The Toledo Museum of Art thanks Melanie MacAdams for her compliments about the Glass Pavilion and the way that it invigorates the Old West End (July 21, “Beautify area near art museum”). While it was surprising to read her description
Absent from your recent article about Owens’ financial woes (Aug. 3, “Owens Community College tensions rise”) is the reality that these economic problems began after Governor Kasich altered the funding model for public higher
I am an honorably discharged former Marine who did two tours in Vietnam in 1966-67. I also received the Purple Heart. I can never vote for Donald Trump. He claims to be a patriot. That is not true. He used his father’s influence and money to
A cell tower has been erected in South Toledo at Living Hope Church on Glendale Avenue near Eastgate, located adjacent to several neighborhoods. Cell towers have been attributed to producing cancer in healthy people through radiation transmitted to
For the last seven years, Imagination Station has been an integral part of Lucas County and the Toledo area. We care about the welfare of the entire community and we strive to make learning fun and to spark interest with hands-on science education.
Now that the mayor of Toledo has scared to death the residents of Toledo concerning the passage of the 0.75-percent temporary income tax, the Lucas County levies on the November ballot will never pass. There is no way the citizens of Toledo are
Verbal attacks aren’t teaching tools.
More Mexicans have left the U.S. than entered it since 2009.
In “No to an Oregon curfew” (July 30), The Blade makes the point that “the fact that some teenagers are criminals does not justify treating all teenagers as criminals.” Yet every time some criminal creates havoc with
Regarding David Brooks’ July 25 column, “Trump dismantles moral backbone of Republican Foundation,” I beg to differ. The GOP dismantled itself over the last decade or so through its refusal to discuss and negotiate issues with the