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Republicans are ready to muscle legislation through the House authorizing an election-year lawsuit against President Barack Obama that accuses him of exceeding his powers in enforcing his health care law.More >>
A sharply divided House approved a Republican plan Wednesday to launch a campaign-season lawsuit against President Barack Obama, accusing him of exceeding the bounds of his constitutional authority. Obama and other...More >>
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Police have reopened Angola Rd. between McCord and Holland-Sylvania underneath I-475 in Springfield Township after softball size pieces of the I-475 bridge over Angola were found having fallen. More >>
Police have reopened Angola Rd. between McCord and Holland-Sylvania underneath I-475 in Springfield Township after softball size pieces of the I-475 bridge over Angola were found having fallen onto the road below. More >>
Residents in Point Place are stepping up and working with police to put an end to crime in the area.More >>
Residents in Point Place are stepping up and working with police to put an end to crime in the area. More >>
ROSSFORD, OH (Toledo News Now) -
School officials say four teachers in the Rossford School District are losing their jobs, decided recently by the Board of Education. Officials from the school district say that the reasoning behind the layoffs is strictly financial and a big part of those problems stems from a declining enrollment.
"It's very upsetting because we have made a lot of good relationships with the teachers and I know the students have as well. The board has not put forth the names of who is being let go," said parent Ken Boggs.
At this time we don't know which teachers are being laid off, but we do know that two of the teachers work in kindergarten through third grade, one works in fourth through ninth grades and the other is a high school teacher.
"You lose teachers then you implement a reading program that is going to cost the district several thousands of dollars, so you found money for a new reading program, but in turn we have to let teachers go," said parent Dave Misko.