Loading…
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Current Weather
Loading Current Weather....
HomeNewsLocal
4075 stories in section, viewing 21 through 30


Published 6 hours ago
WINGING IT
A lone gull passes a street lamp on a cold, windy Wednesday morning along Riverside Drive in Toledo’s Marina District. Forecasters are calling for gradual warming over the next few days with highs in the upper 50s today and the 60s through the weekend under mostly sunny skies.

Published 6 hours ago
Labor contract benefits library custodial staff
Clerical and maintenance staff and janitors who work for the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library are set to get 2 percent wage increases each year in a new three-year labor contract.

Published 6 hours ago
Owner indicted in asbestos case
The owner of the former Champion Spark Plug property on Upton Avenue has been indicted by a Lucas County grand jury on charges he hired an uncertified worker to remove asbestos-containing materials from a building on the site.

Published 6 hours ago
Octoboofest rolls out
Saturday is the annual Octoboofest celebration in downtown Perrysburg.

Published 6 hours ago
Hop-A-Thon creates fun, funds
The annual Fort Meigs Elementary Hop-A-Thon brought hundreds of students bouncing all over Rivercrest Park for the parent booster group’s fundraising drive Wednesday.

Published 6 hours ago
Sylvania area crime log 10/21
Here are the crime reports from Oct. 14 through Sept. 21 from Sylvania and Sylvania Township police departments. Also included are the fire runs from the Sylvania Township Fire Department.

Published 6 hours ago
Baby heist leads to prison term
When he took a baby out of a hotel room he had broken into, Jaequan Smith said he planned to take the unattended infant to the front desk, that he was just being a good Samaritan.

Published 6 hours ago
Documentary, panel discussion set in Tecumseh
TECUMSEH, Mich. — A free showing of an acclaimed 2012 documentary about water, Last Call at the Oasis, is being offered at Tecumseh First Presbyterian Church tonight to help address ongoing concerns in southeast Michigan about water in general and about the algae-induced Toledo water crisis in particular.

Published 6 hours ago
Toledo Jeep output shows gains
Through the first nine months of 2014, Chrysler’s Toledo Assembly complex built about 59,000 Jeeps destined for markets outside North America.

Published 6 hours ago
Ohio GM plant gets solar array
LORDSTOWN, Ohio — General Motors Co. is installing a large solar power array outside of a northeast Ohio plant that builds the Chevrolet Cruze.