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Sobriety group hosting feast
The first thing you notice when you walk into the Idle Time Alano Club in East Toledo is its friendly, barlike atmosphere.

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Dimmerling raises the bar
Gus Dimmerling set out to make a name for himself, and with his big play-making presence on the brightest stages, the electrifying Perrysburg quarterback established a legacy.

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Kregel establishes toughness
As Perrysburg yearned to join the upper echelon of high school football in northwest Ohio, the Yellow Jackets needed a coach like Matt Kregel.

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Swanton man a Mayflower descendant
For four decades, Paulette Brewster researched her husband’s family ancestry to determine whether he was a descendant of the William Brewster who sailed to the New World aboard the Mayflower.

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Man injured after central Toledo gym shooting
The owner of a local anti-violence boxing gym reportedly shot a man during a confrontation Wednesday night.

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Toledo man charged in death of son
Police allege a Toledo father ultimately caused the death of a 2-month-old boy last week because the boy would not stop crying.

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Champion of hockey created St. John’s team
Cosimo Figliomeni, a hockey player and coach who was first to lead the St. John’s Jesuit High School team and helped launch the Northwest Hockey Conference, died Tuesday in Sylvania Township. He was 84.

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Lucas County dogs for adoption: 11/27
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

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Show will go on at North Baltimore theater
NORTH BALTIMORE, Ohio — Pass the popcorn, North Baltimore.

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Maumee gets ready for Christmas
Sara Becker of Maumee, left, and her children, Julia, 10, and Jackson, 9, cross Conant Street carrying wreaths to be put up throughout downtown Maumee. The volunteers with Maumee Garden Club were putting up decorations Wednesday in preparation for the city’s annual ‘Holiday Light Parade,’ which is scheduled for Saturday evening.