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Updated 10 hours ago
Woman admits guilt in abduction, assault
A White Lake, Mich., woman pleaded guilty Monday to kidnapping, assaulting, and robbing a Michigan woman, then leaving her battered body along a Sylvania Township road.

Updated 10 hours ago
Area Meijer pharmacy now 24/​7
Michigan retailer Meijer Inc. said Monday the pharmacy at its Sylvania Township store will be open 24 hours daily.

Updated 11 hours ago
The Andersons 2Q dividends at 14 cents
The Andersons Inc. has declared a second quarter cash dividend of 14 cents per share, payable April 22 to shareholders of record as of April 1.

Updated 11 hours ago
Health Care REIT offerings raise $1.5B
Toledo’s Health Care REIT Inc. said it has finished its public offering of 19.5 million shares that were priced at $75.50 per share, raising about $1.5 billion that the local real estate investment trust will use to pay debt and make investments in health care and seniors’ housing properties.

Updated 11 hours ago
Obscure pick makes ChaseSS No. 1
When teacher Luke McKinley was advising his Chase STEM Academy students on preparing for The Blade School Stock Contest, he told them to have fun and do their best.

Updated 11 hours ago
Emaciated ‘pit bull’ puts on weight
Jovie isn’t quite so tiny any more.

Updated 16 hours ago
Driver under influence in crash found guilty
A Toledo man who was under the influence of drugs when he drove left of center and struck another car pleaded no contest Monday to three charges.

Updated 16 hours ago
TPS teacher suspected in theft on paid leave
A Toledo Public Schools teacher charged with stealing money from a teachers’ union committee has been placed on paid leave.

Updated 16 hours ago
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 3-3
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

Updated 16 hours ago
Website hackers still unknown
It’s been more than a month since the City of Perrysburg’s website was hacked and city officials say they still don’t know who was behind it.




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