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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:
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Merriman wins 8, edges closer to 1,000
Merriman's triumphs were with Moolah Begonia in Race 3, Maximus Deo in Race 4, Shock The Nation in Race 5, Sanattle Slew in Race 7, Bold And Brave in Race 8, Wendy's Girl in Race 12, Shooby Said in Race 14 and Copper Coast A in Race 15. Merriman won his first race in 1998, a $2,200 conditioned event at the former Raceway Park in Toledo, Ohio, aboard Albert's Filly. Since breaking his maiden, Merriman has scored almost 10,800 more times with purse earnings approaching $71 million.Water Boil Advisory in West Toledo
The city of Toledo is repairing the water system. That means certain streets in West Toledo are under a water boil advisory until Thanksgiving .Kathryn Roth Joining Rockets' Program for 2019-20 Season
Roth will begin attending the University of Toledo beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year. "Kathryn is an outstanding young lady who is driven and dedicated to becoming the best at anything she puts her mind and energy to," Coluccio said.Marina District: Vertical development in the spring, mayor says
After decades of waiting for vertical development on the 127-acre Marina District, Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz says it is finally going to happen in 2019. Speaking to about 50 guests at the Birmingham Development Corporation meeting, he cites a meeting he had with developer Frank Kass of Columbus-based Continental Real Estate Companies, which plans to develop housing and retail that will complement a Metropark on the riverfront property in East Toledo.Former Komet into ECHL Hall of Fame
Rick Judson, who played for the Komets in the United Hockey League in 2000-01, will be inducted into the ECHL's Hall of Fame as part of the 2019 All-Star Classic in Toledo, Ohio.Pictou-born sister seeks to reunite with brother after more than 50 years apart
Kathy and John are pictured together as children. The photo was given to her by relatives who she connected with by sending in her DNA to be tested on a genealogical site.YWCA's Milestones nominations are open
The YWCA of Northwest Ohio pays tribute to seven outstanding women from the Northwest Ohio, who have accomplished 'milestones' in their areas of expertise. YWCA of Northwest Ohio, 1018 Jefferson Ave., Toledo, OH 43604 or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: 419-255-5752.4th Annual Toledo International Film Festival, November 16-18
TOLEDO: Tickets are now on sale for the fourth annual Toledo International Film Festival hosted by the Ohio Theatre and Event Center and Welcome Toledo-Lucas County . Enjoy seven films from around the globe on the weekend of November 16, 17, and 18, 2018.Three people indicted for theft of cellphones
Kyle Traxler, 34, 425 Monroe Ave., Lot 2; Jacob Stechschulte, 23, of Ottawa; and Cortney Watt, 26, of Lafayette, each have been indicted for grand theft, a fourth-degree felony.FLAG holds 8th Annual Meeting in Ohio
FLAG has concluded its eighth annual meeting in Toledo, Ohio. For the first time, attendees numbered close to 100 at this networking and educational event.Kasich names Jensen to Terra State board
Pamela Jensen, president of ProMedica Memorial Hospital in Fremont and ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital, has been named to the Terra State Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. John Kasich. a- Alvin D. Compaan, professor of physics and director of the Center for Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Toledo, to the Radiation Advisory Council through Sept.Police: Reporter and her uncle found dead inside home
This July 14, 2016 photo shows Nikki Delamotte. Perrysburg Township police in suburban Toledo, Ohio, say they found two bodies inside a mobile home Monday morning, Nov. 12, 2018.Barbara J. Matthews (1932-2018) Teacher helped run family nursery business in Holland
Barbara J. Matthews of Holland, a teacher-turned-entrepreneur, died Thursday in Astor House assisted living facility in Holland. She was 86. Mrs. Matthews co-owned and helped operate a family business, Simmons Nursery and Landscape Inc. in Holland, for 35 years, from 1960, when she and her late husband Melvin took over from her father, George H. Simmons, until 1995, when she retired and they sold it to their son, David Matthews.New Toledo leaf collection plan starts with larger crews
Rather than collecting in order of ZIP-code districts, crews from the Toledo Division of Streets, Bridges, and Harbor will use the city's more compact street-sweeping districts to schedule their work. "Crews will work together in larger groups this year to complete each map before moving onto the next area," Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz said in his weekly online news briefing.Hope for the Holidays toy drive aims to help families in our community
This year's annual Hope for the Holiday toy drive kicks off on Nov. 16 and runs through Dec. 21. All collected toys will be given to local families through the Salvation Army and U.S. Marine Corps Reserves programs. Families are selected via an application process, which has wrapped up for the 2018 holiday season.Veteran's memorial honors unit's 67 fallen soldiers
So, he built a memorial in his front yard, which is located on the Ottawa County side of Fostoria Road facing Millbury. "I decided in 2013 and 2014 that I was going to build a memorial to honor not only my comrades-in-arms who are dying from Agent Orange, but the KIAs from my unit, which is on that website," Hart said.Ottawa Hills schools under fire for Veterans Day speaker
Ottawa Hills schools are facing backlash from parents upset after Nick Adams, founder and executive director of the Texas-based nonprofit Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness, spoke during Veterans Day events. Some parents in the district say Mr. Adams' appearance was entirely inappropriate, calling his commentary racist, xenophobic, inflammatory, and consistent with hate speech.
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