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More investigation needed in Hillary Clinton email saga

July 6, 2015 Federal officials are required by law to use government email accounts and servers for their official correspondence. more »»

National search, those with local ties questioned

July 5, 2015 The Western Reserve Port Authority’s decision to permanently hire its interim executive director and to consider further expansion of its payroll by growing its economic development team is... more »»

Orchids and Onions

July 4, 2015 ORCHID: To Sandra Mathews of Warren, who retired this week after 24 years of service to the community as director of Trumbull Mobile Meals. more »»

This holiday, reflect on freedoms — gained, lost

July 3, 2015 The Fourth of July traditionally is a time for revelry, cookouts, swimming parties and fireworks. more »»

Youngstown schools CEO plan worth it

July 2, 2015 The Youngstown City School District has been failing in areas of academic achievement for far too long, and the time is right for the state Legislature to adopt a plan to move the district in a new... more »»

Probe into Vet Affairs spending must come

July 2, 2015 It turns out that more than $54 million worth of prosthetic arms and legs purchased one at a time by Department of Veterans Affairs employees — charged on purchasing cards at $24,999 apiece — may be... more »»

Can police have too much training?

July 1, 2015 Ohio law enforcement leaders have three important opportunities — to save lives in the Buckeye State, serve as a model for doing the same nationwide and find new ways of molding all-important... more »»

Public trust is abused too often

July 1, 2015 Officials at the Ohio Industrial Commission have a strange way of getting the message across to employees about inappropriate behavior. more »»

Celebrate upcoming $10 bills bearing woman’s face

June 30, 2015 Who will she be? What great woman’s face will be seen regularly by virtually every American in the future — every time they reach into their wallets and purses and pull out a $10 bill? Treasury... more »»

Common sense bill needs bipartisan cooperation

June 30, 2015 Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, has proved that sometimes, common sense can prevail in Washington. In the process he has done a service for victims of severe burn. more »»

Response to records requests not good enough

June 29, 2015 The good news for Ohioans is that public officials seem to be following the state’s open records law much better than was the case several years ag. more »»

LAP program could save victims’ lives

June 29, 2015 One of the challenges police officers face when responding to domestic violence calls is gauging how much danger the victim is in. more »»

Cruze launch new chapter in best seller

June 28, 2015 So far, the Lordstown-built Chevy Cruze has been a success story for the Mahoning Valley. With Wednesday’s unveiling of the sleek new sedan, the world is ready for chapter two. more »»

911 merger should be a go

June 26, 2015 Here we are, months after it was first discussed publicly, and still there is debate about the possible merger of Warren’s dispatch center with Trumbull County’s. more »»

Steps needed to ensure safety for Ohio’s young, old

June 26, 2015 Children without family members to safeguard their interests, along with some elderly and disabled people, sometimes need court-appointed guardians. more »»

Everyone entitled to enjoy football in Brookfield

June 25, 2015 Some would call it an unfunded mandate, but the truth is, if the Brookfield football stadium is a public facility, it must be equally accessible to all the public, regardless of disabilities. more »»

Just make a decision, already

June 25, 2015 Even for the federal government, this one may be for the record books: In 1982, a Baton Rouge, La., firm, Solenex, obtained an energy lease on national forest land in Montana. more »»

Prevention is the best policy

June 24, 2015 Penny-wise and pound-foolish is an apt description of too many government policies. They save a few dollars in the short run, but at the cost of much more in the longer term. more »»

America must not let down its guard

June 24, 2015 The Russian bear has been growling for some time now, as evidenced by Moscow’s intervention in Ukraine. Now, he may be sharpening his claws. more »»

Enforcement of new child sex law critical

June 23, 2015 Half a battle in the war against human trafficking — which too often involves children forced into prostitution — was won last week when Gov. more »»



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