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Past articles by Ida:

Perrysburg city council approves demolition of historic downtown home

A denied request in September to tear down a historic home in Perrysburg has since been appealed and approved. → Read More

Ohio gas taxes could skyrocket to pay for road and bridge repairs

Gas prices in Ohio could go up even more if Governor Mike DeWinne gets his way and ends up increasing the gas tax to fix Ohio roads and bridges. → Read More

‘He’s a true survivor’ | Dog reunited with family 101 days after Camp Fire

More than 100 days after the Camp Fire started in Paradise, a dog named Kingston was found and reunited with his family. → Read More

Neighbors push back against Zen Buddhist Temple being built in neighborhood

It wasn’t such a beautiful day in the neighborhood for neighbors living on and around Emmajean Road in west Toledo. → Read More

Engage Toledo dispatchers could take over one thousand fallen tree calls Tuesday

They say as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, they’ve handled over 500. → Read More

21 men arrested in football-themed child sex sting

The men range in age from 20 to 55 and work in a variety of fields from rideshare drivers to construction and grocery store clerks. One of the men arrested was a behavioral health case manager. → Read More

Stella Artois Super Bowl commercial revives ‘Sex and the City,’ ‘Big Lebowski’ characters

Sarah Jessica Parker will reprise her "Sex and the City" Carrie Bradshaw role and Jeff Bridges will appear as "The Dude" in a Stella Artois commercial to raise money to combat water shortage. → Read More

Perrysburg city council closes application process for new Police Chief

City Council didn’t give a specific date, but they said 15 people have applied for the job; three internally and 12 externally. → Read More

Trump’s proposal to break budget deadlock falls flat but vote expected

The Republican package would re-open the shuttered parts of government and boost some spending. To try to draw more bipartisan support, it adds $12.7 billion in supplemental funding for regions hit by hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters. → Read More

Reverend Jesse Jackson’s visit to Toledo leaves NAACP hopeful for resolution

Jackson is well known for his work around the country for promoting justice. → Read More

Government shutdown could impact local LMHA residents

The now longest government shutdown in history has local low-income residents worrying about the risk of not being able to pay rent come February when Hud funds run out. → Read More

Missing guns still on the streets after Towers Armory robbery

The loss of firearms and damage done has cost the store over $40,000. → Read More

Rossford City Council approves body cameras for police department

Mayor MacKinnon said this has been something the city’s looked into for a long time and says should’ve happened a while ago. → Read More

Residents come together to fight against Fostoria landfill

A City Council meeting Thursday night had every seat filled with residents coming together in hopes of putting an end to the Sunny Farm Landfill on Green Road. → Read More

Driver hits New Year’s revelers in Tokyo; self-described ‘terrorist act’

The car barreled down the narrow street, which was packed with pedestrians, at around 12:10 a.m., on New Year's Day, police said. One of the injured was reportedly attacked by the suspect after he had exited the vehicle after it had come to a stop. → Read More

OSHP says this weekend is one of the busiest, dangerous for those on the road

Ohio State Highway Patrol will be adding additional troopers on the road to ensure drivers are kept safe during the holiday. → Read More

Donations continue to pour in at the Toledo Christmas Weed

The rain didn’t stop people from coming out and, once again, making a visit to the Toledo Christmas Weed, but they didn’t come empty handed Thursday night. → Read More

Toledo Christmas Weed inspires t-shirts, donations and proclamation from the mayor

The mayor even issued an official proclamation from the City of Toledo in honor of the little weed that could. → Read More

Downtown Toledo developments aim to make the city a top destination

Monday night, members of the business community gathered to learn how Cleveland, another big city on the rise, has turned themselves into a top destination – and what Toledo’s doing right to turn into one, too. → Read More

Bowling Green business receives bomb threat hoax e-mail

One of those businesses that received an e-mail was Mid-Wood, a Farming Cooperative in Bowling Green. → Read More