News Media Highlight
This week on the Toledo View:
Toledo Public Schools Superintendent John Foley sets the record straight about TPS, Scott High School and much more!
Pastor John Walthall talks about the state of 'the church' and how the church at-large has compromised their position within the community and abroad.
Also controversial editorials entitled:
"That's never been the strong suit of that person who chooses to remain nameless."
That’s what Ben said after Troy asked him about the PWCTRN (person who chooses to remain nameless) research.
Troy Neff Show: Oregon mayor Marge Brown and Commissioners Tina Skeldon Wozniak, Pete Gerken and Ben Konop discuss the LCIC.
Earlier this week Fifth-Third Field celebrated its sixth anniversary. Since then thousands of fans have packed the Hen House cheering on the Mudville 9.
Troy looks at what if the Mud Hens had not come downtown to roost in this edition of Rant and Rave.
Troy interviews the father of a Bedford Township teenager that was paralyzed in the 2006 accident which involved Randy Krell and Charlie Fackelman. Listen as Al Beale talks about the treatment his family is receiving from his neighborhood and the controversy surrounding the case against Randall Krell. Included in the interview is the 911 call made by Randy Krell at the accident.
Interesting Podcast, Professor highlights part of the financial mess brought on by deregulation and off book deals.
"Perplexed by the U.S. economy? You're not alone. Law professor Michael Greenberger joins Fresh Air to explain the sub-prime mortgage crisis, credit defaults, the shaky future of other types of loans and what we can expect from the U.S. financial markets.
Troy gets the newsmakers for you. Carty talks about the Blade article concerning a Middle East nation investing in Toledo. Pete and Ben battle over the LCIC and Lindsay Webb requests a greater role for minorities.
Michael Collins, Lindsay Webb, Betty Shultz and Mark Sobczak tell Troy their view on last nights 6 hour council meeting.
Troy Neff Show: Michael Collins Will Vote NO on the Budget Strictly in Protest
Michael Collins tells Troy that he will vote no on the budget strictly in protest. He explains how the negotiations went at the law and criminal justice committee hearing in addition to mythical contracts that no one remembers negotiating.
Betty Shultz is upset about not knowing the uncashed-check fund existed. Betty said that she preached for 14 years about council knowing where the money is and has now asked for a list. Tom Waniewski supports Betty in finding more of these funds.
What do you think they should do with the 1.1M?
The Troy Neff Show: Jury foreman Diane Ford was sickened when hearing the sentence of Charles Fackelman
The Troy Neff Show: Jury Foreman Diane Ford was sickened when hearing the sentence of Charles Fackelman
Diane doesn’t believe that Charles Fackelman should have received that much time. Listen to her interview with Troy where she explains what happened in the jury room and why she decided to vote guilty with mental illness.
Troy Neff Show: Troy interviews Bob Vasquez, Chris Myers, Darlene Fisher and Cheryl Catlin
Troy always gets the news makers first. The Toledo Board of Education selected Bob Vasquez to replace Robert Torres. Listen to Chris Myers, Darlene Fisher and Cheryl Catlin give their opinion on the decision.
If you did not hear, WSPD issued the 3/4% tax challenge.
"Today WSPD announced the temporary payroll tax challenge to the Mayor and City Council. It's really very simple. Tell the citizens of Toledo the amount of revenue the city receives, the amount of essential city services, and the difference between the two.
Carty vs Marines and 7 days later, a rundown of the latest events