In his Oct. 18 letter, Jason Mishka, a Sylvania city councilman, said: “After decades of having no place to ride a mountain bike, Oak Openings now has a legitimate, single-track mountain bike trail. ... Prior to this, area riders who wanted to
Readers also sound off on algae, kneeling as a form of protest, and Lucas County taxes.
Metroparks Toledo did something extraordinary by embracing mountain biking.
President wants to turn America into his personal dictatorship.
I want to applaud The Blade for providing coverage of the citizens task force that reviewed health department operations (Oct. 7, “A Health Crisis”). The mayor, commissioners, and township trustees did a remarkable job in appointing and
If Mr. Kapszukiewicz wants to win this election, he needs to back away from this office space.
Fifth Third Bank move set off retail and tenant exodus at Huron, Madison.
As America takes a step back, the rest of the world surges forward.
Other letters: Gun-death hysteria overblown; Exxon should look at Lake Erie algae.
If you read Joe Scarborough’s Oct. 9 column, “Congress refuses to have gun debate in wake of unprecedented toll,” and took issue with any part of it, I’d suggest you’re part of the problem. The first reaction to the