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Lucas Co., city over $3M apart in negotiations
Lucas County Commissioner Pete Gerken said the county needs a $6.75 million annual commitment from the city of Toledo to construct a new jail that would include beds for inmates now serving sentences at the regional jail near Stryker, Ohio.

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TARTA riders can stock up
TARTA passengers who use bus tokens or weekly or monthly passes to pay their fares will be able to stock up ahead of a likely fare increase, but paratransit riders’ multiride tickets will be valid at current rates only through the end of July, the agency’s top official said Thursday.

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Free mammograms offered in area
ProMedica and Susan G. Komen Northwest Ohio will sponsor free breast-cancer screenings for people ages 40 to 64 who have no insurance or high insurance deductibles. Participants must not have had a mammogram in the last 24 months.

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UT board makes nomination
Sharon Speyer, vice chairman of the University of Toledo board of trustees for two years, has been nominated to be its next chairman.

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Upton Avenue closed for work until June 5
Sewer work that closed part of Upton Avenue on Thursday will continue through next week, the city transportation division announced.

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Toledo police officer has unpaid suspension
A Toledo police officer who accidentally shot his friend in January has been ordered to serve an unpaid suspension.

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Patrol plans Fulton Co. traffic blitz for June
WAUSEON — The Ohio Highway Patrol will conduct a traffic blitz in Fulton County in June, authorities said.

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ProMedica on ‘great health systems’ list
Toledo-based ProMedica is one of four Ohio nonprofit health systems to make Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of “50 Great Health Systems to Know.”

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Area steel processor firm’s leader to leave
LEIPSIC, Ohio — The president of steel processor PRO-TEC Coating Co. has announced he is stepping down at the end the month.

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Mayor to revise her proposal
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson apologized to Toledo City Council on Thursday for trying to push through a controversial project labor agreement provision this week and promised her proposal would be revised.

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