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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
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"Be it resolved that the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance supports a ban on buying and selling any assault rifle and furthermore supports the age requirement to be 21 years to buy any gun - pistol or rifle." The alliance, under the presidency of Pastor Cedric Brock of Mount Nebo Baptist Church, represents more than 50 churches that serve the urban community.Suburbs can't wait for TAWA, consider other options
"This is a real set back and it's not good for Northwest Ohio," said Mayor of Maumee Rich Carr. It's a big decision that could change how much you pay for water dramatically.How to Turn Instagram Into a Second Career: One Photographer's Story
Eric Ward's son, Cole, at Fort Meigs, in Perrysburg, Ohio. For strongly backlit sunset silhouettes, Ward meters the brightest part of the image, underexposing the subject.Kucinich says regional water deal is bad for Toledoans
While the trial for her alleged killer continues, the family of Reagan Tokes is finding some relief in organizing a series of fund-raising events this weekend to provide college scholarships in the young woman's memory. The Reagan Delaney Tokes Memorial Foundation will host three events spread over Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in the inaugural Rally for Reagan.U.S. EPA releases Lake Erie action plan - read it here
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday unveiled a 119-page action plan to stop algal blooms that jeopardize Lake Erie's drinking water, fishing and tourism. The plan boils down to cutting the amount of phosphorous that seeps into the smallest and shallowest Great Lake from farm fields, with a goal of a 40 percent reduction from tributaries including Ohio's Maumee, Portage, Sandusky and Huron rivers.Suburbs will move forward with regional water deal without Toledo as they wait for vote
Wendy Gramza, President & CEO of the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, left, leads the applause after leaders from Toledo and the suburban communities that buy its water signed a memorandum of understanding to form the Toledo Area Water Authority Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at the Toledo Chamber of Commerce office. Entities involved in Toledo Area Water Authority discussions are poised to draft a new memorandum of understanding without Toledo, Lucas County Commissioner Pete Gerken confirmed.Former paramedic 'Standing Courageous' against domestic violence
Registered nurses discuss a hospital-based scenario with a victim of domestic violence. They are, clockwise from left: Amber Geitgey, of Toledo [with pen and paper]; Drew Toth, of Maumee; Talee Graff, of Oregon [partially obscured], Kayla Carr, of Ida, Michigan, and Jacob Hinojosa, of Temperance, Michigan.Assessing the effectiveness of remediation of contaminated sediments...
EPA Home A Science Inventory A Assessing the effectiveness of remediation of contaminated sediments in the Ottawa River Segment of the Maumee Great Lakes Area of Concern using biological endpoints: toxicity, food web tissue contamination, biotic condition and DNA damage Assessing the effectiveness of remediation of contaminated sediments in the Ottawa River Segment of the Maumee Great Lakes Area of Concern using biological endpoints: toxicity, food web tissue contamination, biotic condition and DNA damage Lazorchak, Jim, K. Fritz, R. Yeardley, J. Meier, M. Mills, P. Wernsing, H. Haring, D. Walters, J. Kraus, AND B. Armstrong.Preserving Toledo's future
Toledo is growing and revitalizing, becoming what it will be for the next generation. But as Toledo redevelops, it must be careful not to lose the historic structures that have made it what it is.Maumee OKs agreement to create new intersection on Anthony Wayne Trail
Maumee city council voted 5-0 Monday night to approve a development agreement to create a new intersection between Ford Street and Monclova Road on the Anthony Wayne Trail. The agreement states Ford & AWT LLC will pay for all costs to improve the intersection, which will redirect traffic away from residential areas.Dana Introduces Tire Management, Axle Innovations
Dana Inc. introduced the next generation of its Rhombus TireAnalytics platform. It also introduced its new Spicer S172 series single-drive axle for Class 7 and 8 vehicles and its Spicer D172 series heavy-duty tandem axle for construction, heavy haul and severe-service applications.Acoustics for Autism draws thousands to Maumee
Inside the Village Idiot for the 11th annual Acoustics for Autism event, which featured more than 60 musical acts performing on six stages. The Audiophiles perform at The Village Idiot in Maumee as part of the 11th annual Acoustics for Autism event March 5, 2018.Shirley E. Timonere
Shirley E. Timonere, retired president and general manager of WGTE public broadcasting, who was recognized nationally as a force in educational television, died Friday in St. Luke's Hospital, Maumee. She was 83. Mrs. Timonere retired in 2002, several months after WGTE moved from its longtime downtown Toledo home to a $5 million, 40,000 square-foot facility on South Detroit Avenue.Once Upon a Vine supports zoo programs
Colette Foley of France, was at The Toledo Zoo and Aquariums Once Upon a Vine gourmet dinner and auction to visit her daughter Elizabeth Foley, who was on the event committee. Karen Merrels learns about infused vodka from event committee member Jim Moore at The Toledo Zoo and Aquariums Once Upon a Vine gourmet dinner and auction.Detoxify: Experts advise when, how to end bad relationships
The countless times he would pressure her to ditch her family or friends so that she could hang out with him, and then, when she showed up, make a point to ignore her. In retrospect, it's easy for Christy to identify her relationship with her high school sweetheart as toxic.Girl Scouts learn how to be their 'best self'
Maumee resident Mona Maxwell writes down things that bug her. The scouts then put those things in a locked box.Maumee church service connects with people with disabilities
Sunshine worker Lora Stenzel, left, looks down as Vincent Banar, 4, plays with Sunshine resident Leigh Moncrief's valentines day balloon during the Faith and Light at the Spiritual Life Center at Sunshine Communities in Maumee, Ohio, on Tuesday, February 20, 2018. Volunteers and caretakers pray during the Faith and Light at the Spiritual Life Center at Sunshine Communities in Maumee, Ohio, on Tuesday, February 20, 2018.Local organization wants Toledo to have more sway in regional water deal
Old West End resident David Neuendorff, at podium, said his biggest issue with the proposed sale or lease of the water plant is that all participating TAWA members would be on the hook for those payments. Toledo resident David Neuendorff speaks a press conference conducted by Protect Our Water, which is opposed to the Toledo Area Water Authority as presently structured.TAWA Member communities respond to possible vote
This is a new development making some of the other TAWA communities nervous, mostly because of the waiting game they have to play. If this is successful, the Collins Park Water Treatment Plant wouldn't belong to just Toledo, but all nine member TAWA communities in hopes of everyone getting fair water rates.
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