When Paula Hicks-Hudson was elected mayor, she did not have a majority. That was to be expected: She had six opponents. But Toledo normally elects its mayors with majority votes, and it would be better if the rules ensured that this happens even
A man and a woman scaled a fence at the Toledo Zoo to hunt for Pokemon characters. Other players have been disrespectful to sacred sites.
The public wants and needs to trust the police.
UPS’ decision to show the person responsible for hanging a noose the door when he came to work was the correct action.
A defeat of the tax issue will turn Toledo into little Detroit, cause chaos, and undo much of the city’s momentum.
Shows discipline and restraint on the part of Donald Trump.
Nobody is immune from criticism — including me, your ombudsman. Sometimes, readers are puzzled because, while I am technically not an employee of The Blade, I wear two hats. As ombudsman, I respond to reader complaints about fairness and
The French government did not reform its intelligence agencies like it needed to do, and the result was predictable.
1 item improperly placed in the recycling bin can ruin an entire load of recyclables.
In at least several states, Hispanic voter registration is rising. Some will see this fact with optimism or fear depending on whether they think Hispanics are likely to support their preferred presidential candidate. But voting is more