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Lourdes president to focus on graduates' success
As Lourdes University is well under way with improving its grounds for a welcoming setting for residential students, university President David Livingston said the next focus will be on partnerships to enhance student success after graduation. In his first State of the University address, Mr. Livingston today at the Franciscan Center provided a snapshot of the university’s past achievements and goals for the future.
Lourdes University

Lourdes raises money for orphanage
St. John Bosco Boys Home in Jamaica helped by Sylvania students. 
Going Out

ACT joins Lourdes Drama Society
To perform dramatic readings on Oct. 3-4 at Franciscan Center Theatre.
Public Health

Area Restaurant Inspections: 9-29
Inspection reports of Sylvania, Sylvania Twp. food-service operations.

  • Volunteers clean area waterways

  • Notre Dame senior a National Merit finalist

  • Lourdes hosts Celebrity Wait Night to raise money

  • 4th annual Confections for the Cure

  • Mothers Center blueberry picking

  • Oakleaf Village Scholarship Winners

  • Accident on W. Central Avenue

  • Native Sons and Daughters Campout

  • Playdate with a Purpose

  • Dog Party at the Sylvania Library

  • IN PICTURES: Panthers pounce on Wildcats

  • Safe Route

  • Fossil Fest

  • Almost Oktoberfest in full swing in Sylvania

  • Controlled Burn

  • IN PICTURES: Northview blanks St. John's 2-0

  • IN PICTURES: Anthony Wayne and Northview tie 0-0

  • SOCCER PICTURES: Northview vs. Anthony Wayne

  • Ohio Prairie Association Annual Conference

  • IN PICTURES: Findlay rolls at Southview
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Sylvania Slow Ryders

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"The beauty is that anyone can ride. You can just grab your bike and go."
Laura Glover
Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce

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Jon Haynes
Northview boys soccer coach

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