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4/7/2014 12:00 AM
You can’t get there from here
The Toledo area has had its share of detours resulting from bridge repair, with the Anthony Wayne Bridge currently getting an 18-month face lift. It is a hassle, but nothing like the issues that plagued the Fassett Street Bridge, designed to go over the Maumee River to connect Walbridge and South Avenues with Toledo’s east side.

4/7/2014 12:03 PM
Youth shot multiple times in East Toledo
A 16-year-old Toledo boy was shot multiple times Sunday night in East Toledo.

4/7/2014 12:00 AM
Sylvania to curb goose population
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife has granted a permit to the Olander Park System in Sylvania to allow it to addle eggs of Canada geese in nests in an effort to curb the growing goose population.

4/7/2014 1:33 AM
Dad speaks up with Victims’ Week
It’s not uncommon for parents to ask Thomas Boyd what they can do to keep their children safe from violence.

4/7/2014 12:00 AM
Mud Hens win first game of the season
There wasn’t any worry the Mud Hens would go winless in 2014.

4/7/2014 12:00 AM
Pacesetter teams with English club
Jimmy Walker envisions a new partnership between a local youth soccer club and a world-renown professional English club as the catalyst for a homegrown player to reach the sport's highest level.

4/7/2014 7:49 AM
5 Things You Might Have Missed: 4-07
1. Citing spending during Bell’s term, Collins says ‘no more credit cards’ for Toledo staffers

4/7/2014 1:54 AM
Tomato, Goat Cheese Omelette
A very simple and easy dish with a PointsPlus value of 2 per serving.

4/7/2014 1:23 AM
Families drawn to downtown events
Toledo’s downtown was hopping Sunday with people flocking to see the 60th annual Weak Signals Radio Control Model Exposition, a Toledo Mud Hens game, and the Toledo Symphony: Ode to Joy.

4/7/2014 12:36 AM
Library goes to voters with levy
TEMPERANCE — The new library levy Bedford Township residents are to vote on in August will cost a typical township homeowner about $22 per year, said Jodi Russ, the community librarian.