May 142015
Police Division Hosts Memorial Event Honoring Fallen Officers

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — To commemorate National Police Officer Memorial Week, the Maumee Police Division will host an event honoring those who have served their communities. Retired Sgt. Doug Brainard organized the special event, which will take place this Saturday, May 16 at the Maumee-Bowling Green Elks Lodge in Maumee. “We want . . . Read More

May 142015
Unique Works Of Student Art On Display At Art Festival

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Sculptures, paintings, drawings, photographs and digital art were on display at the Maumee Arts Festival on April 29. Over 2,000 pieces of art were on hand for the second annual event, which took place in the lobby of the Maumee High School Performing Arts Theater and in the . . . Read More

May 082015
Maumee School District Names New Assistant Superintendent

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee City Schools has named Todd Cramer as the new assistant superintendent. At its May 4 meeting, the Maumee school board approved the appointment and a three year-contract, which begins on August 1. Cramer will be paid an annual salary of $113,555. “I’m excited to be here,” he . . . Read More

Apr 242015
Fourth-Graders Learn About Business Through Junior Achievement

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Junior Achievement volunteers are teaching Wayne Trail Elementary students lessons in entrepreneurship and financial management. Representatives from businesses that belong to the Maumee Chamber of Commerce are serving as JA volunteers by spending 45 minutes per week for five weeks teaching students business concepts such as revenue, expenses, . . . Read More

Apr 242015
Riverside Cemetery Opens Following Flood Damage

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — After more than five weeks of being closed, Riverside Cemetery is now open to the public. Maumee Public Service Director Joe Camp announced at the April 20 city council meeting that the closed signs were be removed at 8:00 a.m. on April 21. “It’s time for people to . . . Read More

Apr 032015
Volunteers Begin Effort To Clean Up Side Cut

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Last August, Nathan and Heidi Steinmetz said their “I dos” at Side Cut Metropark. Last weekend, the young married couple was among the legions of volunteers at the park clearing out the debris left behind from a massive flood of ice boulders and water that overtook the park . . . Read More

Mar 272015
Work Continues At Riverside Cemetery

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Since the ice boulders that let loose in Waterville on March 14 caused extensive damage to Maumee’s floodplains – and especially to Riverside Cemetery – Maumee Mayor Richard Carr has spent a lot of his time there. Last Friday, March 20, he met with U.S. Rep. Bob Latta . . . Read More