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Crash briefly snarls I-75 near East Toledo
An crash involving a car and a tractor-trailer rig tied up traffic on southbound I-75 near East Toledo and Rossford today, authorities said.


Updated 2 hours ago
Sylvania 8th grader lives dream
Lately, Patrick Andres, an eighth grader at McCord Junior High School in Sylvania, has found himself in some interesting places with some interesting, and very tall, people.

Updated 3 hours ago
Walleye fest starts Port Clinton's summer
PORT CLINTON — As school buses passed down East Perry Street one afternoon last week, children were glued to the windows to get a glance at carnival rides and games being set up.

Updated 3 hours ago
Students urged to stand up to injustice
Perrysburg High School marked its 150th graduation ceremony Sunday with remarks from an esteemed historian and a class president who had to improvise when part of her speech turned up missing.

Updated 4 hours ago
Mobile cuisine drives into Maumee
Workers and visitors to Maumee’s Arrowhead Park area will soon see some new lunchtime dining options.

Updated 4 hours ago
Building inspection fees may rise
The Hicks-Hudson administration is considering increasing fees for building inspections, and groups representing contractors are actually agreeable to the changes.

Updated 4 hours ago
Toledo police identify 2 shooting victims
One person was taken to a local hospital today after a reported shooting.

Updated 4 hours ago
Wedding bells ring in storefront
When Jessica Kozak challenged two good friends to tie the knot, she promised she’d perform the ceremony if they just did it.

Updated 5 hours ago
Hard times spark wistful closing
TEMPERANCE — Owners of Hachman Hardware and Feed say that some of their customers used to pull up in a horse and buggy when it first opened in the early 1930s.




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