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Playoff time has special intensity

November 6, 2014 Fans of high school football know that this weekend’s games will carry a little more intensity. more »»

Remember those who are not as fortunate

November 5, 2014 Thoughts of gathering with family and friends for a feast of turkey, stuffing and all the fixings have entered our minds, as soon we’ll be sitting down for Thanksgiving — one of our country’s... more »»

Steps needed to help homeless students

November 4, 2014 Teachers in many public schools are accustomed to dealing with children from low-income families — sometimes youngsters in great nee. more »»

Make your vote count Tuesday

November 3, 2014 Voters will head to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots for state and federal representatives and decide the fate of important levies and issues. more »»

Quarantine qualms dilute brave actions

November 2, 2014 Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is taking flak for taking a stand. We commend him because, in the lack of action from Washington, the governor of New Jersey is taking steps to protect his people. more »»

Make sure you check your smoke detectors

November 1, 2014 As you make your way around the house today changing clocks back one hour, remember to check the most important items in the house — smoke detector. more »»

Brooke animal shelter deserves a ‘yes’ vote

October 31, 2014 Brooke County residents are being asked to vote on a new five-year levy to support the operations of the Brooke County Animal Shelter when they head to the polls on Tuesday. more »»

BHJ honorees help our area

October 30, 2014 The Brooke-Hancock-Jefferson Metropolitan Planning Commission functions as the lead planning agency for the tri-county region because of citizens, some elected, some simply doing a civic duty. more »»

Put safety first this Halloween

October 29, 2014 The annual trek of area ghosts and goblins, pirates and princesses, will begin Wednesday evening and continue for the next few days across our region. more »»

Ohio’s tax incentive program is working

October 28, 2014 Business tax incentives sometimes prove to be wholly ineffective in creating new jobs. But a plan crafted by Ohio Go. more »»

Brooke voters should say ‘yes’ to bond issue

October 27, 2014 When Brooke County voters cast their ballots in the Nov. more »»

Bradlee was icon of when craft ruled

October 26, 2014 The death of Ben Bradlee may not mean much to the millions of self-styled Internet journalists who think knowing one little factoid is enough to crow about. more »»

Hancock library levy earns support

October 25, 2014 Despite changes in interests and technology, our local libraries continue to provide a number of services for our residents, and our area is fortunate to have such a strong network of libraries... more »»

Capito has earned spot in the Senate

October 24, 2014 West Virginians need a U.S. senator who will fight for them without regard to political interests. For years, U.S. Rep. Shelley Capito, R-Charleston, has been doing that for the Northern Panhandle. more »»

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 »»

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