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Toledo tops state in construction
A flurry of health-care building projects and highway work in and around Toledo has helped make the Glass City one of the fastest growing construction markets in the country over the past year.

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Ohio says district ‘unauditable’
The Joint Economic Development District that will be the new home of The Andersons headquarters is unauditable, Ohio Auditor Dave Yost announced Tuesday.

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Contractors see spike in jobs
The rain may have stopped, but the cleanup is just getting started.

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Students’ drive aims to stock clinic
Working in one of the Cherry Street Missions outpatient clinics, a group of nursing students saw an opportunity to solve a problem.

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Flooding closes bridge in Dundee
DUNDEE, Mich. — The River Raisin swelled well over its banks in Dundee on Tuesday, causing officials to shut down the main bridge from one side of the village to the other.

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ProMedica receives tax credits
ProMedica’s downtown project will receive $5 million in historic preservation tax credits for the rehabilitation of the Toledo Edison Steam Plant and adjacent KeyBank Building, state officials said Tuesday.

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Toledo gets OK for negotiations
Toledo City Council gave Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson the go-ahead Tuesday to negotiate city ownership of the state-owned Government Center tower downtown.

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‘Terminator Genisys’ loses gamble
The Terminator films are about protecting the past and present to save the future.

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ProMedica submits plan for new road
ProMedica’s plans to construct a new road to replace the current ProMedica Parkway came into sharper focus this week with drawings the health-care company submitted to the city of Toledo Plan Commission.

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Michael McNeely: 1950-2015; Salesman of plumbing fixtures had his own shop
Michael D. McNeely, 65, a star salesman who opened a local business that offered home builders and architects the latest in kitchen, bath, and plumbing fixtures, died Saturday at home in Lucas County’s Providence Township.




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