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Toledo is home to Jeep headquarters and has two production facilities. It is known as the "Glass City" because of a long history of innovation in the glass industry. Several of the country's prominent glass companies originated in Toledo.
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 toledo, ohio:
43617 43604 43605 43606 43607 43608 43609 43610 43611 43612 43613 43614 43615 43617 43620 43623
Towns/Cities near toledo, ohio : Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood
Toledo mayor denounces Ohio tax proposal
Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson argued Tuesday that the city can do a better job of collecting the local business income tax as she urged lawmakers to reject Gov. John Kasich's proposal to collect the tax at the state level. She told a House Finance subcommittee that, despite arguments from the state to the contrary, the plan would cost the city $200,000 a year in added fees, make it more difficult for the city to conduct timely audits, and be less convenient to taxpayers.1 taken to hospital after South Toledo shooting
Police and paramedics responded after 8 p.m. to a report of a person shot at Spencer and Colton streets. Guidelines: Please keep your comments smart and civil.Polish Village holds annual paczki sale
Wendy Wester, 46, of Toledo didn't let the weather bother her as she picked paczkis for herself, her son, husband, and co-workers. Created by the Lagrange Village Council in 1990 to raise funds for neighborhood improvements, this project-selling authentic Polish paczki.Leader of JCC says threats will not intimidate Jewish community
"We will not be intimidated by this," said Joel Marcovitch, CEO Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo. "We will continue to live our life."Police warn of sweepstakes scams
Last week the FBI released an alert about a growing scam; crooks calling consumers with the exciting news that they have won big prizes in a national sweepstakes. Of course the calls are frauds and they are tricking victims into sending thousands of dollars to pay non-existent expenses.Central Toledo man charged with aggravated arson
Authorities charged Dalon Coffey, 25, of the 1100 block of Buckingham Street with two counts of aggravated arson after a Nov. 3 house fire at 905 Heston St. in the central city. He appeared for a hearing in Toledo Municipal Court.Toledo man gets 8 years in prison for shooting death
A Toledo man who shot and killed a man he said was his friend was sentenced today to eight years in prison by Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Stacy Cook. Bryan Thomas, 21, of the 3200 block of Kimball Avenue entered Alford pleas Feb. 24 and was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter with a firearm specification and participating in a criminal gang for fatally shooting Martel Miller, 22, of Toledo Dec. 21, 2015.Kroger to submit revised plan for new Toledo store
After being denied multiple times by the Toledo Plan Commission, Kroger is submitting a revised site plan for a new store near the intersection of Monroe and Secor. In the latest release, Kroger says a significant amount of attention has gone into preparing a new plan that is complimentary to the surrounding neighborhood.Man fatally struck by vehicle on I-75
A North Toledo man was killed when he was struck by a vehicle driven by a Michigan woman on northbound I-75 just north of the I-280 interchange early today, officials said. Mr. Guerrero was fixing a broken down vehicle on the side of the interstate when he walked into the path of a vehicle driven by Derrick Brown, 49, of Dearborn Heights, Mich.Hancock grand jury indicts Chicago man for murder
By J. STEVEN DILLON Murder charges have been filed against a Chicago man who was arrested following a shooting at a Findlay motel earlier this month.Economic group touts NW Ohio growth trend
The Dana plant in the Overland Industrial Park is one of the projects announced over the past year investing in Toledo workers. Regional Growth Partnership leaders said Monday that companies invested more than $3 billion in northwest Ohio last year and that the scope of potential projects in the works as we head deeper into 2017 is the largest they have ever seen.Crews work to secure tower in downtown's Pythian Castle
Developers David Ball, left, and Ryan Ball, right, with STS Property Management speak with a construction worker at the Pythian Castle in downtown Toledo on Monday. Renovations to downtown's historic Pythian Castle soon will begin, but crews first must secure its tower, the building's signature fixture.Pilot program would allow golf carts in parts of Toledo
Jeff Jones overlooks downtown from the Commodore Perry parking garage. Mr. Jones wants to launch a taxi golf cart business in downtown Toledo, but he needs city council approval.Toledo schools up security as alleged rapist still loose
Several Toledo public schools and charter schools are within the area where two teenage girls say a man was standing in an alley when he grabbed them and raped them a few weeks ago. Murphy says since they heard about the rapes, they have increased security at schools in the neighborhood and sent information to school leaders as a precaution.Public meeting on Toledo projects rescheduled
A community meeting to discuss street and utility projects in Toledo's Council District 4 will be rescheduled because nobody showed up to tonight's forum - intended to be the first in a series of public input sessions. City officials planned tonight's meeting at the Nexus Healthcare Facility to give residents the opportunity to review information, ask questions, and suggest which streets should be included in the city's repaving program, but no residents came.Teen charged in deadly October crash
The 120-day Fort Meigs road-widening construction project begins Monday, closing off about a mile stretch from Five Point Road to Roachton Road. The 120-day Fort Meigs road-widening construction project begins Monday, closing off about a mile stretch from Five Point Road to Roachton Road.Two charged in connection to death of Maumee teen
Travis Durden, 32, of 1500 block of Berdan Avenue faces charges of complicity to both murder and aggravated robbery. He was arrested late Friday and remained held today in the Lucas County jail.
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