Many thanks for the outstanding coverage of the seventh annual Toledo Pride Festival & Parade (Aug. 28, “Pride festival brings out rainbow of personalities”). The Blade has really stepped up in recent years and provided excellent
Colin Kaepernick, the NFL player who found a reason not to stand for the “Star-Spangled Banner,” feels strongly that he has a legitimate gripe. But so do many other Americans who get off their behinds every time the national anthem is
I have had the privilege of voting for president more than 10 times in my life. During each of those elections, I have never felt very strongly about any of the candidates. That is a darned shame in the most powerful nation on the planet. This
Editor’s note: These letters to the editor did not run in the daily paper. Good work being done at ‘pound’ It was with dismay and disgust that I read another editorial on Lucas County Canine Care & Control — or
Recently a letter writer took exception to Keith Burris’ Aug. 9 editorial regarding the media’s unfair and misleading coverage of Donald Trump. The writer disagreed, saying Mr. Trump and most of the media denigrate and condemn Mrs.
Thousands of our employees, physicians, providers and board members are native Toledoans.
Jeep Fest should have included recognition for efforts of past mayors.
Taxpayer dollars are not the property of Planned Parenthood.
I moved away from Toledo more than three years ago to be near family and a new job in Las Vegas. I occasionally read the obituaries in The Blade, as I lived in Toledo for 45 years. Some things never change in Toledo — like city
Major news media shows lack of backbone.