Issue has barely been mentioned on campaign trail, but voters need to insist that changes.
The knowledge, experience, and tenacity that Jim Siegel brought to his coverage of Ohio’s General Assembly made him an inspiration.
Government crop insurance and other assistance is essential for farmers to survive and hedge against poor weather and the uncertainty from trade wars.
Legislation provides a life-saving remedy to a persistent problem and requires limited funding and almost no maintenance.
Until the city proves it can be trusted with more responsibility over city parks, it should leave the neighborhood park groups as they are.
The nation as a whole could do with less fixation on political soap operas.
Toledo and the Southwyck area need development, not more decay.
Other water parks are smart additions to their portfolio.
Lake Erie West should have been a watchdog for the public’s money and the quality of public education, not just one of many grabbing its share of the booty.
Universal background checks should not be something Ohio voters have to make law next year.