Toledo needs to stop whining about water-plant expenses, and suburban customers need to quit threatening to build their own plants.
The clamor over the cost of Mylan’s EpiPen has generated a dramatic reaction in the health-care market. The CVS pharmacy chain announced recently that it will make a competing product — the generic version of Adrenaclick —
Nobody has to tell Zak Vassar the challenges he signed up for.
The announcement of The Andersons closing its stores seems akin to when Toledo lost Tiedtke’s. Click here to submit a letter to the editor With the trend today of big-box stores and Internet shopping, unique retailers like The Andersons are
Michael Barone, in consecutive columns in The Blade (Dec. 29 and Jan. 10), has come up with a name for people who are concerned about climate change: liberal elites. As we all know, liberal elites can’t be trusted. But there’s actually
The President wants the health-insurance plan to cover everyone and cost less. That won’t be a free-market model.
Animal activists didn’t win fight with Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey. As circus closes, there are no winners.
An editorial cartoon by The Blade’s Kirk Walters.
If you thought that Mr. Trump was going to reign as a distant CEO while Mike Pence ran the government, you know better after inauguration speech.
Christopher Cottle, a social worker in Lucas County, works with individuals caught up in the current opiate drug epidemic. Often, he said, his clients die, and there is no cause of death listed in the lists printed in The Blade. “There are