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Oregon to review options for senior levy revenue
Oregon officials in coming weeks will be submitting proposals to council on how revenue from a levy for senior services may be used.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Oregon plans Citizen Police Academy
The class is limited to 20 people, who will learn about the department's daily operations, crime prevention strategies, criminal investigation, road patrol tactics, and self-defense.
Drug charges levied on fire suspect, son
An Oregon man charged with setting a fire that killed two Toledo firefighters was indicted Thursday along with his son on unrelated synthetic-drug charges.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
No. 14 Oregon-Ohio State: College baseball open thread
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Man, son indicted on drug charges
An Oregon man charged with setting a fire that killed two Toledo firefighters was indicted today along with his son on unrelated synthetic drug charges.
A.W. Bridge set for long closure
Signs warn of the Anthony Wayne Bridge's closure for ex ten sive re pairs and ren o va tion, a project that will begin March 17 and continue for 19 months.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
19-month bridge closure concerns Craig, businesses
The Ohio Department of Transportation District 2 announces that the Anthony Wayne Bridge is scheduled to close March 17 at 7 a.m. The bridge will be closed to both vehicles and pedestrian traffic through September 2015.
Oregon council looks at limiting vehicle storage lots
Oregon City Council may look into limiting car storage lots, particularly along Woodville Road, because of complaints that they are unsightly.
Lucas Co. Dems to back hopefuls
It remains to be seen whether Ron Rothenbuhler will face a challenger to lead the Lucas County Democratic Party.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Floral shop provides a touch of spring
Audrey Ackerman, floral designer and owner of Floral Pursuit, creates a 'grab and go' arrange-ment for walk-in customers at her shop on South St. Clair Street.
Health law fix for state-run websites
The Obama administration quietly issued a health law fix Thursday to help states that have had technical problems running their own enrollment websites.
OH woman was speeding before car went into creek
A report says a 20-year-old woman was driving 60 mph in a 35-mph zone when she crashed through a guardrail and landed upside down in a northwest Ohio creek.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Metroparksboard OKs repairs for bridge, walk
Scott Montri of West Toledo walks his goldendoodle, Woody, in Wildwood Preserve Metropark, where the boardwalk and covered bridge that cross the Ottawa River will be rebuilt.
Missing Yorkie, Little Bitz, returned to owner
Little Bitz, his three year old Yorkie mix that's been missing since Feb.11, was returned to him and his wife, Addie after someone recognized a photo of the dog that appeared with an article in The Press last week.
UT gets Great Lakes research grant
The University of Toledo's Lake Erie Center in Oregon is getting $500,000 to research ways in which microscopic, genetic material of fish and other forms of aquatic life can be detected in Great Lakes water.
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Eastern Michigan University student, 20, dies in Ohio car crash
The Toledo Blade reports that Bianca Bepler's vehicle was found partially submerged Sunday in the Otter Creek in Oregon, Ohio.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Suspect in fatal Toledo fire pleads not guilty
An Oregon man charged with setting a deadly North Toledo fire pleaded not guilty today to the 13 charges against him in Lucas County Common Pleas Court.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
New center at St. Charles
"A very exciting day," - that's how Mercy and Catholic Health Partners officials described the formal announcement on Feb. 17 of a new $21 million Behavioral Health Institute that will be constructed on the campus of Mercy St. Charles Hospital in Oregon.
Lake Twp. - ATV proves handy in lake rescue
Less than a week after the fire departments of Lake and Jerusalem townships held a joint training session with an all-terrain vehicle along Lake Erie, the vehicle played a vital role in an emergency situation on the frozen lake.
Oregon plans improvements to Navarre Avenue
Oregon plans on making a number of improvements to Navarre Avenue based on an Access Management Study conducted in 2012 that examined the safety of vehicles pulling out of businesses onto the busy thoroughfare.