Dec 192014
 
Brandon Loboschefski Appointed To Position Of Fire Chief

This is a preview. The full article contains 494 words and it will be completely unlocked on 12.24.2014 @ 09:00 a.m.BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Fire Prevention Chief Brandon Loboschefski has been named new fire chief of Maumee. He replaces Rick Monto who will retire January 9, 2015 after serving the department for . . . Read More

Dec 122014
 
Ousted Ohio State Band Director Makes Stop In Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Former Ohio State University band director Jon Waters quietly mingled with patrons last weekend at Dale’s Bar & Grill. The popular Maumee bar and eatery was filled to its usual capacity on a Friday night, with many in the crowd going about their business of watching football, talking . . . Read More

Nov 282014
 
City Streets Will Glow During Annual Holiday Parade

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — This weekend marks the 11th annual Holiday Light Parade and Holiday Hustle 5K, two festive traditions to kick off the Christmas season in Maumee. The events take place on Saturday, November 29 with runners and walkers lining up for the Holiday Hustle 5K, which precedes the parade. After . . . Read More

Nov 282014
 
Holiday Antiques And Vintage Collectibles Featured At Pop-Up Sale

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Vintage purses and jewelry, antique Christmas tree ornaments, artwork, distressed furniture, glassware and black and white photos are just a few of the items featured in a special sale this weekend. Susan Sterling of Maumee, who specializes in estate liquidation, antiques and appraisals, has filled an historic building . . . Read More

Nov 142014
 
Maumee High School DECA Hosts Volunteer Fair

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee High School DECA students are trying to make it as easy as possible for their fellow classmates to step up and volunteer in the community. A volunteer fair, which took place during lunch on November 7, showcased nearly 20 local organizations looking for student volunteers. “People think . . . Read More