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12/23/2013 10:58 PM
Findlay bails out
FINDLAY — Solidarity with sandbags.

12/23/2013 9:18 PM
Residents consult ‘navigator’
More than 100 local residents lined up to speak with a health-care “navigator” at the Main Library on Monday for what was supposed to be the last day to sign up for an insurance plan for coverage to begin on Jan. 1.

12/23/2013 8:57 PM
Police watching Moody Manor
King James wants the Moody Manor to be a safer place for his family to live.

12/23/2013 10:23 PM
Closings for Christmas Eve and Christmas
In observance of the Christmas holiday, most Toledo, county, state and federal government offices will be closed or on a half day today and all day Wednesday; city offices in Perrysburg, and Sylvania also will be closed; Oregon courts will be open until noon today and city offices closed all day today and Wednesday. Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicle deputy

12/23/2013 8:11 PM
Revel new year with roast
My choice for an elegant holiday dinner? It’s hard to beat a roast, and more often than not my pick is a lean and moist pork tenderloin.

12/23/2013 8:05 PM
Perfecting French pastry
Jacquy Pfeiffer lives a sweet life, enriched by butter, dusted with flour. Always has.

12/23/2013 9:39 PM
Ohio firms optimistic about ’14
A survey of 149 businesses in Ohio indicates that 92 percent of them are convinced that the overall economy in 2014 will be as good or better than it was in 2013.

12/23/2013 9:35 PM
Toledo housing market improved
The percentage of Toledo-area mortgage loans that were three months overdue has dropped 19 percent in the last year, according to California real estate data firm CoreLogic.

12/23/2013 11:16 PM
'12 Kids of Christmas'
Her first move was an “X” in the center square of the tick-tack-toe board drawn on a frosty bus window.

12/23/2013 9:17 PM
Elections Board codifies rule
With the usual acrimonious displays at meetings, a majority of the Lucas County Board of Elections opted Monday against a Christmas Eve lump of coal and less time to party on New Year’s Eve for its employees.