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Methane-burning facility shut down
Toledo’s troubled $31 million facility meant to burn methane from the city’s Hoffman Road Landfill — a boondoggle that costs taxpayers $1 million a year to keep running — has been sitting idle for months.

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Police add safe room for web transactions
Toledo police expect to soon host a safe location for some customers completing online purchases from strangers.

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Warming trend signals injury trend
Forecasters are predicting temperatures will rise in the Toledo area this week which means area emergency departments should prepare to get busier.

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February snow total edges 2011 record, barely
As large plows and brooms raced down runways, pushing and blasting snow off the Toledo Express Airport on Sunday, Steve Arnold walked slowly toward a white pipe near a chain-link fence at the runway field and stuck a metal ruler into the ground.

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David L. LeFevre (1943-2015): Blind man was physical therapist at Toledo Hospital
David L. LeFevre, a visually impaired man who worked as a physical therapist in a hospital, died Friday at Hospice of Northwest Ohio. He was 72.

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Statue’s relocation leads to a civil war
The village of Whitehouse is preparing to move a 115-year old Civil War statue from Village Park a few blocks north to the southwest corner of Maumee and Providence streets. Some local residents, however, oppose the move.

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City receives expected drop in CDBG funding
Toledo received what was an expected reduction in Community Development Block Grant money funding allocated by the city’s neighborhoods department to community services agencies such as homeless shelters and Community Development Corporations.

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Maumee River pours over its banks
Ice jams and flooding are common occurrences for Northwest Ohio in March.

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Land bank adds home restoration to mission
When Leitha Sackmann first walked into the abandoned white and green house on South Detroit Avenue, the walls in the bathroom had gaping holes from vandals who had stripped the copper plumbing.

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Teacher of the Month: Karen Cameron
Karen Cameron can simply be described as an outstanding teacher who is loved and respected by her students; a Master Teacher and true professional, she is the recipient of the 2013 Golden Apple Award.




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