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Smoke detectors help save lives

March 8, 2014 Daylight saving time returns at 2 a.m. Sunday, when we move our clocks ahead one hour. more »»

Voice your thoughts on home rule

March 7, 2014 The City of Weirton is in the process of implementing new regulations and abilities under the state’s Home Rule program. more »»

Weirton residents able to comment

March 7, 2014 Weirton is in the process of implementing new regulations and abilities under the state’s Home Rule program. more »»

Appreciate our social workers

March 6, 2014 Social workers are in the trenches every day working to help the less fortunate and those in need. March is National Professional Social Work Month and the theme this year is "All People Matter. more »»

Social workers fill vital roles

March 6, 2014 Social workers are in the trenches every day working to help the less fortunate and those in need. March is National Professional Social Work Month and the theme this year is “All People Matter. more »»

It's not about guns

March 5, 2014 With only a few days remaining in West Virginia's legislative session, the state Senate has an opportunity to stop a bill which would reduce the public's access to some government record. more »»

Kasich’s proposed tax cut important

March 5, 2014 Tax cuts that could spur more economic development in Ohio and let Buckeye State residents keep more of their hard-earned money to enjoy progress were proposed recently by Gov. John Kasic. more »»

Changes imperil chemical bill

March 4, 2014 Good, important bills can be amended to death in the West Virginia Legislature. That fate should not be permitted to befall a measure proposed in reaction to the disastrous Jan. more »»

Local United Ways exceed their goals

March 4, 2014 Everyone involved with the fundraising campaigns of the Jefferson County and Weirton United Ways is deserving of congratulations today. more »»

Run to fight cancer

March 3, 2014 Believe it or not, spring is going to arrive soon — fingers crossed — so it's not too early to be thinking about warmer weather, outdoor activities. more »»

Annual event will help T.E.A.R. fund

March 3, 2014 Believe it or not, spring is going to arrive soon — fingers crossed — so it’s not too early to be thinking about warmer weather, outdoor activities. more »»

Congratulations United Way

March 2, 2014 The hard work and dedication of the staff and volunteers for the Weirton United Way has, once again, paid off. more »»

Making area safer goal of program

March 2, 2014 Stopping the gunshots in Steubenville has been a mission for law enforcement and community leaders for years now. Finding a solution won’t come easily. more »»

The good news continues

March 1, 2014 Good news continues to roll in for the Northern Panhandle. more »»

Development bodes well for our area

March 1, 2014 Good news continues to roll in for the Northern Panhandle. more »»

Protect your right to know

February 28, 2014 Attempts to keep the people from learning what their government is doing behind closed doors often are framed by special interests as steps to rein in the imaginary monolith described as "the medi. more »»

Ohio needs statewide policy covering cameras

February 28, 2014 The city of Steubenville’s residents pronounced the concept of traffic cameras for speed law enforcement dead with a referendum in 200. more »»

The danger of potholes

February 27, 2014 Now that the snow and ice of February has pretty much melted, the region is treated to a new scourge: The pothole. They're everywhere. They're on side streets and main road. more »»

Pothole season needs patience

February 27, 2014 Now that the snow and ice of February has pretty much melted, the region is treated to a new scourge: The pothole. They’re everywhere. They’re on side streets and main road. more »»

Enact flood insurance bill

February 26, 2014 West Virginia state senators have reacted decisively to a mistake made by Congress - one that could affect thousands of area residents adversely. The House of Delegates should follow suit. more »»

 
 

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