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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
Miriam "Mickey" Sokobin: 1934-2017

Miriam "Mickey" Sokobin, who embraced Toledo as home, becoming a language teacher in the Jewish community and a hospital volunteer, died Aug. 15 in ProMedica Ebeid Hospice Residence, Sylvania. She was 83. Mrs. Sokobin, a native of Tel Aviv, was married to Rabbi Alan Sokobin, rabbi emeritus of The Temple-Congregation Shomer Emunim in Sylvania Township.

Sylvania band removed from Rib Off after white nationalist post

Rodney Parker sings with his band during the annual XXIX Parking in the Parking Lot event at the Toledo Club on September 9, 2016. Sylvania act Rodney Parker and Liberty Beach has been removed as the opening band on Friday at The Blade's 34th annual Northwest Ohio Rib Off.

An eastern Ohio wedding essential: the cookie table

But "cookie table" is an insufficient term, because there are so many cookies of so many different varieties that it actually requires multiple tables to display them. Some families even set up an entire cookie room off from the main reception hall.

Spring Meadows-area road work under way

A resurfacing project originally slated to begin last month on Airport Highway in the Spring Meadows area of Springfield Township finally got going Monday. The Shelly Co.

Save the flavor: At-home canning is making a come back

Patrice Powers-Barker of the Ohio State University Extension Office, with a book on preserving at the Sylvania Famers Market on Aug. 1. Tomatoes, peppers, onions, peaches, berries, plums ... oh, it's all absolutely glorious. You try to eat as much as you can when it's fresh from the garden, the farm stand, or the farmers' market, knowing that the season is ephemeral.

Charlottesville attack suspect courted little suspicion from neighbors

James Alex Fields Jr. did not go out of his way to make an impression on neighbors at the quiet, well-tended apartment complex where he lived in South Toledo. A handful of neighbors or workers at Oak Hill Apartments, at Garden and Holland-Sylvania roads, said on Monday they had no interaction with the man who is now facing murder charges in Virginia for alleging driving his car into a crowd of people during a demonstration.

Road Warrior: 8/14

Each week during the construction season, The Blade's Road Warrior highlights the major construction projects in Toledo and the surrounding area, noting where delays are worst and suggesting alternate routes. A tour Friday of I-475/U.S. 23 showed all mainline paving associated with recent projects between U.S. 24 and the I-475/U.S. 23 split was finished, but some work remained to be done on interchange ramps.

Frances L. Darcy: 1927-2017

Frances L. Darcy, a onetime waitress who went on to represent workers in that field as a Toledo area business agent and vice president of the hotel and restaurant employees union, died Thursday in the Lakes of Sylvania care facility. She was 89. Mrs. Darcy of South Toledo also was a leader for more than 16 years of Toledo's Civil Service Commission.

Paul M. Heffern

Paul M. Heffern, a civil engineer whose expertise in materials and design was called on widely by those planning roads and drainage systems, died Aug. 3 in Kingston Care Center of Sylvania. He was 79. For more than 25 years, Mr. Heffern was chief engineer of the former Independent Concrete Pipe Co.

Hicks-Hudson's newest hire was only applicant for job

The newly hired assistant chief operating officer in Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson's administration was the only applicant for the $88,000 per year job, a city spokesman said. Reena Dar, who has spent the last 11 years employed in Ontario governmental positions, began work Monday for the city of Toledo, said Carrie Russell Hartman, assistant to Mayor Hicks-Hudson.

Victim of road rage goes to social media for help

An extreme event of road rage almost cost a woman her life, causing her to reach out to social media to find the person responsible. "I wish I could take the picture out of my head, but I can't.

Christine N. Brown

Christine N. Brown, a registered nurse at the former Medical College of Ohio whose empathy and care was evident in childhood, died Saturday in Heartland at ProMedica on the Flower Hospital campus in Sylvania. She was 67. Ms.

Local brewer brings Upside to festival

Not this year. The Upside Brewing owner was serving up his own beer last Friday night at the seventh installment of the annual event at Centennial Terrace in Sylvania.

Ann Wilson of Heart to rock the stage at Centennial Terrace

There's a line in rock and roll band Heart's hit song "Crazy On You" that goes, "But I tell myself that I'm doing alright." Ann Wilson, who together with her sister, Nancy, sold 35 million albums with their band Heart, might find that lyric relevant in her life now more than ever.

5 candidates filed for open seats on Sylvania school board

Shannon Szyperski, Greg Feller, and Gregory LaManna are challenging incumbents Julie Hoffman and Stephen Rothschild. Current board member Dave Spiess' seat is also up, although he did not file for reelection.

Sister Mary Quintin Brickner

Sister Mary Quintin Brickner, a teacher in northwest Ohio who volunteered for the Sisters of Notre Dame mission in Papua New Guinea - and stayed for 38 years - died Monday at Rosary Care Center, Sylvania. She was 84. Sister Mary Quintin returned to the United States in 2002 and lived at the Notre Dame Sisters' Provincial Center.

Lucas County featured in addiction film focusing on teens

"It started in high school with alcohol and marijuana and it was more of a social thing and then it became kind of a way to deal with feelings," said Jordan Shuman, a recovering addict. "I went from alcohol to smoking weed to cocaine to pills, Percocet's and then to the heroin you know that eventually took me to my knees," said Curtis Roth a recovering addict.

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