In an Aug. 16 letter to The Blade, a Maumee resident makes the false assumption that anyone who voted for Mitt Romney in the last election will vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming election (“Path is clear for Clinton win”). I would
How can we help the chronically and multigeneration poor break the cycle of poverty?
A rule change could save the state $12 million but imperil the Early Head Start and Head Start programs.
Former mayor still surprised at roughness, betrayals of politics.
Mr. President, the people of Baton Rouge, La., know you are monitoring the historic flood that has destroyed their homes and businesses and sent thousands of them to shelters. That’s what presidents do. But being kept informed by your staff as
I have a restored 1964 CJ-5 Tuxedo Park. I attended your Toledo Jeep Festival last weekend, and I want to thank Toledo for a wonderful time. Toledo nailed it. What a great job they did on their first Jeep Festival. The city was beautiful, clean,
As a fifth generation Ohio farmer, I would like to comment on the June 5 editorial, “Kasich should save Lake Erie.” Improving Ohio’s water quality needs time. We didn’t get into this situation overnight, and no amount of
I cannot say enough about how wonderful the “Bach around the Clock” event at the Toledo Museum of Art was recently. The program was so thoughtfully planned and included music being played all over the museum. Never has the Skinner been
It’s ironic that the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, an organization founded by and principally funded by Jews and Jewish communities, is the primary agency responsible for the resettlement of Muslim refugees in America. Maybe those welcomed in