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Cooking school a sure sign of spring

April 14, 2015 Spring is in full swing, and that means the return of our annual Taste of Home Cooking School. This year’s show, set for Wednesday, will include demonstrations by culinary specialist Amanda Wilson. more »»

Organ donation takes center stage

April 13, 2015 It’s National Donate Life Month, and this event deserves much attention. more »»

Tsarnaev must be held accountable

April 12, 2015 “The devil made me do it” was a popular line by comedian Flip Wilson in the 1970s, but it fails miserably as a defense in a terrorist’s trial. more »»

Share the road with motorcycles

April 11, 2015 The weather has finally warmed up and motorcycle owners are getting their bikes back on the road. Unfortunately, the area has already experienced its first motorcycle fatality of the season. more »»

Event a chance to learn about history

April 10, 2015 Seventy-three years ago, following the months-long Battle of Bataan during World War II, tens of thousands of American and Filipino prisoners of war were forced to march approximately 65 miles from... more »»

Mucci’s speech sets right tone

April 9, 2015 Mayor Domenick Mucci struck a balanced tone during his state of the city address Tuesday night, and it was the tone that was neede. more »»

Speech contest a learning tool

April 8, 2015 Recently, several sixth-graders in Brooke and Hancock counties honed their public speaking skills, with the best orator title on the line. We applaud the Hancock County School District, as well as St. more »»

We all can prevent abuse of children

April 7, 2015 April is national Child Abuse Prevention Month, and it is only fitting that Jefferson County residents pay extra attention to the messages delivered during the month. more »»

Opening Day still time for optimism

April 6, 2015 Opening Day. When you look at it from a clinical point of view, it’s just the first of 162 Major League Baseball contests that will be played between now and the end of Septembe. more »»

We remember spirit of hope on Easter

April 5, 2015 Some 2,000 years ago, an itinerant preacher in the Middle East was crucified for, as his executioners put it, claiming to be a king. There was no immediate worldwide news coverage of the even. more »»

Go vote and make your voice heard

April 4, 2015 Participation in an election is a privilege and responsibility of all citizens in every community across our nation. more »»

Oak Glen baseball actions troubling

April 3, 2015 There are many lessons to be learned from an incident in North Carolina earlier this week involving members of the Oak Glen High School baseball tea. more »»

Keeping area clean falls on everyone

April 2, 2015 There has been a dust-up, pun intended, about the amount of cinders covering the new sidewalks along Pennsylvania Avenue in Weirton. more »»

Changes needed at Weston facility

April 1, 2015 West Virginia lacks a mental health evaluation and treatment facility secure enough to ensure people accused of violent crimes cannot walk away. more »»

Put safety first in construction zones

March 31, 2015 Orange barrels are starting to pop up around the area as the summer road construction season begins. more »»

Programs help feed area’s young people

March 30, 2015 Another outpouring of concern and caring ways has appeared in the Ohio Valley, and we’re very impressed and thankful. more »»

Agriculture would benefit from deal

March 29, 2015 Trade Promotion Authority, better known as “fast-track” for trade agreements, has been a part of the American landscape since Franklin Delano Roosevelt. more »»

Science program looks to the future

March 28, 2015 In recent years, more emphasis has been put on the sciences and mathematics in our schools as our technology becomes more advanced and the fields begin to have more importance in our daily lives. more »»

Toronto will miss Mayor John Geddis

March 27, 2015 Toronto lost one of its leading citizens and a strong advocate for the city when Mayor John Geddis died on March 12 at the age of 67. more »»

Weirton chamber helps businesses

March 26, 2015 Officials with the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce acknowledge they would be nowhere without the support of the organization’s membership. more »»

 
 
 

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