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Updated 2 hours ago
An old-fashioned word

Bradley Buck is an early test case for Toledo’s drug court. His circumstance is perfectly suited to the court. It also shows the new court’s inherent limits and flaws. …

Updated 8 hours ago
Whatever became of punishment?
BY KEITH C. BURRIS BLADE EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR
Bradley Buck pleaded guilty April 26 to four robberies: holding up a Family Video on Dorr Street on March 1; robbing an establishment called Pleasure 365, on Airport Highway, March 3; sticking up the Midtown Food Mart III, on Hill Avenue, on March 6; and robbing Stop & Shop, on Dorr, March 14. …

Updated 9 hours ago
Jinks positive about team’s potential
BY DAVE HACKENBERG BLADE SPORTS COLUMNIST
BOWLING GREEN — The glass can be half empty or half full. Often, it depends on where you’re sitting. …

Published 9 hours ago
Maumee Dearest: Construction zones
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST

Published 11 hours ago
Don’t interfere with our rights
Letters to the Editor
Good people on either side of the political spectrum can justly be dismayed at our choice this year in the presidential election. In the land of the brave and the free would it be too quaint to bottom line the decision? Which candidate would be least likely to interfere with our personal liberty? …

Published 11 hours ago
Americans don’t get the Middle East
Letters to the Editor
The Blade’s Pages of Opinion is often read by me but not always agreed with. But, the May 21 editorial titled “Why America fails in the Middle East” hit the center of the bull’s-eye for me. …

Published 11 hours ago
Festival of the future

In yet another sign that Toledo is on the upswing, the city hosted the inaugural Glass City Film Festival last week. It was a modest but quality affair, screening 30 independent feature, and short films. …

Published 11 hours ago
Urbane, literate, and tough

Morley Safer, one of the most important news correspondents in the history of television, died last week, only days after retiring. He was 84. …

Published 11 hours ago
Find planting success
BY KELLY HEIDBREDER IN THE GARDEN
If you are having a backyard party, add some color to the landscape. I like to get some help from my flowers instead of spending alot of money on paper decorations. Your colorful landscape will last much longer than party streamers and balloons. …

5/24/2016 12:00 AM
Clueless on economic development
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The decision by the Paula Hicks-Hudson administration to fire a long-established economic development and real estate firm that had been charged with marketing the former Southwyck mall property is disturbing. …




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