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5/14/2014 12:29 AM
Sylvania teacher probe ongoing
Sylvania Schools’ investigation into a reported inappropriate relationship between a female teacher and a male teenage student is expected to conclude within a week, officials said.


5/14/2014 12:00 AM
Cooler, wet conditions in the forecast
After three days of summerlike conditions, local weather will become more springlike for the next few days — as in, early spring.

5/14/2014 12:00 AM
C-SPAN bus to make 
a stop downtown today
The C-SPAN bus will be in Toledo today, giving the public a chance to learn about the TV network’s 24-hour public affairs programming.

5/14/2014 12:00 AM
Lucas Co. commission 
seeks members to serve
Lucas County commissioners are seeking applicants to serve two-year terms on the Toledo/ Lucas County Commission on Disabilities.

5/14/2014 12:00 AM
Man indicted in death 
of his housemate, 51
A Toledo man charged with beating his housemate to death then leaving his body on a railroad track was indicted Tuesday by a Lucas County grand jury.

5/14/2014 12:00 AM
Ex-McDonald’s worker guilty in debit-card theft
A jury in Lucas County Common Pleas Court returned three guilty verdicts Tuesday against a former McDonald’s employee who stole debit-card information from a customer.

5/14/2014 12:00 AM
Toledo man guilty in east-side arson attempt
A Toledo man is to be sentenced May 28 on two counts of attempted aggravated arson for a fire he set at an east side home.

5/14/2014 12:00 AM
3rd place for Northview's rocketry
Northview High School’s junior engineer students blasted their competitors in the national rocketry competition held in Washington over the weekend, landing third place for outshining others in a model rocket launch.

5/13/2014 12:21 PM
Perrysburg headed toward levy
Faced with questions about adding on to the junior high or using the administration building, the Perrysburg Board of Education at a special meeting early today seemed intent on pursuing a levy to build a new school to house fifth and sixth graders.