News reports on Central American migrants seeking asylum fail to include two relevant facts, writes Don Stierman of West Toledo.
“How many deaths will it take before we realize that too many people have died?” asks Marcia Bohnsack of Oregon.
Thomas Verner of Waterville has a suggestion for settling the recent flap over Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh’s key to the city of Toledo.
Drivers must learn how to properly negotiate a roundabout, writes Michele Jurek of West Toledo.
A sales tax increase to benefit TARTA is nothing more than a cash grab, writes Stephen G. Spitler of West Toledo.
A recent trend in Ohio schools is the hiring of uncertified nurses. This is not optimal for student health and safety.
Clyde Appleby of Ottawa Hills writes that the Lucas County jail is meant to stay in downtown Toledo.
Though it will take time for the trees to grow, they will soon help to improve the water quality of the Maumee River.
Who has the day-to-day responsibility for the safety of school children? The answer is local schools, writes Don Decker of Holland.
Many factors, including gun control laws and social media, have lead to the increase in school shootings over the past thirty years.