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Johnson earns another term

October 23, 2014 On national issues and those of direct concern to Eastern Ohio communities, U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Marietta, has been a leader. more »»

 
 
 
Charter has salary cap

October 22, 2014 There is, indeed, a salary cap for members of Steubenville City Council and the mayor retained in place in the proposed amendments for the Steubenville City Charte. more »»

McKinley an easy choice for voters

October 22, 2014 Voters in the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia, the area that makes up the state’s 1st Congressional District, have had reason to be grateful for their good judgment in sending David McKinley to... more »»

Cera should be returned to post

October 21, 2014 The race for Ohio’s 96th state House of Representatives in the Nov. 4 election is one of youth in the form of Republican Ron Ferguson and experience in the form of incumbent Democrat Jack Cera. more »»

SVRTA levy vital for area residents

October 20, 2014 The Steel Valley Regional Transit Authority became a more viable service with the addition of Wintersville. Now, SVRTA is asking for renewal of a . more »»

Proposed charter changes merit study

October 19, 2014 Voters will face a somewhat confusing array of amendments to the Steubenville City Charter when they go to the polls in November. Don’t be overwhelmed. Be informed. more »»

Toronto renewal levy deserves ‘yes’

October 18, 2014 Voters in the Toronto City School District are being asked to consider a five-year, 5-mill renewal levy for operations when they head to the polls on Nov. 4. more »»

Edison voters should say ‘yes’ to renewal

October 17, 2014 Simply put, passage of the 2-mill levy renewal for the Edison Local School District on the Nov. 4 ballot would mean keeping the district financially solvent for years to come. more »»

Expo offers a fun afternoon

October 16, 2014 An afternoon dedicated to the ladies of the Ohio Valley is planned for Sunday at the third-annual What a Woman Wants ... Head to Toe Expo, organized by our newspaper. more »»

Kasich deserves another term

October 15, 2014 When John Kasich took the reins as governor of Ohio in January 2011, the state was a mess. more »»

Flagpoles great addition to fort

October 14, 2014 Some additions at Historic Fort Steuben bring to fruition a dream of one area leader. The Historic Fort Steuben is home to eight recently installed flagpoles around the Veterans Memorial Fountain. more »»

Spirit of adventure celebrated today

October 13, 2014 Since the beginning of time, humans have demonstrated the desire to explore, the drive to gain knowledge. Those traits are important to remember as we mark Columbus Day 2014. more »»

Caution needed in deer season

October 12, 2014 The good news about deer-vehicle crashes in Jefferson County is that the number decreased by 30 percent from 2011 through 2013. more »»

Lighthouse Haven fills important need

October 11, 2014 Social service workers know the only way to bring stability to a homeless person who has mental health issues or a substance abuse problem is to find them safe, stable housing. more »»

Christmas comes early in Follansbee

October 10, 2014 Christmas is coming to our area a little early this weekend with the return of Follansbee’s Christmas in the Park. The annual weekend festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a. more »»

Home rule means much work to do

October 9, 2014 The city of Weirton is among 16 municipalities accepted this week into West Virginia’s Home Rule program. more »»

Simple tips can prevent fires

October 8, 2014 The best way to survive a house fire is to have a working smoke alarm. Fire departments across the country this week are recognizing Fire Prevention Wee. more »»

We owe veterans, families great deal

October 7, 2014 Brian Keaton made history Saturday in throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a professional baseball game. more »»

Social media group raising awareness

October 6, 2014 The Internet has provided the world with many opportunities to learn and communicate, and with the rise of social media we are able to let friends, family and strangers look into our lives with ever... more »»

Community Stars will shine Monday

October 5, 2014 They are willing to help people who are facing life-changing situations. more »»

County’s bond rating continues to improve

October 4, 2014 In a time when many local governments are struggling to make ends meet, it is refreshing to see Jefferson County’s government recognized by a leading financial analyst as improving. more »»

 
 

Museum of Ceramics "Kids Fall Funfest" October 25, 2014

East Liverpool Museum of Ceramics holds its 7th annual Funfest for kindergarten to 7th grade. Clay crafts, scavenger hunt, face-painting, potter's wheel, unusual wooden toys, claymation movies, and more. $1 per person, call 330-386-6001 to reserve space. Sat. Oct 25 from 10am to noon. 400 . more »

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