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Known as being a Tree City, Sylvania was named for the dense forests that cover the area. The city has grown in population by nearly 50 percent since 1970. It now has over 18,000 residents, up from 12,000 in 1970 and just 5,100 in 1960. Actress Katie Holmes, wife of actor Tom Cruise, was once a notable resident of the area, as was 2011 American Idol runner-up Crystal Bowersox.

Population: 18965
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 sylvania, ohio: 43560
Towns/Cities near sylvania, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood

Sylvania News
Olivet Lutheran Church church offers special holiday meal

The Polish American Community of Toledo and Toledo Polish Genealogical Society invite you to their 8th annual Wigilia: Waiting for the Birth of Christ. This special event will take place 5:30 p.m. Dec. 17 at the Christian Life Center of Olivet Lutheran Church, 5840 Monroe St., Sylvania.

Religious offerings: 12/9

A Peace Pole installed this summer on the Toledo Jewish Community Campus in Sylvania as a symbol welcoming visitors of all faiths will be dedicated at a ceremony Sunday. The Peace Pole is the third to be erected in collaboration with the MultiFaith Council of Northwest Ohio and bears the message "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in Arabic, English, French, Hebrew, Hindi, Mandarin, Russian, and Spanish.

Menorahs have special meaning for local Jewish families

Elie Benstein lights the menorah as he prepares it to be in a portrait with him and his wife at their home in Toledo on Thursday, November 30, 2017. Julie Romanoff's, menorah, given to her by her mother, is pictured Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at her home in Sylvania Township.

City planners OK request for pot dispensary

The Toledo Plan Commission approved the request for a special-use permit to operate a medical marijuana dispensary in a former veterinary clinic on Sylvania Avenue. The commission voted 2-1 to support the recommendation of the plan commission staff for approval to issue the permit for Glass City Alternatives, LLC. Ken Fallows and John Escobar voted for the measure and Julia Bryant opposed it.

86-year old Toledo resident brings unique talent to Manor House

Dottie Hallauer, 86, hugs her great-grandson Emmett Lathrop, 4, as she pauses in her performance of Christmas songs Thursday in the Manor House at Wildwood Metropark in Toledo. Ms. Hallauer has been playing the piano by ear since she was a child.

Young students help other kids

Kids in Toledo suburbs are learning a valuable life lesson this holiday season that sometimes it feels better to give than receive. The idea to collect items they take for granted like toothbrushes, deodorant and shampoo is what they came up with.

Sylvania council appoves raise for nonunion city employees

Sylvania City council approved an ordinance granting over $50,000 in salary raises for next year built on a 2.5 percent pay increase for city employees. This is the third consecutive year union and nonunion city employees received a slight pay raise.

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.

Sylvania schools add staff to accommodate enrollment

Samantha Spare, 5, and Ben Truman, 6, work on a literacy activity in teacher Alyssa Bauer's kindergarten class at Stranahan Elementary School. Bryce Tandler 6, takes part in a movement break at Stranahan Elementary School.

John Bothwell Hadley

John Bothwell Hadley, who had executive roles with the former Franklin Ice Cream Co. and an affiliated firm formed to develop a regional shopping center on the site of what is now Franklin Park Mall, died Nov. 22 in Lakes of Sylvania.

Katherine E. Myers

Katherine E. Myers, respected as a Spanish teacher and language department chairman at Southview High School whose 42-year tenure in the Sylvania schools led to instant recognition most places in the community, died Wednesday in Heartland at ProMedica Flower Hospital, Sylvania. She was 68. She'd been dealing with ovarian cancer since March, 2014, said her husband, Joe Myers.

Religion offerings: 12/1

Bread and Roses Too, a documentary on domestic violence and the history of Bethany House, will premiere at the Franciscan Center at Lourdes University, 6832 Convent Blvd., Sylvania, at 3 p.m. Sunday. The public is invited to attend the free viewing.

Sylvania Miracle on Main Street

Three years ago, it was just a parade on Sunday. Now, it's a weekend full of events for all ages, including the new Mistletoe Marketplace on Maplewood Avenue ran by local artisans and crafters.

City budget may spell end of Latina Board of Community Relations director position

Outgoing Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson made a surprising move in her 2018 budget proposal, eliminating the salary of the lone Latina left in a top city government administrative position. Instead, the mayor proposes to put the salary and benefits of Board of Community Relations executive director Linda Alvarado-Arce into more programming at the city agency.

Sylvania seeks board seat applications

Sylvania City Council is accepting resumes from people interested in serving on the Sylvania Area joint Recreation District board and the Board of Zoning Appeals. The Sylvania Area Joint Recreation District aims to provide recreation and leisure facilities, parks, programs, and activities.

Sandra U. Jones

Sandra U. Jones, a former English teacher and drug counselor who was dedicated to serving and helping others, died Nov. 18 at Ebeid Hospice in Sylvania. She was 77. Upon graduation from DeVilbiss High School, she attended the University of Toledo, where she was a member of Pi Beta Pi Sorority and was voted homecoming queen in 1960.

Local luminaries serve at fund-raisers

Dr. Ramu Perni, left, and Dr. Ateeq Haseeb at the March of Dimes' Signature Chefs Auction presented by Mercy Children's Hospital. Top Chef Competition winner, Erin Liedigk at the March of Dimes' Signature Chefs Auction presented by Mercy Children's Hospital.

Johnson named CEO of psychiatric hospital

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services appointed Brett M. Johnson as CEO of the Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital. Mr. Johnson will oversee a staff of 232 employees who care for roughly 114 patients at the Toledo hospital, the state said in a news release.

Hot Head Burrito celebrates grand opening weekend with $5 burritos, bowls

The Ohio-based company opened the new store on 6600 West Sylvania Avenue in Sylvania, and they want to celebrate. Customers 12 years and under will also receive a free li'l burrito or bowl for per adult in their group.

Religion briefs: Shrine gathering, radio sharathon

The Sorrowful Mother Shrine Chapel, 4106 Ohio 269 will hold a gathering on Dec. 2 to fulfill the requests of Jesus and his Blessed Mother given to Blessed Sister Lucia regarding First Saturday devotions. Sister Lucia, one of the three Fatima visionaries, was given a definite prescription to be publicized to all Christians for people of prayer: Go to confession, pray the rosary, receive the Holy Eucharist, and meditate for at least 15 minutes on any of the mysteries of the rosary.

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