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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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Towns/Cities near maumee, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood
Ex-mayoral candidate James Moody guilty of fraud charges
Toledo Realtor and one-time mayoral candidate James Moody was found guilty Monday in U.S. District Court of conspiring to defraud the government of money intended for job training programs. The jury of six men and six women deliberated nearly nine hours Friday and Monday morning before returning guilty verdicts on all counts against Moody, 56, and co-defendants, Victoria Hawkins, 30, and Angela Bowser, 46. Moody, who ran unsuccessfully for Toledo mayor in 2009, was the sole shareholder in Business Rehabilitation Informed Decisions Guiding Employment Strategies or BRIDGES, a company that contracted with Lucas County Job and Family Services to provide job training and placement for persons on public assistance.ODOT District 2 prepares for more snow
However, the Ohio Department of Transportation has already been working around the clock to get the roads ready for the season. Northwest Ohio saw its first snow accumulation on Saturday, right after the first snow fall last Thursday.Jim Morrison Tribute to be held in Maumee
Unruly Arts Benefit Concert with the Cruisers will take place at the Maumee Indoor Theatre, 601 Conant St., at 8 p.m. Dec. 22. The concert will be "A Jim Morrsion Tribute Show" with songs from The Doors. Tickets are $25/a per person or for $45 for VIP tickets, which include three drink tickets.Disagreement arises over Maumee council vacancy
Dan Hazard resigned from his Maumee City Council seat as he prepares to begin his first term as municipal court judge Toledo Police Department Officer Joe Okos, left, with Feet on the Street, Don Czerniak, president AFSCME Local #7, AFL-CIO, center, and Scott Noonan of United Way, right, take a tour of a refurbished home. There is a vacancy on Maumee City Council for the second time this year and once again, there appears to be disagreement over who should get the seat.Power restored in Fostoria, Perrysburg after outages
Larry Lehman of Lehman's Landscape and Snow Removal clears a sidewalk in Maumee. Mr. Lehman said the snow is good for business; 'it's always good when we got incoming work.'Toledo Magazine: Scaling new heights
Jamie Luster of Maumee takes a selfie after climbing to the top of the tree and ringing the bell during the program in Sidecut Metropark. Alissa Barwinski, right, of the programming department at Metroparks Toledo, helps Jamie Luster of Maumee get into the ropes during a tree climbing program in Sidecut Metropark.Officials find both fugitives believed to be in Toledo area
Officials found 23-year-old Tevin Johns. Johns was found and arrested on the 2100 block of Franklin Avenue.More
Land Air, is right off Airport Highway, near the Toledo Express Airport, and the Turnpike. And, the economic impact is expected to be huge for our area.Maumee woman admits to stealing from grandfather
Karrie Urbanski, 46, pleaded guilty to theft from a person in a protected class before Lucas County Common Pleas Judge James Bates, who set sentencing for Jan. 23. Asked what she did, Urbanski told the court she "used money that I shouldn't have." She said she didn't know the amount.Local business owners eye tax overhaul plans with hope, caution
Bruce Roth, president, left, and Lisa Roth, right, with their German Shepherd amed Ranger, at their store at Quality Overhead Door on December 4, 2017. The Republican-sponsored tax overhaul bills passed by the Senate and House - two versions that are yet to be merged into a single law that will change personal and business tax returns in large and small ways - have local small business owners hopeful yet cautious.Tony Packo's new location opens in Maumee
The new Packo's location had their Grand Opening on Monday at the corner of Conant Street and Chesterfield in the Meijer Plaza. This new concept location is a bit of old and new to bring a more updated and modern feel to the restaurant while maintaining the rich Packo's history.Maumee council approves $245/hour audit of municipal court
Maumee City Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve spending additional money to cover the cost of an audit being conducted in the city's municipal court. Former court employee Jane Monroe was indicted on seven felonies in October, and is accused of stealing over $30,000.Latta Republican opponent knocks on 10,000th door in Maumee
Republican Ohio congressional candidate Todd Wolfrum prepares to knock on the door of Jim Beaverson on Greenfield Dr. in Maumee, Ohio. Todd Wolfrum, a Van Wert County Republican trying to unseat U.S. Rep. Bob Latta , knocked on what he said was his 10,000th door during a campaign walking stint Monday in Maumee.Former Toledo mayoral candidate stands trial in fraud case
The trial of Toledo realtor and one-time mayoral candidate James D. Moody started Monday in U.S. District Court. Mr. Moody, 56, along with Victoria Hawkins, 30, and Angela Bowser, 46, are charged with conspiring to commit fraud stemming from their involvement with a company that received millions of dollars in federal funds that were intended to help low-income persons with job training and placement.Daily Log: 12/4
Chester Boice, 60, of Bradner, Ohio, June 12, at Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, multiple blunt-force injuries sustained from vehicle accident.Mobile Meals celebrates 50 years with Wine Gala
Maureen Stevens, Executive Director of Mobile Meals of Toledo, Inc., left, and Honorary Chairmen Mike and Sondra Gibbons attended the Mobile Meals 30th annual Wine Gala. Shay, left, and Brian Kennedy, center left, along with Jessica Lashley, center right, and Paul Kennedy at Mobile Meals 30th annual Wine Gala at Parkway Place in Maumee.Toledo Magazine: Bunnies brighten seniors' day
Lynn Foust with Chuckie, one of the bunnies moved from the barn to the greenhouse at Sunshine Communities for the winter. Bailey, a gelding, barn supervisor Alicia Rybak, and barn worker Joe Bailey in the Sunshine Communities' barn.'Minister' term, election results, analysis irritate readers
Donald "Dee" Carr, a fine reporter for The Blade back in the early 1980s before he changed careers and became a teacher, raised an interesting question: "My concern is the case of the three Toledo pastors accused of child trafficking. My son is an ordained minister with a master's degree in divinity, and I know very well the effort it takes and the vast knowledge he has gained."Man barricades self in room, induces panic
When crews arrived police said 35-year-old Christopher Ray was barricaded in the bedroom of his parents home with a knife and gun. "We just secured the scene.Maumee students working to feed malnourished children
Hundreds of elementary school students in Maumee are teaming up with community members to make sure malnourished kids in third world countries have food in their bellies. "It's really cool that we can help people all over the world by just packing a meal that we probably take for granted," said Fifth Grader Carson Graetz.
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