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President’s decision only raises questions

September 9, 2014 President Barack Obama is consistently making himself and his points of view more insignificant the further we go into his second term. more »»

There’s always time to protect children

September 8, 2014 So far this year, there have been 26 heatstroke deaths of children left in cars, according to a San Jose State University study that tracks such deaths. more »»

Why can’t we all just get along?

September 7, 2014 There has been much written during the past decade about stress levels and anger in America. more »»

Christian center fills program need

September 6, 2014 August saw the end of an era when it comes to the after-school programs offered in Weirton. more »»

Spirit of block party can help neighborhood

September 5, 2014 Steubenville, like many other cities, faces a drug problem that leads to a violent crime problem. more »»

Brooke fair offers plenty of activities

September 4, 2014 From carnival rides to food contests to mud bogs and professional wrestling, the Brooke County Fair promises a weekend full of activities to meet everyone’s interests. more »»

Panhandle voters should back Capito, McKinley

September 2, 2014 To many West Virginia voters, it already is clear electing US. Re. more »»

Today’s a day to reflect on labor

September 1, 2014 The Labor Day holiday is upon us and remains worthy of celebrating, especially as the labor market in the area makes a shift from the steel and coal jobs of the past to the oilfield and energy... more »»

Awareness helps in cancer fight

August 31, 2014 The most common cancer in American men can and does develop without any obvious symptoms. Prostate cancer, the “silent killer,” also is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in males. more »»

Residents step up when disasters hit

August 30, 2014 While area residents were sleeping or trying to sleep during the night of Aug. 20, the skies opened up with 3 to 4 inches of rain. more »»

Candidates facing some real concerns

August 29, 2014 At least the Ohio Democrats are sending candidates up to run for statewide office with questionable incidents readily revealed during the campaign, instead of coming to light late. more »»

Obama’s response remains troubling

August 28, 2014 There was a contrast of style in the presidency that was on clear display during the past several days. President Obama, when suspected traitor Bowe Bergdhal was released after the U.S. more »»

Return of football big part of week

August 27, 2014 If you’re a fan of high school football in the Tri-State Area, Thursday is the day you have been waiting for since December. more »»

Grant another step in area development

August 26, 2014 Economic development projects can take years to reach fruition. more »»

Get ready for season at community tailgate

August 25, 2014 This is a special week for many residents from around the Tri-State Area. more »»

Debris made area rain damage worse

August 24, 2014 If you’d like to know why it’s important to maintain properly funded and operated recycling and solid-waste programs in the region, take a look at the damage done in the South End of Steubenville... more »»

Committee works to improve Mingo

August 23, 2014 The Mingo Junction Revitalization Committee has taken it upon itself to try to improve the appearance of downtown Mingo Junction. more »»

Help us choose our Community Stars

August 22, 2014 Once again, we are making our plea. We need your nominations very soon for the Herald-Star, Weirton Daily Times Community Stars, Presented by Weirton Medical Center. more »»

Masloff’s efforts made Pittsburgh, region better

August 21, 2014 Her age and experience was such that she was an elder statesman while the mayor of Pittsburgh. She wasn’t always the most polished of speaker. more »»

Pillowcase effort a chance to share

August 20, 2014 Wanted: Fifteen area children in grades third through fifth to help kick off a local program called the Pillowcase Project. more »»

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