Rudolph/Libbe Properties Inc. will shift the focus of its operations to projects in the region, expecting 50% to 70% of its future work to come out of the Charlotte area. "We're at the birth of a burgeoning city," says Barry Rigby, Rudolph/Libbe vice president of retail development and leasing.
Ohio electronic voting machines vulnerable to tampering in 2008
He must really want to be President! To go and buy over 1100 radio stations. I'll be curious when our local dunder heads over at WSPD will start kissing up to him...
Clear Channel Communications, Inc. Enters into Merger Agreement with Private Equity Group Co-Led By Bain Capital Partners, LLC and Thomas H. Lee Partners, L.P.
Ben Konop driving without insurance And Karyn Hancock faking her kidnapping....
One hell of a week in this shithole we call Toledo!!!!!
After years of holding its annual convention at
Seagate Centre in downtown Toledo, the Ohio Fruit and Vegetable Growers
Congress has a new name and plans to meet next month in Sandusky.
CitiFest Inc. did not live up to expectations of
managing the Erie Street Market, Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner said
after reviewing a financial audit of the organization that he ordered.
"While there is no evidence of wrongdoing or misappropriation, it is
clear that CitiFest did not meet their managerial or fiduciary
Military members who plan on retiring to Ohio now won't have to worry about how much they'll be taxed.
Ohio joined states such as Texas, Nevada, and Minnesota in no longer taxing a military pension earned after 20 years of service.
Toledo City Council last night approved a plan
that dedicates $7.8 million in taxpayer money toward developer Larry
Dillin's effort to redevelop the nearly empty Southwyck Shopping Center.
Two Toledo councilmen yesterday questioned the wisdom of a proposed deal meant to help move along the eventual redevelopment of the nearly vacant Southwyck Shopping Center.
2006’s most played artist at CHR radio (R&R), Toledo, Ohio band Sanctus Real readies its first album in nearly two years, We Need Each Other, releasing on Sparrow Records Feb. 12. Playing new songs from the album, as well as fan favorites spanning it’s four acclaimed national studio releases, Sanctus Real launches a 35-city major market tour with Third Day in February.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Next Tuesday, Dec. 18 will be a very special night for Texas head women’s track and field/cross country coach Bev Kearney.
Kearney, in her 16th season at Texas, was selected as one of eight inductees into the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association (USTFCCCA) Hall of Fame.
AP - LONDON — The newest member of Led Zeppelin was given the honor of kicking off the band's reunion Monday night, pounding out the beat before the surviving founders joined in on a near-perfect "Good Times Bad Times."
After I read this news story (below), I thought this would be more fodder for the gun control proponents to use in making their point in trying to get gun ownership banned, thinking shooting sprees like this can be eliminated by doing so.
The City of Toledo is considering this week
whether to spend $35,000 with a company that would gauge how the
citizens think their tax money should be used.
City council is expected to vote tomorrow on a proposal from the
Finkbeiner administration to hire ETC Institute, of Olathe, Kan., to
conduct a multi-level survey of Toledoans.
New Toledo plant will convert methane into energy
Construction under way on $26M area facility
I know this is getting a week old, but you can watch Glenn Beck at a press conference and see some more on his response to what he said about Toledo on his national program.
"They say the numbers are down from 1,200 to around 900, but I think I know as much about polar bears as anyone, and I tell you there are as many bears here now as there were when I was a kid," he says as the tundra buggy rattles back to town across the rutted snowscape.
"Churchill is full of these scientists going on about vanishing bears and thinner bears.
"County policy casts light on appointees’ donations
49 of 250 serving on boards gave to commissioners’ campaigns since 2004
Toledo, Ohio native Zak Reed is tired of being stopped and detained at the Canadian border every time he tries to drive home.
"I don't feel very welcome in my home at all," Reed tells CBS News. "In fact, I feel like I am not wanted in my country any more."
I wonder how ticket sales will be affected by the local economy?
I'm guessing fewer families will have $100 to purchase a raffle ticket. (Despite the support it gives to an absolutely wonderful cause.) I hope people still take a chance though - St Jude's is an amazing organization. I'd be inclined to donate money to them anyhow - the chance of winning a prize would just be an added bonus!