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North Olmsted City Schools name Zalar as superintendent
Zalar has been superintendent of Oregon City Schools since 2008. Oregon is a suburb east of Toledo.
Tue May 21, 2013
Amy Grant Begins Summer Tour to Promote New Album "How Mercy Looks...
Award-winning Christian artist Amy Grant has released another stellar album with "How Mercy Looks From Here." The album has debuted with much critical praise and looks to be one of Grant's best offerings yet.
Mon May 20, 2013
Oregon seeks funding to preserve bike paths
Oregon will submit an application to the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments for funding from the Transportation Alternatives Program for the Oregon bikeway preservation project.
Oregon amends sign code to ease restrictions
Oregon City Council on May 13 approved changes to the municipal sign code in response to business concerns that it was too strict.
Suburbs slump below poverty line
A customer enters a resale center in Port Clinton. Despite the illusion of prosperity given Ottawa County's proximity to the lake, much of that county's employment is either seasonal or part time.
Fri May 17, 2013
Vicars returning to coach Delta
After seven years away, highly successful football coach Mike Vicars will return to the school system where he made one of his biggest impacts.
Tue May 14, 2013
Fedor mulls seat in 46th district
Rep. Matt Szollosi has set a firm date for his departure from state government, shifting the focus to the Democrat who will replace him in the 46th House District.
Mon May 13, 2013
Oregon eyes `soft billing' insurance for Fire Dept.
Oregon City Council on Monday will consider a proposed ordinance that would permit charging residents' health insurance companies, Medicare and Medicaid for emergency ambulance transport services provided by the Fire and Rescue Department.
Oregon schools preparing for new report cards
Starting next year, school districts in Ohio will do away with current grade card designations, such as "Excellent," and "Effective," and "Continuous Improvement." Instead, they will receive letter grades on several measures similar to how students receive grades for their classes.
Fri May 10, 2013
Zoo constructing 90,000-gallon tank
CTY zooreno10p The open area directly across is the former home of moon jellies, sea dragons and "Nemo"-clown fish.
Thu May 09, 2013
Eric Frank found ways to transform distressed properties
Eric Frank, managing principal at Cardinal Group Investments LLC, says, "Your first deal is always the toughest to get done." That's what Denver-based Cardinal Group had to its name when it started investing in real estate properties - mostly distressed ones - in 2007.
Tue May 07, 2013
Ohio Senate eyes Internet cafe bill
Owners of Internet sweepstakes cafes on Tuesday tried to reverse what appears to be a march in the Ohio Senate toward putting them out of business.
Mon May 06, 2013
Oregon to weigh 'soft billing' for EMS runs
Oregon City Council is expected to approve billing insurance companies, Medicare, and Medicaid for emergency medical runs at its next regular meeting.
Power plant air permit to be discussed
After encountering no opposition at two hearings held by the Ohio Power Siting Board, developers of a proposed natural gas-fired electric power plant in the City of Oregon will see how a draft permit issued by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency covering air emissions is received by the public.
Sat May 04, 2013
Jury awards $2.8M to OH man paralyzed at hospital
A jury has awarded $2.8 million to a Columbus man who was paralyzed after hospital employees put him in a restraint hold.
Driver hits median, ends up in ditch
Firefighters are on the scene of an apartment fire at the Wood Ridge apartment complex on North McCord Road.
National Train Day
It was held in downtown Toledo at the Amtrak station and featured full sized locomotives, model trains, rail art and information of rail travel.
Fri May 03, 2013
Fatal crash in Lake Twp.
An Oregon woman was killed and a Genoa man was injured in a two-car crash today on Woodville Road in Wood County's Lake Township.
Thu May 02, 2013
Siting board OKs $860M power plant
The Ohio Power Siting Board in Columbus on Wednesday approved a Boston-based energy group's request to build a 799-megawatt, natural-gas-fueled power plant on 30 acres in Oregon.