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About: toledo, ohio
Toledo is home to Jeep headquarters and has two production facilities. It is known as the "Glass City" because of a long history of innovation in the glass industry. Several of the country's prominent glass companies originated in Toledo.
Local Newspapers: The Blade
Local Sports Teams: Toledo Mud Hens (International League)
Local Colleges: University of Toledo Bowling Green State University Davis College Lourdes College Mercy College
Zip Codes associated with toledo, ohio:
43617 43604 43605 43606 43607 43608 43609 43610 43611 43612 43613 43614 43615 43617 43620 43623
Towns/Cities near toledo, ohio : Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood
Michael 'Mike' Pasko
Michael "Mike" Pasko, an Army veteran and a U.S. Postal Service manager best known as a fixture in the Bedford Township area for his tireless volunteerism and engaging personality, died at home Thursday of complications from a long battle with leukemia. He was 81. A daughter, Kristina Crystal, said her father was a warm, affable man who reminds her of this quote attributed to the late poet Maya Angelou: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."Photo Gallery: Frogtown Regatta
Tim Tschanz and Thelma Lou, a pug, are bundled up as they wait for Tschanz's granddaughter, a rower for St. Ursula Academy, during the 33rd annual Frogtown Regatta. The 33rd annual Frogtown Regatta, hosted by the Toledo Rowing Club and Toledo Rowing Foundation, took place Saturday, September 22 on the Maumee River in Toledo.MLK Jr. Bridge closure starts on Monday, to last two months
The east side won't be cut off completely from the rest of the city but it might feel that way depending on where you are going. The city recommends drivers use the Craig Bridge as a detour until the MLK Jr. is open again at the end of November and they are encouraging people to support downtown and east Toledo businesses during the closure.Music lovers, get excited! A record-breaking season is in store
The 2018-19 classics and dance season for northwest Ohio is one marked by changes and anniversaries. The scene continues to move forward with a record number of concerts - more than 300 already scheduled - between now and the end of June.UT choral activities director sings praises of Toledo
Bradley Pierson, director of choral activities at the University of Toledo, begins his fourth season in the artistic life of northwest Ohio this year. An affable soul with a passion for making music, Pierson is a dyed-in-the-wool supporter of all things Toledo.Reunions close out a summer to remember
Pictured at the Waite High Class of 1948 70th Reunion Golden Years Luncheon are, from left: Robert Bourdo, Marilyn Campbell Hanthorn, Robert Businger, Leo Kramer, Sr., Joyce LaMance Howard, Janice Stemen Molnar, Joanne Hoffmann Steinbauer, Mary Ellen Ruff Williams, and Nancy Bostelman Bahnsen. From left: Norman Nitschke and Norman Heydinger, and seated, Jeanne Baumgartner Murphy, Ruth Kornrumpf Watrol, and Stanley Sekerka during the Waite Class of '38 80th Reunion.With President Trump or against him? Those on both sides of divide take part in survey
Virginia Salazar, Toledo, speaks about her political views during an interview at The Blade, John R. Guest, Toledo, listens. Both participated in The Blade's Bellwether Project.Toledo boxer improves to 19-1 after knockout win in Tijuana
Fredrickson's next fight will be November 1 in Washington, D.C. for the IBF/USBA title against Manuel Mendez. Tyson Coates at Total Self Defense says there's been an upsurge in his classes, especially among women Tyson Coates at Total Self Defense says there's been an upsurge in his classes, especially among women The recent deaths of three women murdered while engaging in hobbies and sports they loved has struck a nerve with some.Hundreds gather for third annual Paranormal Toledo Convention
Steve Frybarger, of Toledo, gets a closer look at the original Hanna-Barbera Studios Mystery Machine during the Paranormal Toledo Convention. A sign for the event sits outside during the Paranormal Toledo Convention at the Collingwood Arts Center in Toledo on Saturday, September 22, 2018.New I-75 reconstruction phase slated to start Sunday night
While another step toward finishing I-75 reconstruction near the I-475 "Jeep Split" was taken Friday night, the next major stage of Toledo's main freeway's rebuilding is slated to get going Sunday night. The overnight lane and ramp closings scheduled to start at 6 p.m. Sunday mark the start of nearly four years of construction between Dorr Street and South Avenue.1 man dead after being ejected from motorcycle in 2-vehicle accident
One man is dead after a two-vehicle accident caused him to be ejected from his motorcycle on Friday night. Robert J. Tubbs, 33, of Toledo was headed west on Heatherdowns approaching Colony Dr. when Erica Brown, 19, of Sylvania was travelling east on the same road.Motorcyclist dies in South Toledo crash
A motorcyclist was killed and a woman injured Friday in a collision at Heatherdowns Boulevard and Colony Drive in South Toledo. Robert J. Tubbs, 33, was traveling west on Heatherdowns when a vehicle driven by Erica Brown, 19, made a left turn in his path, according to the report.Easton Corbin brings ProMedica Summer Concert Series to a close
Fans crowd in ahead of Easton Corbin's performance during the ProMedica Summer Concert Series at Promenade Park in Toledo on Friday. Fans crowd in ahead of Easton Corbin's performance during the ProMedica Summer Concert Series at Promenade Park in Toledo on Friday.Red Cross helps victims of south Toledo apartment fire through a tough day
The Red Cross set up a shelter at the Wolf Creek YMCA for victims of Friday's Woodlands Apartment Fire . Some neighbors from the apartment complex say they were exhausted by the day's events and to have representatives from the Red Cross has been a great help.Bomb threat causes Woodward H.S. evacuation
Woodward High School was evacuated this morning after someone called in a bomb threat, a Toledo Public Schools spokesman said. Shortly before 10 a.m., someone called into the school, located at 701 E. Central Ave., with the threat, Patty Mazur said.Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 9/21
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.Parade of Homes kicks off this weekend
The annual Parade of Homes begins this weekend, and although there have been parades with more homes and ones with more builders, there likely hasn't been one with such a wide range of size, style, and price ranges. "It pretty much covers the region based on the places where people most want to live.
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