Thomas H. Rutter, a former high school industrial arts teacher and coach who led Junior Achievement through three decades of growth for the youth business education program and won plaudits for his efforts, died June 18 in Hospice of Northwest Ohio,
Judge sides with city in dispute.
Members of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees approved a new, one-year contract with Toledo Public Schools. Five AFSCME locals on Thursday “overwhelmingly approved” a contract the board of education agreed
Fort Myers City Council unanimously approved the hiring of former Toledo police Chief Derrick Diggs as the city’s chief.
Was struck in left calf.
Sadness, protests mixed with expected savings.
Flagship Collaborative Play Place opens in Port Clinton.
ODOT says component in lighting control computer failed Friday.
Her face painted like a kitten, Addy Stanford, 2, of Perrysburg, eagerly awaited the last few minutes before 6 p.m., when she would be allowed to jump into the bouncy house at First Friday in Perrysburg. “I am a kitty cat,” she said
Lucas County Canine Care and Control director says weekend of Independence Day ”one of the busiest weekends in animal control.”