I was surprised to read that despite pleas from West Side residents, the city commissioners would not change their minds regarding closing the Venice Road Fire Station. But then, should we be surprised?
As Secretary of State John Kerry testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee last week on why his latest effort of obtaining a Peace Accord between Israel and Palestine broke down, it occurred to me that C-SPAN might attract a couple more viewers if, like most sports stations, they ha
Optimism sprang anew as temperatures warmed, birds chirped and flowers bloomed, welcoming another spring’s arrival. However, in 1864, as the war entered its fourth year, attention focused on the cloud of uncertainty hovering above the Confederacy.
As I write these words, the Pulitzer Prizes for journalism and the arts have just been announced. And one of the winners would likely be of interest to people who are concerned with the Clyde area cancer cluster.
The guy Huron County sheriff's deputies handcuffed and forced to the floor in his own apartment at 114-1/2 Benedict Ave. on March 25 is the only person providing any credible information about what happened.