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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:
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
Dog flu in Toledo subsiding, vet says
If you're a pet owner, concerned about your dog catching the flu, one animal hospital in Toledo says there's no need to worry right now. Anne Bergstrom is a veterinarian at West Toledo Animal Hospital.Kucinich vows to unite Ohioans during campaign stop in East Toledo
Dennis Kucinich speaks at a news conference to underscore the main issues in his gubernatorial campaign during a campaign stop at Tony Packo's Cafe in East Toledo. Former Ohio congressman Dennis Kucinich - the latest Democrat to make a bid for his party's nomination for governor - said during a local campaign stop he will focus on uniting Ohioans to build confidence and hope in government.Fire Investigative Unit continuing fight against arsonists
The city formed the unit shortly after the death of two Toledo firefighters in a blaze that was ruled an arson. Investigators from Toledo and Fire Departments now join forces in solving suspected arson cases.White nationalist might speak on Kent shooting anniversary
In this Oct. 19, 2017, file photo, white nationalist Richard Spencer speaks at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla. A Kent State University spokesman confirmed Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, that Spencer's campus tour organizer is making a bid for him to speak at the Ohio school on May 4, 2018, the anniversary of shootings that killed four students during a Vietnam war protest in 1970.Charges pending against Toledo police officer after serious crash involving cruiser
Toledo Police accident investigators are speaking with the Lucas County Prosecutor's Office regarding charges against Officer Mohamad Nasser following a serious injury accident that occurred last month. Officer Nasser, a Toledo Police Community Services Officer, was on duty when he struck a vehicle operated by Susan Schlageter at Heatherdowns Boulevard and Cheyenne Boulevard.Charges possible against Toledo police officer in crash
Toledo Police Capt. Joe Heffernan peers into a police car involved in a two-car collision on Dec. 15, 2017, at the intersection of Heatherdowns and Cheyenne Blvds.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.Senate summons justice before lawmakers
In a move unprecedented in modern history, the Ohio Senate on Wednesday ordered a sitting state Supreme Court justice to appear before lawmakers to show cause why he shouldn't be immediately removed from office. Justice William O'Neill, the sole Democrat on the bench, has looked and talked a lot like a candidate for governor, even setting forth a policy platform and picking a running mate.Toledo offers help to nonprofits on grants
Toledo officials Wednesday said they will work with local nonprofit organizations that have not yet received U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development compensation for the current fiscal year. The Trump administration now requires nonprofits receiving Community Development Block Grants and Emergency Solutions Grants to provide daily activities logs for their staff who are paid with HUD money, effective July 1, 2017, the beginning of the fiscal year, city officials said.Museum program opens world of glassblowing to youth
Mikenzie Dayton, 15, smooths out her artwork during a glassblowing class for the Toledo Art Museum's Art After School program. Every week, Mariaja Benton joins a Toledo Museum of Art glassblowing class to mold her lasting design and prove a larger point.City works in frigid temps to stay on track with Toledo Waterways Initiative
Even though many of the waterways in our area are frozen over, the city of Toledo is working through the frigid temperatures to stay on track with its efforts to reduce the amount of untreated sewage over flow that ends up in the Maumee River. The program administrator says this basin is crucial in protecting the Maumee River from sewage runoff in large storm events.Abandoned Toledo amusement park featured in book
An old sign for the Enchanted Forest theme park in north Toledo is shown faded and covered by tree branches. The picture is among a collection taken by Cleveland-based photographer Seph Lawless.City officials provide update on new Lucas County Jail
The current Lucas County Jail is in a state of dis-repair but city officials say they may be close to finalizing a site. County and City officials both had high hopes for the city's north Toledo impound lot as the future site of the jail.Ohio police kill dog while responding to stove fire
Police in Toledo say an officer shot and killed a dog they say attacked him as he responded to a stove fire. Police Sgt.Washington Local meets in secret to evaluate superintendent
Board member Patrick Hickey arrives to a Washington Local Schools Board meeting Tuesday at the Conn Weissenberger Post 587 in Toledo. Chris Weills holds up a sign in support of Washington Local Schools Superintendent Susan Hayward during a Washington Local Schools Board meeting Tuesday at the Conn Weissenberger Post 587 in Toledo.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.Toledo council gives Glass City Alternatives the go-ahead to open medical marijuana dispensary
Glass City Alternatives secured a special use permit to use this building at 3209 W. Sylvania Ave. in Toledo to sell medical marijuana. A local investment group secured the special use permit it needed to convert a vacant office building on Sylvania Avenue into a medical marijuana dispensary.
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