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How They Voted: 2/25 - 2018-02-25T05:16:53Z
A look at recent actions in the U.S. Congress and in the Ohio General Assembly and how lawmakers representing the area voted.
Business Notebook: 2/25 - 2018-02-25T05:00:00Z
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 2/25 - 2018-02-25T05:00:00Z
The dogs pictured above are newly available for adoption at Lucas County Canine Care & Control, 410 S. Erie St., Toledo. Listed are the name, breed, sex, and impound number. For information, call 419-213-2800. For a complete list of dogs available for adoption, go to lucascountydogs.petfinder.com.
Carl F. Dorcas (1926-2018) - 2018-02-25T05:00:00Z
Carl F. Dorcas, a lawyer who was chairman of the charter commission when Sylvania became a city and later served as law director, died Feb. 14 in Kingston Residence of Sylvania. He was 91.
Michigan boy arrested for making threats against Whiteford High School - 2018-02-25T02:57:20Z
OTTAWA LAKE, Mich. — A 14-year-old boy who attends Whiteford High School was arrested for making terroristic threats toward a school, Monroe County Sheriff Dale Malone announced in a statement Saturday.
Raising hell: Penta students work with endangered species - 2018-02-25T01:18:37Z
Ask any group of high school girls to handle slimy, squishy, squirmy, wrinkly-skinned and beady-eyed amphibians day after day, and to do so with extreme care while donning lab coats, special shoes, and making sure they have no lotion or perfume on their hands — that might cause them to collectively cringe.
New historic preservation group forms in Toledo - 2018-02-24T22:00:46Z
About a dozen Toledoans gathered at the corner of Nebraska and Junction avenues to shower a long-vacant church with love.
The mayor embraces optimism - 2018-02-24T22:45:00Z
In his first State of the City address last Thursday night, Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz trained a spotlight on the attributes of a great city — and in so doing gave Toledoans a kind of measuring stick for the city and its mayor.
One dead after two-car crash - 2018-02-24T14:39:31Z
One person is dead and two others are injured after a two-vehicle crash Friday night.
Jerry Jones (1941-2018) - 2018-02-24T05:00:00Z
Jerry Jones, who developed communitywide contacts through decades of business acumen, civic mindedness, and warm enthusiasm, died Friday in the Cleveland Clinic. He was 76.
Ohio Highway Patrol announces awards - 2018-02-24T06:00:32Z
Several Ohio Highway Patrol employees from northwest Ohio were recipients of 2017 Leadership Awards announced Friday.
Leaf collection, crane to close city streets - 2018-02-24T05:50:11Z
Part of River Road in Toledo will be closed intermittently starting Saturday for leaf collection, the city transportation division announced.
Oregon City Schools to host safety forum - 2018-02-24T05:45:08Z
Oregon City Schools will host a safety forum with school officials and local police at Clay High School Monday.
Andersons, La-Z-Boy announce quarterly dividends - 2018-02-24T05:40:47Z
Two large area companies announced quarterly dividends Friday.
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 2/24 - 2018-02-24T05:00:00Z
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800. For a complete list of available dogs, go to lucascountydogs.petfinder.com. A $100 adoption fee includes spay-neuter, a heartworm check, microchip ID, vaccinations, and a behavioral evaluation.
Daily Log: 2/24 - 2018-02-24T05:00:00Z
Suburban Crime Log: 2/24 - 2018-02-24T05:00:00Z
View The Blade’s interactive crime map
They saw and said something - 2018-02-24T22:15:00Z
If not for a pair of Toledo children, their dad, and the Toledo Police Department, the city might have been the scene of another school shooting last week.
To the editor: 'Support for the Second Amendment' is a smoke screen - 2018-02-24T22:00:00Z
Once again we hear the cries for our government leaders to do something to quell the gun violence in this country. Most will focus on efforts to keep the guns out of the hands of the mentally ill, terrorists, etc. These cries will be heard in spite of the fact that psychological research tells us that mental health professionals, or police officials, are not very good at predicting who will commit either one-on-one or mass gun violence.
Religious Offerings: 2/24 - 2018-02-24T05:00:00Z
‘His Last Days’
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