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Updated 3 hours ago
Restaurant Inspections: 7-28
Recently released inspection reports from Lucas County food-service establishments.

Updated 4 hours ago
Bluffton firm’s CEO, 1 other killed
FINDLAY — Two people, including the CEO of a Bluffton firm, were killed when a plane crashed northeast of Findlay in Hancock County on Sunday, authorities said.

Updated 4 hours ago
FLOC, British reps vow to fight
RALEIGH — A Toledo-based union vowed to fight for tobacco field workers who live and labor largely hidden from view — an underground world of deep poverty and grim conditions that could soon face international scrutiny.

Updated 5 hours ago
2 visitors hurt at Cedar Point
SANDUSKY — A Cedar Point amusement park ride that swings riders as high as 125 feet has been closed indefinitely after a cable snapped, injuring two visitors.

Published 5 hours ago
Kids learn to putt like a pro
Four-year-old Michael Rosales pushed his adult-size sunglasses up his nose and stroked his chin thoughtfully before sending a golf ball flying wildly down the driving range.

Updated 19 hours ago
Cedar Point's King-sized promise
On July 9, Cedar Fair LLP’s Matt Ouimet succeeded in grabbing more than 15 minutes of fame by reaching out through social media outlet Twitter to NBA superstar LeBron James, who was deciding which team would become his new employer.

Updated 22 hours ago
Economist offers gloomy forecast
NEW YORK — Just as the U.S. economy is strengthening, other countries are threatening to drag it down.

Updated 22 hours ago
Retirees turning to pasture
MARBLETOWN, N.Y. — Standing at the edge of an overgrown field, Charles Noble, 65, cups his hands around his mouth and yells, “Mooowaaaahhh.” He hopes his bovine impression will motivate 68 cattle to follow him to a nearby creek. His herd, apparently not thirsty, prefers to munch on tall grass.

Updated 22 hours ago
New Chick-fil-A location hatching
The new stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant at 6720 Airport Hwy. in Holland is expected to open in early October. The restaurant will feature dual drive-thru ordering lanes and free Wi-Fi for customers. It is expected to generate about 80 jobs. It will be Chick-fil-A’s fourth location in the Toledo area. The chain has more

Updated 22 hours ago
Business notebook: 7/27
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