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United Way to take it to the hoop

March 11, 2016 The Weirton United Way will be "taking it to the hoop" this weekend as part of its annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament event at Weir High School. more »»

Let the people make the decision

March 10, 2016 It is impossible to be an adult of legal age in the United States of America and not know the risks and health dangers posed by smoking. more »»

The embodiment of dignity

March 9, 2016 Call it class. Call it elegance. Call it dignity. Nancy Reagan had it in droves. Some 35 years after Ronald Reagan and his bride moved into 1600 Pennsylvania Av. more »»

Town halls encouraged

March 8, 2016 On Saturday, Weirton officials — including Mayor Harold Miller, City Manager Travis Blosser, City Attorney Vince Gurrera, Police Chief Rob Alexander and Ward 5 Councilman Douglas Jackson — met with ... more »»

Show appreciation for social workers

March 7, 2016 Social workers work in the community everyday helping the less fortunate and those in need. more »»

WVU, making people think

March 6, 2016 On college and university campuses throughout the country, students are being encouraged not to think about matters that make them uncomfortable. more »»

Help fight cancer

March 5, 2016 It’s time once again to lace up those tennis shoes — or even prepare to have your head shaved — as the Campbell-Dickinson Bike, Walk and Run events are right around the corner. more »»

Is the GOP too fragmented to win?

March 4, 2016 Although Donald Trump is portraying Super Tuesday as a big victory, it is simply one more step on the road toward the Republican nominatio. more »»

Addressing ‘BAD’ buildings

March 3, 2016 Our area has long dealt with issues of dilapidated buildings, brownfields and abandoned structures, creating an unsightly look for many of our communities. more »»

Have we become numb as a nation?

March 2, 2016 Shootings in schools have occurred since the 19th century. more »»

Not the time for a tax increase

March 1, 2016 The very last thing West Virginians, including small businesses that drive our economy, need is higher taxes. more »»

Show support for Comfort House

February 29, 2016 It is a shame that Comfort House, a local child advocacy center, will have to put on hold plans to seek a levy to assist with funding its operations. more »»

Tightening ethics standards

February 28, 2016 Public corruption is far from a thing of the past in West Virginia. Little by little, however, state legislators are putting new safeguards in plac. more »»

Tobacco increase a mixed bag

February 27, 2016 We were definitely surprised when the West Virginia Senate took up a bill proposing an increase on the state's tobacco tax. more »»

Take on a heart-healthy lifestyle

February 26, 2016 It’s American Heart Month and a good time to start living a healthier lifestyle. more »»

Consider your ballot carefully

February 25, 2016 In the sports-metaphor world of presidential election punditry, Donald Trump has landed some right crosses but he hasn’t knocked anyone out yet. more »»

Being prepared for the next recession

February 24, 2016 Probably the last thing the nation’s governors want to hear is that a new recession is on the horizo. more »»

Avoid unneeded budget suffering

February 23, 2016 The sky, or at least that part of it over Charleston, is falling, state officials warn in their analysis of proposed state spending cuts. more »»

Be responsible pet owners

February 22, 2016 It’s a proven fact — spaying and neutering are effective, and humane, ways to save the lives of animals. The procedures are one of many important responsibilities that come with owning a dog or cat. more »»

A judicial deadlock

February 21, 2016 There is nothing unusual, nor unconstitutional, about what's going on regarding choosing a replacement for the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. more »»

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