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Sister Mary Christelle Roesner; 1931-2014: Nun was gifted at teaching science
Sister Mary Christelle Roesner, who for nearly 30 years taught science in the Roman Catholic high schools of northwest Ohio, died Tuesday in the Ursuline Center.
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Weather update: Walleye game postponed
Bowling Green, Maumee, Northwood, Wauseon, Oak Harbor, Waterville and Pemberville have issued city snow emergencies.
Pettisville adult ag education meeting set
A Pettisville adult agriculture education night meeting will be Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Pettisville ag room.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Jobless rate rises in Jan.
Chandler, left, and Chelsea Haar, twins from Luckey, Ohio, who are licensed massage therapists, fill out applications at a Stautzenberger College job fair in Maumee.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Skating at Ottawa Park site ends
Sydney Mack, 9, takes off her skates at Ottawa Park ice rink on the last day of the season.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Classes geared for upcoming festival
Musician Chris Shutters is filmed by Toledo School for the Arts seventh grader Morgan Harrison during Shorties U at North-view High School in Sylvania.
Crazy about cats
Judge Katharina Krenn judges a Bengal cat during the "My Stormy Valentine" cat show last month at the Lucas County Rec Center.
Tuileries Garden exhibit brings French treasures to Toledo
It is also is an homage to the designer of the Tuileries garden, the nearly 500 year old park the exhibit is named after.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Doctor suspended over plane crash
The Ohio State Medical Board has suspended for "not less than two years" the license of a Port Clinton physician who annually signed off on an airman medical certificate for a pilot whose declining vision was determined to be a factor in a fatal plane crash near Fremont.
Phosphorus runoff action report on Lake Erie toxic algal blooms deserves serious consideration: editorial
That river in turn empties into the shallow, fragile ecosystem and fish-spawning grounds These toxic algal blooms metastasize into vast , undulating pea-soup blooms - the largest of which slimed a 2,000-square-mile area of Lake Erie in 2011 that could be seen from outer space.
Lucas Co. to install 14 new/replacement sirens
Lucas county has 119 sirens positioned so you'll be able to hear when there's an emergency, take cover.
Holland Police: Walmart shoplifter took $447 in power tools
They show a man wearing a baseball hat and a hoodie walking out of the Walmart near Spring Meadows shopping center, off Airport Highway and McCord.
HomeGoods and Marshalls coming to Sylvania Township
They will occupy a new building that will be built where the former Franklin Park Cinemas was located.
William 'Bill' Behrman
William "Bill" Fred Behrman, 79, of Defiance, died Wednesday, March 5, 2014, at the Lutheran Home in Napoleon, after a long and courageous battle with cancer.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Thailand dance troupe to perform at Maumee church, March 21st
First Presbyterian Church of Maumee, 200 E. Broadway Street, will host a dance/drama troupe from Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, March 21, 2014.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Police say smile, wave only part of the story
Joshua Barrett smiled at the Toledo police officers who were on a traffic stop in West Toledo, then gave a wave, and sped off.
Water main break closes part of AW Trail at Conant St.
The Toledo police department is getting involved in the fight against heroin. Police are getting several reports of heroin overdoses and deaths.
Main St. in Sylvania closed after gas line struck
Main Street between Monroe and Covenant is closed in Sylvania after police say someone was digging and struck a gas line, causing a leak.
Record cold expected Tuesday morning
There is a high chance we will break one of the oldest records on the book tonight.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Rita Catherine Tansey; 1937-2014: Arts advocate created area ad campaign
Rita Catherine Tansey, a Toledo educator and supporter of the arts, died Wednesday morning surrounded by family in her West Toledo home.