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Tuesday’s vote has brought changes

May 16, 2014 There will be a few new faces stepping up to the table of local government following Tuesday’s primary election in West Virginia. more »»

U.S. doing right thing about girls

May 15, 2014 The kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria is deplorable. more »»

Clock is ticking on budget issue

May 14, 2014 Budget deficits in this day and age happen to governments from big-spending Washington to cash-strapped struggling industrial communities. We get tha. more »»

Community garden good for downtown

May 13, 2014 Our community is growing in more ways than one, thanks to some dedicated volunteers. The visions of the Rev. more »»

Teens, alcohol just don’t mix

May 12, 2014 College and high school seniors in the next couple weeks will be preparing to enter another part of their life. more »»

Today’s a day to show respect, love

May 11, 2014 The bond between mother and child fulfills the most basic need of human nature: To be loved, believed and nurtured. more »»

Still time to consider options in Weirton

May 10, 2014 The Weirton Chamber of Commerce is understandably upset by the concept of a Business and Occupation Tax that would lay much of the closing of a projected $1. more »»

Jefferson County voters have say

May 9, 2014 Jefferson County had a quiet election season for the 2014 primaries with only a couple of contested countywide races and some levies. But there were changes made. more »»

Ceremony a chance to remember officers

May 8, 2014 The men and women who are involved in law enforcement just might have the most thankless jobs in America. more »»

Court gets it right with prayer ruling

May 7, 2014 Can it be that common sense has dawned upon the Supreme Court? We’re led to this belief because of a ruling handed down Monday saying that prayers before the city council meeting in Greece, N.Y. more »»

Rice takes high road while bowing out

May 6, 2014 Give credit to former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice for choosing to step aside from delivering the graduation address at Rutgers University on May 18. more »»

Exercise your right to vote on Tuesday

May 5, 2014 It is disheartening that the Jefferson County Board of Elections is predicting that less than one in three registered voters will cast ballots in Tuesday’s primary election. more »»

Hall recognizes Weirton’s past

May 4, 2014 Seven current and former Weirton residents will become members of the Weirton Hall of Fame today. more »»

Attention needed in construction areas

May 3, 2014 Orange barrels are starting to pop up around the area as the summer road construction season begins. The barrels recently appeared on U.S. more »»

Special Olympics about competition

May 2, 2014 There will be no losers Saturday at Harding Stadium. A sea of friendly faces will converge on the stadium slightly before 9 a.m. more »»

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 »»

 
 
 

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