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Low gas prices mean good things

October 31, 2014 Motorists have been finding a treat, rather than the recent tricks, at the pumps during this Halloween wee. more »»

 
 
 
Much work remains to improve China relations

October 31, 2014 Moundsville, W.Va., native John Berisford is back home in the United States, finally. His situation makes it clear this country has much to do to improve our diplomatic relationship with China. more »»

Ohio tax plan should be model

October 30, 2014 Business tax incentives sometimes prove to be wholly ineffective in creating new jobs. But a plan crafted by Ohio Go. more »»

‘Lone Wolf’ terrorists present new challenge

October 30, 2014 In a speech about a month ago, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned of the growing threat of “lone wolf” terrorists. more »»

Demo project needs quick completion

October 29, 2014 Residents and businesses on Warren’s west side have long been living and working in the shadow of the rundown Austin Village Plaza. more »»

Concussion legislation just the beginning

October 28, 2014 A relatively new state law intended to help protect Ohio’s young athletes from the long-term dangers of serious brain injuries was much needed legislation, but it is only as effective as the level o... more »»

Cuban doctors can help in Ebola fight

October 27, 2014 Cuba is an impoverished island that remains largely cut off from the world and lies about 4,500 miles from the West African nations where Ebola is spreading at an alarming rate. more »»

Ebola response is politicized

October 26, 2014 Ron Klain, the political hack President Barack Obama has put in charge of coordinating the national response to Ebola, has no experience in public health or dealing with large-scale disasters. more »»

Attack on clergy in Houston

October 26, 2014 Harassment of members of the clergy for what they preached was one of the abuses Americans outlawed when we established the United States. It’s bac. more »»

Orchids and Onions

October 25, 2014 ORCHID: To the Cafaro Co. and its officials for moving the company’s headquarters from its place now in Youngstown to the Eastwood Mall in Niles and to adding another new hotel adjacent to the mall. more »»

Cafaro move is good for Niles, county

October 24, 2014 Rumors have been bantered about for years, but finally this week the Cafaro Company made it official. Like their grandparents and parents, company co-presidents Anthony Cafaro Jr. and William A. more »»

Cafaro move is good for Niles, county

October 24, 2014 Rumors have been bantered about for years, but finally this week the Cafaro Company made it official. Like their grandparents and parents, company co-presidents Anthony Cafaro Jr. and William A. more »»

CDC’s Ebola failure unacceptable

October 23, 2014 Ohio officials seem to have reacted to a public health threat, Ebola, out of an abundance of caution. That ought to be reassuring to state residents. more »»

Trimming bureaucracy deserves prize

October 22, 2014 For most of us, the work Nobel Prize winners do in fields such as science and economics is impenetrable. more »»

Mental treatment, not gun control, can stop violence

October 22, 2014 Thoughtful Americans understand new controls on gun ownership are not the way to curtail mass violence such as that occurring all too frequently in the United States. more »»

Legislation is needed for drug treatment

October 21, 2014 During visits to parts of Ohio recently, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, discussed an epidemic that makes Ebola look tame in comparison. more »»

Senior advocates push to save coal

October 21, 2014 Older Americans, especially those living on fixed incomes, will be hurt badly if the Environmental Protection Agency is allowed to continue its campaign to shut down coal-fired power plants. more »»

State should improve Medicaid

October 20, 2014 About 2.3 million Ohioans — roughly one-fifth of the state’s population — rely on Medicaid for health care. more »»

Rucker deserves tribute event

October 20, 2014 This week longtime Warren Councilwoman-at-large Helen Rucker will be honored as the first black woman on Warren Council. We applaud the decision and her service. more »»

Kasich should keep the reins

October 19, 2014 John Kasich’s term as Ohio’s governor started out with the vim and vigor expected from one who had a sincere heart to rejuvenate a state languishing as a result of prior leadership steeped in... more »»

Orchids & Onions

October 18, 2014 ORCHID: To the Warren . more »»

 
 
 

 

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