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Wine and Dine helps chamber programs

September 21, 2015 This Saturday will see the return of one of Weirton’s biggest social events of the year with the annual Wine and Dine at Williams, hosted by the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Business... more »»

Debate offered chance to learn

September 20, 2015 With a stage as big as a Boeing 707 that served as Air Force One, the Republican candidates for president traded barbs and established their place in the political stratosphere during their second... more »»

More questions asked about Ohio’s Issue 3

September 19, 2015 Ohioans should not, in effect, ignore the stench from Issue 3 on the November ballot, as a national advocate for legalization of marijuana advocates. more »»

U.S., Russia meeting could be good thing

September 18, 2015 Secretary of State John Kerry has said he is considering acceptance of an offer for U.S. and Russian military leaders to discuss Moscow’s new assistance program for Syria. more »»

Constitution still bedrock of U.S.

September 17, 2015 Today we honor our Constitution, the foundation of our society. Signed on Sep. more »»

Spotlight turns to addiction, recovery

September 16, 2015 Heroin has touched so many lives in Jefferson County. Parents have lost a son or daughter to the addiction. Too many have died because of an overdose. more »»

Help to keep area homecomings safe

September 15, 2015 Homecoming celebrations for area high schools have begu. more »»

Health fair will help veterans

September 14, 2015 Area veterans can get some help they may need on Saturday at the 22nd-annual veterans health and information fai. more »»

Cracker plant in wait-and-see mode

September 13, 2015 An announcement of a $100 million study by a Thai company that is considering building an ethane cracker in Belmont County is a positive development for the region and its developing gas economy, bu... more »»

Be prepared for higher utility bills

September 12, 2015 If President Barack Obama gets his way, many Ohioans will be paying higher electric bills. State legislators are being urged to jack up the tab even more. more »»


September 11, 2015 Those who were in grade school on Sept. 11, 2001, are now getting married and having their own families. Those who were born in 2001 are entering high school. more »»

Know the signs around suicide

September 10, 2015 Contrary to the words to the theme from “M*A*S*H,” suicide is not painless. more »»

Prostate cancer at center stage

September 9, 2015 Prostate cancer are ugly words to American men. That’s because the disease is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in men, and it’s the leading cause of cancer deaths in men, behind lung cance. more »»

Monopoly best term to use with issue

September 8, 2015 Regardless of how much lipstick you put on a pig, it’s still a pig. more »»

Labor Day built on a solid foundation

September 7, 2015 The face of Labor Day remains one of hard work, calloused hands, blue-collar ethics, truck drivers, millworkers, autoworkers, miners and factory workers. more »»

There’s plenty to do at area fairs

September 6, 2015 The end of summer and the beginning of fall in our area are marked by a series of county fairs, focusing on many of the things that make our communities great. more »»

Mingo faces tough choices on sewers

September 5, 2015 There was a time when Mingo Junction didn’t have to worry about money. The steel mill was operating and the village was flush with income tax revenu. more »»

Blaner stood for dignity, respect

September 4, 2015 Cities are lucky if they have a mayor with heart who represents not only the community but its character. Andrew Blaner was such a man for the city of Toronto. more »»

NSA can stop you if you have objections

September 3, 2015 It appears the very agency accused of spying unconstitutionally on Americans now has the authority to stop anyone who objects. Two recent court rulings make that clear. In 2013, a U.. more »»

Issue 3 would create monopoly

September 2, 2015 “Buddie” the marijuana legalization mascot has begun hitting the road in Ohio, urging voters — especially college students — to vote for state Issue 3 on the November election ballot. more »»

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