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A suburb of Toledo, Maumee is located in the northwest corner of Ohio. United Parcel Service (UPS) happens to be one of the city’s largest employers, with over 2,300 employees. St. Luke’s Hospital is also a big employer in the area. Some notable residents of the area at different times in history include Heisman Trophy winner Richard Kazmaier and U.S. Chief Justice Morrison Remick Waite.

Population: 14286
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 maumee, ohio: 43537
Towns/Cities near maumee, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood

Maumee News
Toledo mayor puts forth alternative regional water plan

Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz is poised to release a new regional water plan that would establish a new commission with the city's water partners, giving each community a voice in both rates and investments. Under the mayor's plan, the Toledo Regional Water Commission would be established, with an appointed representative from each community that purchases water from the city on the commission.

Geoffrey A. Cottier

Geoffrey A. Cottier, 70, a lawyer with a Toledo practice who for more than 35 years was magistrate of Defiance County Common Pleas Court, died Friday in St. Luke's Hospital, Maumee. He developed meningitis as a result of Rocky Mountain spotted fever, apparently contracted when a tick bit him as he walked around the farm he lived on in Monclova Township, his son, Dan, said.

Lawmakers look to help ECOT students' new schools

Maumee-based Ohio Virtual Academy's attempt to treat student transfers from what used to be the state's largest online charter school differently from the rest of its enrollment failed Wednesday in the state Senate. The chamber, however, has not given up on the idea of providing some assistance to that school and others that absorbed students from the closed Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow.

Woman gets 54 months in agency scheme

Though she said she believed her boss was rich and sharing his wealth, a former Toledo woman convicted of defrauding Lucas County Job and Family Services of money intended for job training was sentenced Tuesday to 54 months in prison. U.S. District Court Judge Jack Zouhary imposed the prison term on Victoria Hawkins, 31, now of Grand Rapids, Mich., who was convicted in December by a jury of conspiracy to commit program fraud and mail fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering, two counts of program fraud, and four counts of money laundering.

Maumee apartment manager gets prison time for stealing rent payments

The former manager of a Maumee apartment complex convicted of stealing some $72,000 from her employer was sentenced Tuesday to 17 months in prison, which she is to serve on top of a four-year sentence she received for a similar crime in Wood County. Amanda Diehl, 38, of Waterville pleaded guilty May 7 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court to grand theft for stealing from Noneman Real Estate.

Maumee OKs water study

Maumee City Council voted 6-1 Monday night to approve a study examining the cost of linking up with Bowling Green for water. Maumee, Perrysburg, and Northwest Water and Sewer District are teaming up for the study.

Boats aren't needed to catch fish from area waterways

Anglers can wade right into the Maumee River at Orleans Park in Perrysburg. Other areas include Buttonwood Park, Fort Meigs, Weirs Rapids, Farnsworth and Middlegrounds metroparks, Towpath Park, and the Jerome Road rapids area.

Fiesta raises funds for good causes

From left, Marcia Rubini, event chairman Kathy Kuyoth, John Mangas, and Joan Rauh at the RE/MAX Preferred Associates 16th annual Cinco de Mayo party at Bar 145. Joan Rauh, left, and Melissa Voetsch at the RE/MAX Preferred Associates 16th annual Cinco de Mayo party at Bar 145.

Photo Gallery: Protest outside ProMedica Headquarters

Doug and Kelly Shininger and their children hold signs imploring passers-by to "Choose Life" and "Pray to End Abortion" as they join a crowd of more than 100 people gathered at ProMedica headquarters to protest the health system's transfer agreement with Capital Care Network Saturday, May 19, 2018, in downtown Toledo. Kelly Shininger and her daughter Lauren, 6, hold a sign imploring passers-by to "Choose Life" as they join a crowd of more than 100 people gathered at ProMedica headquarters to protest the health system's transfer agreement with Capital Care Network.

Metroparks outdoor expo slated for Saturday

A picnic at Side Cut Metropark in Maumee in 2015. Metroparks Toledo will host an outdoors expo Saturday, where attendees can hear from outdoors-related businesses and nonprofits, as well as Metroparks programs and cycling clubs.

Maumee, Perrysburg explore alternative water deal

Maumee, Perrysburg, and Northwestern Water and Sewer are taking the next step in exploring a partnership with Bowling Green for water. Perrysburg City Council voted this week to approve an intergovernmental agreement to conduct a study examining the cost to latch onto Bowling Green's water system.

Group seeks bigger role in flood control

A group representing Findlay and Hancock County governments, plus business officials and the farming community, plans to lobby the Maumee Watershed Conservancy District, Defiance, for a much larger role in flood-control planning.

Volunteers honored for service

Smead honorees, from left: Ron Cowie '88a ,a Becky Ashley Ross '69a , a Berkley Welles Wellstein '02, and a Nancy, and a Jim Fish during Maumee Valley Country Day School's 84th annual Smead Luncheon and Alumni Awards. Erica Valenti, left, and Eddie Galan attended the 5th Annual Thank You for Believing Benefit Dance at the Believe Center in South Toledo.

First water trail in northwest Ohio

The first water trail in northwest Ohio is 107 miles of the Maumee River, and could be your next place to take an adventure . Spanning across five counties and dozens of cities, townships and villages, the Maumee River Water Trail is a collaboration by many invested in connecting people of northwest Ohio to the Mighty Maumee.

Latest Summer Algae Bloom Forecast Released

Depending where you live, this has either been a very wet or a dry May so far. In Toledo this has been the second wettest start to May in history.

Latino credit union finds new home in South Toledo

Sue Cuevas is president of the Nueva Esperanza Community Credit Union, located in the former Carnegie Library at 1636 Broadway in Toledo. It is Ohio's first Latino credit union.

School that took ECOT students wants poor scores ignored

Maumee-based Ohio Virtual Academy and its sponsor are asking lawmakers to provide a "safe harbor" from potentially poor academic performance by students who transferred from the now-shuttered Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow. The Senate Education Committee on Wednesday is expected to consider an amendment proposed to House Bill 21, which passed the House unanimously in December.

breaking Details revealed in theft of boys' inheritance

Having the life insurance proceeds Mike Mortensen left for his sons stolen from them has shaken the Northwood High School students' faith in humanity. "To think I was 10 years old and they were just stealing my money," Magnus, now 19, said.

'Mastermind' of plan to defraud Lucas County job training program sentenced

The "mastermind" behind a multimillion-dollar scheme to defraud Lucas County Job and Family Services of public funds intended for job training was sentenced Friday to 46 months in prison. Daniel E. Morris, 68, of Maumee pleaded guilty in November to conspiracy to commit program fraud and mail fraud, aggravated identity theft, conspiracy to launder money, and failure to pay overwithheld payroll taxes.

TPD sergeant accused of solicitation sentenced to $150 fine on lesser loitering offense

A veteran Toledo police sergeant has been sentenced to a $150 fine on a reduced charge of loitering following a Columbus-area prostitution sting last month. Toledo police Sgt.

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