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Blade wins Golden Touchstone
Team coverage of Toledo’s water crisis in 2014 brought top journalism honors Thursday to the staffs of The Blade and WTVG-TV, Channel 13, at the Press Club of Toledo’s annual Touchstone Awards.

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Ex-chief guilty of misdemeanor
PORT CLINTON — Former Put-in-Bay Police Chief Ric Lampela’s conduct didn’t reach the level of menacing, much less aggravated menacing, when he pointed a gun at one of the department’s officers five years ago during a quiz about the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment, a judge ruled Thursday.

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Local priest headed to Vatican
The Rev. Walter “Tad” Oxley, a priest from the Diocese of Toledo, has been appointed to serve in the Vatican as an official for the doctrinal section of the Holy See’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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FLOC graduates its second class
The FLOC Homies Union, a youth leadership program that emphasizes community organizing and job skills, continues to grow and recently graduated its second class of young leaders.

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'Pit bull' fighting for its life
Frank is fighting for his life.

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Municipal judge sues Maumee over funding
Judge Gary Byers of Maumee Municipal Court has filed a lawsuit against the City of Maumee for not completely funding his 2015 court budget.

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Toledo city offices and those in Sylvania  will be closed Monday in observance of Columbus Day, as will Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicle deputy registrar sites.

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Algae costly to tourism industry
GYPSUM, Ohio — While Lakeside Chautauqua offers a wide range of events and recreational activities, one need look no further than its name to grasp Lake Erie’s significance to the eastern Ottawa County resort and cultural center.

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Poll: Ohioans support pot use
COLUMBUS — A poll released Thursday showed that more than half of Ohio voters believe that adults’ personal use of small amounts of marijuana should be legal.

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Hicks-Hudson cites experience
Fifth in a series of Toledo mayoral profiles

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