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Theriault preps for ARCA run, Menards 200 - 2017-03-29T05:23:30Z
Automobile Racing Club of America driver Austin Theriault and racing icon Ken Schrader were together again as special guests at the 19th annual ARCA news conference on Tuesday at Hollywood Casino Toledo.
Globke motors along, gives Walleye a spark - 2017-03-29T04:03:46Z
On a team loaded with gifted goal scorers, Walleye rookie Alex Globke has embraced his role as an energy guy.
Annual Polish festival canceled for this year - 2017-03-29T05:02:47Z
The smoky smell of kielbasa and lively sound of polka music that has enveloped Lagrange Street for a weekend every July for decades will be missing this summer.
BGSU professor suspended over erotic literature - 2017-03-29T05:13:33Z
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Inspector General’s Office has asked the Wood County prosecutor to look into erotic literature a Bowling Green State University researcher inadvertently turned over to the state on a flash drive.
Interview request stirs up debate - 2017-03-29T05:01:09Z
A Toledo councilman’s request to conduct in-person interviews of mayoral appointees stirred up a firestorm Tuesday, pitting some against each other and sparking a debate if such interviews may be held.
2 local lawyers seek municipal court seat - 2017-03-29T04:56:27Z
Toledo lawyer Nicole Khoury announced Tuesday she plans to run for an open seat on Toledo Municipal Court.
Oregon man sentenced in stepson’s death - 2017-03-29T04:53:48Z
An Oregon man who contended he fatally shot his stepson in self-defense was sentenced Tuesday in Lucas County Common Pleas Court to 12 years in prison.
Communications of Fostoria coach and student investigated - 2017-03-29T04:50:16Z
FOSTORIA — Police are investigating a report of inappropriate communications last year between an assistant athletic coach in the Fostoria school district and a student.
Group is seeking an independent panel on Russia - 2017-03-29T04:48:25Z
Members of Indivisible Toledo delivered hundreds of signatures to U.S. Sen. Rob Portman’s downtown Toledo office Tuesday asking for an independent bipartisan commission to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Proposals could cut fundingto libraries - 2017-03-29T04:43:48Z
Proposed federal and state budget cuts could equate to significant funding losses for area libraries.
Kasich calls for health-care flexibility - 2017-03-29T04:40:09Z
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday told advocates for those with mental health issues that while governors should have flexibility when it comes to providing health care for their citizens, coverage for the mentally ill and addicted should remain mandates.
$5 grows to $1,000 in student’s project - 2017-03-29T04:00:00Z
Brayden Stuard sat down with pen and paper to produce the most good from a $5 bill.
Sandusky city hall to move - 2017-03-29T04:37:09Z
SANDUSKY — City hall is moving downtown.
Ford to build data center at Flat Rock, Mich., plant - 2017-03-29T04:00:00Z
Ford Motor Co. plans to build a $200-million data center on the campus of its Flat Rock, Mich., assembly plant this summer as the automaker dives deeper into new mobility services and connected cars.
Generals look for 5-star year - 2017-03-29T04:03:20Z
Midway through the 2016 high school baseball season, Anthony Wayne was at a crossroads at 11-6 overall.
OSU hopes Hilliard can shed history of injuries - 2017-03-29T04:02:10Z
COLUMBUS — Justin Hilliard’s commitment to Ohio State in July of 2014 was cause for celebration in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 3-29 - 2017-03-29T04:00:00Z
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: 3-29 - 2017-03-29T04:00:00Z
Husted suspends GOP board of elections member, nixes appointment - 2017-03-29T04:00:00Z
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted on Tuesday attempted to halt what he sees as the Lucas County Board of Elections being dragged back to the “dysfunction” of previous years, suspending a Republican board member and blocking a Republican appointment.
Dr. Robert L. Bay (1919-2017) - 2017-03-29T04:00:00Z
DELTA, Ohio — Dr. Robert L. “Doc” Bay, a veterinarian with a diverse base of patients, from farm animals to household companions, who was honored for his wide-ranging and longstanding community service, died Saturday at his home. He was 97.
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