Community rallies around Sylvania Township family.
Kenny Heschel uses a loader to pour cold asphalt into a Bagela to melt it as recycled asphalt at the Holcomb Enterprises facility in Northwood. The resulting hot asphalt was being used by City of Toledo employees to fill potholes Friday on the
Clogged water drain caused lane closures at Wildwood Preserve Metropark.
Perrysburg students take advantage of semester incentive.
Kathleen Moorman, left, of Toledo and Nadia Packard of Sylvania view ‘The Thinker,’ a bronze sculpture by Auguste Rodin, during a flashlight tour at the Toledo Museum of Art.
Amy Hartnett Northrup smiles at Yvan Youan, 4, at the home the pair share with Amy’s husband, Reeves Northrup, in Toledo. The couple have cared for Yvan since April. He arrived in the United States in January from his native Ivory Coast for
Dwayne Garrett uses a front loader to fill one of the leaf trucks at the corner of Snowden and Sulgrave drives in Toledo as leaf collection resumed. It was suspended from the earlier snowfall.
Ann Hannah, 66, and Al Cizauskas, 70, exchanged rings during their Saturday wedding in the chapel at St. Charles Mercy Medical Center in Oregon. PHOTO GALLERY: Getting married for Christmas Mr. Cizauskas has end-stage pancreatic cancer, and
Nancy Dais of Toledo sings ‘Silent Night’ by candlelight with John Roth, back left, and Bill Reas, back right, and other members of the congregation during the Redeemer Lutheran Church Christmas Eve service in Toledo. PHOTO
Chet Mason of Toledo grills chicken at Adams and 16th streets on Christmas Eve for anyone who wants something to eat. “Me selling food is a sin,” he said, adding that he cooks food to give away throughout the year.