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Concert for Cherry St. Mission
The Owens Community College Concert Band will help ring in the holidays next month with a performance to raise money for Cherry Street Mission Ministries.

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Collingwood center plans fund-raiser to fix boilers
The early frigid weather was a special cause of concern for officials at the Collingwood Arts Center, and for good reason: The building’s heating system is badly in need of an expensive upgrade.

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Restaurant inspections 11-24
Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

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Maplewood hosting entrepreneur expo
Maplewood Elementary School Parent Teacher Association is inviting the business community and at-home crafters to showcase their products at its expo — the Maplewood Entrepreneur Expo — at the school from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dec. 5.

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Features packed in this small SUV
The bite-sized five-passenger Chevrolet Trax SUV goes on sale in the U.S. early next year. The Trax slots below the considerably larger Equinox and is closer in size to the Chevrolet Sonic and Cruze.

Updated 18 hours ago
Factory workers labor on less pay
LORAIN, Ohio — For nearly 20 years, Darrell Eberhardt worked in an Ohio factory putting together wheelchairs, earning $18.50 an hour, enough to gain a toehold in the middle class and feel respected at work.

Updated 18 hours ago
Credit cards still safest way to pay
Three times this year, cybercriminals stole Brad Porter’s credit card data by hacking a retailer’s payment system.

Updated 18 hours ago
Dilemma of driverless cars
LOS ANGELES — A large truck speeding toward you in the opposite direction suddenly veers into your lane.

Updated 18 hours ago
Trampoline Park goes up
Amos Schwartz, owner of Schwartz Construction LLC, of Jonesville, Mich., drills siding for the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Springfield Township. The 27,000-square-foot facility is tentatively scheduled to be completed in February. The $3 million project is part of the Springfield Town Center Development on Albon Road at Airport Highway, which includes the Stone Oak Business …

Updated 18 hours ago
Retired executives know the SCORE
When Jack Chezek retired from the business world nearly 25 years ago, taking life easy just wasn’t exactly in the plan. He became a mentor in SCORE, an organization that for 50 years has provided guidance to new regional area business owners and those thinking about striking out on their own.