When Erik Kynard knocked over the high jump bar on his third and final attempt at 2.36 meters (7 feet, 8.75 inches) in the Olympics competition on Tuesday, a supporter at a local watch party on Jackman Road shouted, “We still have an Olympic
Last weekend was the bloodiest weekend of the summer in Toledo. August is always the most violent month of the year. But it is disappointing that, this summer, the violence was met with resignation and fear. Click here to read more Blade editorials
Mr. Strickland should have called Mr. Portman’s bluff and hung tough for Toledo.
If you want to stop a proposed law from reaching the ballots of the people of Ohio, one thing you can do is get petition signatures thrown out on technicalities.
Judge Barrett said the government cannot regulate the free speech of organizations it funds.
The U.S. Justice Department’s scathing report should shake every American to the core.
By addressing a situation calmly, officers may be able to protect all parties involved in a potentially volatile situation.
The link between ProMedica and the Cleveland Clinic is worthy of applause.
Americans are bad drivers. Not only are they bad, but they also are not very smart or responsible when they get behind the wheel
What happened in Swanton was not democracy, it was an attempt to control the public and shut down opposition.