Aug 152014
 
Sophia Street Businesses Find Ways To Cope With Construction

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Kicked-up dust, huge piles of stones, partial street closures, limited parking and trucks that continually drive up and down the street are just a few of the challenges Sophia Street businesses are currently dealing with. In the end, however, most business owners agree that much of the aggravation . . . Read More

Aug 152014
 

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Eight individuals have expressed interest in filling the school board seat vacated by Dave Theaker, who resigned from the board on July 27. Those submitting formal letters of interest to the Maumee school board included Brian Fritz, Diane Balcerzak, Glenn Rambo, Rebecca Rothenbuhler, Vanessa Gonyer, Michael Wiley, Gina . . . Read More

Aug 152014
 
Beloved Maumee Couple To Be Missed Following Tragic Accident

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — In January, just five short months from now, Huber and Charline Buehrer – a beloved and accomplished Maumee couple – would have marked their 57th wedding anniversary. Instead, the well-respected couple, whose love and commitment spanned five decades and fostered a multigenerational family that includes six children and . . . Read More

Aug 082014
 
Maumee Chamber Of Commerce Executive Director Set To Retire

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — After supporting the Maumee business community for over a decade, Brenda Clixby will step down from her role as executive director of the Maumee Chamber of Commerce. An entrepreneur and small-business owner, Brenda became a chamber member in 2001. She served on the board before becoming the director . . . Read More

Aug 082014
 
Maumee’s Water Not Contaminated During Water Crisis

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Water in Maumee did not test high for the toxin that created a water crisis across the region. On Saturday, August 2, Toledo issued a Do Not Drink advisory after microcystin, a by-product of harmful algal blooms, was found to be in excess of the recommended drinkable standard. . . . Read More

Aug 082014
 
3.9-Mill School Levy To Be Placed On Ballot This Fall

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee City Schools will seek voter approval of a 3.9-mill levy. At its July 29 meeting, the school board unanimously approved placing a dual-purpose levy on the November 4 ballot. With the levy, 2 mills will be designated to the operating fund and 1.9 mills will be designated . . . Read More

Aug 082014
 
Dance Expressions To Add Satellite Dance Studio In Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Nine years after opening their studio doors, Dance Expressions is expanding business with a new satellite studio in Maumee. Owners Brittany Patterson and Elaine Nickoli – a mother-daughter business team – weren’t looking to expand their 300-member dance studio. But when studio space became available in Maumee, they . . . Read More