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Published 6 hours ago
State group chastises local elections board
The Lucas County Board of Elections and some of its top employees were grilled for nearly nine hours on Tuesday by a state-appointed “transparency committee” on its apparent discourse, dysfunction, and occasional disregard of procedure.

Published 6 hours ago
Rossford voters get bus question in fall
Rossford voters will go to the polls in November to decide whether their city should remain a member of the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority.

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Focaccia’s gets ‘great response’
It’s still a work in progress, but the owners of the new Focaccia’s Market in the Fifth Third Center at One SeaGate concourse are enjoying the response to their business, which marks a return of convenience-store retailing to the downtown location after nearly a seven-year absence.

Published 6 hours ago
Daily Log: 4-16
Births

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Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 4-16
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

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Arbor Hills to get new leadership
When assistant principal Tim Zieroff takes the top post at Arbor Hills Junior High School next school year, he plans to keep the teamwork mentality started by Principal Rose Gaiffe.

Updated 4 hours ago
Easter resolutions, recipes
’Tis the season to color eggs, to eat the ears off chocolate bunnies, and to bake a ham.

Updated 4 hours ago
School parking lot repaving $1.45M
The parking lots of Northview and Southview high schools will be repaved for $1.45 million this year by TenMile Creek Excavating, the Sylvania school board decided on Monday.

Updated 4 hours ago
Chase now in 2nd in Stock Contest
Sometimes choosing a stock is the result of a detailed study of the company and its financial data. But it doesn’t always have to be a scientific process.

Updated 4 hours ago
Health Care REIT’s CEO exits
George L. Chapman, chief executive officer of Health Care REIT Inc., the billion-dollar real estate investment trust based in Toledo, on Monday announced his retirement, effective immediately.