This is about football fans who don’t want to see their team lose, writes Robert Lubell of Sylvania.
The Blade seemed to express an opinion on a recent front page featuring a large advertisement for guns and ammo.
Neighborhood parks play an important part in Toledo’s revitalization, writes Denise Kern of South Toledo.
Wells Fargo, Citigroup, or Bank of America could never possibly pay for the damage they did, writes Richard Reder of South Toledo.
Toxic algae blooms have been plaguing Lake Erie severely this summer, writes Nancy Goodes of Columbus.
If we haven’t lost touch with our religious roots, how in the world could we have anything against a person kneeling?
Drivers must try to avoid the many large potholes on Toledo’s streets.
Increasing property taxes makes retiring in Sylvania more difficult
In a country where obesity is nothing short of a health crisis, is offering college students an excuse to not use their legs a good idea?
August 6 and 9 are the anniversaries of the dropping of the atomic bombs on the Japan, writes John R. Laudick of Toledo.