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Group speaks up against effort to slash health care, benefits
When Bob Wicks of Maumee learned that he could have lost health and Social Security benefits under a bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wis.), his face grew red from anger.

Updated 2 hours ago
Training aims to curb crashes, deaths
Toledo police Officer Andre Antoine maneuvered his motorcycle through a set of orange cones, coming to a sudden stop.

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Florida State inducts Toledoan
Toledo business owner Don Harbaugh will be one of three people inducted into the Florida State University College of Business Hall of Fame today.

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Court may hear clerk’s case
Two new underage-sales charges filed against a West Toledo liquor store clerk convicted of selling vodka to a 17-year-old might be transferred to Toledo Municipal Court.

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Harlan E. Reichle; 1928-2014: Builder had vision for Waterville
Harlan E. Reichle, a high energy and successful home builder and developer who was a former mayor of Waterville, died April 17 in Parkcliffe Alzheimer’s Community. He was 86.

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Toledo pools in need of repairs
Toledo City Council’s parks and recreation committee learned Wednesday that three municipal pools need major repairs, including Jamie Farr and Wilson pools in the north end.

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Litany of accusations
A bevy of grievous accusations directed at the Lucas County Board of Elections and its staff, including record tampering and an instance of near violence, became public Wednesday during the third marathon session conducted by a special committee convened by the Ohio secretary of state to investigate the agency.

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Sylvania boy, 9, copes with muscular dystrophy
In retrospect, Sylvania resident Linda Kolopajlo said her son Jimmy early on presented classic symptoms of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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Groups file more objections over FirstEnergy plan
OAK HARBOR, Ohio — Four activist groups recognized in federal proceedings as legal intervenors have filed more objections to FirstEnergy Corp.’s plan to extend Davis-Besse’s operating license, citing new evidence they claim to have found.

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Westhaven’s founder denied prison release
Westhaven Group foun-der John Ulmer will not be getting out of prison just yet.


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