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Many helped at health board

July 4, 2012 Someone once said that those who do not remember history are condemned to repeat it. How true this is. more »»

Support your drug task forces

May 13, 2012 Drug legalization theorists believe that eliminating drug prohibition would reduce the damage that comes from drug abuse. They refer to this as ‘‘harm reduction’’ in many of their writing. more »»

Yes, Virginia, costs are rising

May 9, 2012 First as a candidate and then as president, Barack Obama repeatedly promised his administration would ‘‘have a health care plan that would save the average family $2,500 on their premiums,’’ with hi... more »»

Resilience to the rescue

May 7, 2012 Feeling stressed? We all experience it. A modest amount of stress — usually cyclical and offset by periods of relative calm and security — can be normal. more »»

Make Warren Wildflower City

May 3, 2012 As you travel Atlantic Street this spring, please watch for the green ‘‘Gregg’s Gardens’’ signs (greggsgardens.org). They will be the first evidence of a transformation in progress. more »»

Once upon a time in Mexico

April 19, 2012 Last weekend, my 14-year-old daughter, Michaela, and I were en route to Easter Sunday Mass in Acapulco. more »»

Tort reform worked in Ohio

April 17, 2012 The current medical liability climate in our state, and specifically in the Mahoning Valley, has been discussed in several published reports recently, including numerous opinion pieces, in various... more »»

Justice is served to Obama

April 15, 2012 Eric Holder is a busy man. more »»

Supreme Court to decide soon

April 11, 2012 The die has been cast. By now, the Supreme Court has voted on all aspects of Florida v. The Department of Health and Human Services, the majority and dissenting opinions all assigned. more »»

Warren wants a better city

April 9, 2012 On Friday, a group of 20 Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership volunteers and city employees spent the day clearing more than 1,000 automobile tires from an abandoned house on Burton Street. more »»

Greed feeds off of taxpayers

April 2, 2012 At the United Nations international climate negotiations in Durban, South Africa, I rose up at the back of the room. Fingers trembling, I interrupted Todd Stern, the U.S. more »»

Malpractice system not broken

April 1, 2012 Over the last several weeks, some physicians in Trumbull County have initiated a vigorous campaign against what they called ‘‘morally and ethically reprehensible’’ actions by attorneys against local... more »»

See value of Port Authority

March 27, 2012 The people and politicians of our Valley should be aware of the value of our Western Reserve Port Authority and our Youngstown Warren Regional Airport, known to aviators as YNG. more »»

Windmills, birds do not mix

March 22, 2012 When the young boy in the Hans Christian Andersen fable cried out ‘‘The Emperor has no clothes!’’ the people of the kingdom realized that the ruse was over. more »»

The emperor has no clothes

March 21, 2012 When the young boy in the Hans Christian Andersen fable cried out "The Emperor has no clothes!" the people of the kingdom realized that the ruse was over. more »»

Religion no excuse to discriminate

March 21, 2012 Late last year in New York City, a private Hasidic-run company was operating a public bus line between two Orthodox Jewish neighborhood. more »»

$1.50 rate hike not necessary

March 13, 2012 On Wednesday, Warren City Council will be voting on a sanitation rate increase for the residents. In 2011, the Warren Environmental Services Department collected almost 24,000 tons of garbage. more »»

Malpractice premiums a problem

February 27, 2012 A group of Mahoning Valley physicians recently led a discussion with news media regarding the status of insurance premiums in Trumbull County. more »»

China, Japan and the U.S. dollar

January 15, 2012 Three related events were reported two weeks ago. At first they may seem unrelated. First, the U.. more »»

A busy year ahead for agriculture

January 12, 2012 As I write this column on the first business day of 2012 during the cold days of winter, I think back to my participation at the 161st Trumbull County Fair during some of the hottest days of 2011 an... more »»

 
 
 

 

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