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Ohio is one of the nation’s largest glass manufacturing states. With negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) set to begin this week, U.S. Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Rob Portman (R-OH) are urging the Administration to stand up for critical glassware jobs in Toledo and Lancaster. 

Throughout this legislative session, the Ohio House has been working hard to promote job creation, business growth and economic recovery. In recent months, Ohio has experienced a dramatic influx of industry and jobs. In January of this year, the Buckeye state gained 25,000 jobs, and in February, we led the nation in jobs gained with an uptick of more than 28,000. With more and more businesses relocating within our borders, these trends are poised to continue as we move forward in 2012.

 Toledo Mayor Bell held a press conference today to discuss Dahing's decision to put "The Docks" purchase on hold. Press release below:

Interesting. After further analysis of the circulation numbers, the Toledo Blade paid circulation is actually down.

For those of you keeping up on the local green energy front, First Solar had several pieces of positive news today.

The latest circulation numbers are in and the Blade is happy to know its numbers are up. In the Editor and Publisher coverage of the latest 8.74% drop in circulation of newspapers in America is the fact that one of the larger papers to buck this trend is theToledo Blade.

There is a new device available today and maybe you have heard of it. It is called the iPad by Apple Computer Inc. In a nutshell it is a tablet and/or a personal digital assistant (PDA) type device