The possibility of expanded passenger rail service in Ohio has some residents brainstorming how it might impact their lives. We think the proposal — as well as other provisions to address the nation’s crumbling and dangerous infrastructure — are much-needed steps forward.
The debate about how much money government should spend, and for what projects, has already been a hot topic at Republican Party presidential candidate debates. And that debate is likely to get only more intense as the calendar flips further into this presidential election year.
The West Life editorial board is split on the merits of SB5, which governs collective bargaining, and therefore the desired outcome of the Nov. 8 election regarding Issue 2. Is it a useful, if imperfect, tool for cities to manage public unions, or is it an over-the-top swipe at a merely symb…
Many Westshore residents awoke Feb. 28 to the most unpleasant sight of flooded basements. In the days and weeks that followed, some residents went to city council meetings or special public meetings scheduled to address the issue.
County executive-elect Ed Fitzgerald has his work cut out for him, managing the changeover in Cuyahoga County government. We know, because we receive every press release about every move he makes. We like that.