The Anthony Wayne Trail was built on the bed of the Miami and Erie canal, but its official draining ceremony in 1929 was ruined by saboteurs.
Is Tomato Pudding a unique Toledo delicacy? The answer seems to be yes after Mrs. Carrie Wall, above, revealed the dish’s secrets to Blade readers in 1960.
Toledo was, is, and always will be a restaurant town, and here are a few pictures from the past.
A nostalgic look back at late 70’s nightlife in Toledo includes a roundup of local bars and discos popular with the singles set.
The aviation pioneer made Toledo one of his proving grounds for his lighter-than-air craft.
On the same day in 1972, two Toledo institutions announce plans to close their venerable doors.
With very little fanfare save a front-page announcement, a thin fourteen-page edition marked the end of the The Toledo News-Bee on August 2, 1938.