Letter writer Christopher Werkman has some questions about what’s to come for the Waterville bridge project.
If this year produces enough unrepresentative winners in Michigan politics, alternatives may suddenly look more attractive.
Toledo gets what it pays for. If the city wants the government to improve, it will need to pay for proven talent.
No one is obliged to agree with Nikki Haley’s politics, but blatant character assassination should always be called out.
Putting private interests in a position to veto the state agencies charged with protecting the public interest would have catastrophic practical results.
“Do the right thing,” writes Jetta F. Packer.
A Democrat in Ohio hasn’t won state auditor since 1994. With the issues on the table this year, Zack Space at least should be able to make it close.
An editorial cartoon by The Blade’s Kirk Walters.
Because of a bad deal, murderer Nathaniel Cook will be released. Now, law enforcement must not fail to keep the community safe.
Of course we want bus drivers to be able to save lives. But TARTA must also reinvent itself.