Separating immigrant families is immoral, and the Trump administration needs to end this practice
Edward Snowden threatened U.S. national security, writes Ann Oberski of Wauseon.
President Trump recently met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Though it will take years to see the full effect of this meeting, Donald Trump made progress. This was the first time a sitting U.S. president met with a North Korean ruler.
A recent piece by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas was unspeakly offensive to real victims of discrimination, writes Gary R. Lee of Bowling Green.
The lead inspection doesn’t take much — and it will keep families safe from the effects of lead poisoning, writes Chuck Jackson of Temperance.
It should not be rocket science to find a suitable replacement body camera for our officers, writes Rick Northrup of North Toledo.
Politicians were silent for the past 13 years that St. Anthony’s Church sat vacant. Though this church served its purpose, it is time to allow Bishop Daniel Thomas to do with the building what he sees fit.
This lead ordinance law has good intentions but is causing horrible repercussions, writes Brad Luring of Sylvania.
A Toledo area resident sent a card and money to his granddaughter through USPS. His granddaughter never received the money.
“Why are road projects started and left unfinished?” asks Joanne Stoll of West Toledo.