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  1. Business notebook: Achievements, 6-19Read the original story

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    a- Owens Corning , a Toledo building products manufacturer, was ranked fourth among large companies in the annual "Best Places to work in IT" by Computerworld publication. It is the third consecutive year OC has been on the list, and it moved up ...

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  2. Dragon boats drum up crowdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    Under sunny skies, the Toledo Fire and Rescue Local 92 team, the Blazing Paddles, above, takes the lead in the 9:45 a.m. round of racing during the Dragon Boat Festival at International Park in East Toledo, ultimately winning the race. Jing Meyer, center, performs with the Chinese Association of Greater Toledo's Tai Chi Club.

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  3. Police ready for spike in driving while stonedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    ... "I don't perceive that changing at all with the new medical marijuana bill," said Lt. Joe Heffernan, spokesman for Toledo police. "Whether you're having some drinks or ingesting marijuana, it doesn't really matter unless you're over the limit. "It ...

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  4. Officials fear family ties fuel wave of central-city violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    ... remains uncertain. Telly Hopings, Jr., 22, is accused of killing Eugene Blackman. He appeared for his arraignment in Toledo Municipal Court last month. For three months, a series of shootings and arson fires targeting two Toledo families has left ...

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  5. Lead-removal plans will hurt ToledoRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    I am really appalled that the city of Toledo sees fit to go after landlords on the problem of abating lead in rental units . All this will do is leave Toledo with more vacant and boarded up houses.

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  6. Lalonde leaving Walleye for AHLRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    ... Lalonde will become the next coach of the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League, The Blade has learned. Lalonde led Toledo to a 97-35-12 record in his two seasons. He guided the Walleye to back-to-back ECHL Eastern Conference and North Division ...

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  7. 'Season of Variety' at the Valentine TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    ... to put together a diverse season, something that has a lot of variety and appeals to a cross-section of people in Toledo and surrounding communities." Jori Jex, executive director, said the Valentine is "seeing larger audiences than we've seen in ...

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  8. Toledo Magazine: Anchored to the Great LakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    The freighter Alpena is docked at Lafarge Toledo Terminal behind the museum ship Col. James M. Schoonmaker on a picturesque day along the the Maumee River in downtown Toledo.

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  9. Bond between dad, daughter specialRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Jeferey Light jokes with his daughter Nora, 15, center left, backstage before the beginning of the Toledo Ballet Showcase at Maumee High School.

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  10. Rochester tops Mud Hens to even seriesRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    Rochester turned seven hits into five runs against the Toledo Mud Hens tonight at Fifth Third Field, taking a 5-1 decision to even the series at one game each. Matt Crouse allowed two earned runs and four hits in seven innings for Toledo, but earned only one supporting run and was charged with the loss.

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  11. Ohio DaybookRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 18 | The Madison Press

    ... and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division, Mexican Consulate of Detroit, Adelante Toledo, and ABLE host Hispanic Worker Outreach Day, to discuss how federal safety and health, and wage laws protect workers, and how ...

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  12. 'Bazinga Birmingham' held to give Toledo kids positive role modelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | WTOL-TV Toledo

    "Bazinga Birmingham" was held Saturday to keep kids out of trouble and improve east Toledo's neighborhood in the long run. "We figured the kids need to be aware of things; what they can do other than getting into drugs," said Kevin Bellman of the T. Whitehead Recovery Center.

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  13. All ages show out for Midwest Monster Truck showRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | WTOL-TV Toledo

    ... who won one of the events on the night. One driver who came all the way from Georgia to compete for the first time in Toledo, says the outpouring of support was great. "The people they're all ecstatic about everything, they're cheering and hollering ...

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  14. Maumee River filled with dragon boatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Toledo Blade

    A dragon's head adorns the prow as the Stautzenberger College team paddle together during the Dragon Boat Festival today at International Park in East Toledo.

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  15. Lightweight contender from Toledo hears callRead the original story

    Friday Jun 17 | Toledo Blade

    ... is one of boxing's biggest names with regard to managing/a advising boxers and serves that role for the undefeated Toledo native. It was the call every up-and-coming fighter wants to hear. Haymon informed him that his next fight would be for a shot ...

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  16. Clifford A. 'Art' Funka, Jr. (1937-2016): Dry cleaner helped to rescue ice cream scoop companyRead the original story

    Friday Jun 17 | Toledo Blade

    Clifford A. "Art" Funka, Jr., a partner in his family's dry cleaning business, who with his brother, Thomas, bought a Toledo-founded ice cream scoop company and restored it to health, died May 26 in ProMedica Ebeid Hospice Residence. He was 79. He and his brother were partners in U-Need-A-Cleaners, which their father, Clifford, Sr., founded.

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  17. BGSU's Falcon mascots to join Pride paradeRead the original story

    Friday Jun 17 | Toledo Blade

    ... Thursday that Brutus would appear at the parade, as would Rufus the Bobcat from Ohio University. University of Toledo spokesman Meghan Cunningham said Toledo's mascots, Rocky and Rocksy, are not headed to Columbus. She said they had previously ...

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  18. Local vets to be honored at Vietnam MemorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Toledo Blade

    ... Zimmerman said. The other northwest Ohio veterans being inducted to the program are Peter Frances Brown, Jr., of Toledo; Paul Marshall Hensley of Sylvania; Kenneth Edward Lambert of Ottawa, Ohio; and Michael Lewis McLane, Sr., of Kenton, Ohio. The ...

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  19. ProMedica is slammed on St. Luke'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Toledo Blade

    ... battle to keep St. Luke's under its umbrella. The FTC said the merger in 2010 had severely limited competition in the Toledo area and would drive up prices for medical care. ProMedica submitted a formal application on May 3 with the federal agency ...

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  20. Local vets to be honored at Vietnam MemorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Toledo Blade

    ... Zimmerman said. The other northwest Ohio veterans being inducted to the program are Peter Frances Brown, Jr., of Toledo; Paul Marshall Hensley of Sylvania; Kenneth Edward Lambert of Ottawa, Ohio; and Michael Lewis McLane, Sr., of Kenton, Ohio. The ...

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