Hens claimed a 4-1 victory over Charlotte at Fifth Third Field on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.

  • Toledo shortstop Brendan Ryan makes a double play at second base against Charlotte's Nicky Delmonico during game at Fifth Third Field in Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Charlotte 2, Mud Hens 1

    The Mud Hens suffered a 2-1 loss to Charlotte at Fifth Third Field today.

  • Toledo Walleye defender Landon Oslanski (4) fight Kalamazoo Wings forward Kyle Blaney (18) during game 7 of the first round of the  ECHL  hockey playoffs at the Huntington Center in Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye defeat Kalamazoo 3-1 in Game 7

    Toledo Walleye defeat Kalamazoo 3-1 in Game 7 of the ECHL hockey playoffs at the Huntington Center in Toledo.

  • Perryburg's Mars Orta-Deemer misses a wild throw to first base during Monday's 6-1 win over Maumee at Rolf Park in Maumee.

    IN PICTURES: Perrysburg 6, Maumee 1

    Perrysburg topped Maumee in a Northern Lakes League softball game Monday afternoon.

  • If you want to set a speed record, how do you make a train go faster? Equip it with jet engines.  In a July 23, 1966, test run for New York Central railcar M-497, twin jet engines were mounted on the car’s roof. This Blade archive photo was shot along a 30-mile straight stretch of track in Williams County, as the train set a U.S. railroad speed record of 183.85 mph.  At the time, New York Central said the speed test was to see if high-speed shuttle train service between major cities would make sense. But thanks to airlines, automobiles, and relatively inexpensive gasoline, the experiment faded away. Another problem with high-speed trains in the United States was the county’s railroad infrastructure. The world train speed record in 1966 was just over 200 miles an hour, and Asia and Europe, including Japan and France, boasted the fastest commuter trains in the world. But those trains had the advantage of running on separate tracks to avoid road crossings and slower-moving freight trains.  An Ohio Historic Marker was placed at the train station near Bryan in November, 2003, to commemorate the U.S. speed record.

    Pictures of the Week: April 17-23, 2017

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, April 117 to Sunday, April 23, 2017.

  • Kalamazoo's Cameron Darcy and Toledo's Evan Rankin, are separated during Sunday's Game 6 of the ECHL Central Division semifinals in Kalamazoo. The Walleye lost to Kalamazoo, 4-3, to set up Game 7 Tuesday in Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Kalamazoo 4, Walleye 3

    Kalamazoo dug out of an early 2-0 hole to beat the Toledo Walleye in Game 6 of their ECHL Central Division semifinal series Sunday at Wings Event Center in Kalamazoo. The Walleye and Wings will face off Tuesday at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo in Game 7.

  • Half marathon runners Olivia Scheid, left, and Sydney Kramer, right, hold hands as they cross the finish line during the Mercy Health Glass City Marathon at the University of Toledo today.

    IN PICTURES: 41st Mercy Health Glass City Marathon

    Runners participated in the 41st Mercy Health Glass City Marathon Sunday morning in Toledo.

  • The Yenrick family, from left, daughter in Law Kellie, son William, wife Linda, daughter Leigh Yenrick, daughter Anne Woodring and father Tim Yenrick at the 20th annual East Toledo Family Center Gala, ‘Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow,’ presented by El Camino Real Sky at St. Michael’s Centre in Oregon.

    On The Town: Gala aims to make kids’ wishes come true

    Recent events included MAKE-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana BIG Wish Gala at the Hilton Garden Inn, Perrysburg; third annual Bravo! BGSU, a celebration of the arts presented by PNC; Flip Flops in Paradise to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association Northwest Ohio at Hilton Garden Inn, Perrysburg; 20th annual East Toledo Family Center Gala presented by El Camino Real Sky at St. Michael’s Centre in Oregon.

  • Perrysburg Schools Superintendent Tom Hosler, left, gets ready to measure a fish that the team of Tyler Winters, 9, caught.

    IN PICTURES: Maumee-Perrysburg High fishing tournament

    The sixth annual Maumee High School vs. Perrysburg High School fishing tournament was held at Side Cut Metropark on April 22, 2017, in Maumee.

  • Amos Woods, 4, sported his sign as he joined his father Steve Woods of Toledo and brother Wyatt, 6, for the March for Science.

    March for Science in Toledo

    A March for Science happened on Saturday, April 22, 2017, in Toledo. Several hundred people turned out for celebrate science at the rally and march, which began in East Toledo's International Park and ended at the Imagination Station in downtown Toledo.

  • Toledo Walleye forward Evan Rankin fights Kalamazoo Wings forward Brian Hart during game 5 of their ECHL Central Division semifinal series Friday.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye 3, Kalamazoo 2

    A goal by A.J. Jenks with 23 seconds left in regulation lifted the Toledo Walleye to a 3-2 win over the Kalamazoo Wings in Game 5 of their ECHL Central Division semifinal series Friday at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. The Walleye lead the series 3-2 and have a chance to close it out when they travel to Kalamazoo for Game 6 Sunday afternoon.

  • Northview's Ben Boyers slams a home run in the bottom of the first inning Friday. The Wildcats beat Perrysburg, 5-2.

    IN PICTURES: Northview 5, Perrysburg 2

    Sylvania Northview improved to 11-2 overall and 3-1 in the Northern Lakes League with a win over Perrysburg Friday. Northview pitcher David Mulligan struck out 7 and allowed just 4 hits.

  • Spencer Shully, left, receives a hug and a Good Samaritan Award from Mark Manifold, right, during the 50th annual Hero Awards Banquet.

    Hero Awards Banquet

    The 50th annual Hero Awards Banquet took place Thursday at the Pinnacle in Maumee. Presented by the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio, the ceremony honors those who have saved a human life in the past year and those who went above and beyond the call of duty.

  • U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos listens to fifth graders at Van Wert Elementary School during a visit Thursday.

    Betsy DeVos vists Van Wert schools

    U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten met with students, teachers and administrators in Northwest Ohio's Van Wert school system Thursday.

  • Harpist Julie Buzzelli plays at the Toledo Symphony League's annual Rite of Spring event.

    Around Town: 4/20

    Annual Rite of Spring at the Hilton Garden Inn, JO-JO and Stu Goldberg’s annual April Fool’s Dinner, and Belmont Country Club Easter celebration.


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