A new restaurant has opened in Toledo, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
This Place in Bowling Green Serves up Nostalgia with its Iconic Big Boy SandwichJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
This restaurant in Bowling Green, Ohio has reopened at a new locationIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
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This place in Maumee, Ohio is offering all-you-can-eat fish fry tonightIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
Up to $1 million in fur coats, clothing stolen from Ohio hotel
On Thursday, police were dispatched to the Hampton Inn on Secor Road on reports of the burglary.
OSHP: Suspected drunk driver crashes into car on I-75 Thursday night
PERRYSBURG, Ohio — A woman suspected of drunk driving was arrested after crashing into another car on I-75 in Perrysburg. This happened Thursday night on I-75 North near the Roachton overpass. Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers at the scene told WTOL 11 a female driver was traveling at a...
Driver, 38, killed when Amtrak train strikes car at Holland crossing
A Toledo man was killed Thursday morning when he drove around lowered gates at a railroad crossing in Holland and was struck by an Amtrak passenger train, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reported. Michael Anthony Malczewski, 38, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash reported at 6:52 a.m. A highway patrol statement said Mr. Malczewski approached the Holloway Road crossing southbound in a 2017 Honda Civic with warning gates lowered and a freight train stopped nearby one of the two tracks. He entered the crossing and was struck by the Amtrak train approaching on the parallel track. Sgt. Shawn Fosgate, assistant commander of the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Bowling Green post, said at the scene that no one else was in the car, which was pushed about half a mile west along the tracks before the train stopped near the Wentworth Avenue dead end in Springfield Township.
Amtrak engine that hit car in Holland involved in second incident, east of Cleveland
An Amtrak train pulled by the same locomotive involved in a fatal car-train crash Thursday morning in suburban Toledo had a minor derailment Friday morning east of Cleveland after a piece of equipment dislodged from that locomotive. The eastbound Lake Shore Limited from Chicago to New York and Boston was officially canceled at 8:05 a.m., a little more than two hours after it left the Cleveland station. It had stopped in Toledo earlier Friday morning. The train stopped near Wickliffe, Ohio, shortly after leaving the Cleveland station at 5:52 a.m. Its crew reported hitting a crossing “hard,” with damage to the lead engine and one wheel assembly on a cafe car near the front of the train derailing. Whether the incident in Wickliffe was related in any way to the collision Thursday in Holland, Ohio, was not immediately known. But photos Steven Heister, a rail enthusiast, took of the damaged engine after it stopped near a crossing at Lloyd Road showed damage in the same part of the locomotive that hit an automobile the day before.
Toledo police arrest 182 people, seize 31 guns in operation targeting Five Points, Alexis
TOLEDO, Ohio — Toledo police arrested 182 people in a one-month operation targeting gun violence, narcotics, traffic violations and more in the Sylvania and Alexis corridors. The department on Thursday announced the results of the second operation F.A.S.E.R. -- Five Points and Alexis Safety Enforcement Response -- which began...
Waterville amphitheater still a go according to landowners
WATERVILLE, Ohio (WTVG) - Plans for a Waterville amphitheater may not be over according to landowners. A spokesperson with Devonshire Reit, Gary Yunker, cleared the air Thursday for the first time since announcing the project. Yunker says there is still an ongoing lawsuit between the city and some residents, though.
A new restaurant has opened in Toledo, Ohio
A new restaurant has opened for business in Toledo. On November 19, the restaurant El Patron Mexican Restaurant opened its doors in Toledo at 3309 N Holland Sylvania Rd, per the restaurant's social media account.
Car crashes into Mancy's Steaks in Toledo Friday
Police are investigating after a vehicle crashed into Mancy's Steaks Friday.
Drug trafficking suspect allegedly shot at officers during no-knock raid
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Police said that officers were shot at while serving a no-knock warrant Thursday. Michael Guerin, 50, faces felonious assault and drug trafficking charges in Lucas County Court. Authorities say Guerin fired at officers gathered outside from inside his home at on the 800 block of Emerald.
Shake Off Winter Blahs With Waterville’s Taylor Swift Scavenger Hunt
BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Taylor Swift was spotted in front of the Waterville Branch Library last week, sporting a sequined Santa hat and holiday lights. Holding up a life-sized cardboard likeness of the pop star, Terri Massucci explained how Swift is at the center of the latest Waterville-focused scavenger hunt.
6 Ohio towns among 100 most expensive U.S. cities to heat homes in winter
As temperatures plummeted and snow blanketed northeast Ohio this week, many across the region likely cranked up the thermostat in their homes. And then someone else may have turned it back down. If you’re conscious of the cost of heating your home, there’s good reason to be wary, especially for...
Northern lights may be visible Thursday night in Ohio. Here's where to see them
It's not every day you get a chance to see northern lights in Ohio. But if you're in northern Ohio on Thursday, you may be able to see the magical lights, also known as aurora borealis, due to disturbances in the sun. Here's what to know. How can I see...
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Births Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center Maritza Redinger. Fremont, twin girl and boy, Nov. 25.
Puppies in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in liberty center, OH?
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around liberty center.
This restaurant in Bowling Green, Ohio has reopened at a new location
A popular restaurant in Bowling Green has opened its doors at its new location. Are you a fan of the restaurant Guajillo's Cocina Mexicana? If the answer is yes, you might want to know that the restaurant has opened at a new location in Bowling Green. In a recent social media post, the restaurant announced that it is now open at 176 E Wooster St (where the restaurant the Stones Throw Tavern & Grill used to be).
The gas price fluctuate between $2.78 and $3.16 in Holland as of 2023-12-01. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Friday is $3.248, a week ago the price is $3.265 , according to AAA.
13 Action News Big Story: The end of the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The pause of military action in the Middle East has come to an end as the deadline for another extension expired at midnight. You can watch the full big story above. See a spelling or grammar error in our story? Please include the title when you...
Washington Local names forthcoming middle school
Washington Local Schools on Wednesday announced Whitmer Middle School as the name of a new middle school expected to open in 2026. “I’m really excited about the name. I think it’s gonna fit exactly what our community is looking for. [And] I am most excited that the name came from the community.... It will be the greatest school in Ohio,” said Irshad Bannister, Washington Local Schools Board of Education president. Like the district’s high school, the middle school, to be located off Harvest Lane, will also be the “Home of the Panthers.” Mr. Bannister announced the name during a school board meeting. The school is scheduled to open to sixth-to-eighth-grade students in August, 2026.
Boxer pleads no-contest to gun charge stemming from traffic stop
Toledo boxer Jared “Big Baby” Anderson was convicted Friday of a misdemeanor gun charge in a plea bargain to settle a drunken-driving arrest last month. Mr. Anderson entered a no-contest plea to improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle and was found guilty in Oregon Municipal Court by Judge Louis Kovacs, who fined him $200 and gave him a 180-day suspended sentence at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. Police who pulled Mr. Anderson over for speeding during the wee hours of Nov. 6 reported finding liquor in the car and a Glock 17 pistol in the glove compartment. They initially charged him with a fifth-degree felony for possessing a firearm in the vehicle while intoxicated, along with speeding and operating under the influence. The felony charge was reduced and the other charges dismissed under the plea agreement.
New leader named Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity
Erin McPartland has been named the new executive director of the Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity following a national search, the organization announced. “Through the process, it became evident that Erin has a profound understanding of affordable housing, long-standing relationships with partners, volunteers, and donors, and a comprehensive grasp of Habitat's mission,” board president Lauren Clarke said. Ms. McPartland joined the local affordable housing nonprofit in April 2016. Under her leadership as the development and engagement director, the organization has experienced significant fund development growth and increased presence in the community. “I have a deep love for MVHFH’s mission, our board and team, our donors and volunteers, the people we serve, and our community,” Ms. McPartland said in a statement. “The waiting lists for our programs are over three years long — I look forward to building on the current successes of our organization while collaborating with our community to solve our affordable housing needs.”