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Chrysler sees another sales hike
The Jeep Cherokee had its best month yet and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles managed to preserve what is now a five-year streak of year-over-year sales improvements, even as overall industry sales were more or less flat in March.

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Voters disapprove of Portman's letter
Ohio voters didn’t approve of U.S. Sen. Rob Portman’s signing of a letter to Iranian mullahs, according to a poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University.

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Last firm left on its way out
The last business in the west-side retail complex at Sylvania’s Starlite Plaza will vacate the shopping center by April 30 so that ProMedica can keep moving forward with its conversion of the site into medical offices.

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Concussions make many wary of future
COLUMBUS — Football has been very good to Brent Williams.

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Michigan lands transfer Rudock
ANN ARBOR — Michigan is expected to add another quarterback to its stable.

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St. Francis tops Southview 6-2
Pitching, defense, and timely hitting.

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Tennis hits home at Central Trail
With yellow caution tape tied between two chairs serving as the net and soft tennis balls made of sponge-like material, Central Trail Elementary students learned the basics of tennis on Wednesday in the school's gymnasium.

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Design of Defiance bridge mulled
DEFIANCE — Local officials had hoped an upcoming state project to replace the Clinton Street bridge over the Maumee River might also relieve their problem with a forbidden left turn at an intersection just north of that span.

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Program at clinic offers health advice
Minority Health Month kicks off today with a free program at That Neighborhood Free Health Clinic.

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Teenager fights charges following library scuffle
A teenager denied misdemeanor assault and trespassing charges Wednesday in Lucas County Juvenile Court following a scuffle with library security last month.




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