Wednesday Mar 12
In comparison with "300", this insane film is more engaging by dint of being absolutely impossible to take even a little bit seriously.
Are Malls Over?
When the Woodville Mall opened, in 1969, in Northwood, Ohio, a suburb of Toledo, its developers bragged about the mall's million square feet of enclosed space; its anchor tenants, which included Sears and J. C. Penney; and its air-conditioning-seventy-two degrees, year-round! Two years later, the Toledo Blade published a front-page article about ... (more)
Commercial development eyed for old Woodville Mall site
Demolition work has begun on the shuttered Woodville Mall in Northwood. The mall closed in December 2011.
Home for Sale in Northwood, Ohio
Description: Move-In Ready with very affordable utilities! The furnace was tuned up and in great working order in February of 2014.
A Model Villa in Northwood
His latest development, Birch-wood Hollow, is no exception. Wales Road at the western edge of the Village of Northwood, it retains a country feel, with easy access to I-75, downtown Toledo, and Perrysburg.
Winter weather update: Lucas County at Level Two Snow Emergency
Lucas and Fulton Counties are at Level Two Snow Emergencies. Level 2 emergency means roads may also be very icy, and only those who feel it necessary to drive should drive.Several surrounding counties are also under snow emergencies.
Northwood asks to test ditch water
Northwood City Council has asked the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to sample water from ditches along Curtice, Bradner, and Wynn roads for pollution from failed septic systems and other sources.
Northwood losing auto supplier
A Northwood metal stamping plant that supplies parts for Honda will close later this year as its parent company consolidates operations at a newly purchased facility in southeast Michigan.