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Some Of This Week’s Headlines:

Maumee Edition:

Maumee Summer Camps Offer Enrichment And Intervention

Maumee City Council Unanimously Passes $25.6 Million Budget

New Wolcott Museum Exhibit Examines Life During WWI

University Of Toledo Students Study Abroad In China

One-Day Certification Course In Whitehouse Offered To Prospective Fishing Educators

St. Pat’s Students Take The Stage For Alice In Wonderland Jr.

Individuals With Autism Display Artwork At Maumee Library

Transportation Improvement Program Posted Online For Resident Review

Maumee-Perrysburg Fishing Tournament Seeks Participants For Annual Event

Zoo Looks To Fill 150 Positions Through Seasonal Job Fair Event

NDA Girls Summer Academy Camps Offer Early Registration Discount

Friends Of The Library Book Sale Features Deep-Discount Bargains

Raconteur Jim Bowsher Presents Lecture On Thursday

Exchange Club’s Youth Of The Year Title Goes To MHS Senior Samantha Kramer

Hat, Books Highlight Literacy On Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

Gateway Eighth-Graders Explore Careers At Penta

Anthony Wayne:

Waterville Primary Celebrates 20 Years On Sycamore Lane

Pat Dymarkowski Named President Of Monclova Historical Foundation

Four Waterville Professionals Offer Free Startup Consultation

Bud Bauman Leads Walk Through History On Locally Produced DVD

Waterville Rotary Names Students Of The Month

AW FFA Competes In District 1 Agriscience Fair

Global Tax Center Opens On Michigan Avenue

AW District Considers Using Fundraising Organization

AWHS Junior Elijah Lomax Chosen For Future Medical Leaders Congress

Health Guide:

AW Community YMCA Marks One Year In New Home

Keith Walker To Receive Award Of Excellence From National Council For Behavioral Health

Genacross Hosts Free Community Health Fair

Special Olympics Athletes Meet For March Madness Events

American Red Cross, WTOL 11 Co-Host Annual Blood Drive

Caregivers Should Make Time To Care For Themselves

Expanded O.E. Meyer Homecare Store Holds Grand Opening In Walbridge

St. Luke’s Introduces Area Explorers  To Career Ideas In Health Care

Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program Moves Treatment Team To New Location

Teachers Practice What They Teach: Putting Healthy Habits Into Action

Makerspaces Used To Make Capes For Young Hospital Patients

Sports Section:

Anthony Wayne Baseball Looks To Build Upon Record Season

Eight Maumee Softball Players Return From Last Year’s 20-6 Season

AW’s Kelly Rice Signs Letter To Run At Wilmington College

Maumee Honors Winter Athletes At Annual Awards Ceremony

Maumee ‘Spring Fever’ Tailgating Event Planned Prior To Softball Season Opener

Anthony Wayne’s Borcherdt Steps Down As Boys Basketball Coach

AW Softball Looks To Build Upon Regional Semifinal Season

AW’s Cowan Looks To Make Impact After Serious Leg Injury

Archambeau And Burkett Sign To Continue Playing Baseball In College

Maumee Returns Eight Players To The Baseball Diamond

A Few Initial Impressions Of The 2017 NCAA Tourney

AW Boys Tennis Team Hopes To Serve Up NLL Title