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AW-Area Essential Businesses Adapt, Clean And Hang On

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Chowders ’N Moor owners Tom and Tina Kuron have weathered plenty of challenges since opening their downtown Waterville restaurant: A 2011 kitchen fire closed the doors for seven months and the 2014 algae bloom necessitated a switch to paper products in the nautical-themed dining area. On …

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City Of Maumee Responds To Threat Of Coronavirus Spread

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — As cities across the country take unprecedented steps to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Maumee Mayor Richard Carr laid out plans that the city will implement in response to the health crisis. He, along with city administrator Patrick Burtch and other officials, has been …

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AW Community Comes Together Despite Social Distancing

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — From schools and churches to restaurants and nursing homes, every corner of the Anthony Wayne community is feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Yet while facing challenges, many in the community are looking out for others, even when social distancing is the new norm. “This …

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13th Annual Acoustics For Autism Draws Huge Crowd

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Thousands came out last Sunday for the 13th annual Acoustics for Autism. The event, which supports families of individuals with autism, is one of the largest free music festivals in the area. “My husband’s band plays and we come out every year to support this,” …

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Old School Provides Education For First Responders

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — ‘It’s a baby boy!” announced Providence Township firefighter Mike Lord, watching a fully-geared Bryan Meko squeeze through a hole in the wall between two Whitehouse School classrooms. “Some people look at that (hole) and think, ‘No way, I can’t get through there.’ You need to stay …

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