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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
Car crashes into Sylvania pool

Multiple crashes were reported around northwest Ohio during Tuesday's morning commute, but emergency crews in Sylvania said they've never seen one like this before. A car ended up in an above-ground pool in the backyard of a residence near Convent Boulevard and Brinthaven Drive, said Sylvania Police Capt.

Dozens of crashes slow Tuesday morning commute

Sylvania Township police say that eastbound Sylvania Avenue is closed because of a crash at Holland Sylvania. That should be reopened by 10:00 AM.

Some light work with Save Electric

Most of us don't give much thought to how our light bulbs are made, we just want them to illuminate when we turn them on. But when you're a David battling three Goliaths - as Toledo-based Save Electric Corp. was in 1964 - finding your niche can make all the difference.

Sylvania man found guilty of attempted murder, aggravated arson

A Sylvania man was found guilty Friday by a Lucas County Common Pleas jury for hiring someone to set fire to a house where three people lived. Adel Ahmed Kamal, 59, of the 4700 block of Mount Airy Road, was found guilty of three counts of attempted murder and a count of aggravated arson following a four-day trial before Judge Stacy Cook.

El Tipico celebrates 50 years

Since then, the "Taco" portion of the title has been dropped and the restaurant has switched to an entirely organic menu. But the business has remained in the family, under the management of Dina Villa, daughter of the original owners, and in the same location on South Avenue in Toledo.

Kucinich says regional water deal is bad for Toledoans

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dennis Kucinich meets with the Blade editorial board Thursday March 8 in Toledo. He said a regional water authority is a bad idea for Toledo.

Steinem stars at fund-raiser for Fedor's state senate campaign

Gloria Steinem is presented with a collage of herself created by University of Toledo fine arts student Tenayah Bowmer. Steinem was at the Toledo Club to help kick off State Rep. Theresa Fedor's state senate campaign.

Engineering success: Annual train and toy show draws fans of all ages

Ryan Kee, 3, and his father Andy Kee, of Bowling Green, watch a train going around the track during the Greater Toledo Toy & Train Show at Owens Community College on March 12, 2017. Sisters Hareem Qureshi, 4, left, and Suniya Qureshi, 7, right, of Sylvania, look at a model train during the Greater Toledo Toy & Train Show at Owens Community College on March 12, 2017.

Mercy Health, Lighthouse for partnership for psychiatric telemedicine

Lighthouse Telehealth, a newly created subsidiary of Harbor Behavioral Health, will partner with Mercy Health to provide psychiatric services through telemedicine to increase the speed and efficiency of placing patients in appropriate care. A team of psychiatrists licensed to practice in Ohio and advanced-practice nurse support will be available for 24/7 consultation for emergency room patients needing additional behavioral health or substance use disorder services.

Police make arrest in Southview High School bomb threat

Sylvania police arrested a 17-year-old student late Friday afternoon, accusing him of making a bomb threat late Thursday evening at Southview High School, according to a statement made by Sylvania Schools superintendent Adam Fineske on the district Facebook page Sunday afternoon. The student, who was not named, wanted the day off from school on Friday, according to the statement.

Religion Offerings: 3/3

Holi is a springtime festival in which Hindus leave behind the winter cold and welcome the coming colors of spring, according to Pandit Anant Dixit. In addition to the colorful revelry with which many are familiar, Holi is also celebrated with bonfires that recollect a good-over-evil account in Hindu texts; demoness Holika failed to burn Prahlad, a staunch devotee to Vishnu.

Police investigate bomb threat made at Southview High School

A bomb threat was made late Thursday against Sylvania Southview High School, but school is scheduled to start on time Friday, according to statement from Sylvania Schools Superintendent Adam Fineske. Sylvania City Police, along with the Toledo Police K-9 bomb unit, conducted a sweep of the building and gave the all clear at approximately 1:30 a.m. Friday.

Local organization wants Toledo to have more sway in regional water deal

Old West End resident David Neuendorff, at podium, said his biggest issue with the proposed sale or lease of the water plant is that all participating TAWA members would be on the hook for those payments. Toledo resident David Neuendorff speaks a press conference conducted by Protect Our Water, which is opposed to the Toledo Area Water Authority as presently structured.

City of Toledo cancels first TAWA neighborhood meeting

The decision to cancel was made because of the weather. But there is no need to worry.

Sylvania art walk highlights 'Group of Nine'

'Female Nude, Back,' an ink drawing by Michelle Arnold Paine, is among the works on display in the 'Group of Nine' exhibit at Hudson Gallery in Sylvania. Group of Nine opens with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Hudson Gallery, 5645 N. Main St. It's the 11th year for the show, which this year features a variety of media, including painting, metal work, sculpture, ceramics, glass, and photography.

Mayor Kapszukiewicz says Toledoans will have say in Water Authority

Kapszukiewicz said the city will take the vote on Toledo Regional Water Authority to the taxpayers if Toledo City Council approves the measure. Nick Komive, chair of the Water Quality and Sustainability Committee on the Toledo City Council, says this decision is the most transparent, even though it is risky.

Developer plans to build upscale townhomes in Toledo's Warehouse District

Exmoor in Ottawa Hills and Riverhills, Northwoods, and Corey Woods in Sylvania Township are among the million-dollar subdivisions developed by his family's Sylvania-based company, McGowan Properties. Now, the developer is turning his attention to new home construction in Toledo's urban core to the accommodate the growing devotees to downtown living.

TPD captain picked for Chief of Police in Sylvania Twp.

He was chosen from among six candidates, each of whom took two written tests and were interviewed by the trustees. Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn was also part of the interview process.

Oregon City Schools discuss classroom safety with community

Oregon Police Chief Michael Navarre answers a question regarding if teachers should have guns. Oregon City Schools and local law enforcement agencies hosted a community safety forum at Clay High School in Oregon on Monday.

Kapszukiewicz administration forms recreation task force

Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz is forming a task force that will spend six months assessing Toledo's recreational facilities and programs. The goal is to find areas where the city and its community partners can improve when it comes to sports, pools, playgrounds and more, Legislative Director Gretchen DeBacker said.

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