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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 city’s largest employers, with over 2,300 employees. St. Luke’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.

Population: 14286
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 maumee, ohio: 43537
Towns/Cities near maumee, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood

Maumee News
Church partners with area Habitats for tri-build

CedarCreek Church has partnered with three Habitat for Humanity affiliates for the first CedarCreek Build serving Hancock, Wood and Lucas counties.

Heavy fog blankets area

Above, Igor Bidziura, left, his brother Viktor, right, and friend Ruevim Levtonyuk shove off in their inflatable as they head out to fish for walleye in the Maumee River at Side Cut Metropark in Maumee, the shoreline obscured by fog behind them.

Board: Begin work on part of flood project

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer DEFIANCE - The Maumee Watershed Conservancy District has agreed to proceed with preliminary engineering work on a plan to improve the Blanchard River channel through Findlay in order to reduce flooding in the city.

Breaking regional water deadlock

Negotiation between Toledo and suburban customers on forming a regional water partnership has, at times, seemed like blowing up a balloon with a hole in it: a lot of hot air goes into filling it, then the balloon deflates back to its original state. Maumee Mayor Richard Carr summed it up nicely at the March 8 meeting of the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments' regional water planning committee: "I don't know how much longer we can continue to do this, where we come to a meeting and then we go backward, we come to a meeting and then we go backward."

Anything Goes at Maumee Performing Arts Center

"I was kind of, like shocked, when I found out I had to do a lot of tapping for this. Because in most shows, I've always been in the back row, so I can watch everyone else dance and follow their feet,' says Maumee High School Senior Karmann Ludwig, "but honestly, I'm kind of surprised at how much we can tap."

Oregon OK's Volunteer Energy as natural gas supplier

Oregon City Council approved an agreement with Volunteer Energy to be the city's natural gas aggregation supplier for two years beginning in April.The agreement was negotiated by the Northwest Ohio Aggregation Coalition , of which Oregon is a member. NOAC, formed in 2003, is an aggregation of governments that negotiate electric and gas purchases to save consumers costs on their utility bills.

Profit, compassion can co-exist

If every act of kindness matters and everything a business does can impact people's lives, then why do so many people believe that businesses can either only turn a profit or be a force for social good? "Those two things can go together," Carolyn Woo, the former president and chief executive of Catholic Relief Services, told a business leaders audience in Toledo on Wednesday. Too many are taught business is a zero-sum game and it is "win" versus everything else, Ms.

Fritz Hetzel: 1931-2017

Fritz Hetzel, the Fritz in the Fritz and Alfredo's restaurant he co-owned and who was a founder of the popular German-American Festival held annually in Oregon, died March 8 at home in Delray Beach, Fla. He was 85. The couple, longtime Bedford Township residents, moved to Florida in 2005 after he retired from Fritz and Alfredo's.

Snow no big deal, but closes schools

Owen Hancock, 7, of Whitehouse, front, and Luke Schoon, 6, of Perrysburg enjoy a morning of sledding at Side Cut Metropark in Maumee. Several school districts, including Anthony Wayne and Perrysburg, were closed Tuesday because of the snow.

Amber Alert for NW Ohio boy, father

Authorities issued a statewide Amber Alert Tuesday morning for a 10-month-old northwest Ohio boy taken by his father, whom police considered dangerous. Winston and James Ramey are believed to be traveling in a black 2006 Chrysler Town & Country van .

Tower on Maumee praised by architect

Elisabeth Knibbe, Quinn Evans Architects, is an expert in state and federal historic tax credit programs, and spoke during the Rotary Club of Toledo luncheon. The Tower on the Maumee at 200 N. Saint Clair St. was once Fiberglas Tower.

Five things you might have missed: 3/13

Dorothy Price, center, with sisters from left to right: Sr. Faustina, Sr. Maria, Sr. Margaret, and Sr. Rosana. Story is about a $200,000 gift from Dorothy Price's estate to the Sacred Heart Home.

Philanthropist's gifts helped spread love of children, arts through area

Dorothy Price, center, with sisters, from left to right: Faustina, Maria, Margaret, and Rosana. Mrs. Price had a long and loving relationship with the Little Sisters of the Poor.

Estate sues Maumee bar for drunken crash

The estate of a Toledo man killed by a drunken driver filed a wrongful-death suit Thursday against the Maumee bar that allegedly served the driver just before the crash. Monica Belcher, administrator of the estate of her ex-husband, Dewin Bradley, filed the complaint in Lucas County Common Pleas Court against Idiot Enterprises LLC, Village Idiot LLC, and two unnamed employees of the Conant Street bar, alleging they sold alcoholic beverages to Jason Jude on March 13, 2015.

Humane Society suspects dogfighting after dog found badly injured

The Toledo Area Humane Society's veterinary assistant Shelly Morrison, left, and veterinarian Anna Brown, DVM, with Otis, a male Pit Bull, at the group's offices in Maumee today. The Toledo Area Humane Society is offering a reward for information regarding a seriously injured dog that appears to have been fought.

Toledo, suburbs to tap facilitator for water talks

Leaders from Toledo and its eight regional water customers voted today to bring in a neutral party to facilitate discussions on how best to form a regional water district under state law. The decision at today's Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments' regional water planning committee meeting is another step forward in the months-long discussions aimed at equalizing water rates across communities who currently buy water from Toledo and it's Collins Park Water Treatment plant.

BGSU finance teacher plans to challenge Latta

A Maumee man whose father was a longtime state representative said he plans to challenge U.S. Rep. Bob Latta for the 5th Congressional District seat next year. J. Michael Galbraith, 65, who teaches personal finance at Bowling Green State University and runs an investment fund, intends to run as a Democrat.

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