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Marker to be dedicated at former Libbey High School site  Toledo Blade

An Ohio History marker will be dedicated Saturday at the former Edward Drummond Libbey High School campus. The dedication is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday ...



Former Ohio State football standout Jerry Krall passes away at 92  10TV

Krall, who attended Toledo's Libbey High School, lettered for the Buckeyes in 1945, 1946, 1948 and 1949.



I-Team Gets Answers: The old Libbey High School property  13abc Action News

What's next for the old Libbey High School property? The I-Team gets the answers.



'Go Cowboys!': Libbey alumni fondly recall school as historical marker unveiled  Toledo Blade

On a chilly Saturday morning, Betty Wilmarth bundled up in winter clothes and wrapped herself in a blanket as her granddaughter pushed her in a wheelchair ...



Donald A. Ramsdell (1928-2019)  Toledo Blade

Donald A. Ramsdell, whose kindness and evidence-based decision-making guided his rise at Champion Spark Plug Co., from cost accountant to executive vice ...



Richard James Kozbial (1933-2019)  Toledo Blade

Richard Kozbial, a longtime McKinley Elementary School teacher who was also a visiting professor at the University of Toledo, an accomplished singer, and a ...



'Forever 23 Field of Dreams' aims to bring awareness to lives lost too soon  WTOL

A south Toledo woman is building a community memorial garden on the site of the old Libbey High School.



Our Towns Calendar: 6/10  Toledo Blade

The Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure (GOBA) to kickoff parade at the Wood County Fairgrounds, 900 W. Poe Rd., parade 5 p.m., event 5-9 p.m. Saturday.



Our Towns Calendar: 6/3  Toledo Blade

Secor Metropark programs, 10001 W. Central Ave.; Try it! Tree Climbing (adults and children 8 or older) 7-8:30 p.m. Saturday and Tree Climbing: Glow Climb ...



Our Towns Calendar: 5/27  Toledo Blade

Birchard Public Library programs, 423 Croghan St.; “A Universe of Stories” the 2019 Summer Reading Challenge from June 3 through July 27. Jim Kleefeld's ...



Our Towns Calendar: 5/20 | Toledo Blade  Toledo Blade

An Evening of A Capella with the Voices of Harmony at First Presbyterian Church, 126 S. Church St., 7 p.m. Satuday. Special guest quartet: Mic'd Up! (2019 ...



Zeb Jackson is Toledo's next great player  Toledo Blade

Please excuse Zeb Jackson's modesty. This summer between his sophomore and junior years of high school has been, as usual, filled with Amateur Athletic ...



Digitizing Toledo schools' yearbooks saves school traditions  Toledo Blade

Nostalgia is now just a click away thanks to an ongoing effort to digitize local high school yearbooks and post them online. The Toledo-Lucas County ...



Reunion keeps Libbey school spirit alive  Toledo Blade

For the Cowboys, it had been a historic fortress of royal blue and gold. Built in 1923, Libbey High School had a rich history, but in 2010, its walls were ...



Wil Haygood chronicles triumph amid turmoil at an Ohio high school  Toledo Blade

The year was 1968. The assassinations of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy led to riots in an already divided country. Yet, during a time of ...



Our Towns Calendar: 3/4  Toledo Blade

Secor Metropark programs, 10001 W. Central Ave.; Winter Tree ID 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, in the National Center for Nature Photography (NCNP) classroom ...



Wild turkeys again have strong presence in their historic range  Toledo Blade

DEFIANCE — The Maumee and Auglaize rivers amalgamate here in a fusion of two major waterways that drain thousands of acres of farmland, and provide a ...



Edwin L. Nazar (1928-2018) Rubber firm heir's creativity led to invention  Toledo Blade

Edwin L. Nazar, who, as he ran the manufacturing firm his father started, combined creativity with discipline gained from a military academy education and ...



Longtime Common Pleas Court Judge Charles Doneghy has died  Toledo Blade

Charles Doneghy, who spent 32 years as a judge in Lucas County Common Pleas Court and Toledo Municipal Court, died Tuesday. He was 80. The Ottawa ...



Three authors to speak in Toledo this fall  Toledo Blade

The Toledo Lucas County Public Library has announced three speakers as part of its Authors! program for the fall season. Popular award-winning actor Sally ...



Larry Cook to be inducted into OIAAA Hall of Fame  Sandusky Register

Larry Cook will be honored Monday in Columbus. The retired teacher, coach and athletic director has been chosen to join an elite group of members of the Ohio ...



Toledo native William Buford to play in The Basketball Tournament  Toledo Blade

COLUMBUS — William Buford will return to the The Basketball Tournament as part of the Ohio State alumni team. The Toledo native and Libbey High School ...



Heads or tails, Ohio State or Michigan? Jerry Krall let the coin decide  Toledo Blade

Waiting at the front door of his tidy Rossford ranch the other morning, Jerry Krall greeted us with a wave and a pumped fist. “Go Blue!” he shouted. Then ...



William Benson | Obituaries  Leader-Telegram

(Arthur) William (Bill) Benson, age 86, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, died Sunday, December 30, 2018.



John Forrest Fellhauer (1939-2018)  Toledo Blade

John Forrest Fellhauer, a retired longtime Spanish teacher at area high schools, a community volunteer, and a man of many hobbies, died Aug. 23 at his ...



MLK Basketball Classic has produced great memories and community support  Toledo Blade

Former Libbey High School basketball coach Leroy Bates, former Scott coach Ben Williams, and former Blade sports writer Clyde Hughes wanted to do ...



This week in Toledo sports history: Jim Jackson, Hall of Famer  Toledo Blade

This week in Blade sports 10, 20, and 30 years ago,the Mud Hens were short on players going into Labor Day, though two players had a darn good reason, and ...



Facing demolition, old Libbey school is back up for sale  Toledo Blade

The Toledo Public School district plans to put the shuttered Libbey High School up for auction, the latest attempt to find an alternative use for a ...



Libbey site sought for sports complex  Toledo Blade

A community group led by a former Libbey High School star athlete wants to turn the vacant site where the school stood into a sports complex. The Toledo ...



Buford is living his dream as pro basketball player  Toledo Blade

Part of a series on nine local athletes being inducted into the African American Legacy Project's Sports Legends Hall of Fame. William Buford has always ...



Anthony Brown gets his wish: A pro basketball contract  Toledo Blade

Even for the people closest to Anthony Brown, the past year has been downright unbelievable. For years, there has been buzz in the Toledo basketball scene ...



Our Towns Calendar: 5/13  Toledo Blade

Birchard Public Library programs, 423 Croghan St.; Apps for Your Health (adults) 5:30-7 p.m. Monday. LEGO Challenge (kindergarten to grades 6) 4:30-6 p.m. ...



Our Towns Calendar: 9/3  Toledo Blade

Berkey ○ Secor Metropark program, 10001 W. Central Ave.: Photography Basics (ages 8 and up) at the National Center for Nature Photography (NCNP) ...



Virginia L. Edwards  Sentinel-Tribune

Virginia L. Edwards, age 66, of Cygnet, Ohio passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 3, 2019 at the Regency Hospital of Toledo in Sylvania, Ohio.



Joseph W. Kennelly, Jr. (1937-2015): Bedford basketball coach was also trustee  Toledo Blade

TEMPERANCE — Joseph W. Kennelly, Jr., a former head basketball coach at Bedford High School, district athletic director, and Bedford Township trustee, died ...



The preacher and the physician  Toledo Blade

This is a tale of two Toledo heroes, and healers — Chet Trail and Pam Oatis. The Rev. Chet Trail, now Bishop Chet Trail, is known to most Toledoans as an ...



On behalf of 'Big Daddy,' $2500 raised for Alzheimers  Press Publications Inc.

His family and friends lost a hero when James E. “Big Daddy” Derr passed away on February 5, 2002, after battling a combination of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ...



Paul L. 'Butch' Wilson [1941-2014]; Bookmaker tied to local politicians  Toledo Blade

PORT SAINT LUCIE, Fla. — Paul L. “Butch” Wilson, a South Toledo bar owner and bookmaker who befriended politicians and public employees before his flight ...



J. Ronald Bowman (1930-2017): Judge worked to bring attention to Korean War  Toledo Blade

J. Ronald Bowman, a retired judge of Lucas County Common Pleas Court and a retired Army National Guard major general, who as a Korean War combat ...



New book, old tale  Toledo Blade

If Edward Drummond Libbey was a follower instead of a man who was convinced that he go his own direction, Toledo might be a quite different place. The city ...



Old post office could be razed by end of year  Toledo Blade

The fate of Toledo's historic former post office building is in limbo. The Jefferson Center at 13th Street and Madison Avenue, which was once Toledo's ...



Longtime Blade editor/writer Chet Sullwold dies  Toledo Blade

Chester ”Chet” Sullwold, who worked at The Blade for more than six decades as an editor, reporter, columnist, and copy editor, died Thursday at his Toledo ...



Massive 'Building for Success'program gets mixed reviews  Toledo Blade

So big was the project, so vast its purported benefits to the city and its schools, and yet it barely passed. Toledo Public Schools broke ground a decade ...



Orris Tabner (1932-2015): Area broadcaster known for folksy delivery of sports  Toledo Blade

Orris Tabner, who was welcomed into Toledo homes twice nightly for decades over WTOL-TV, Channel 11, and delivered sports news with authoritative ease, ...



Nathan Hale elementary to be razed by year's end  Toledo Blade

The former Nathan Hale Elementary school has rejoined the demolition list after a last-ditch effort to reuse the building failed. The school -- shuttered ...



Sandi Howard (1942-2017): Jail matron 1st female to head road patrol  Toledo Blade

Sandi Howard of Springfield Township, a retired Lucas County sheriff's lieutenant and the department's first female command officer to be assigned to road ...



William Niehous; 1931-2013: Abducted OI exec inspired  Toledo Blade

William Niehous, an Owens-Illinois Inc. executive whose kidnapping and nearly 3½-year captivity by Venezuelan guerrillas made international news and whose ...



Former WTOL Sports Director Orris Tabner dies at age 83  WTOL.com

Orris Tabner was the Sports Director at WTOL for nearly 40 years, from 1959 until his retirement in 1996. He passed away Dec. 1 at the age of 83.



Preservation of Jefferson Center gains ground  Toledo Blade

As long as the full Toledo Board of Education approves, the historic Jefferson Center — the former Central Post Office — will not come tumbling down. At a ...



Dave Woolford (1940-2018)  Toledo Blade

Dave Woolford, who in well-chosen prose brought Blade readers a thorough view of the game, the match, the race during more than 39 years as a staff sports ...



Toledoan cast in L.A. revival of 'Zoot Suit'  Toledo Blade

Matias Ponce, born and raised in Toledo's South End, is on his way to building his acting career in Los Angeles. Ponce is appearing in the Los Angeles revival ...



At 79, social activist still making a difference  Toledo Blade

If it looks as though Barbara Eikost is “all over the place,” as it were, your eyes are not fooling you. One day you might see Mrs. Eikost talking with volunteers at ...



8 African-Americans honored for efforts  Toledo Blade

Sara Taite-Trail, a freshman at St. Ursula Academy, stared in amazement at the collection of mementos and a collage of photos of African-Americans, most of ...



Pastor takes long road home for retirement  Toledo Blade

A racial injustice 55 years ago still makes the Rev. George Thomas grieve. In December, 1960, he and his close friend, the Rev. George Williams, were driving in ...



Buford to start pro career in Spain  Toledo Blade

William Buford will begin his professional basketball career overseas. The former Libbey and Ohio State star will play this season in Santiago, Spain for ...



5th suspect sought in slaying of CrossFit gym owner  Toledo Blade

The last suspect in a band of five, all charged with some role in the robbery and shooting death of a local gym owner, continues to elude Toledo police. ...



Norfolk Southern railroad eyes demolition of Sumner Street bridge  Toledo Blade

The Norfolk Southern railroad has formally asked Toledo officials for permission to tear down a bridge over its tracks near downtown Toledo that once was ...



Founder of area ski shop loved sailing, winter sports  Toledo Blade

James B. Chamberlin, co-founder of a leading area ski shop whose eager interest in sailing and winter sports fueled his career, died Dec. 27 in Hospice of ...



John W. Potter, 1918-2013: Former Toledo mayor initiated downtown development  Toledo Blade

Retired U.S. District Judge John W. Potter, who died Thursday in Toledo Hospital at age 94, presided as Toledo's mayor during a time when the city's ...



As UConn Plays On, Prized Recruit Nate Miles Flounders  New York Times

A former Connecticut recruit, Nate Miles is a stark reminder of what many regard as the cynical and broken system of college recruiting.



Tributes | vindy.com — JENNIE LOU (HULS) HUNT  Youngstown Vindicator

Youngstown, Ohio | Tributes, In Memoriam, Deaths, Obituaries, for Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Canfield, Poland.



Herral Long; 1929-2014: Photographer known for his art  Toledo Blade

Herral Long, an award-winning photojournalist who captured news events with artistry during a Blade career that spanned the second half of the 20th century ...



Lois A. Boerst (1929-2015): Hillcrest Hotel manager worked her way to top  Toledo Blade

Lois A. Boerst, the last resident manager of the historic Hillcrest Hotel and an often quoted advocate for downtown lodging, died Wednesday in her Maumee ...



Karl W. Wolfert; 1931-2014: Retired butcher served generations of customers  Toledo Blade

Karl W. Wolfert, 82, a butcher, grocer, and sausagemaker who, like his father, offered generations of customers *fresh*-cut meat, personal *service*, and ...



Dennis J.A. Haas (1940-2016): Haas Bakery owner started out at Wixey  Toledo Blade

Dennis J.A. Haas, who applied business discipline to the bakeries he owned, first in downtown Toledo and, since the late 1980s, his shop in Oregon, died ...



2 die in South Toledo apartment fire  Toledo Blade

EDITOR'S NOTE: This version corrects the name of Miracle Riley as who alerted an upstairs neighbor. Dressed in her pajamas, standing on the stoop of the ...



Toledoan's offer definitely 'divine'  Toledo Blade

The Rev. Randall “Fats” Blakely, pastor of a newly founded South Toledo church, was visiting Manifested Word Church on Easter Sunday when the pastor, the ...



Port Clinton's kids speak to all of us  Toledo Blade

Sixty years ago, Robert Putnam earned spending money as a paperboy for The Blade in Port Clinton. Today, he is one of the best-regarded political ...



Gardens among projects proposed by city officials for use at former school sites  Toledo Blade

Vacant lots where schools once stood now dot Toledo neighborhoods. There's the former Fulton Academy site in Old Towne, the Nathan Hale Elementary spot ...



Clay goes for 3-peat  Toledo Blade

After running the table in City League play en route to softball titles the last two years, Clay saw its streak of 26 consecutive wins in CL play and ...



Elizabeth 'Betty' Nesper  Sentinel-Tribune

Elizabeth "Betty" G. (Holtgrieve) Nesper, 85, of Perrysburg, Ohio died Friday, October 23, 2015.



James Robert Bashore; 1926-2013: 'Cerebral' professor empowered students  Toledo Blade

BOWLING GREEN — James Robert Bashore, Jr., a retired English professor and first director of the honors program at Bowling Green State University, died Nov ...



Oh, say — can you sing all of the words to the Star-Spangled Banner?  Toledo Blade

Oh, say, can you see, by the dawn's early light ... Surely, you recognize the opening line to a poem penned 200 years ago today. The tough question: Can you ...



Feds claim executrix drew up fake will to steal fortune  Toledo Blade

To put it politely, Martin Fewlas was frugal. Friends and relatives said that Mr. Fewlas was a shrewd investor and collector who had an eye for a good ...



Gaston commits to New Hampshire  Toledo Blade

Ariel Gaston, a senior point guard who helped seventh-ranked Start (23-3) win the City League girls basketball championship and reach the Division I state ...



Funeral services held for Hilliard officer Sean Johnson  10TV

Funeral services for Hilliard Police Officer Sean Johnson were held at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Westerville Wednesday morning.



It was 40 years ago that the Cleveland Cavaliers prepared for their first NBA draft  Plain Dealer

It was 40 years ago when the freshly minted Cavaliers were busy plotting not one draft, but two in order to fill out their expansion roster.



Sheriff sees budget among top priorities  Toledo Blade

John Tharp knew the challenges he would face as Lucas County's top law enforcement officer when he decided to run for sheriff last year. He had been part ...



Stop Pretending to Be Offended by Everything  Reason

Lena Dunham received plenty of criticism for her insufferable New Yorker piece titled "Dog or Jewish Boyfriend? A Quiz." In it, the creator of Girls weighs the pros ...



Not All Drunk Sex Is Rape: What WaPost Study Gets Wrong (and Right)  Reason

The Washington Post recently offered intellectual support for the oft-cited—and much-maligned—claim that 1 in 4 or 1 in 5 women are raped in college.



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