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Published 4 hours ago
Flower Hospital could lose funds
ProMedica Flower Hospital’s access to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement is in jeopardy because of an event in the facility’s psychiatric unit, which hospital and federal officials declined to describe on Thursday.

Published 4 hours ago
Businesses seek to help needy
Maybe business isn't just business after all.

Published 4 hours ago
Real Estate Transfers: 4-25
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Chamber director cuts his own job
The new director of a suburban Toledo chamber of commerce recently resigned after discovering the group couldn't afford any paid positions — including his own.

Published 4 hours ago
Marathon closer to refinery project
GARYVILLE, La. — Marathon Petroleum Corp. said it is taking the next step toward a potential $2.2 billion to $2.5 billion upgrade to the company's Garyville refinery. The Findlay company expects to make a final decision by early 2015.

Published 4 hours ago
Goodwill holds job fair
BOWLING GREEN — Goodwill will hold a job fair on May 2 to fill staff positions in Toledo, Bowling Green, Findlay, and Napoleon.

Updated 7 hours ago
Retail building plan approved
A retail building plan at the northeast corner of Eckel Junction Road and State Rt. 25 was unanimously approved by the city of Perrysburg Planning Commission today.

Published 11 hours ago
Stocks edge higher on earnings gains
NEW YORK — Stocks finished slightly higher today, led by the technology sector after Apple reported a big earnings gain.

Updated 12 hours ago
Amazon launches grocery service for Prime members
NEW YORK — Amazon is taking aim at grocery stores and discounters like Wal-Mart with a grocery service that lets its Prime loyalty club members fill up to a 45-pound box with groceries and get it shipped for a flat rate of $5.99.

Published 13 hours ago
Ohio winter takes toll on honeybees
COLUMBUS — Ohio beekeepers lost 50 to 80 percent of their honeybees over the harsh winter, threatening the farming industry, state agriculture officials say.


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