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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
10th anniversary for Glass City Skyway

Up until 10 years ago, traffic flow on I-280 through Toledo was subject to the mercurial passings of Great Lakes freighters traveling up or down the Maumee River to serve upriver grain elevators and other docks. Hundreds of times per year, I-280 traffic came to a halt so the bridge could open and allow freighters or other tall vessels to pass through.

ATM-servicing employee accused of stealing $18,000

Jeffery J. Threinen, 51, of the 1500 block of Wilmore Drive in South Toledo is charged with theft, a fourth-degree felony. Mr. Threinen, an armed employee of ATM Solutions of Maumee, is accused of taking $18,000 from a Toledo ATM he was servicing, according to a Maumee police report.

Add your 2 cents to plan for Metropark

Would you like someplace to practice rock climbing outdoors in downtown Toledo? Have you been hoping for more bike trails along the river? How about a big garden of native wildflowers? It is time to share your outdoors dreams with Metroparks of the Toledo Area. Toledo is set to get its second urban park, and Metroparks planners solicited public input Wednesday night at Waite High School.

Flood reduction: Bids may be sought in March

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Hancock County may have a flood-reduction project ready for bid by March.

Peter Lau

Memorial services for Dr. Peter Lau, retired director of regional blood services for the American Red Cross, will be from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Red Cross on the University of Toledo Health Science campus. Dr. Lau, 84, died unexpectedly of a heart attack March 23 in his Redmond, Wash., home while caring for his wife, May, who has been in poor health, son Stephan said.

Maumee man struck bicyclist causing serious injuries

Toledo police said charges are pending today against a Maumee man who was driving a car that struck a bicyclist over the weekend. Rona Proudfoot, 38, of Toledo, who is employed on the copy desk at The Blade, was riding her bicycle in the southbound lanes of the 200 block Reynolds Road at approximately 7 p.m. Friday, according to Toledo police.

Muskets firing at Muster on the Maumee

Dan Woodward, of Toledo, dressed as a 7th U.S. Infantry sergeant, fires a musket with other War of 1812 re-enactors during the Muster on the Maumee at Fort Meigs in Perrysburg.

Conservancy board meeting in Findlay

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer The Maumee Watershed Conservancy District board will hold its regular monthly meeting in Hancock County on Tuesday.

Rankin takes over director's post

Rich Rankin, who has served as assistant director of the Maumee-based United Auto Workers Region 2B since 2014, has been officially installed as the region's next director. Mr. Rankin, a native of Youngstown, had been serving as interim director since Ken Lortz retired on May 31. On Thursday, delegates from locals across Ohio and Indiana elected him to fill the remainder of Mr. Lortz's four-year term, which expires next June.

City's inspections department blasted by mayoral candidate

Toledo mayoral candidate Wade Kapszukiewicz today blasted the city's building inspections department under Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson as chaotic - claiming its computer system failed, it allowed $500,000 in checks to sit in an "unsecured cabinet" for months, and business owners are routinely delayed getting permits. "In far too many cases, city government tells our friends in business 'no' instead of asking 'how,'" Mr. Kapszukiewicz, the Lucas County treasurer said during morning news conference.

Marilyn Bensman: 1932-2017

Marilyn Bensman, who served as Democratic supervisor for the Lucas County Board of Elections for more than 25 years, died Saturday at her home in Maumee. She was 84. Her death came after a long battle with diopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

Local man marks 89th birthday at farmers' market

Isaac Pauly, 3, plays with a birthday balloon he received from Mary Everett, niece of John Paszek, whose 89th birthday was celebrated at the Toledo Farmers' Market. With Isaac is his mom, Wendy Pauly of Maumee.

Toledo Maganize: Toledo Kennel Club show spotlights the best of the best

FEA DOGSHOW11 Allison Sunderman of Hanover, Mich., center, is congratulated on winning Best in Group with Domingo, a two-year-old male Russell Terrier, at the Toledo Kennel Club's All-Breed Show Sunday, June 4, 2017, at the Lucas County Fairgrounds in Maumee. There were 672 dogs from 120 breeds or varieties entered in the event, which ran Saturday and Sunday.

Developer buys 3rd downtown building

Lansing-based Eyde Co. has bought the Four SeaGate building for $13.3 million. The company is tranforming the former Fiberglas Tower, now the Tower on the Maumee.

BGSU to expand look into student success

Bowling Green State University received $750,000 from the state to expand a research project tracking how prepared high school graduates are for college. The university will use the money to broaden a roughly year-old effort to collect data on how local high school graduates perform upon entering BGSU and report that information to their local school districts.

Are the snakes popping up in downtown Toledo dangerous? Only if you try to pick them up

The snakes can be seen along the Maumee River, so we went to the experts at Maumee Bay State Park. On Thursday, we took a picture of a snake swimming the Maumee at the foot of Jefferson Avenue and another picture of a snake sunning itself on a rock along the sidewalk.

C. Eugene Conger: 1927-2017

C. Eugene Conger, a high school science and German teacher and volunteer for the annual German-American Festival who had an interest in a wide range of international cultures, died Tuesday in his residence at Genesis Village in South Toledo. He was 89. He had congestive heart failure, his son, Craig, said.

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