Two logical steps are to limit access to guns for certain people and to limit the types of guns that can be sold.
A proposal being considered by the Ohio Department of Agriculture to permit a 2.2-million chicken farm in Van Wert County is raising concerns about the impact the farm could have on Western Lake Erie and its annual toxic algae problem. Van Wert is
Paying $232,000 in additional interest payments on a loan that could be paid off is not good fiscal discipline.
The Blade has a tradition of holding the feet of city workers to the fire when they haven’t worked hard or fast enough to earn their public pay, but we need to also note when they do a good job. City water crews battled major water main
The possibility that the pilot at the controls in an airline cockpit has mental health problems that are not being addressed is pretty unnerving. So, it’s a step in the right direction for the Federal Aviation Administration to urge pilots
Poor decisions made by unqualified managers have cost city money, respect.
Ayoung woman killed early Saturday morning in a single-car crash on I-75 became the most recent local death in what is statistically the most dangerous time of year for young drivers, and it is a reminder to parents to emphasize safe driving
Please, don’t pass the salt. There is too much of it in so many of the foods we eat as it is. It’s good, then, that the Food and Drug Administration wants less of it in restaurant meals and in processed foods. That’s because, no
The rapist should not be seen as a victim. Judge Aaron Persky did not do justice in this case.
President Obama favors allowing India to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group when the group meets in Seoul next week. It’s a bad idea — somewhere between dubious and disastrous. It was India’s 1974 nuclear bomb test that led to