The choice that faces immigrant parents: enter the United States illegally and risk being separated from their children, or remain in their violent home country.
True, honest, and compassionate Republicans are few in number these days, writes Denis Eble of South Toledo.
Toledo’s lead ordinance has good intentions — protecting children and their families from harmful lead paint, but it may not wholly effective.
Robert Mueller should release his report ahead of the 2018 election so that voters may make an informed decision, writes David L. Flint of West Toledo.
Many retired workers rely on Aetna and other health insurance companies to pay for important medical care. But what can these individuals do when their care is stripped from them?
It appears that all TPS students have benefited with having Romules Durant as their superintendent, writes Renee S. Drew of Temperance.
St. Anthony’s building is aging and could potentially injure passersby. Those who wish to save it should take responsibility for this liability.
Burial at Arlington National Cemetery was promised to our nation’s veterans, but there are 134 other wonderful national cemeteries in the U.S., writes Glenn Shields of Maumee.
With her team, Judge Stacy Cook researches each and every case that she comes across in the court room. She finds ways to help convicts better their own lives, which in turn makes their communities better.
Richard A. Kujawski of Maumee believes the Toledo-Lucas County Library’s pursuit of overdue fees is excessive.