If you have been to Troy lately surely you have noticed what is missing. The demolition of the former Hobart Building along West Main Street has been completed. It seemed like it was just a couple of weeks ago that the fence was taken down, the heavy...
April 28, The Whittier Daily News, Calif.: LAPD's new body camera rules are bad policy
April 28, Times and Democrat, Orangeburg, South Carolina, on equal pay for women:
One of the best study habits you can have is not too much. Yes, I know it sounds like a teenager's dream, but it isn't quite so simple. It is all based on neuroscience, after all.
The Oregonian, April 26, on electric-car subsidy legislation
The (Toledo) Blade, April 20
As confessions go this is a pretty mild one, but here it is; I like to cook.
Something special happens for educators at this time of year, and it's not just the fact that four months of cold, dreary weather are replaced by warm, dreary weather. Spring is a time when schools begin holding ceremonies recognizing students...
The New York Times on the sentencing of former Blackrock security contractors for killings in Iraq, April 14
Akron Beacon Journal, April 11
April 7, The Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle on Rolling Stone magazine:
As the Statler Brothers once sang, “The movies are great medicine. We thank you Thomas Edison for giving us the best years of our lives.” Obviously, the song is all about memories. Speaking of which, I cannot remember the last time I went...
April 2, American Press, Lake Charles, Louisiana, on FEMA:It's that time of year when we start watching the weather a little closer.
April 6, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, on D.C. being a political pinata:The District of Columbia has long been a political piñata for ideological members of Congress who aspire to loftier office.
The (Toledo) Blade, April 2
The Lima News, April 5