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Man sought in West Toledo heist
An unidentified man robbed a West Toledo gas station Sunday, Toledo police said.

Updated 2 hours ago
2 from area receive state appointments
COLUMBUS — Eric J. Zgodzinski, environmental health director for the Lucas County Department of Health, was recently appointed by Gov. John Kasich to the Ohio Manufactured Homes Commission through 2018.

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Girl, 10, among 3 dead in Youngstown blaze
YOUNGSTOWN — When an explosion awoke Jean McCammon shortly before 4 a.m. Monday and she saw flames shooting from a house across the street, she knew almost immediately that no one inside had survived.

Updated 2 hours ago
Falcons still thinking fast
BOWLING GREEN — Last year every practice at Bowling Green State University included staples such as footballs, cones, tackling pads and garbage cans.

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A journey of a lifetime
The Appalachian Trail is a 2,185-mile footpath that traces a meandering route from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine. It is the people’s parkway, managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, a gaggle of state agencies, and an army of volunteers.

Updated 3 hours ago
Children strike up the band on Monday
A children’s music clinic conducted by the U.S. Army Field Band Saxophone Quartet was held on Monday at Greenwood Elementary School in Toledo.

Updated 3 hours ago
Ford praised as a civil servant
The late Toledo Councilman Jack Ford was remembered on Monday as a visionary and servant of the people who wielded a combination of knowledge, stoicism, and wit.

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Family seeks probe into man's death
Family members of a man who died in Toledo police custody demanded Monday a thorough investigation of the events preceding his death.

Updated 3 hours ago
Lawsuit dismissed over flooding
A class-action lawsuit that two residents of the Shantee Creek District filed against the city of Toledo seven years ago over flooding from a massive 2006 downpour has been dismissed by Judge Gary G. Cook of Lucas County Common Pleas Court.

Updated 3 hours ago
N-Viro enters deal in China
A Sylvania Township company is getting closer to seeing its technology put to use in China.




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