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Refurbished Hayes Center marks reopening - 2016-05-30T04:22:41Z
Thousands attend Memorial Day events in Toledo area - 2016-05-30T21:56:43Z
Thousands of people attended Memorial Day parades and ceremonies across the region today to honor those who died in service to the United States.
Nuclear plants need boost to stay open - 2016-05-30T04:32:52Z
Make no mistake: America’s nuclear industry is in trouble.
Toledo teen fatally struck by vehicle - 2016-05-30T13:17:29Z
Note: This story has been edited to reflect that the victim was a teenage girl.
Mud Hens' Chad Bell lauded by IL - 2016-05-30T15:44:01Z
Mud Hens LHP Chad Bell was named International League pitcher of the week, the league announced today.
Monday Memories: Memorial Day - 2016-05-30T04:00:00Z
Memorial Day, May 30, 1940, was on a Thursday, and featured one of the finest military parades Toledo had seen in years.
Pair of bridges over I-75 to close - 2016-05-30T04:28:24Z
While partial barrier-wall removal signals progress for the I-75 reconstruction project near downtown Toledo, an Ohio Department of Transportation spokesman said Friday the work between Dorr Street and the “Jeep Split” still has about two months to go.
Students helped story morph into final book - 2016-05-30T04:17:35Z
The tale of a caterpillar who wants to fly burst to life from the imaginations of Glenwood Elementary School students, who reconnected last week with the author who sought their input to create the children’s book.
Rossford to upgrade gun range - 2016-05-30T04:00:00Z
Police officers in Rossford and some surrounding areas will soon have a new and improved place to practice shooting their firearms.
Spencer Twp. fire deal raising ire - 2016-05-30T04:00:00Z
Carl Arnold was promoted to fire chief of the Spencer Township Fire Department in December, describing the position as the best job in the world. Four months later, his dream is unraveling.
Restaurant inspections 5-30 - 2016-05-30T04:00:00Z
Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.
Treasurer honored with state award - 2016-05-30T04:00:00Z
When Sylvania City School District officials use the term “superstar,” they aren’t referring to LeBron James.
Maumee’s tourney run ends in regional final - 2016-05-30T04:45:04Z
BUCYRUS — Maumee simply ran into a hitting-and-pitching machine as its season ended Sunday in a Division II softball regional championship game.
Fat Jacks wall honors veterans - 2016-05-30T04:00:00Z
About a month ago a few patrons of Fat Jacks who were searching for a way to honor loved ones who had served in the U.S. military came up with an idea they called “the wall.”
University changing to hybrid police force - 2016-05-30T04:13:19Z
FINDLAY — When students arrive at the University of Findlay for fall classes, they’ll come to a campus patrolled, for the first time, by sworn school police officers.
Unidentified man found shot, dies at hospital - 2016-05-30T04:10:30Z
Authorities have not released the name of a 26-year-old man who died in a local hospital after he was found shot near the I-75 overpass at the Collingwood Boulevard exit Saturday.
City council to look at budget-review plan - 2016-05-30T04:07:29Z
Toledo City Council on Tuesday will review a proposal to spend up to $94,500 for an independent review of city budgeting practices.
UT observatory will offer viewings of Mars - 2016-05-30T04:06:16Z
Astronomy buffs can view Mars as the planet makes its closest approach to the Earth in more than 10 years from the renovated Brooks Observatory at the University of Toledo.
Toledo police to meet with residents in parks - 2016-05-30T04:04:02Z
Toledo police will meet with residents at upcoming “Police in the Park” events.
Bedford farmers’ market continues to grow - 2016-05-30T04:00:00Z
LAMBERTVILLE — The Bedford Farmers’ Market began its third year of operation earlier this month, but this year could be the biggest yet.
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