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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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Toledo woman chronicles year of overcoming dares, challenges in book
Sherry Stanfa-Stanley reaches out to a white rhinoceros after brushing and exfoliating him at the Toledo Zoo during her 52/52 project. With her 52nd birthday approaching, Sherry Stanfa-Stanley embarked on a year filled with 52 challenges and chronicled all of it in her new book.Delta greenhouse expansion on hold
The owner of NatureFresh Farms said Thursday that a planned expansion of its large commercial greenhouse in Delta is on hold because of the company's difficulties in finding and keeping employees. The Ontario-based company came to northwest Ohio in 2015, with plans to build a sprawling, 175-acre greenhouse over the next seven years at a cost of up to $200 million.Which side are you on?
"The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference a . And the opposite of life is not death, but indifference between life and death."Ribs and rock: Grand Funk Railroad headlines 34th Northwest Ohio Rib Off
What could be as sweet as the career milestone of nearly 50 years as a band? Perhaps the zesty taste of ribs. What: The Blade's 34th annual Northwest Ohio Rib Off Where: Lucas County Fairgrounds, 1406 Key St., Maumee When: 4 p.m. Thursday; noon Friday; noon Saturday; noon Sunday Price: Price: $7 in advance, $10 day of show, $25 VIP for Dennis DeYoung and the music of Styx on Thursday; $12 in advance, $15 day of show, $37.50 VIP for Lee Brice on Friday; $7 in advance, $10 day of show, $30 VIP for Grand Funk Railroad on Saturday; $5 general admission or $20 VIP for Zapp on Sunday.Country singer's Facebook post on Charlottesville loses band Toledo-area rib fest gig
A band scheduled to perform at a rib festival on Friday has been removed from the program after the group's lead singer wrote a Facebook post supporting white nationalists, according to media reports. The Blade newspaper, which sponsors the Northwest Ohio Rib Off, canceled the appearance by Rodney Parker and Liberty Beach at the event being held at the Lucas County Fairgrounds in Maumee, The Blade reported.'There's No Place Like Home': The happiest of happy hours to keep housing Fair and Attainable
TOLEDO: The Fair Housing Center hosted a fundraiser celebration 'There's No Place Like Home' on August 10, 2017 at The Pinnacle in Maumee. The happy hour event was part of The Pinnacle's Twylite Thursday series, with a portion of proceeds benefitting the Center.Flood-control plans to get another look
This photo, taken by a drone, shows flooding of properties along the Blanchard River northwest of Ottawa in July.Women in rammed car file $3M lawsuit against white nationalists for inciting violence
Two women injured during the chaos surrounding a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville last week have filed a $3 million lawsuit against individuals they say were the organizers and naming more than two-dozen right-wing and neo-Nazi groups in a suit accusing them of inciting violence Saturday. Sisters Tadrint and Micah Washington were headed home in their car Aug. 12 when they turned down an open Charlottesville side street where counterprotesters were marching.Walmart CEO Rips Trump But Won't Quit Advisory Council
Walmart's CEO on Tuesday slammed President Donald Trump's delay in condemning white nationalists - saying he "missed a critical opportunity to help bring our country together" on Saturday - but will not join four other corporate executives in quitting the president's manufacturing advisory council. "Respect for the individual is one of our core beliefs at Walmart," Doug McMillon told employees in a statement posted Monday on the company's website.News10816Heimbach Credit Paul Weaver
White nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach speaks at a rally last year in Pennsylvania. Heimbach's group has been heavily active in the Cincinnati area.Talk It Out: Should Cleveland Clinic's CEO leave Trump advisory council?
Dr. Toby Cosgrove, CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic, announced Monday he would not leave an advisory role to President Donald Trump in the wake of controversy surrounding a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va. Dr. Toby Cosgrove, CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic, announced Monday he would not leave an advisory role to President Donald Trump in the wake of controversy surrounding a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va.Charlottesville violence too much like 1961 for ex-Freedom Rider
The African-American activist Charles Person said he was disappointed to see the country still in such a state of turmoil. For Charles Person, one of the original 13 Freedom Riders, Saturday's violence in Charlottesville was a scary reminder of the attack he endured over 50 decades ago.Rally in Maumee denounces white supremacy in wake of Charlottesville violence
A tight circle of sign-wielding Ohioans stood tall on the lawn of St. Paul's Episcopal Church Monday night. It was a rally denouncing white nationalism and a show of solidarity for the residents of Charlottesville, Va., in the wake of this weekend's racially motivated violence-turned-deadly.Toledo area no stranger to KKK, Nazi rallies
Members of the National Socialist Movement, including Bill White, center brown shirt, appeared in a 2005 rally in front of One Government Center in Toledo. Police previously canceled a rally two months before this one when 100 people were arrested after rioting in North Toledo broke out before a march through a mostly black neighborhood by 15 neo-Nazis.Maumee principal launches education app in response to challenge
What started as a challenge from Maumee Superintendent of Schools Todd Cramer has turned into quite the project for Nick Neiderhouse, the principal at Wayne Trail Elementary School. Mr. Neiderhouse in May launched his WeTeach mobile app, designed to provide teachers and other education professionals a place to interact and share ideas with each other.Teacher of suspect in Virginia car attack: a He had a fondness for Adolf Hitlera
The suspect being held in a Virginia jail in connection with a deadly crash near a scheduled rally of white nationalists holds extreme values, one of his former teachers told CNN on Sunday. James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Maumee, Ohio, is accused of running his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of people, killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring at least 19 others.News 7 mins ago 5:44 a.m.Maumee, Ohio: Charlottesville suspect doesn't represent us
Residents of this small northwest Ohio city want the rest of the world to know this: The man who stands accused in the death of a counter-protester at a white nationalist march in Charlottesville does not represent them. Bill Nau, who works at The Cigar Affair on Maumee's busy main drag, was smoking a cigar Saturday evening when he saw on Fox News that someone had driven into a crowd there, killing one woman and injuring 19. He later learned the suspect was James Alex Fields Jr., 20, identified as being from Maumee.
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