Claire Rosacco will never forget her first boss. She was a newly minted Ohio State University journalism graduate in 1979. The late George Voinovich had just been elected mayor of Cleveland.
DETROIT — Seventeen years ago, David Adamany, the retired president of Wayne State University, was the first-ever emergency manager of the Detroit Public Schools. Compared to today, the schools were doing well. There were still
The Toledo Symphony is generally described as a regional orchestra. In the strictest sense, that’s accurate. It serves our region, and it does so very well. But the TSO’s impact and reputation extend far beyond the counties of northwest
Last week’s presidential primaries from New Jersey to California seemed to settle the big questions in this phase of the race to the White House. Though he continued to antagonize members of his party, Donald J. Trump maintained his march
Imagine standing in line to cast your vote at your polling place on election day. You’ve just finished a long day at work or picked up kids from school. It’s 7:15 p.m., but you made it in line to vote before the polls close at 7:30.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha continues working to help children of Flint.
Listening to the many tributes to Muhammad Ali over the weekend, one comes away with the feeling that some lives defy categorization.
A roaring campfire, a robust cup of coffee, the solitude of the woods, and the unmitigated enthusiasm of a young boy are enough to make a grandfather’s heart sing.
Win could help him make changes in Democratic party.
Readers respond to Blade’s editorial on Harambe.