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Updated 50 minutes ago
Opera reaffirms value of ‘Porgy and Bess’
It’s been nearly 81 years since George Gershwin’s opera Porgy and Bess premiered on Broadway, and yet the masterpiece still stirs up racial controversy.

Updated 51 minutes ago
The dish on White House dishes
Everything that goes on at “the People’s House” at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is not formal. Occasionally there’s hilarity, and amazingly, sometimes it has to do with the china.

Updated 52 minutes ago
Program encourages kindness at TPS event
Hundreds of students at Sherman Elementary School are among children at 30 Toledo schools learning a seemingly simple lesson this week: Start with hello.

Updated 52 minutes ago
Strickland stumps in Toledo
The contest for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination warmed up — heated up would be too strong of a word — in Toledo today as former Gov. Ted Strickland toured a union training facility and received local Democratic endorsements.

Updated 1 hour ago
Chamber calls to reject higher tax
The city’s campaign to raise the temporary income tax to 1 percent took a political hit Tuesday with a rejection by the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Updated 1 hour ago
Point-a-game Berschbach prolific playmaker
A model of consistency, high-scoring Walleye forward Shane Berschbach has locked into a zone that has propelled him to an elite level.

Updated 1 hour ago
Council views $12.1M request for street plan
Toledo City Council got its first look Tuesday at the plan to repave streets this year, which sparked the typical annual acrimony over what roads will be fixed.

Updated 2 hours ago
Kasich ends up finishing a strong 2nd
Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s political immersion in New Hampshire for the last six months paid off Tuesday with an impressive second-place finish in the nation’s first primary election.

Updated 2 hours ago
County searches for purchasers of dog licenses
The Lucas County Auditor’s Office is seeking information from people who bought several 2016 dog licenses.

Updated 3 hours ago
Timothy Pecsenye (1952-2016): Co-host of radio show helped bring festival back
Timothy Pecsenye, an employee benefits expert who led the German-American Festival through its 50th annual celebration and a boost in attendance, died Tuesday in ProMedica Toledo Hospital. He was 63.




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