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Education grabs focus this week

January 26, 2014 This week, the focus will be on education as it’s Catholic Schools Week and National School Choice Week, which seeks to call attention to not only private schools, charter schools, magnet schools an... more »»

Donors needed at area blood drives

January 25, 2014 This winter’s backlash has left many Tri-State Area residents coOped up and off the roads. more »»

Mingo efforts model for others

January 23, 2014 Mingo Junction’s village coffers may be a little poor these days, but the village is rich in its volunteerism. more »»

Cooperation key to safe Olympics

January 22, 2014 This summer marks 42 years since the Israeli Olympic team was taken hostage and murdered in the Munich summer games in 1972. more »»

Make time this year to be tested, please

January 21, 2014 It’s a fresh start of a new year — a time of evaluating our lives and health. And with that we ask that Tri-State Area women make a commitment to help stave off illnesses, especially cancer. more »»

King remembered today

January 20, 2014 Today, Americans of all races and religions mark the observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. more »»

You can take steps to protect credit

January 19, 2014 The number of people facing potential problems because of security breaches with personal information seems to grow every day. more »»

Knee-jerk responses should be avoided

January 18, 2014 On the surface, the leak of a chemical that led to the disruption and potential contamination of the water supply for nine counties of West Virginia would seem to be the perfect target for some new... more »»

Area to remember King this weekend

January 17, 2014 The spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. will be felt this weekend as a committed group of area residents is gearing up to commemorate the great man’s life and legacy. more »»

Schools across W.Va. need residents’ input

January 16, 2014 As part of new state regulations, local boards of education now are required to accept public comments whenever a school calendar is being develope. more »»

Area United Ways need your help

January 15, 2014 Time is winding down on this year’s campaigns of the United Ways that serve our region. That’s why events like Thursday’s United Way of Jefferson County web-a-thon are important. more »»

Baseball right about Rodriguez suspension

January 14, 2014 Major League Baseball has taken its lumps for doling out a season-plus-49-game suspension against star Alex Rodriguez in the latest doping scandal. more »»

Ohio’s well reports topics of interest

January 13, 2014 Monster. Bigfoot. Blue Thunder. more »»

Deep freeze can’t slow area down

January 12, 2014 The deep freeze that beset the region a week ago Monday pointed out a few things. One is that the people of the Steubenville-Weirton area are a hearty bunch, and a big-hearted bunch. more »»

Water loss, waste now looms large

January 11, 2014 While Steubenville city government has proven a water system need that residents accept — namely, that its infrastructure is old and after decades of non-investment, the water system is falling apar... more »»

Patience order of the day in W.Va.

January 10, 2014 Critics have called Gov. more »»

Bypass would help New Cumberland

January 9, 2014 While most communities try to find ways to bring more traffic through their business district, New Cumberland is discussing the possibility of diverting at least some of what it is experiencing. more »»

Sandusky pension questions raised

January 8, 2014 Common sense and a desire for justice for victims would dictate that disgraced former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky should never receive his $4,900 a month pension. more »»

Precautions needed during cold weather

January 7, 2014 The arctic cold that has invaded the area has left many shivering and has had police, fire and emergency medical workers keeping their fingers crossed. more »»

Our futures hold many deep secrets

January 6, 2014 In the mid-1950s, Americans held unbounded faith and optimism about the future and scientific advances. more »»

 
 

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