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Land bank would be plus for area

May 1, 2014 Jefferson County commissioners seem likely to approve the formation of a land bank, which will have an impact on abandoned homes that are plaguing almost every community in the county. more »»

Day of Prayer a chance to reflect

April 30, 2014 For many years now, the first Thursday in May has been set aside as a day to invoke the help of a higher power for our communities, our state and our nation. more »»

Levies will help senior services

April 29, 2014 Everyone has a friend, relative or neighbor who could use the services offered by the Prime Time Office on Aging. more »»

JVS levy deserves a ‘yes’ from voters

April 28, 2014 County voters will see a Jefferson County Joint Vocational School levy on the May 6 ballot. more »»

Annual address offers look at city

April 27, 2014 When one really stops and thinks about it, Steubenville has managed to stay afloat in some very trying times. Have all the streets been smoothed over? No. Do water lines never break? No. more »»

Ruling an example of changing moods

April 26, 2014 The issue of using race as a factor in college admissions has been a factor in the national discussion of civil rights since the integration of school districts was ordered by the court in the 1950. more »»

Gala helps center continue mission

April 25, 2014 Residents from around the Tri-State Area have always stepped up to help the Jefferson County Fourth Street Health Center, and we’re certain they will do so again Sunday evening. more »»

Obama continues to duck big issues

April 24, 2014 President Barack Obama continues to exercise the powers of the imperial executive branch to delay controversy until after the mid-term elections. more »»

Zumbathon a fun way to help others

April 23, 2014 A day of some healthy exercise and terrific bargains awaits participants at this year’s United Way of Jefferson County’s annual Zumbathon and quarter auction planned May 10 at the YMCA. more »»

Earth Day a time for celebration

April 22, 2014 Today has been set for the annual observance of Earth Day, focusing on environmental quality throughout the world. In that context, Americans have much about which to be proud. more »»

Famliar face will help lead Weirton Madonna

April 21, 2014 Weirton Madonna High School will have a familiar face at the helm beginning July 1. more »»

Easter message one of hope

April 20, 2014 Some 2,000 years ago, an itinerant preacher in the Middle East was crucified for, as his executioners put it, claiming to be a king. There was no immediate worldwide news coverage of the even. more »»

Symposium teaches business principles

April 19, 2014 Early preparation and experience is good when getting into any type of business. more »»

Put safety first when you take to the road

April 18, 2014 Bikers are dusting off and tuning up their motorcycles as warmer weather finally has arrived. more »»

Parallels found to be frightening

April 17, 2014 The parallels to the late 1940s in foreign policy can be frightening. more »»

Gettysburg speech contest great tool

April 16, 2014 Helping students hone their public speaking skills has long been a tradition of teachers in area classrooms across the Ohio Valley. more »»

Tax Day 2014 offers some sobering numbers

April 15, 2014 Tax Day 2014 has arrived and you’ll have to be sending in those returns with payments or seeking an extension today. more »»

Safety comes first during prom time

April 14, 2014 Many area high-schoolers are full of excitement this time of the year. They are busy preparing and primping for their prom celebrations with the hopes of a night of friends and fun to long remember. more »»

Grand project moving forward

April 13, 2014 The group working to restore a downtown landmark received another big financial boost recently, dollars that will help the project move closer to its completion. more »»

Hancock smoking plan needs tweeks

April 12, 2014 Updates to Hancock County’s smoking regulations has been a hot topic in recent weeks, with the county’s health board considering the possibility of completely abolishing the practice in all... more »»

 
 

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