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Traffic-information signs to display safety messages
BOWLING GREEN — Programmable signs along Ohio freeways will start showing safety messages this weekend when authorities don’t need them to convey traffic or construction information to motorists.

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Congestion will slow holiday traffic
Planning on using Miami Street to watch Toledo’s Fourth of July fireworks this weekend?

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Work on Trail starts next week
Preliminary work on rebuilding two busy Anthony Wayne Trail intersections will start next week, but significant lane closings aren’t planned until the following week, a state official said Wednesday.  

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Anti-trust issue aims squarely at marijuana
COLUMBUS — Lawmakers’ last-minute measure to block the writing of monopolies into the Ohio Constitution now takes direct aim at this year’s likely vote on legalizing marijuana.

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Local bankruptcies fall again
Bankruptcies in the Toledo area dropped again last month, marking the 25th straight month of no increase in filings.

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Fourth of July schedule and closings
Toledo, county, state, and federal government offices will be closed Friday in observance of Independence Day, as are city offices and courts in Oregon, Maumee, Perrysburg, and Sylvania.

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Matzinger Rd. closed at crossing
Railroad crossing repairs will close Matzinger Road at the Ann Arbor Railroad and CSX Transportation tracks west of Enterprise Boulevard today and Friday, the city transportation division announced.

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Accomplice in robbery sentenced to 18 months
The first of three people convicted in the armed robbery of a woman March 10 outside Franklin Park Mall has been sentenced to 18 months in prison by Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Dean Mandros.

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Northwest police station renamed for late mayor
Family and friends of the late Mayor D. Michael Collins gathered Wednesday for a ceremony renaming the city’s northwest district police station in his honor.

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Treasurer’s office begins to mail real estate tax bills
The Lucas County Treasurer’s Office has begun to mail the real estate tax bills for the second half of 2014.




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