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Known as being a Tree City, Sylvania was named for the dense forests that cover the area. The city has grown in population by nearly 50 percent since 1970. It now has over 18,000 residents, up from 12,000 in 1970 and just 5,100 in 1960. Actress Katie Holmes, wife of actor Tom Cruise, was once a notable resident of the area, as was 2011 American Idol runner-up Crystal Bowersox.

Population: 18965
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 sylvania, ohio: 43560
Towns/Cities near sylvania, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood

Sylvania News
Sister Mary Leo Furlong: 1927-2017

Sister Mary Leo Furlong, a former nursing supervisor for the Sisters of Notre Dame and a longtime area educator, died Friday in Rosary Care Center, Sylvania. She was 89. A registered nurse, Sister Mary Leo also was the charge nurse for the Sisters of Notre Dame in Toledo for 30 years from 1981 until 2011, when she had a stroke and was transferred to Rosary Care Center, Sister Beatrice said.

Toledo the place to be

It was another Saturday night in Toledo, Ohio, but not the boring kind described in the lyrics of the old John Denver song. Not this time.

Car strikes utility pole, closes part of Sylvania Ave.

The stretch of Sylvania Avenue between the Jewish Community Center and Holland-Sylvania Road is closed following a car crash. Sylvania Township police say a car struck and knocked down a utility pole in the 6200 block of Sylvania about 8:45 a.m. A dispatcher says the road will be reopened as soon as Toledo Edison can repair the damaged electric pole.

Palestinian activist to speak on resistance

Iyad Burnat, of the Palestinian village of Bil'in, leads weekly protests against the Israeli separation wall and the building of settlements in the West Bank. "We're talking about the nonviolent resistance and about the life of Palestinians under the [Israeli] occupation," Mr. Burnat said.

Co-working a solid idea

Co-working spaces have taken off in larger cities as millennial professionals who have embraced the gig economy look for the best environments in which to work. These often self-employed professionals - designers, consultants, writers, to name a few - don't always take jobs at traditional corporations with brick-and-mortar headquarters.

Sylvania Library expansion approved

Toledo-Lucas County Public Library officials hope to begin construction this summer to renovate its Sylvania Branch, shown in an architect's rendering. The entry way at the Sylvania Branch Library is one of the locations slated for a complete overhaul in the coming renovations.

Deet's BBQ set to open its 2nd area restaurant

Deet's BBQ, whose owners began their business in 2010 selling barbecue ribs and sandwiches under a black-and-white checkered tent at the Perrysburg Farmers Market, has returned to the Rossford/a Perrysburg area. Deet's BBQ on Thursday opened a second spot at 10000 Fremont Pike/a U.S. 20 in Rossford.

Springfield High School teacher faces felony sex charges

A former Springfield High School math teacher is facing felony charges after prosecutors say he had a sexual relationship with a student. Kyle McKinch, 28, of of the 6000 block of Gettysburg Drive in Sylvania was named in a bill of information filed March 16 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court charging him with one count of sexual battery and three counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.

Students, assistance dogs groups to train pups at UT

Service dog Star lays down next to Louis Belluomini, an Army veteran and ProMedica Air and Mobile medic at ProMedica Flower Hospital on Nov. 2. Danielle Tscherne of Toledo, who has a master's degree in sociology and will finish a second master's in criminal justice at the university this semester, is leading the organization of a new student group that will partner with Assistance Dogs for Achieving Independence of Sylvania to raise and train puppies for service and therapy work. The puppies will live full time with group members for a year or more to grow up while being thoroughly socialized and trained in obedience and how to behave in public.

Course to look at fact-checking news

Kristin Schnerer takes attendance for her geography class at Start High School. Miss Schnerer received approval from the Toledo Board of Education to teach a new course on media and politics.

Sylvania residents can weigh in on library

Community members can weigh in on design plans for the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library Sylvania branch's upcoming expansion at a public hearing today. Officials from the library and from Cleveland-based HBM Architects will present updated renderings on what the new, modernized building will look like and take questions and comments from the audience.

Toledo Magazine: Jammin' with the oldies

It is said that music has the power to connect souls. Those connections might not be more evident than on most Wednesday afternoons at the Perrysburg Area Senior Center, where music is played and toes are a-tappin'.

Religion Offerings: 3-18

The Masjid Saad Foundation, 4225 W. Alexis Rd., Sylvania, is presenting "Misconceptions about Islam: In Which We Help You Adjust Your Malarky Filter" at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, the second installment of its "The Jesus Fatwah: Loving Your Muslim Neighbor as Yourself" series. The 90-minute program will include a showing of a short video in which Islamic and Christian scholars offer insight into what Muslims believe, how they live out their faith, and how we all can be about building relationships across the lines of faith.

Sylvania Twp. bank robbed

A release from the FBI in Toledo said the man entered the bank in the 3200 block North Holland-Sylvania road about 4:25 p.m. Friday and demanded money from the tellers. He took an undisclosed amount of money and fled on foot, the release said.

Recently reviewed restaurants: 3-16

Summaries of recently reviewed area restaurants, in the order in which they were reviewed, with the most recent at the top. To see previous Bill of Fare reviews on the Web, go to .

Thomas H. Durnford: 1926-2017

Thomas H. Durnford, an artist who enjoyed a loyal following for his watercolor landscapes, died Sunday in his Sylvania home. He was 90. Mr. Durnford had been painting and showcasing his watercolor pieces up until he fell ill.

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.

Lecturer: Bannon, ISIS share views

A key adviser to President Trump shares a bleak outlook with terrorist groups: an apocalyptic worldview, according to a local Roman Catholic theologian. The Rev.

Co-working concept takes root in Sylvania

Members of the Sylvania Area Community Improvement Corp. are putting a call out to freelancers, entrepreneurs, and consultants to see if anyone would use a community work space in town. They believe there's a need - working from an isolated home office or a noisy coffee shop isn't always ideal when you don't have a dedicated office building - but they don't want to make the investment if no one will use it.

Pedestrian struck twice and killed while crossing Airport Hwy., driver flees

Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers says a person was crossing Airport Highway near Holloway Rd. when they were hit by a car and killed. Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers say a man was driving on Angola Rd. near Holland-Sylvania around 7:40 p.m. when he lost control of his car and hit the tree.

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