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  • St. Ursula’s Taylor LaMantia returns a serve against Notre Dame during the Arrows’ victory in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference volleyball match in Toledo on Thursday.

    IN PICTURES: St. Ursula 3, Notre Dame 0

    St. Ursula, Ohio’s fourth-ranked Division I high school volleyball team, won 25-18, 25-17, 26-24 against visiting Notre Dame Academy in front of a packed, raucous gym on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016.

  • Cell phones go up after Chelsea Clinton received a standing applause.

    Chelsea Clinton stumps for Hillary at UT

    Chelsea Clinton about 150 people in the UT Student Recreation Center Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, about her mother Hillary Clinton's plans to combat the opioid drug problem in the country, along with her plans for college financing.

  • Southview's Maddy Crandall and Perrysburg's Addie Graham vie for the ball during second half of the Yellow Jackets' 1-0 victory.

    IN PICTURES: Perrysburg edges Southview

    The Perrysburg girls soccer team stayed unbeaten thanks to a late goal during a 1-0 victory against Southview on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.

  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally Wednesday at the Stranahan Theater.

    Donald Trump visits Toledo

    A packed Stranahan Theater came to hear Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speak in the area for the second time in two months on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016.

  • Anthony Wayne's Adam Passino uses his head against Northview's Luke Gonia.

    IN PICTURES: Anthony Wayne 1, Northview 1

    Northview and Anthony Wayne played to a 1-1 tie in boys soccer on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016, at Cats Stadium in Sylvania.

  • Laura Moore, executive director of the Owens Community College Alumni Association, left and partially obscured, waits as Kaye Koevenig, chair of the effort, center, helps Demarko Huntley to put on a backpack. Kindergarten students at Toledo Public School's Old West End Academy received backpacks and school supplies as part of the Backpack to the Future program, which donated 572 backpacks and 10,092 school supply items in Lucas, Wood, and Hancock County schools.

    Backpack to the Future program

    The Owens Community College Alumni Association, in collaboration with others, donated school supplies to area kindergarten students, distributing 572 backpacks and 10,092 school supply items in Lucas, Wood, and Hancock County schools.

  • St. Ursula freshman defender Lily Turski tries to clear the ball while battling with Southview sophomore forward Abigail Mann.

    IN PICTURES: St. Ursula at Southview

    Southview's girls soccer team got 2 goals from freshman Ellie Pool, and the Cougars improved to 5-1 with a 4-2 victory over St. Ursula in Sylvania Monday.

  • wntown was alive once again, and Toledo regained its “Show Town” status. The Town Hall Theater opened in the city’s oldest playhouse on Sept. 24, 1945.  This Toledo Blade archive photo shows all of the hustle and bustle at the city’s only playhouse on opening night. Critics called it the “pretty little Thespian temple” and its new decor was described as mostly pale gold on oyster-white. There was a smattering of evening gowns and orchids in the audience. The first play was Dear Ruth, a comedy.  The old stone and brick building had a storied past. In 1889, what was then Brown’s Packing House at the southwest corner of St. Clair and Orange Streets, was remodeled and reopened as People’s Theater. It housed some of the finest theatrical productions shown in Toledo in its day.

    Pictures of the Week: September 12-18, 2016

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, September 12 to Sunday, September 18, 2016.

  • Tom Joughin, father of Sierah Joughin, thanks Corp. Conway Linger of the Motorcycle Division of the Lenawee County Sheriff's Office. The department provided the escort for the Keeping Our Girls Safe Memorial Ride at Toledo Harley-Davidson.

    Keeping Our Girls Safe Memorial Ride

    Over 700 people mounted up for the Keeping Our Girls Safe Memorial Ride to celebrate the life of Sierah Joughin at Toledo Harley-Davidson.

  • Trio Cantina bass player Cole Thomas, left, solos on "Take Five" with Aaron Ziegler on drums and Ben Sheiber on piano, during the second annual Great Lakes Art & Jazz Festival in the area around the Ottawa Park amphitheater in Toledo.

    Great Lakes Art & Jazz Festival

    The second annual Great Lakes Art & Jazz Festival in the area around the Ottawa Park amphitheater in Toledo.

  • Diann Wears cuddles her dog Cow as they get ready to go to sleep at the old Greyhound terminal at Jefferson Avenue and Michigan Street. The pair were back on the street after staying in a hotel for a week.

    Newly homeless woman still has dog

    Diann Wears doesn’t have much. But there’s Cow, a 6½-year-old white boxer mix with a large black patch over the left side of her face, a pouty underbite, and a signature one-sided wiggle used to greet those she knows and likes. Diann is living on the streets in downtown Toledo with Cow by her side. She has never been homeless before.

  • Karen Bade, left, and Gale Tedhams during the Dealin' for Dogs benefit at Owens Community College.

    On The Town: Dealin’ for Dogs raises funds for assistance animals

    Recent events included the 11th annual Dealin’ for Dogs to benefit Assistance Dogs for Achieving Independence at Owens Community College; Toledo Club’s XXIX annual Party in the Parking Lot; The 6th Cousino Restoration Chic Palooza at Stone Oak Country Club; 13th annual Hidden Garden Party at the Schedel Arboretum & Gardens in Elmore.

  • Members of the Toledo School for the Arts pageant puppet club perform with Glass City Steel drum band during the opening of Middlegrounds Metropark.

    Middlegrounds Metropark opens

    Located at downtown Toledo’s western edge next to the Anthony Wayne Bridge, Middlegrounds Metropark opened on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, creating the park district’s first urban presence.

  • Caleb Paniagua, 9, second from right, and August Cook carry a smelly tire up a hill. Behind are, from left, Steve Oswanski; Jess Sorolewski; Natalie Cook, August’s mother, and Olivia Oswanski, 4, Steve's daughter.

    20th Annual Clean Your Streams effort

    Volunteers removed trash from rivers, creeks, and bays in Lucas County on Saturday, part of an annual tradition that this year happened under a nonstop torrent of rain. It was part of the “20th Annual Clean Your Streams” effort on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016.

  • Toledo running back Kareem Hunt bulls his way into the end zone for a touchdown.

    IN PICTURES: Toledo 52, Fresno State 17

    Logan Woodside passed for four touchdowns and Kareem Hunt rushed for 123 yards and a touchdown as the University of Toledo football team topped Fresno State 52-17 on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, at the Glass Bowl.

  • Middle Tennessee's Dennis Andrews pulls in a catch near the goal line while defended by BGSU's Cameron Jefferies.

    IN PICTURES: Middle Tennessee 42, BGSU 21

    The Bowling Green State University football team suffered a 42-21 loss to Middle Tennessee at a rain-drenched Doyt Perry Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016.

  • Lorenzo Galvan Cabrera, formerly of Mexico, takes the oath of citizenship.

    Naturalization ceremony

    A naturalization ceremony was held on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, at the University of Toledo College of Law.

  • Anthony Wayne's Evan Brown breaks away to score the team's first touchdown.

    IN PICTURES: Anthony Wayne 35, Northview 14

    Anthony Wayne's Evan Brown scored on runs of 78 and 36 yards and threw for another touchdown before halftime to lead the Generals to a 35-14 win against Northview on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, in a Northern Lakes League opener in Sylvania.

  • Patrick Henry's Jacob Stout, left, stops Liberty Center's Zack Carpenter.

    IN PICTURES: Patrick Henry 22, Liberty Center 14

    Patrick Henry’s dominance of Liberty Center continued on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, as the decidedly more balanced Patriots held on late to take a 22-14 Northwest Ohio Athletic League victory in Hamler, Ohio.

  • Springfield's Bryant Koback looks to evade Perrysburg's Tim Selhorst in the second quarter.

    IN PICTURES: Springfield 48, Perrysburg 17

    Springfield snapped Perrysburg's 23-game Northern Lakes League winning streak with a 48-17 home win on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, as Bryant Koback ran for 374 yards and six touchdowns on 29 carries.


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