With the recent news that electric costs will be increasing, how will this impact your vote on levies on the November ballot
FirstEnergy CEO (Toledo Edison parent):"Under any scenario you go with, rates are going to increase,"
COLUMBUS - Electric bills are going up whether lawmakers approve the governor's energy proposal or not, but they'll go up even more if legislators stick to a plan to increase requirements for renewable and advanced sources of energy, the chief of the FirstEnergy utility company said Thursday.
Barking good time for entire family.
4 Paws Sake, Inc. is a group of volunteer dog lovers whose mission is to rescue, provide sanctuary, and ultimately to re-home abandoned, stray and neglected dogs. We also assist dogs who, because of extenuating circumstances, are unable to remain in their homes with their owners.
By: The Toledo Journal
The Toledo Journal
Originally posted 10/3/2007
I was extremely dismayed to learn recently that my school district (Sylvania) requires that a child turn 5 by August 1st of the year in which they will be starting kindergarten. (Seems like a bizarre cutoff to me, since children don't even start school until late August! But I digress...)
Are there any local Ohio kindergartens which have a later date? (Public or Private)
By JENNIFER PARKER
Oct. 3, 2007
In what has become the latest partisan battle over the Iraq War, congressional Democrats and a veterans group are expressing outrage over comments made by conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh on his talk radio program last week.
The Toledo Police Patrolman's Association has endorsed Judge Mike Goulding in his effort to retain his seat on the bench at Toledo Municipal Court.
BY BOB STIEGEL
Journal Staff Writer
Municipal Court Judge Robert Christiansen has removed himself from an African ...
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By MEGHAN GILBERT
BLADE STAFF WRITER
Picture North Toledo in five years. What do you see?
United North wants to know.
The B team finds fresh meat
by Johnny Hildo
published October 3rd 2007
District 4 council candidate Ronnell Traynum is a true political novice. We mean a dripping wet and slap on the tushy neophyte. She
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday that every child born in the United States should get a $5,000 "baby bond" from the government to help pay for future costs of college or buying a home.
Clinton, her party's front-runner in the 2008 race, made the suggestion during a forum hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus.
WITHOUT A PROMPTER
Leading the charge
By Karl Rundgren
Special to Toledo Free Press
Toledoans are used to bearing the brunt of jokes.
Read the story here: http://toledofreepress.com/?id=6460
Aide recalls final trip to District 5 with Paul Gillmor
By Justin R. Kalmes
Toledo Free Press Metro Editor
U.S. Rep. Paul E. Gillmor spent his final days doing what he loved most about his job as a public servant
BY KATHERINE YUNG, ALEJANDRO BODIPO-MEMBA and JUSTIN HYDE
FREE PRESS BUSINESS WRITERS
Until late Sunday morning, it was the best-kept secret in Lansing as lawmakers desperately sought to reach a deal to solve the state's budget crisis and avoid a costly and embarrassing government shutdown.
Read the story here: http://freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071002/BUSINESS06/710020318
Was not at the chamber debate. Is not scheduled to be at the Free Press debate? Is Jack running?
""If he would've shown up, I think his chances would have improved," said Ron Rothenbuhler, chairman of the Lucas County Democratic Party."
Stephen Goldsmith is the Chairman Emeritus of the Manhattan Institute's Center for Civic Innovation. While serving two terms as Mayor of Indianapolis, Steve earned a national reputation for innovations in government.
In yet another sign that there's a new sheriff running Toledo City Council, President Michael Ashford has appointed an A-team-dominated group to B-team Mayor Carty Finkbeiner's budget task force.
Toledo, Ohio. Chris Myers, candidate for Toledo Public Schools Board of Education, is pleased to announce that he accepts the Toledo Board of REALTORS
WASHINGTON - Several Jewish organizations criticized John McCain on Monday after the Republican candidate said he would prefer a Christian president over someone of a different faith.
In an interview with Beliefnet, a multi-denominational Web site that covers religion and spirituality, the White House hopeful was asked if a Muslim candidate could be a good president.
Some of the nation's most politically influential conservative Christians, alarmed by the prospect of a Republican presidential nominee who supports abortion rights, are considering backing a third-party candidate.