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Official in charge of recruiting to leave
Cam Cruickshank, the University of Toledo senior administrator in charge of enrollment during a time when UT’s student numbers tumbled, will soon leave the university.

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Sidewalk still impassable
It took more than two months for a Toledo building owner to clear a small central Toledo street after the building collapsed.

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Spencer trustee wants TARTA service to return
A little less than two years after his community voted, by a narrow margin, to withdraw from the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority, a Spencer Township trustee has asked TARTA to consider providing bus service there on a contract basis.

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Bell, Ferner last of 7 to file for mayor
Former Mayor Mike Bell and former city Councilman Mike Ferner filed signatures Friday to become the last of seven candidates planning to run for mayor of Toledo on Nov. 3.

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TARTA revamps bus routes, mainly for workers
New bus schedules that take effect Sunday will include beefed-up service on several Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority commuter routes, agency officials said.

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Manziel’s status still uncertain
CLEVELAND — Johnny Tennis Ball just doesn’t sound right.

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Columbia Gas reduces rates
Columbia Gas of Ohio Inc. said Friday that its September residential rate for its natural gas customers will be 39 cents per 100 cubic feet, down 3 cents from August, and down 14 cents from a year ago.

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Man accused of pointing gun at health inspector in Rossford
A Rossford man who allegedly pointed a shotgun at a Wood County Health Department inspector was arrested Friday and charged with weapons possession under disability and aggravated menacing.

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Marijuana plants seized in Seneca Co. sweep
TIFFIN — Marijuana plants worth an estimated $250,000 were seized this week throughout Seneca County, authorities said.

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Smart phone voice systems easy
LOS ANGELES — Playing deejay with voice commands will get easier for more Americans this fall as some best-selling cars get updated with software that integrates smart phones into the dashboard.




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