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Judge Swift leaves legacy of dedication

January 14, 2015 In a matter of weeks, the more than 35-year service of Probate Court Judge Thomas A. Swift will come to an end. more »»

Buckeyes teach important lesson

January 14, 2015 It was an unlikely victory. Actually, the last three games played by the Ohio State Buckeyes, and offensive lineman Austintown’s Billy Price, were unexpected pleasant surprise. more »»

Anonymity vital in school safety tip line

January 13, 2015 Some local schools have jumped quickly at the chance to offer their students an easy, anonymous way to communicate school safety issue. more »»

School diversity should include the faculty

January 13, 2015 Ohioans acting in their children’s best interests seem to have made more progress diversifying school populations than occurred under federal laws intended to integrate schools. more »»

‘Get out of jail free’ cards won’t work

January 12, 2015 Ohio state prisons housed 50,641 inmates at the end of 2014 — 31 percent more than they were designed to accommodat. more »»

Curator earned retirement

January 12, 2015 Sally Thomas, curator of Warren’s Sutliff Museum, recently retired from the post she held for nearly nine years. Thomas also is a retired Niles City Schools librarian. more »»

Water battle childish, ineffective

January 11, 2015 “We can no longer afford to subsidize Liberty’s fire department,” Girard Mayor James Melfi said last week. more »»

Orchids and Onions

January 10, 2015 • ORCHID: To the state of Ohio for rolling out a new online registry that will let military veterans know which employers are looking to hire veterans. The registry, which went online Dec. more »»

Free press will not die in Paris attack

January 9, 2015 We Americans are a cynical, irreverent people. Except for a few of us who have succumbed to political correctness, we tolerate — even encourage — severe verbal attacks on our political leaders. more »»

Bureau of Prisons owes explanation

January 8, 2015 For years the private prison operated by Corrections Corporation of America on Youngstown’s north side has relied on public contracts to fund the housing of federal inmates. When word came Dec. more »»

E-cigarettes not a good alternative for teens

January 7, 2015 Young people have made tremendous progress when it comes to the fight against cigarette smoking. In fact, a recent anti-smoking campaign touts, “We can be the generation that ends smoking .. more »»

Eyesores should make way for new growth

January 6, 2015 In recent days, neighbors of longtime eyesores in Liberty and Warren have had cause to celebrate. more »»

Obama’s record belies plans

January 5, 2015 Many Americans object to President Barack Obama’s immigration policy by pointing out it will encourage more people to cross our borders illegally. more »»

Support warranted for new power plant site

January 4, 2015 It was June when Lordstown Mayor Arno Hill expressed his insistence at finding a workable location for Clean Energy Future’s proposed $800 million natural gas-fired power plant. more »»

Orchids and Onions

January 3, 2015 ORCHID: To Badger cheerleader Kaylee Webber, who was scheduled to be among 700 cheerleaders from across the nation to be featured in the New Year’s Day parade in London. more »»

Missile system questions need to be answered

January 2, 2015 Nuclear weapons proliferation may mean that, if anything, the United States needs a strong, flexible deterrent force. more »»

Don’t forget needy in the new year

January 2, 2015 Christmas 2014 is now a happy memory for most of us. Now as the new year begins, we will get back into our “normal” frames of mind. more »»

Let’s make the new year a good one

January 1, 2015 What a year of ups and downs 2014 has been for local news! It was the year that Trumbull and Mahoning counties hosted the groundbreaking for Matalco’s $125 million, 200,000 square-foot aluminum... more »»

Camera law step in right direction

December 31, 2014 On the heels of a Supreme Court decision that may have paved the way for free-standing use of traffic cameras in the state of Ohio, the state legislature and Gov. more »»

Not everything is right the first time

December 30, 2014 Given the news media’s focus on controversy in both state and federal governments, some in the public sector may overlook the fact that most legislation is bipartisan in natur. more »»

 
 
 

 

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