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Harry D. Myers (1918-2016) - 2016-07-29T04:00:00Z
Harry D. Myers, a retired district marketing manager with Columbia Gas of Ohio whose bonhomie fueled a career in sales and marketing and leadership roles in civic and service organizations, died Tuesday in Lakes of Monclova Health Campus in Monclova Township, where he lived for about four years. He was 98.
Suspect in death of Bruck to be evaluated - 2016-07-29T04:05:34Z
MONROE — The Frenchtown Township man accused of killing Chelsea Bruck will undergo an evaluation to determine if he is competent to stand trial.
DUI checkpoints planned - 2016-07-29T15:04:05Z
The Lucas County Operating Vehicles Intoxicated Task Force will hold two sobriety checkpoints late today.
Worley home evidence hints at more victims - 2016-07-29T04:00:00Z
WAUSEON — A hidden room containing restraints and a freezer with blood inside, discovered on James D. Worley’s property, suggested to investigators that the man charged in the abduction and death of Sierah Joughin might have had other victims.
Monteith skating from Sylvania to Germany - 2016-07-29T04:24:39Z
Hockey has already provided Sylvania native Mychal Monteith with opportunities he will always cherish, and now the sport will take him overseas to Europe.
2 Toledo officials to leave jobs - 2016-07-29T04:11:00Z
In an administrative shakeup that caught some councilmen off guard, two of the city’s top officials will depart from their positions effective immediately, Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson announced Thursday afternoon.
County looks to start needle swap program - 2016-07-29T04:00:00Z
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department will soon begin a local needle exchange program aimed at preventing intravenous drug users from contracting HIV or Hepatitis C.
Symphony names Jobin resident conductor - 2016-07-29T04:00:00Z
Sara Jobin, associate conductor of the Toledo Opera, has been named the resident conductor of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons.
I-75 lane closures in Mich. will end soon - 2016-07-29T05:30:27Z
MONROE — Full-time lane closings associated with I-75 reconstruction between Monroe and I-275 are nearing their end.
Clinton's nomination makes history - 2016-07-29T04:00:14Z
PHILADELPHIA — Eight years after being forced to set aside her own Oval Office ambitions to make way for a breakout political star named Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton on Thursday accepted the Democratic nomination for president.
‘Bourne’ again: Damon-driven franchise returns - 2016-07-29T04:00:00Z
After a near-decade absence from the big screen, Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is back, with a mission inspired by our post-Edward Snowden world and the contentious debate of online privacy vs. protection.
BG picked to claim 4th straight MAC East crown - 2016-07-29T04:25:34Z
DETROIT — Over the past three seasons, the Bowling Green State University football team has been the Beast of the East.
Rockets return with new coaching staff - 2016-07-29T04:25:51Z
DETROIT — The University of Toledo football team was on the cusp last season of making the Mid-American Conference championship game for the first time since 2004.
Springer calls out Trump at meeting of Ohio delegates - 2016-07-29T05:17:02Z
PHILADELPHIA — When labor heavyweight Richard Trumka asked the Ohio delegation at the Democratic National Convention Thursday who felt their wages were too high to make a point about Republican nominee Donald Trump, one hand went up.
Ohioans aren’t front, center at either convention - 2016-07-29T05:13:05Z
PHILADELPHIA — Ohioans are used to being treated as the center of the universe at political conventions because, well, the battleground state has seemingly been the center of the universe for presidential campaigns.
Children learn how their garden grows - 2016-07-29T05:43:30Z
Toledo GROWS youth educator Hannah Halfhill shows a zucchini to Tyrina Franklin, 7, right, and the other gardeners taking part in Gardenmania, a program at the Community Garden at the Mott Branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library. Program participants teamed with Toledo GROWS to harvest some of their produce at the library Thursday.
Ship heads out of Toledo - 2016-07-29T05:40:50Z
The Federal Welland is guided through the Martin Luther King bridge in downtown Toledo to go on to its next stop.
Toledoan to run for Boehner’s district - 2016-07-29T05:39:13Z
Steve Fought, a former press secretary for U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D., Toledo), filed Thursday to run for former Speaker of the House John Boehner’s congressional district.
Grossman will retire from county medical post - 2016-07-29T05:36:38Z
Dr. David Grossman, the former Lucas County health commissioner, will soon retire from his most recent position as medical director but he won’t be leaving the health department.
It’s a different world inside the Wells Fargo Center - 2016-07-29T05:07:37Z
PHILADELPHIA — Inside the Wells Fargo Center, you cannot only hear the speeches given during the Democratic National Convention, but read them on the wall.
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