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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
Inmate who escaped hospital found guilty

An inmate at the Lucas County jail who pushed past sheriff's deputies and fled from Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center was found guilty of four charges Wednesday in Lucas County Common Pleas Court. Christian Pfaff, 26, of Holland entered Alford pleas - not admitting guilt - to escape, attempted failure to comply with the order or signal of police, and two counts of robbery.

Father Joseph Cardone named Mercy Health chief missions officer

The Rev. Joseph Cardone blesses the Mercy Health Sylvania Medical Center in 2015.

Toledo council debates Lake Erie "impairment" designation

Speakers on Monday urged City Council to adopt a resolution of "impairment" for western Lake Erie for the sake of public health, despite some concerns that federal regulators would use the designation to tighten discharge requirements for the city of Toledo. "Declare western Lake Erie impaired.

Appliance Center slates job fair for Sylvania site

The Appliance Center in Maumee. A new Appliance Center will open soon in Sylvania, and a job fair to staff that location is slated for Friday and Saturday.

Five vying for Sylvania Municipal Court judge seat

It's been 30 years since there's been a vacancy on the Sylvania Municipal Court bench, and the list of those who'd like to fill it is long. Five local lawyers are running Nov. 7 for the judgeship held since 1988 by Judge M. Scott Ramey, who is completing his fifth term on the bench and is not seeking re-election.

Daily Log: 10/9

Anna Faulkner, 84, of Toledo, July 23, at Ebeid in Sylvania. Accidental, complications of blunt-force trauma to head and torso; deceased fell down stairs at home.

Blade Voters Guide: 10/8

And that's something that the vast majority of Toledoans declined to do the last time they had a chance, the Sept. 12 primary election.

Stories of our lives

When recently retired grant writer Karen Glaser sat down to try her hand at creative writing, she knew she had a story to tell. It would incorporate political upheaval, police violence, even a death threat from a band of left-wing guerrilla-inspired radicals.

One person's trash can truly be artistic treasure

The idea lab coordinator at Imagination Station is looking for discarded wire, plastic disposable spoons, washers, bottle caps, corks, old electronics parts, and cardboard - the kinds of things that often end up in trash cans or recycling bins. And he's rarely disappointed, often leaving the recyclables store with two or three bags of materials for the lab, where children who visit the science museum stop to tinker and create and learn about science, technology, engineering, and math.

Kathleen A. Maidlow

Kathleen A. Maidlow, a public school speech therapist and special education teacher who dedicated volunteer hours to helping children, died Wednesday at ProMedica Ebeid Hospice Residence, Sylvania. She was 77. Mrs. Maidlow retired in 1998 from the Sylvania schools, where she'd worked for much of her 33-year career.

Study shows Toledo among most distressed large U.S. cities

Areas in the state of Ohio broken down by their distress score, according to a study by the Economic Innovation Group. Toledo's areas broken down by the level of economic distress, according to a study by the Economic Innovation Group.

Spirit of Sierah Run honors slain woman

The four-mile NWOH Spirit of Sierah Run will start at Ice Industries at 3810 Herr Rd. in Sylvania. Proceeds will go toward educating the public on Sierah's Law.

CCNO creates special subcomittee to handle Lucas Co. cuts, exit

A man who has been released from the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio leaves the bus outside of the Lucas County Corrections Center in Toledo. STRYKER, Ohio The board of the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio created a special subcommittee Wednesday to deal with Lucas County's plans to slash the number of inmate spaces it needs and eventually pull out of its agreement to use the regional jail.

Sylvania woman explains her near encounter of the Las Vegas mass shooting

About a half hour before the shooting started, Deb and a friend left the concert early by cab and went to the Flamingo for a bit. They then walked back to their hotel.

Monday Memories: Political crossroads

So it was on Oct. 2, 1940, when Hoosier businessman Wendell Willkie came to town campaigning for the office of president. He arrived in northwest Ohio from Adrian with his train first pulling into Sylvania, before he embarked on a motorcade journey that wended its way to downtown Toledo.

Olander Park welcomes Sylvanians ahead of levy vote

But this was also a way to thank community members known as 'Friends of Olander' who volunteer at the park over the summer. "Oh I'm so excited.

Fasting for faith: Abstaining from food offers sense of clarity, clergy say

The Day of Atonement, as the Jewish high holiday is known, asks adherents to abstain from food and drink in a fast that extends, this year, from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday. It's a practice that has deep roots in the Torah, which shares text with the Old Testament and which, in a passage tied to Yom Kippur, instructs: " shall afflict your souls."

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