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Toledo year in review 2014
Forty-seven years after San Francisco’s Summer of Love, Toledo had what can best be described as the Summer of Algae. Although 2014 began with a bang — one of the roughest winters in memory — the story that really put Toledo in the international spotlight was an all-too-familiar green menace. Western Lake Erie’s algae grew thicker and thicker as summer kicked in and fouled tap water for the metro region’s 500,000 residents.
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Surprises to unfold
Toledo artist makes Winterfest cut with snowflake-making workshop.
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Board creates ‘Tyler’s Travel Pass’ …
Special-needs residents to get into events free.
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Winterfest aids downtown businesses …
Officials expect visitors to spend $2 million or more.
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