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Rossford council blocks effort to repeal contested tax
Rossford City Council voted 4-3 Monday to keep in place a controversial tax ordinance passed in January that cut income tax reciprocity for residents working outside the city.

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Final treasurer interviews set
The Perrysburg Board of Education has scheduled its finalist interviews for the treasurer’s position at 5 p.m. Thursday in the Commodore Building.

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Charles Patrick Duck, Jr. (1946-2016): Ex-Waterville mayor pushed for new U.S. 24
Charles Patrick Duck, Jr., a former councilman and mayor of Waterville who was instrumental in advancing its law enforcement operations, died Sunday in his home in Waterville. He was 70.

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Seminars are slated for UT employees to boost their skills in customer service
More than 200 University of Toledo employees will receive customer service training, President Sharon Gaber told members of the Rotary Club of Toledo during a Monday speech outlining accomplishments of her first nearly 11 months on the job.

Published 17 hours ago
Getting some air time
Jamire Thomas, 14, drives to the basket ahead of Javaughn Jones, 12, during a pick-up game of basketball at a public basketball court on Fernwood Avenue in Toledo. After sunny skies today, a chance of showers or thunderstorms are forecast for the remainder of the week and through the weekend. For more on local weather, visit toledoblade.com/weather.

Published 17 hours ago
Terra building to be renamed for president
FREMONT — Terra State Community College will rededicate a building to President Rutherford B. Hayes.

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Toledoan pleads guilty to accidental shooting
A Toledo man charged with the accidental shooting of his 17-year-old girlfriend pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor charge of negligent assault and having a weapon while under disability.

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Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 5-24
Dogs killed May 20-22 under the direction of Lucas County Canine Care & Control Director Julie Lyle:

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Applin hired as transportation chief
The Sylvania Schools Board of Education on Monday approved the hiring of Neal Applin as the district’s director of transportation.

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St. Louis firm adds in Defiance
DEFIANCE — A St. Louis food ingredient manufacturer has put $11 million into its operations in Defiance, adding a production line that has created 25 jobs and may lead to twice that number soon.




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