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U.S. Economy

May 12, 2015 ON THE surface, April's jobs report painted a bright picture. The U.S. economy saw 223,000 new jobs added. Moreover, April's job growth help to reduce the unemployment rate to 5.4 percent from 5. more »»

Women's health

May 11, 2015 WOMEN?ARE encouraged to go for the gusto during National Women's Health Week which is being observed May 10-16 across the nation. more »»

Happy Mother's Day

May 10, 2015 TODAY WILL be the busiest non-business day of the year for phone companies. Close to 50 million calls will be made just in Ohio. Phones will ring. Young voices will please old ears. more »»

One Final Vote

May 8, 2015 JACKIE HUPP finds herself in the middle of a major school controversy. Hupp is a member of the Switzerland of Ohio Board of Education. more »»

Park Fiasco

May 6, 2015 KENNYWOOD PARK in suburban Pittsburgh opened for the season Saturday. A day that was supposed to be filled with fun and excitement was ruined when a group of teens began to push and shove patrons. more »»

Oil & Gas Expo

May 5, 2015 THE OIL & gas industry is making a positive impact in Eastern Ohio. Local economies are improving and jobs are becoming more plentiful. And according to many in the know, the best is yet to come. more »»

Kent State

May 4, 2015 MAY 4, 1970 will be a day that will always be painfully etched in Ohio history. On that fateful day, bloodshed spilled on the campus of Kent State Universit. more »»

Senseless Unrest

May 3, 2015 FOR?THE past week, the city of Baltimore has been in turmoil after the death of a prisoner in police custody. more »»

Work Well Done

April 28, 2015 IT IS no secret that the Ohio Valley embraces a worthy cause. The valley's humanitarian side has recently come to the forefront again. more »»

WLU Turmoil

April 27, 2015 Something has to give at West Liberty University. Declining enrollment gives WLU officials few options but to curb spending — perhaps by more than $1 million a year. more »»

Safer Travel

April 26, 2015 THE BEST roadway is a safe roadway. The Ohio 7/Interstate 470 interchange is anything but that. The bottleneck just north of Bellaire is a motorist's nightmare. more »»

Cracker Plant

April 24, 2015 EASTERN OHIO -- and possibly the entire Ohio Valley -- is on the threshold of a possible economic renaissance. Almost. Thailand-based PTT Global Chemical and Tokyo’s Marubeni Corp. more »»

Peaceful Progress

April 23, 2015 THREE WEEKS can make a world of difference in the political arena. Bridgeport Village Council is a prime example. more »»

Earth Day

April 22, 2015 TODAY WE celebrate Earth Day. It is a day that attempts to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth's natural environment. more »»

Joe Manchin

April 21, 2015 JOE MANCHIN is his own man. That is what makes him so appealing as a politician. The West Virginian is a Democratic by designation. more »»

Social Media

April 20, 2015 IN THE last few years, social media has really taken off and has served as a way to stay in touch with friends and family. more »»

Special Unit

April 19, 2015 EASTERN OHIO streets have gotten much cleaner the past few days. Not from the removal of dirt or litter, but rather drugs and those suspected of trafficking them. more »»

Economic Rebirth

April 17, 2015 IT HASN’T been the best of times for Monroe County. The county saw its biggest employer (Ormet Corp.) cease operating in 201. more »»

Ted Strickland

April 16, 2015 It should come as no surprise that Ohio’s Democrat Party leaders have endorsed former Gov. Ted Strickland as nominee for a U.S. more »»

Three Strikes

April 15, 2015 JUSTIN DUDZIK was back in Jefferson County court last week. It has become a familiar venue for the Adena resident. Dudzik also happens to be the village mayor, at least for the time being. more »»

 
 
 

 

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