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Officers step up to offer help

October 24, 2013 Too often, it’s easy for society to think of police officers in negative terms. Veteran officers will often say it’s because when a police officer shows up, something bad has happene. more »»

Keep emergency contacts handy

October 23, 2013 An accident or tragedy can happen in the blink of an eye, and when it does, we might not always be able to get in touch with our loved one. more »»

Obamacare glitches aren’t real problem

October 22, 2013 The Obama administration, led by the president himself, still doesn’t get what the real issue that working Americans who already have health insurance fear about the Affordable Health Care Act:... more »»

Be alert for deer along area roads

October 21, 2013 Eastern and Central Ohio are known for good deer hunting. That’s bad news for drivers. Deer crashes peak in October, November and December, so the time has arrived to be extra cautious. more »»

Mucci best choice in mayor’s race

October 20, 2013 Steubenville has its share of issues and challenges but one of them is not having an experienced mayor. more »»

Women’s expo looks to be an exciting day

October 19, 2013 Sunday afternoon will be all about the ladies at the second-annual What a Woman Wants...Head to Toe Expo, organized by our newspapers. The event, set to be held from noon to 3 p.m. at St. more »»

We’re looking for a surprise in January

October 18, 2013 Those surveys that show people approve of their own Congressman but disapprove of Congress in general have come home to roost. more »»

Art exhibit offers a chance to grow

October 17, 2013 Good teachers have the ability not only to help us learn, but to inspire us to reach for our dreams and go farther than we ever thought possibl. more »»

Health initiative positive addition

October 16, 2013 Sometimes all it takes to become motivated is encouragement from another person. more »»

Sheridan set to move university forward

October 15, 2013 While he has been at the school for months, the inauguration of the Rev. Sean O. more »»

Spirit of Columbus remains alive today

October 14, 2013 While the United States is threatened with a loss of standing because it cannot get its political house in order long enough to get spending put in check, it’s time today to mark Columbus Day. more »»

Time for wake-up call in Washington

October 13, 2013 A few thoughts on the shutdown of the federal government and how to end it: First off, we agree that something has to be done beyond extending the debt limit every six months or once a year to avert... more »»

Lessons to be learned from football incident

October 12, 2013 One week ago, many Hancock County residents awoke hearing of a fight at the end of the Weir High-Oak Glen High football game, which reportedly involved a small group of coaches and players. more »»

Follansbee ready to celebrate early

October 11, 2013 ALights and the sounds of Christmas will be greeting many visiting Follansbee Municipal Park this weekend as the annual Christmas in the Park event returns. more »»

Pirates brought fun to our area

October 10, 2013 When Adam Wainwright delivered a strike at 10:48 p.m. Wednesday to Pedro Alvarez, 2013 for the Pittsburgh Pirates came to an end. But what a year it has been. more »»

Grand jury result leaves questions

October 9, 2013 Steubenville finally got a result from a special grand jury led by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, and the result raises more questions. more »»

New phase of war on terror interesting

October 8, 2013 The raid in Somalia and the capture of a terror leader suspected for his involvement in the Kenyan mall attack show a renewal of resolve by the United States in the war on terror, as well as a new... more »»

Extra care needed when in the kitchen

October 7, 2013 One of the best ways to prevent a fire in your home is to practice safety in the kitchen. This week is national Fire Prevention Week, with the theme of preventing kitchen fires. more »»

United Ways help area residents

October 6, 2013 The United Ways that serve our region have started their campaigns, and they are depending on area residents to continue their missions of helping others. more »»

Reading numbers reason for concern

October 5, 2013 A disturbing study was released this week by the West Virginia KIDS COUNT about the proficiency of pupils at the end of the third grade. more »»

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