Mary J. Pilcher of South Toledo believes the revitalization of the city could be stymied by keeping the jail downtown.
Starting the MLB season earlier really demonstrated a lack of weather geography, writes Edward Nussel.
University of Toledo Professor Brian J. Harrington asks about the potential dangers of blowing up buildings that contain chemical weapons.
“False facts are worse than false news,” writes Jim Lefevre of West Toledo.
Readers comment on raid of President Trump’s lawyer, Toledo’s Civic Center Mall, and freedom of speech.
Readers also sound off about human trafficking law, military heroes, and racial incidents at Powertrain/Toledo Transmission.
Judge Cubbon’s sentence needs to be appealed, reader says.
“I hope my city and the other communities will go it alone rather than leave Toledo in effective control of this basic resource,” writes Joseph Pflager of Maumee.
“These youth will have a long time to reflect on their behavior and this tragedy should not be compounded,” writes Joseph Moran of West Toledo.
Brian McKenna, the commissioner of the ECHL, writes The Blade to compliment the Toledo Walleye and its fans.