A recent letter to the editor, “Finkbeiner deserves credit,” got me thinking about how much he accomplished in his three terms as mayor, including creation and retention of 48,000 jobs and more than $4 billion in new capital investment.
Recently, the superintendent of Ohio’s largest online charter school, ECOT, wrote a misleading and factually inaccurate letter to The Blade defending his failing e-school. I feel it is important to set the record straight. Click here to
In driving around, I have seen, a number of times, that homeowners and landscape companies have left grass clippings in the streets to be washed down the storm sewers and ultimately into the lake. I’m sure this could be another contributing
In November, the citizens of Toledo will be asked to renew a temporary income tax. The city politicians are saying that if this tax is not renewed, catastrophic chaos will befall the citizens of Toledo. The Toledo police and fire unions are
Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person to ever run for the president of the United States. She has destroyed evidence by smashing BlackBerry smart phones that had government information on them. This is called obstruction of justice. If
Party is beholden to NRA.
I find it ironic that the U.S. government is concerned with Russia trying to destabilize our upcoming election. Our government has been doing that for decades and continues to do so, including plots recently to affect the outcomes in Israel and the
Many thanks to Toledo Botanical Garden employee Dan Fay for going above and beyond during the recent tornadic weather. He checked on visitors numerous times with weather updates and opened the Crosby Conference Center so we had a safe building
In his Aug. 28 letter, “Regulation is not answer to water issue,” the writer supports more voluntary practices for farmers as well as more testing and more studies regarding the source of Lake Erie algal blooms. More testing and studies
In response to Katherine Franklin’s Aug. 28 letter, “Editorial, judge were off the mark,” I find it curious that she only evoked the First Amendment’s protection of the “freedom of speech” while conveniently