Here’s an idea to get people into good jobs: Fund students who train for jobs that actually exist and pay well, like bookkeeping and medical-insurance coding. Indiana lawmakers are working on a new scholarship program to do just that. Click
Pedestrian deaths are on the rise because drivers are increasingly distracted while behind the wheel.
Now’s the time for elected leaders who have said they’re committed to stopping a crucial threat to the Great Lakes to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Scientists working to thwart the incursion of Asian carp say the invasive
Kids are grown and gone, so who does the chores?
According to the CBO report on the current health-care proposal, a 64-year-old male with an income of $26,500 in the year 2026 will pay 60 percent of his income on health-insurance premiums. Meanwhile, Paul Ryan is gloating that Medicare will be de-
As a former employee of Hickory Farms, I found Robert Ransom’s perspective on the recent comments made by current CEO Diane Pearse very interesting (March 12, “Hickory Farms’ Ransom was a true leader”). Although my tenure at
While it used to happen less often in the past (or at least more subtly) for a politician to say one thing and do the opposite, it appears Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson has opted to use a page from the Donald Trump playbook. She told The Blade:
Young Toledoans should play a key role in improving the city’s educational attainment rate.
Company has a track record of closing urban core stores to build ones in suburbs. City Council should take that into account.
Toledo has a generation of leaders who will not get out of the way for younger leaders.