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HomeGoods, Marshalls open in Sylvania Township
Diane Hoogendoorn and Linda Thibert beat out the morning rush of customers at the grand opening Thursday of HomeGoods and Marshalls stores on Monroe Street in Sylvania Township. They snagged the first two spots in the parking lot. The 50,000-square-foot stores at 5235 Monroe St. mark the entrance into Toledo of HomeGoods and a return to the area of Marshalls. “We have been shopping at HomeGoods forever,” Ms. Thibert, who had been going to the chain's stores in the Detroit area.
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Plenty of weekend activities in Sylvania area.

  • Team Oakleaf at The Walk to End Alzheimer's

  • Third Annual Domestic Violence Event at Herbally Radiant

  • Northview boys soccer undefeated

  • Maplewood Elementary evacuation drill

  • Highland Stride and Dunk Tank

  • 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

  • IN PICTURES: St. Ursula beats Northview

  • Sylvania Fall Festival

  • Halloween Extravaganza

  • Eco Discovery program explore nightlife

  • Sylvania Country Club

  • Northview High School food drive

  • Fire Safety Festival

  • Southview homecoming

  • 2nd graders meet service dog-in-training

  • IN PICTURES: Perrysburg vs. Northview
Sylvania Voices
John Zeitler
Olander Park System commissioner

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"Olander Park has a good representation with voters ... and I want to keep up support...."
Tim Hurst
Northview grad/Alaska teacher

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"I genuinely care about these people, and I’d really miss the kids if I left."
Jennifer Kuns
Sylvania Country Club Marketing Director

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"We have already seen more traffic this fall. Our members are spreading the word for us."
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Market on Main is still in full bloom
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Eric Zhu
Southview High School student loves biology, debate team, and snagging a nap.
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