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Updated 4 hours ago
No violence at neo-Nazi rally
An angry crowd hurled obscenities and chanted at neo-Nazis who led an hour-long rally in downtown Toledo on Saturday while a massive police force — many in riot gear — separated the two sides.

Updated 6 hours ago
Hundreds gather to remember Krueger
Hundreds of people came together Saturday at Maumee Valley Country Day School to remember Jonathan Krueger, a classmate and friend who was gunned down early Friday near the University of Kentucky campus where he attended school as a communications major.

Updated 6 hours ago
Looking down from above
In Toledo, somebody, or something, is always looking at you.

Updated 8 hours ago
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 4-19
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

Updated 9 hours ago
50-hour film winners announced
Winners of the Tree City Film Festival's 50-hour Challenge were announced Saturday at a special viewing and award ceremony at the Sylvania Historical Village’s Train Barn.

Updated 9 hours ago
Women unite to take back the night
Zoey Howard, facing the camera, hugs Lilian Briggs at the Take Back The Night event at UAW Local 12. Saturday evening’s event, which included a resource fair and program, addressed violence against women.

Updated 10 hours ago
Alternative events unite community
After weeks of urging citizens to stay away from the downtown National Socialist Movement demonstration Saturday, community leaders praised the strong turnout at alternative community events planned to divert attention away from the rally and celebrate diversity.

Updated 10 hours ago
Housing center celebrates 40 years
The Toledo Fair Housing Center celebrated 40 years Saturday with a civil rights march and mural dedication in the Old West End.

Updated 10 hours ago
New winery gets better with age
Ohio’s burgeoning wine industry is both one of the largest and the fastest-growing in the nation. But rather than learning the craft at renowned universities, a number of the state’s most successful newcomers perfected their skills through trial and error in their own kitchens.

Updated 10 hours ago
Business Notebook: 4-19

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