NW population declining, but grads plan to return
Keeping local grads and attracting new workers is key for growth in Northwest Ohio.
Port Authority to put levy request on November ballot
The board of directors officially decided today to put a five year tax levy on the November 5th ballot.
Piano duo to perform at Trinity church
Like the 1932 hit song, pianists Wayne Anthony and Charles Brown say they keep trying to end their long and fruitful artistic relationship.
'Urinetown' aims to make you smile
The cast of 3B Productions' presentation of 'Urinetown the Musical' rehearses for shows today through Sunday at the Maumee Indoor Theater.
Wed May 22, 2013
Maumee doctor's trial delayed
A Maumee doctor facing 30 drug charges was set to go on trial Wednesday, but the trial was pushed back until next month.
Rollover accident on Eb I-475 near Corey Rd
Toledo Police are on the scene of a rollover accident on I-475 between Corey Road and Talmadge Road after a vehicle lost control and flipped over into a ditch.
Fri May 17, 2013
Heavy rain heightens Lake Erie algae worries
Heavy rain this year in northwestern Ohio has nearly doubled the average amount of phosphorus that washes off farm fields each spring and flows down the Maumee River to Lake Erie.
Thu May 16, 2013
A Priest for Forty Hours
St. Joseph Parish in Maumee, Ohio posted this note to their Facebook page on Wednesday : As many of you know, our seminarian Deacon Scott Carroll has been battling cancer for some time.
Tue May 14, 2013
2014: Tiffin Calvert to join TAAC
Tiffin Calvert has been accepted as the ninth full-time member of the Toledo Area Athletic Conference, and will begin competing in boys and girls sports in the conference during the 2014-15 school year.
Choir lends voices at hospices
Thresh old Choir members, from left, Teresa Teifke, Joyce Treat, Lynne Dunlap, Marie Wolfram, Amey Raihala, and Theresa Kusner sing to people who are terminally ill at two local hospice centers.
Sat May 11, 2013
18-year teacher fulfilled dream to be a priest
The Rev. Scott R. Carroll, who sustained his interest in becoming a Roman Catholic priest through an 18-year career as a middle school teacher and coach, died Friday in the Maumee home of his father, Robert.
Fri May 10, 2013
Frozen yogurt shop opens
A downtown space at 117 Louisiana Ave. that had been a travel agency opens today to the public as a frozen yogurt shop.
Always ready with a helping paw
Hannah Hagman, 5, looks up at her brother Connor's new therapy dog, Murray, during the Assistance Dogs for Achieving Independence's spring graduation Thursday in Maumee.
Thu May 09, 2013
Knowing the Ropes
A performer entertains the crowd at the Piccadilly Circus at the Lucas County Recreation Center in Maumee.
Wed May 08, 2013
Packo's, Burger King exec dies
Robert G. Bennett, who founded one of the largest food franchise firms in the Toledo area and who rode to the rescue nearly two years ago and bought Tony Packo's, the legendary Toledo restaurant group, died Wednesday in the Cleveland Clinic.
Meet Suka and Sakari, the Zoo's Newly Named Polar Bear Cubs
The Toledo Zoo's twin polar bear cubs are ready to make their big splash - starting with new names! After nearly 3,000 entries in the Zoo's naming contest, Suka won by more than 400 votes; Sakari won by more than 750 votes.
City director aided growth in Maumee
F. Joseph Cory, who was Maumee's Mr. Infrastructure, overseeing streets and sidewalks, water and sewer lines, parks and trees, and refuse collection as city service director, died Tuesday in Ridgewood Manor, where he had lived since 2006.
Tue May 07, 2013
Finding therapy in the garden
Laura Schetter next to a fish tank with tilapia. On top is a garden. The water from the tank goes into the garden, where the roots of the plants clean the water which is then returned to the tank.
Mon May 06, 2013
Driver guilty in October fatal crash
A Toledo native who was behind the wheel the night his best friend died in a car crash pleaded no contest Monday to one count of aggravated vehicular homicide.
72 to play in High School Band Day
At 7 p.m. today 72 of the area's honored high school band musicians will be performing at Owens Community College for Owens High School Band Honors Day after 10 hours of preparations.