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Published 22 hours ago
Objection raised to handling of corrections
BY JACK LESSENBERRY BLADE OMBUDSMAN
Every newspaper, no matter how hard it tries, sometimes makes mistakes. When The Blade does, it tries hard to correct the error, both by fixing the story in its electronic library and by running an item in the printed paper on the second page of the first section. …

Published 22 hours ago
Kirk: Take time to listen
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST

Published 22 hours ago
More college is better bet for Ohio
BY DAVID KUSHMA BLADE EDITOR

Published 22 hours ago
Especially now, fly the flag always
Letters to the Editor
Patriotism doesn’t seem to be evident in neighborhoods. I seldom see an American flag posted in front of houses. I display the flag, along with a prisoner of war/​missing in action flag, every day. …

Published 22 hours ago
Retired TFD captain: Don’t blame fire chief
Letters to the Editor
I recently retired from the Toledo Fire Department as a captain. I find it disturbing that my brotherhood is putting Fire Chief Luis Santiago out to dry (“Fire chief won’t resign; Santiago: Work to do,” May 21). …

Published 22 hours ago
Asthma-peanut link put in doubt
Letters to the Editor
As an allergist who treats children with asthma and food allergies, I am concerned about your article about a study that links asthma to peanut sensitization in children (“Toledo-area study: Nut allergy tests urged for children with asthma,” May 18). …

Published 22 hours ago
Give more coverage to positive people
Letters to the Editor
You published recent articles about two 25-year-old men who chose different paths in their lives. Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man who had been arrested many times and who died in police custody, was featured on the front page (“Lead paint played key role in early life of Freddie Gray,“ May 1). …

Published 22 hours ago
Immigrants can revitalize Toledo’s community, economy
BY STEVE TOBOCMAN
A new economic development movement is growing rapidly in the Rust Belt. It aims to make our region the center of innovation and entrepreneurship — similar to the spirit that powered our 20th century industrial superiority — and to revitalize distressed urban neighborhoods in older legacy cities such as Toledo. …

Published 22 hours ago
Campaign matters

Five months and change before Election Day, Toledo’s mayoral campaign finally has meaningful competition. Now it needs substance — a lot. …

5/23/2015 12:00 AM
Millennial candidate hopes to be force
BY MARILOU JOHANEK BLADE COLUMNIST
Do not underestimate P.G. Sittenfeld, the young Cincinnati councilman who is running for the U.S. Senate. …




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