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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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Friends and family at a vigil for Collin Doyle say the teen was 'positive' and someone who 'would always have your back.' Along a bank of the Maumee River, across the street from Maumee's Riverside Cemetery, friends and relatives of a 17-year-old Maumee High School senior who was fatally shot gathered Thursday to remember him.First tenant of the Tower on the Maumee announced
Another corporate headquarters will be moving to downtown Toledo. After sitting vacant for years, the Tower on the Maumee, one of the more prominent parts of the downtown Toledo skyline, officially has its first tenant.Maumee proactive in blight fight
City Council heard 2016 highlights and reviews from several departments Monday night. Mayor Richard Carr spoke highly of the inspection division's efforts to spot residential eyesores such as broken windows, overgrown yards, or roofs in disrepair.No print edition of The Blade on Presidents Day
There is no print edition of The Blade on Presidents Day. For electronic delivery of The Blade, please go to eblade.toledoblade.com on your computer or tablet for today's newspaper.Radio station opening new channels of learning at local high school
Communications students Lexus Cunningham, a senior, left, and Johnnah Johnson, a junior work at Springfield High School's radio station, FM 97.7 WNLB-LP. Springfield Schools Superintendent Michael O'Shea walked over to a radio sitting on a shelf in his office one day last week and turned it on.Fair helps owners of pets care for their best friends
Sara Beam, a registered veterinary technician, left, takes a look at Midnight, a 1-year-old cat, owned by Kevin Jones, center, and his fiancA©e, Jamie Jacinto, at the service fair. Sara Beam and Dr. Monica Monto, center left, check Sienna, 14, a female 'pit bull' owned by Mark Mazurek, who said he jumped at the chance to have his dog evaluated.Urgent care centers on upswing
Urgent care centers have fewer pricey medical diagnostics machines, but there is an x-ray machine. If a specialist is needed, one can be available for video consultations.Holiday schedule: 2-20
Toledo, county, state, and federal government officers will be closed Monday in observance of Presidents' Day; government offices in Sylvania and Perrysburg will be closed; Maumee and Oregon city offices will be open, but municipal courts will be closed.Self-defense training a life-saving asset during an attack
The shocking news of Maumee native Reagan Tokes' murder has shaken our community. The murders of Tokes and Sierah Joughin has left many asking, "How can we be safe, and keep our kids safe too?" While every situation is different, officers at the Police Academy say the first thing to do is be aware of your surroundings.Residents learn about Maumee Water Trail
PAULDING Approximately 20 people attended an open house at the Paulding County Carnegie Library on Monday night. The topic of the open house was the designation of the Maumee River as an Ohio Water Trail.Dana Inc. purchases Michigan plant
Dana Inc . said Monday it has reached an agreement to purchase a Michigan automotive plant, U.S. Manufacturing Corp ., that makes axle and drive shaft parts for commercial and passenger vehicles, including the Toledo-built Jeep Wrangler.Less Valentine's spending expected
Americans are expected to spend slightly less on Valentine's Day this year, but local florists say the timing of the holiday should help with their business. Jason Peters, owner of Maumee Valley Chocolate & Candy, dips strawberries into milk chocoate at his store on Conant Street in Maumee.Program to offer funds to replace gas pump locks
Lucas County Auditor Anita Lopez is taking steps, including putting up $50,000 in county funds, to make it harder for criminals to insert skimming devices on gas pumps to steal credit and debit card information. Ms. Lopez is addressing the older locking system and the universal keys that perpetrators can get to open gas pump terminals and insert skimming devices into credit card readers.Man accused of killing Ohio State student could face death penalty
A man accused of killing a 21-year-old Ohio State University student is expected to be arraigned on multiple felony counts Monday, and the prosecutor could seek the death penalty, reports say. Brian Lee Golsby, 29, of Grove City, is charged with rape, kidnapping, aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and receiving stolen property, the Lantern reports .Primary elections could shift to May in Lucas Co.
Lucas County's long history of holding municipal primary elections in September could end under a charter amendment being considered by Toledo City Council. The charter proposal would move the primary up from September to May. The candidate-filing deadline would move from July to February, as is done in cities in 85 other Ohio counties.Romance still in air for 2016 brides, grooms
Kenzi Clouse Green and John Lung. Residence: Bowling Green, OH July 2, 2016 Ceremony: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Toledo Reception: home of Bruce and Marina Lung of Temperance, MI Parents: Michael and Therese Clouse of Fostoria, OH and Cheryl Placko of Englewood, FL and Bruce and Marina Lung of Temperance, MI Honeymoon: Planning on going to Greece or Bora Bora someday.
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