Most of us take time to think about important matters that have permanent consequences. There seems to be one common exception to this truth. That exception applies to the topic of life or death issues.
While working at a newspaper, reporters often receive calls requesting coverage of some of the best and the worst scenarios. I’m glad to know we’re not the only profession beckoned, often begrudgingly, to non-stories.
Over the past few months, basic commodities that make up the bulk of Americans’ morning meal have risen sharply in price. Although the reasons for the price increases vary, most people will be likely to see higher food costs at the breakfast table in the coming months.
Cedar Point officials have little to say so far on a bill in the Ohio General Assembly that would treat police reports from private police departments as public records, making them available to everyone.