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Kroger pharmacies to sell overdose antidote
Kroger will begin selling the heroin overdose antidote drug naloxone Wednesday at pharmacies in its Ohio stores.

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RV show opens at SeaGate Centre
Janis and Larry Thomas used to do some camping when their kids were younger, but those experiences were a whole lot different from what they saw Friday.

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‘Password’ is a lousy password
NEW YORK — It became official again last month: We are awful at passwords.

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Cedar Point removing 1 of its 3 water rides
SANDUSKY — One of Cedar Point’s three water rides may be coming down to make room for a new attraction.

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UT hosts annual spring job fair
University of Toledo senior Amber Sanders, left, talks with by Amy Deeter, center, and Amanda Dysert from retailer The Buckle during UT’s annual spring job fair on Friday in the university’s Student Union building. More than 100 businesses participated at the three-hour event sponsored by the university’s College of Business and Innovation. About 450 business students attended the job …

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Gifts from the heart — and Kenya
NYAHURURU, Kenya — This Valentine’s Day, there’s a good chance your flowers came from Kenya.

Published 6 hours ago
Judge issues order to allow wedding venue to continue operating
A barn-wedding venue near Whitehouse was given court approval Friday to continue operating at least until Feb. 21.

Published 10 hours ago
VW recalls 850,000 more vehicles in U.S.
DETROIT — Volkswagen resisted U.S. government efforts to recall more cars and trucks to fix potentially deadly Takata air bags — telling safety regulators a recall isn’t necessary.

Updated 21 hours ago
Ohio Art sells its Etch A Sketch line
BRYAN — After 55 years, the Etch A Sketch, a hall of fame drawing toy that brought fame to Bryan, no longer will have an ongoing connection with Williams County.

Updated 21 hours ago
Blade reporter finds link to Lincoln
ZANESVILLE, Ohio — More books have been written about Abraham Lincoln than any single historical figure except Jesus Christ.




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