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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 »»

Choice, attitude make a difference

October 4, 2013 The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce honored several of its own and heard a speaker who simply is a rare man in modern sports. more »»

Apples taking center stage

October 3, 2013 Tis the season of shorter days, cooler nights and all things fall, including a sign of the season — apples. more »»

Just tip of iceberg about Obamacare

October 2, 2013 While the attention was on the split of House vs. Senate vs. President Barack Obama on Tuesday, a far more momentous occasion than a government shutdown occurred. more »»

Fight against cancer continues in our area

October 1, 2013 Today begins October, a busy month of activities raising awareness of breast cancer prevention. more »»

Pirates offer reason to cheer

September 30, 2013 When the Major League Baseball season began in the high hopes of spring, most Pirates fans honestly just hoped for a season somewhere around 81-81, without the late-season collapse of the past coupl... more »»

Come and see our Stars shine

September 29, 2013 You know them as our area’s unsung heroes. They are our friends and neighbors, the people who are always willing to lend a hand and step up when there’s work to be done. more »»

Mock drills serve vital purposes

September 28, 2013 Fire departments practice their skills on a regular basis, but it isn’t too often that more than a dozen fire departments come together to participate in a mass mock disaster. more »»

Walk to help battle against breast cancer

September 27, 2013 Each year, C.H.A.N.G.E. Inc. encourages the Weirton community to “paint the town pink” to raise awareness of breast cancer. more »»

Wasted efforts on gun control

September 26, 2013 Gunshots ring out. The wounded or dead are taken away. The hand-wringing and cries for gun control, along with the cries of constitutional foul ring out. And nothing change. more »»

Concerns on wipes no laughing matter

September 25, 2013 It might be easy to say Steubenville has far more pressing problems than what residents do with their used baby wipes, but the clogged sewers the wipes cause, time spent clearing them and the cost o... more »»

Time for reform in college football

September 24, 2013 Ohio State and Penn State fans must be outraged over the lack of moral outrage, public mea culpas, public investigations and hand-wringing that have followed the Sports Illustrated revelations about... more »»

Preparation can help you keep safe

September 23, 2013 When floodwaters rose after undescribably heavy rains occurred over a period of days in Colorado, communities that don’t normally experience floods were inundated. more »»

Month shines light on recovery efforts

September 22, 2013 Heroin has replaced crack cocaine as the drug of choice in the area. There are several overdoses every week. Paramedics have to administer a drug to counteract the effects of the opiate. more »»

Voyager continues incredible journey

September 21, 2013 A momentous occasion occurred for humankind without any tickertape parades, a big-money promotional tour or any celebrity controversy. Voyager 1 has left the solar syste. more »»

Fall festivals offer something for all

September 20, 2013 Fall officially gets under way Sunday, and with its arrival we usher in a “second season” of festivals here in the Ohio Valley. more »»

Time to take charge of town

September 19, 2013 “It will take the community to get angry and take back their city. more »»

Event will help Weirton Chamber

September 18, 2013 Saturday’s Wine and Dine at Williams Country Club in Weirton will offer are residents a chance to sit back and relax while helping their community. Scheduled to start at 6 p.. more »»

Today we honor the Constitution

September 17, 2013 Today we celebrate our great Constitution. Some 226 years ago a contingent of men representing the states of the newly independent United States of America gathered in Philadelphia. more »»

Grand project moving forward

September 16, 2013 The restoration efforts of the Grand Theater on South Fourth Street in Steubenville have been steady, and most of the work has been done on the inside. more »»

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