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Forum looks at urban revitalization
Educators and social activists from Toledo and around the world met Wednesday for a community dialogue focused on peaceful urban revitalization.

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UT names new vice president of advancement
The University of Toledo announced today its new vice president of advancement.

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Flower Drum has a decent beat
The Flower Drum is a Chinese opera known to have existed since 1695. The music features a variety of strings and woodwinds. The production originated in the Hunan province.

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Beer fest toasts fourth year
Craft @ the Quarry returns Friday to Centennial Terrace for its fourth annual beer festival.

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Toledoan buys pizza for workers
Construction operator Matt Newton isn’t used to getting free pizza while he’s on the job.

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‘Tembo’ is a wrecking ball of fun
I find myself questioning whether the original Sonic The Hedgehog games were as good as I remember.

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Deadline for Lucas Co. real estate tax bills is Friday
Lucas County Treasurer Wade Kapszukiewicz today reminded taxpayers that the upcoming deadline to pay real estate tax bills is Friday.

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Owens considers changing charter
Editor's Note: This version of the article corrects who the governor would be able to appoint with the charter change.

Updated 2 hours ago
Toledo to resume daily water, microcystin testing
Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson today announced that the city would resume testing raw Lake Erie water daily for the presence of microcystin.

Updated 2 hours ago
Kasich sees bump in national polls
COLUMBUS — If other national polls agree with a new Quinnipiac University poll released today, Ohio Gov. John Kasich should find himself on the Republican presidential debate stage in Cleveland next week.




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