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Monclova, Ohio is located in Lucas County. Zip codes in Monclova, OH include 43542. The median home price in Monclova is $302,900 which is roughly $98/per square foot.

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Tuesday Apr 8 | Toledo Blade

Toledo officials defend JEDZ

Officials from Toledo met Tuesday with the chairman of the Ohio Senate committee considering a bill that could strip the city of the authority to create Joint Economic Development Zones with other local governments.

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Mon Apr 07, 2014

Toledo Blade

3 area lawmakers on Ohio health panel

Three state lawmakers from northwest Ohio have been named to a new panel created to help control costs and improve the quality of care under the federal-state health insurance of last resort.

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Tue Apr 01, 2014

Toledo Blade

Scouts free to be selves at camp

Chloe Bowling, 10, Lia Smith, 10, and Nyomi Bell, 7, from left, have fun as they form the Girl Scout's Friendship Circle during a Spring Break Day Camp at Camp Miakonda in Sylvania.

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Mon Mar 31, 2014

Toledo Blade

Ohio tax credits spur new jobs

The Ohio Tax Credit Authority on Monday approved tax credits for five northwest Ohio companies, including three Toledo-area companies, that will use the assistance on projects expected to create 232 new jobs with a combined annual payroll of $11.6 million.

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Mon Mar 24, 2014

Toledo Blade

Ann Berkebile Baither [1930-2014]; Church volunteer also horse enthusiast

Ann Berkebile Baither, an Ottawa Hills resident who was a volunteer at St. Michael's in the Hills Episcopal Church and past board member of Sunset House, died Saturday in Lakes of Monclova Health Campus in Monclova Township.

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Thu Mar 20, 2014

Toledo Blade

Bill gutting economic development zones gains

A bill that passed the state House of Representatives, with the support of Toledo-area lawmakers,would prohibit new or renewed "joint economic development zones" of the kind used by the city of Toledo to generate tax revenue and promote regional economic development.

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