North Baltimore to hire new village administrator

The manager of a Michigan village is likely to become the next village administrator of North Baltimore. During a special meeting scheduled at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, North Baltimore Council will consider legislation to hire Donna Dettling of Dexter, Mich., at a starting salary of...

Oxley Government Center dedicated at museum

Hancock Historical Museum dedicated its Michael G. Oxley Government Center on Monday during a private ceremony attended by the former U.S. representative and Findlay native, and other dignitaries. Oxley, 70, was joined by U.S. House Speaker John Boehner and U.S. Rep. Bob Latta in...
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Cohen: On Wall Street, the Corleone family fits right in

By Richard Cohen July 7 at 8:32 PM FADE IN: Michael Corleone’s den. He is at his desk. Facing him are members of his organization. Michael rises and dims the lights. He starts a PowerPoint display showing the various Mafia families. The chieftains and button men are puzzled...
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Cohen: On Wall Street, the Corleone family fits right in

By Richard Cohen July 7 at 8:32 PM FADE IN: Michael Corleone’s den. He is at his desk. Facing him are members of his organization. Michael rises and dims the lights. He starts a PowerPoint display showing the various Mafia families. The chieftains and button men are puzzled...
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Gerson: The divided states of Obama

By Michael Gerson Opinion writer July 7 at 8:33 PM The headline — “Poll: Obama worst president since World War II” — was both provocative and misleading. The Quinnipiac University survey did, indeed, place President Obama at the top of the worst since FDR. But this was largely a...
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Gerson: The divided states of Obama

By Michael Gerson Opinion writer July 7 at 8:33 PM The headline — “Poll: Obama worst president since World War II” — was both provocative and misleading. The Quinnipiac University survey did, indeed, place President Obama at the top of the worst since FDR. But this was largely a...
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Robinson: Eugene Robinson: NSA’s misguided snooping on innocent people

By Eugene Robinson Opinion writer July 7 at 8:34 PM Even those who believe the National Security Agency‘s vacuum-cleaner surveillance of electronic communications does not trample privacy rights should be troubled by this practical implication: If you try to know...
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Robinson: Eugene Robinson: NSA’s misguided snooping on innocent people

By Eugene Robinson Opinion writer July 7 at 8:34 PM Even those who believe the National Security Agency‘s vacuum-cleaner surveillance of electronic communications does not trample privacy rights should be troubled by this practical implication: If you try to know...
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Rampell: Millennials get cut off at the polls

By Catherine Rampell Opinion writer July 7 at 8:34 PM First they came for blacks, and we said nothing. Then they came for Latinos, poor people and married women, and we again ignored the warning signs. Now, after our years of apathy, they’re coming for us: the...
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Rampell: Millennials get cut off at the polls

By Catherine Rampell Opinion writer July 7 at 8:34 PM First they came for blacks, and we said nothing. Then they came for Latinos, poor people and married women, and we again ignored the warning signs. Now, after our years of apathy, they’re coming for us: the...