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Project aims to reduce pollution
The $1.8 million investment in a massive wetland-restoration project adjacent to Maumee Bay State Park boils down to this: Was Lou Glatzer right?

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Looser wind power rules sought
COLUMBUS — Two northwest Ohio lawmakers used a business pitch on Wednesday in hopes of persuading fellow Republicans to weaken past moves they argue stymie development of large-scale wind farms.

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Ohio primary pushed back
COLUMBUS — In a move designed to make Ohio a winner-takes-all state, the Senate on Wednesday voted along party lines to push back the state’s 2016 presidential primary election by one week.

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Council pumps the brakes
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson tried to push through a controversial project labor agreement provision this week, but was stymied by the Republicans, independents, and one of the Democrats on Toledo City Council who demanded she slow down.

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Girl charged with murder in May 2 fire in E. Toledo
A 17-year-old girl was arrested Wednesday and charged with aggravated murder in a fatal East Toledo house fire last month.

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Walk gets to heart of matter
Violet Townsend recently survived her first heart attack, and this Saturday she’ll be walking in the Greater Toledo Heart Walk to celebrate her “second chance” at life.

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Catholic school alums honored
Toledo’s late Mayor D. Michael Collins is among the Urban All-American achievement recipients, an honor from the Diocese of Toledo’s Central City Ministry to graduates of Toledo central-city Catholic elementary schools.

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Students get tour of tall ship
Seaman Alexander Weber of Canton shows students from The Maritime Academy of Toledo a cannonade during a tour Wednesday of the Brig Niagara, a tall ship that docked Tuesday at the National Museum of the Great Lakes, 1701 Front St. A group of students at the charter school spent a week on the ship in September, sailing from Erie, Pa.

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A Day in the Park’ offers activities for kids Saturday
Youth 8-14 are invited Saturday to Toledo’s first “A Day in the Park,” an all-day event that will include athletic demonstrations and sports practices at five city parks.

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Toledoan arrested for rapes in 2010
A Toledo man indicted this month after DNA evidence linked him to multiple rapes was arrested Wednesday.




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