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Richard J. Kwapich (1938-2017) - 2017-11-19T05:00:00Z
Richard J. Kwapich, an Air Force veteran and a former Wayne, Mich. police officer, died Thursday at ProMedica Toledo Hospital. He was 79.

I-75, I-475/U.S. 23 slated for lane closures - 2017-11-19T05:44:50Z
The Ohio Department of Transportation announced lane closings Sunday night for pavement inspections on two local freeway sections.

GALLERY: #METOO rally in UpTown - 2017-11-19T05:40:59Z
About 30 people turned out to share stories and hold signs to raise awareness about sexual assault and harassment at a #METOO rally at Handmade Toledo in UpTown Toledo. Attendees also signed their stories to a large yellow banner, which will be displayed at the Collingwood Arts Center. The hashtag began on Twitter, with women sharing their personal stories of survival of sexual assault and harassment. Scroll through the slideshow above for more photos. 

Detroit friar beatified before 65,000 witnesses - 2017-11-19T05:00:00Z
DETROIT — A papal representative praised Blessed Solanus Casey for his exemplary love of God and neighbor on Saturday, when the late friar was beatified at a large-scale ceremony at Ford Field.

Business Notebook: 11/19 - 2017-11-19T05:00:00Z

Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 11/19 - 2017-11-19T05:00:00Z
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

Toledo Zoo's decision to drop preschool program irks parents - 2017-11-19T05:27:25Z
The Toledo Zoo’s decision not to reopen its preschool and instead offer “mission driven” programming to existing area preschools has some parents feeling misled.

Experts: Great Lakes' water health having a ‘mid-life crisis’ - 2017-11-19T05:00:00Z
The hostility from President Trump’s environmental adversaries is hardly without precedent in the Great Lakes region: For nearly a decade, when Stephen Harper served as Canada’s prime minister from 2006 to 2015, there were reports of muzzled scientists, lawlessness among polluters, and regulators unable to do meaningful enforcement because their agencies had become so budget-strapped.

Truck crashes, catches fire near Fremont - 2017-11-18T18:41:35Z

Unfulfilled growth for Maumee retail site - 2017-11-19T05:08:04Z
Amid fanfare and excitement, the Shops at Fallen Timbers "lifestyle center" in Maumee opened 10 years ago with a core of 40 retailers and a promise that more would come.

'Living' Appliance Center opens in Sylvania - 2017-11-18T23:19:33Z
The faucets on display all turned on, and the stove tops definitely worked, proven by a chef Saturday cooking up fresh lunches for shoppers at the new “Living” Appliance Center in Sylvania.

Northview grad dots 'i' on Ohio State senior day - 2017-11-19T02:57:42Z
COLUMBUS — Twelve years ago, Mitch Kahn came home from a percussion rehearsal and announced he had a change of heart.

Man shot, killed overnight in West Toledo - 2017-11-18T16:29:27Z
A man was shot and killed in West Toledo early Saturday morning.

Toledo theater has nurtured love of the stage since 1933 - 2017-11-18T11:00:00Z
On April 16, 1933, Fred S. Emmett wrote to six others with a big idea, the creation of a “little theatre” here. The group got together on April 23, and the Toledo Repertoire Company was born.

Bowling Green holiday parade canceled - 2017-11-18T15:32:13Z
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce has announced that its holiday parade has been canceled.

Tractor-trailer crashes at I-475/U.S. 23 split in Sylvania Township - 2017-11-18T20:15:12Z
A tractor-trailer crash is tying up traffic on southbound U.S. 23 at the I-475 junction in Sylvania Township.

Toledo Symphony delivers another crowd-pleaser with passion, color - 2017-11-18T16:38:04Z
Last evening, the Toledo Symphony hit the ball out of the park with yet another stellar performance. On the podium, guest conductor Norwegian Rune Bergmann led a passionately colorful program which could be said to be nothing but a complete crowd-pleaser.

Water main project to close Jackson St. - 2017-11-18T07:22:47Z
Ongoing water main replacement will close westbound Jackson Street at Erie Street for one week, starting Sunday evening, the city transportation division announced.

Swanton Middle School will have water stations - 2017-11-18T07:17:20Z
SWANTON — Swanton Middle School is among 54 schools in Ohio that soon will have two new combination water fountains and bottle-filling stations installed through a program designed to encourage children to drink more water during the school day.

Perrysburg Schools selected for award - 2017-11-18T07:15:01Z
Ohio’s State Board of Education awarded Perrysburg Schools a 2016-2017 Momentum Award.

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