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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.

Population: 313619
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 News
Fashion show raises funds to aid cancer patients

Twins Laila and Lauren Brenneman, walk the runway during The Victory Center's 10th Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show at the Hilton Garden Inn on February 17. Featured vocalist Calysta Bevier performs during The Victory Center's 10th Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show at the Hilton Garden Inn on February 17. Matt Richardson, left, Tony Geftos, center, and Eric Hillenbrand, right, perform, "Why? 'Cause I'm a Guy" together during "Showstoppers: A Toledo Rep Cabaret" February 18. From left, Nick Marconi, Katie Marconi , Larry Golba, and Lynn Golba during a gathering of the Tile Club of Toledo.

Eat better in Toledo during restaurant week

A plate of olives and feta cheese at Zingo's with a "C" Breeze fresh juice drink, which includes carrots. This seventh annual event is a fund-raiser for Leadership Toledo, which invests in the city's future by encouraging community volunteerism.

Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 2-26

The dogs pictured above are newly available for adoption at Lucas County Canine Care & Control, 410 S. Erie St., Toledo. Listed are the name, breed, sex, and impound number.

Karla Batholomy

Karla Bartholomy, a musician and teacher who was cellist in the string quartet she helped found, died Feb. 18 in her Perrysburg home. She was 64. Mrs. Bartholomy last performed publicly several years ago, because of failing eyesight.

Temperature spike again sets warmth record

Toledoan Marcus Tucker, 4, rides the tire swing during a visit to the Toledo Museum of Art with his family. The region's warm streak, which saw another record Friday of 71 degrees, came to an end overnight as cooler temperatures and storms swept in.

New firefighters graduate from training

Toledo Firefighter graduates Felipe Aldana, left, and Kenton Anderson get ready for the processional during the graduation ceremony of Toledo Fire Class 291. Above, members of Toledo Fire Class 291 salute at the conclusion of graduation ceremonies Friday night at Bowsher High School in South Toledo.

DNA of rape victim's child lands suspect

Members of the Toledo Police Cold Case Sexual Assault Task Force say they could find no new evidence to solve a 2000 stranger rape until the victim offered one possibility: her son born from the rape. On Friday, a Lucas County grand jury indicted Harland Hersey, 33, of Toledo on one count of rape for an April 9, 2000, attack on a teenage girl.

Rapid response: Maumee churches unite to help Toledo fire victims

As sad as the news was about the Jan. 15 fire that devastated residents of the Woodlands Apartments complex in South Toledo, the story didn't end with the deaths of Sharell Crisp, 28, Antoinette Brown, 31, Ahmard Brown, 5, and Richard Fair, 46. And now, with a criminal investigation under way into the cause, those fortunate enough to have renter's insurance will likely have to wait a while. Rachel Hepner-Zawodny, American Red Cross of Northwest Ohio executive director, said her agency was overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of people affected by the fire, which began at 4:20 a.m. in a middle-floor apartment of a three-story, 12-unit building.

Vikings 2017 Draft Prospect Spotlight: Toledo RB Kareem Hunt

Nov 9, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; Toledo Rockets running back Kareem Hunt rushes the ball against the Northern Illinois Huskies during the first half at Guaranteed Rate Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports One of the biggest risers of the draft season, can this former Toledo running back help add to a talented Minnesota Vikings backfield? Coming into this season as a relatively unknown, the rise of Toledo running back Kareem Hunt has been stellar.

Toledo man enters Alford plea in 2015 murder case

A Toledo man charged with murder in a 2015 North Toledo shooting entered Alford pleas today and was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and participating in a criminal gang. Bryan Thomas, Jr., 21, of the 3200 block of Kimball Avenue also was found guilty of a firearm specification that will add three years to whatever prison sentence he receives for his part in the Dec. 21, 2015 death of Martel Miller, 22. Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Stacy Cook told Thomas he faces a maximum of 22 years in prison when he is sentenced Tuesday.

Toledo police investigate pair of shootings

Officers responded about 9:33 p.m. to a man shot in the 400 block of Spencer Street in South Toledo. John Belcher of Toledo said he went to retrieve an item from a vehicle when one of two unknown assailants shot him in the arm.

5 injured in Ohio group home stabbing attack

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Another teen shot dead, city's 9th slaying in 2017

Friends and family at a vigil for Collin Doyle say the teen was 'positive' and someone who 'would always have your back.' Along a bank of the Maumee River, across the street from Maumee's Riverside Cemetery, friends and relatives of a 17-year-old Maumee High School senior who was fatally shot gathered Thursday to remember him.

Police probe armed robbery of adult bookstore

Officers responded at 3:21 a silent alarm at the Adult Pleasures bookstore, 4404 N. Detroit Ave., according to a Toledo police report. An employee said a man with a face mask and gun came into the store.

Justice for Sierah: The fight continues to keep our girls safe

Sierah's family and friends are adamant her killer should have been on a violent offender registry, but no such list exists in Ohio. Now, Sierah's family and friends are on a mission to create one.

Record-setting warmth continues for Toledo

Blaine LaPoint, 3, of Perrysburg plays with a spinner clock on the playground equipment while spending an unseasonably warm afternoon today at Swan Creek Metropark. Blaine LaPoint, 3, of Perrysburg peeks through a hole in the slide whie spending an unseasonably warm afternoon today at Swan Creek Metropark.

Life or death: A tale of two addicts

The heroin and opioid crisis seemed to come without warning. There was a sudden upsurge in opioid overdoses and opioid deaths around northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan, at least 300 alone in Lucas County last year.

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