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A suburb of Toledo, Maumee is located in the northwest corner of Ohio. United Parcel Service (UPS) happens to be one of the cityâ€™s largest employers, with over 2,300 employees. St. Lukeâ€™s Hospital is also a big employer in the area. Some notable residents of the area at different times in history include Heisman Trophy winner Richard Kazmaier and U.S. Chief Justice Morrison Remick Waite.
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
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Building blocks: Faith-based Preschools aim to lay a foundation for religion
Raizel Shemtov, director at Gan Yeladim Preschool, reads "Quarters & Dimes & Nickels & Pennies" by Baila Olidort to teach preschoolers about charity. Preschooler Jonah Kripke, 4, points to words and pictures during a Hebrew lesson at the Gan Yeladim Preschool in Sylvania.New restaurant set to open in Maumee
Core Life Eatery is opening its second location in Northwest Ohio. The restaurant is based on clean and healthy eating.Maumee Valley County Day School coaches sue parents
Four coaches at Maumee Valley Country Day School have accused four parents of engaging in verbal and written attacks against them because of a dispute over playing time on the boys' basketball team. Head basketball coach Rob Conover and assistants Stanley Hill, Stephen Coleman, and Dontaviyon Flemming claim in a lawsuit filed in Lucas County Common Pleas Court that they have been the victims of false statements by the parents that include drug use, criminal charges, and attacks on their "honor and integrity."Toledo, Maumee don't make list of Amazon HQ finalists
After receiving 238 proposals from the United States, Mexico and Canada vying for a spot to host the new Amazon headquarters, the company has narrowed down its choices to 20 cities. Toledo and Maumee didn't make the cut after both cities submitted proposals to be the sight of Amazon HQ2.Flood-control project ready to start in Findlay
By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER DEFIANCE - The Maumee Watershed Conservancy District, Defiance, on Tuesday awarded a $105,000 contract to a Middlefield company to clear trees and brush from about 15 acres along the Blanchard River in Findlay, as part of a planned flood-control project in the city.Marquee billing: Local filmmakers showcase films at Maumee Indoor
A showcase of 16 short movies by nine northwest Ohio filmmakers, Shorts In January, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Maumee Indoor Theatre, 601 Conant St., Maumee, is a quick way to sample some of the local creative talent behind and in front of the camera. The shorts range anywhere from 10 minutes to 37 minutes in length - the average about 15 minutes - and include a variety of genres, from drama and comedy to horror and documentary.8 area congregations join together to praise Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Rev. Ruby Radford, from Cass Road Baptist Church in Maumee, applauds a performance during a commemoration worship service to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at First Presbyterian Church on January 14, 2018. Bishop Robert Culp, of First Church Of God, gives the sermon during a commemoration worship service to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at First Presbyterian Church.Waterville band Oliver Hazard slated to play Bonnaroo
It's not every day that a small band from northwest Ohio gets the chance to perform before 80,000 enthusiastic music lovers, but that's precisely the opportunity awaiting Waterville indie/folk trio Oliver Hazard. Earlier this week, the band was announced as part of the 2018 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn.Religious Offerings: 1/13
Several faith communities are planning services to commemorate the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., this week.Findlay Machine & Tool names new president
Rex Reimer, who has extensive experience with a number of manufacturing firms, has been named president of Findlay Machine & Tool, succeeding Joseph R. Kirk in that role.ProMedica hospital says patient volumes are back to normal after influx
As always, ProMedica will accept all patients who present at any of our hospital emergency centers. Our emergency medical team triages patients based on the severity of their medical needs.'Where Light Goes' studies photographic image
'Where Light Goes' at the Center for the Visual Arts Gallery features photographs, such as this one, by Maumee artist Eric Zeigler. Elsa Furia has received an Accelerator grant from the Arts Commission to help purchase canvases and framing for her Toledo city painting series.One school, one book brings reading excitement to Maumee school
Teachers Kara Barnhisel, left, and Emily Yavorski, center, and student teacher Taylor Doehne attempt to carry a balloon from one side of the stage to another during an assembly on January 9. Humphrey, the hamster hero of two books Fairfield Elementry School students read last year, is greeted by students at the beginning of an assembly. At right is principal Michele Loboschefski on January 9. Principal Michele Loboschefski unrolled a Mr. Popper's Penguins poster, revealing to about 150 kindergarten through third grade students the book they will be reading for the "One School, One Book" project.Engineera s office dispute resolved
By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER Steve Wilson, a former Hancock County engineer, will apparently continue to provide sanitary engineer services at the county landfill following a ruling by the county prosecutor's office.Two plead guilty in shooting that killed Maumee student
Two men charged in a shooting that killed a Maumee High School student and paralyzed another youth admitted their roles in the crime Monday. Andrew Foster-Martin, 18, of the 1600 block of Fernwood Avenue pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, aggravated robbery, and felonious assault, each with firearm specifications, for the Feb. 22 death of Collin Doyle, 17, and wounding of Armond Batey, 17. The Doyle and Batey youths were in a car near Hillcrest and Hazelhurst avenues when Foster-Martin fired two shots at them in an incident police described as "a drug deal gone bad."Weather keeping furnace, plumbing specialists busy
Since Christmas, the Toledo area has been stuck in an 11-day deep freeze of single-digit temperatures, pushing home heating systems and water pipes to the brink and running heating repairmen and plumbers into exhaustion. "My guys are running ragged right now.County approves flood-reduction services contract
By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER Steve Wilson will continue to provide management services for flood-reduction projects in Hancock County, after the county commissioners approved a contract Thursday with his company for a maximum of $40,000 annually.After drunk driving arrest, TPS deputy superintendent demoted
The Toledo Board of Education on Thursday demoted Toledo Public Schools Deputy Superintendent Brian Murphy, two weeks after he was arrested for drunk driving. The board authorized the superintendent and treasurer to reassign Mr. Murphy to a different role within the district, a move that will also cut his pay.Former Maumee court clerk admits to stealing funds
A former deputy clerk in Maumee Municipal Court admitted in court Wednesday that she stole more than $31,000 from the court. Jane Monroe, 55, of Maumee pleaded guilty to theft in office and tampering with records, both third-degree felonies, before Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Michael Goulding.Former Maumee court clerk admits to stealing funds
Attorney Bruce Boerst, left, talks with his client Jane Monroe after she pleaded guilty to theft in office and tampering with records, both of which are third-degree felonies, before Judge Michael Goulding Wednesday at Lucas County Common Pleas Court in downtown Toledo. Monroe, a former deputy clerk in Maumee Municipal Court, admitted in court Wednesday that she stole more than $31,000 from the court.
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