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Lourdes unveils sports facility
Lourdes University announced Monday that it plans to build a $6.5 million sports and recreation building for the second phase of its Mid-Campus Expansion Project at the Sylvania campus.

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Columbia Gas rates drop slightly
Columbia Gas of Ohio Inc. said Monday its residential rate for natural gas for July will be 40 cents per hundred cubic feet, down 1 cent from the June rate.

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Gene C. Welty (1932-2015): Sports desk editor liked to live out his stories
Gene C. Welty, an editor who worked on the sports copy desk of The Blade for many years, died Friday at Brookdale Assisted Living in Kalamazoo, Mich. He was 83.

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S. Toledo man shot; police hunt suspects
Authorities were looking Monday for a suspect or suspects involved in the shooting of a Toledo man in the city’s old south end over the holiday weekend.

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Deputy’s case given to municipal court
A criminal charge filed last week against a Lucas County sheriff’s deputy will be transferred to Toledo Municipal Court because it is a second-degree misdemeanor.

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Ludeman won’t seek Toledo mayor’s office
Toledo City Councilman Rob Ludeman said Monday he will not run for mayor.

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Toledo lighthouse fest set for this weekend
The 12th annual Toledo Waterfront Lighthouse Festival is Saturday and Sunday at Maumee Bay State Park.

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Moya hits 2 homers, Mud Hens score in the 9th to edge Clippers
COLUMBUS — Trayvon Robinson’s single to right field in the top of the ninth inning scored pinch-runner Alexi Casilla and lifted the Mud Hens to a 3-2 victory over the Columbus Clippers on Monday.

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UT grad chooses business
Justin Drummond owned two credible resumes from his time at the University of Toledo.

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Warehouse fire under investigation
FOSTORIA — Fire officials are investigating the cause of a fire early Monday at a warehouse on East Crocker Street.




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