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Penta marketing teacher resigns
A Penta Career Center teacher who had been suspended without pay and faced firing for inappropriate and unprofessional communication with students and colleagues has resigned.
3/15/2014 12:44 AM
Mom get 10 years in prison
WAUSEON — Candis Sherman said she was planning to kill herself the morning she walked into her 15-year-old son’s bedroom, pointed a 38-caliber handgun at him, and fired five rounds.
3/15/2014 2:09 AM
10,000 pounds of waste collected
Since Recycle I.T. USA began picking up electronics at Perrysburg Township each month, more than 10,000 pounds of waste has been recycled instead of going to a landfill.
3/15/2014 12:00 AM
Man challenging Toledo program
COLUMBUS — Two constitutional-rights organizations and 28 state lawmakers have sided with a Kentucky man in his Ohio Supreme Court challenge of Toledo’s red-light and speed-enforcement cameras, arguing that the city’s law makes police both judge and prosecution.
3/15/2014 1:49 AM
Not quite ready to play ball
Toledo Mud Hens turf manager Jake Tyler uses a snow thrower as he and Justin Adkins turn snow on the infield tarp at Fifth Third Field into slush and water. Mr. Tyler said they’ve never had to deal with this much snow still on the field as the Hens’ home opener looms April 4. Mr. Tyler said they were using
3/15/2014 1:11 AM
Toledo native was federal aviation crash investigator
CHARLESTON, S.C. — William M. Bumpus, a Toledo native who got his pilot’s license at age 19 and followed an Air Force career with 30 years as a federal air-safety inspector, flying jetliners and investigating high-profile crashes, died Sunday at Roper Hospital in Charleston. He was 85.
3/15/2014 12:54 AM
Debris cleared from turnpike fatal crash site
The Ohio Highway Patrol on Friday tried to piece together statements from scores of people involved in Ohio Turnpike pileups that killed three and injured a state trooper during a snowstorm Wednesday, while crews cleaned up debris and disabled vehicles strewn along the crash site.
3/15/2014 12:51 AM
Board aims to benefit from audit
While a performance audit of Toledo Public Schools gained prominence last year, its implementation has been much quieter.