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Updated 19 hours ago
Oregon Council OKs $2.96M plan
Oregon City Council has approved a major energy-efficiency upgrade for the municipal building that is expected to trim utility costs by about $85,000 annually once completed.

Updated 19 hours ago
Restaurant inspections 9-29
Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

Updated 19 hours ago
Ohio gas prices move higher
COLUMBUS — Gas prices are moving back up again in Ohio.

Updated 19 hours ago
Historic Toledo mansion for sale
The Tudor-style home at the corner of Robinwood and Bancroft in Toledo’s Old West End has the kind of intricate detail that can drive a man to bankruptcy.

9/28/2014 12:00 AM
CVS store in Sylvania opens
The first CVS Pharmacy in Sylvania opened today, ahead of schedule, adding to the drug stores concentrated in the area.

9/28/2014 12:00 AM
Toledo’s 1st convenience mart sold
For 90 years, In & Out Marts — which began as Toledo’s Village Farm Dairy and grew into the area’s first convenience store chain — remained under control of its founding family.

9/28/2014 8:16 AM
Pilots end strike at Air France
PARIS — Air France’s leading pilots union says it has ended a 14-day strike that crippled air traffic and led to stern shows of frustration by the French prime minister.

9/28/2014 12:00 AM
Ellison hands off Oracle
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Larry Ellison, the famously combative chief executive officer of Oracle Corp. and one of the world’s richest self-made men, once told a TV interviewer that “my personality didn’t allow me to quit while I’m losing.” Then he added, “My personality doesn’t allow me to quit while I’m winning.”

9/28/2014 12:00 AM
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9/27/2014 12:00 AM
Hundreds attend UT job fair
Bryant Hoffman, a junior at the University of Toledo, goes over his resume during a job fair at the UT Student Union. About 400 students in the university’s College of Business and Innovation attended the job fair on Friday to talk with representatives of 133 com-panies. Employers were there to look for both interns and full-time employees.