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United daily service: Win for Valley

April 15, 2014 Contrary to some questioning, yes, a ‘‘Revenue Guarantee’’ for United Airlines to provide the Mahoning Valley with service from the local Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport is absolutely something... more »»

 
 
 
Vibrant NEO 2040: A future vision

April 9, 2014 After three years of work by more than 5,600 participants and 170 organizations, and with the completion of the Vibrant NEO 2040, we have reached the starting line in the journey toward a more... more »»

Businesses must support local airport

March 19, 2014 Switching on my ancient iPod at the airport after a long day’s business trip is a ritual for me, refreshing and recharging. more »»

Field uneven for Nicholson, director says

March 16, 2014 Remember a time when you were watching a Browns versus Steelers game? For Browns fans, they might have remembered a game in the 1980s when Bernie Kosar valiantly led the team to its highest point in... more »»

Turning 65? Learn Medicare basics

March 9, 2014 Are you one of the nearly 150,000 Ohioans who will celebrate their 65th birthday this year? If so, you will become eligible for Medicare and will likely have questions about your health care benefits. more »»

More meetings should be open

February 6, 2014 If you spent your whole life in Ohio as a reporter covering government or a citizen going to meetings, you might be surprised to learn that the ‘‘information-gathering’’ and ‘‘fact-finding’’ session... more »»

Worker safety a priority in Ohio

January 8, 2014 When Gov. more »»

Falls not a normal part of aging

January 6, 2014 You undoubtedly know an older Ohioan who has fallen. A parent. A grandparent. Your spouse. Perhaps yourself. Falls among adults age 65 and older in Ohio are an epidemi. more »»

It’s really the taxpayers’ money

December 11, 2013 Not much makes me angrier than when the government fails to serve the citizens it is supposed to be servin. more »»

Is Valley at energy forefront?

November 25, 2013 I would like to take this opportunity to respond to the Guest Columnist article penned Nov. more »»

Valley at forefront of alternate energy sources

November 13, 2013 Last week brought a nice surprise as I sunk into our living room sofa to surf the cable TV after work. On History Channel’s ‘‘Top Gear’’ (the U.S. more »»

Newspapers vital to free speech

October 28, 2013 Where would we be as a nation without the freedom of speech? After all, according to the annual State of the First Amendment survey, it is by far America’s favorite freedom and our most important... more »»

Medical community realizes citizens must be informed

October 27, 2013 You may have seen the ad in the Tribune Chronicle a few weeks ago. more »»

Camp Ravenna ideal for site

October 27, 2013 If the last 10 years have taught us anything, it is that there are radical forces around the world that want to do us harm, and we must be prepared to defend ourselves against their attacks. more »»

Name game disservice to Ohio voters

October 27, 2013 In 1976, the Toledo Blade, fed up with the “name game” in Ohio judicial campaigns, endorsed A. William Sweeney over incumbent William B. more »»

ACA is a win for U.S. children

October 27, 2013 Enrollment for the health insurance marketplaces created by the new healthcare law began just a few days ago. more »»

Anger—the Dominate Force on Internet Communication

October 25, 2013 You would expect that most “tweets” would be expressions of love and appreciation toward one another, right? Wrong. more »»

Ignore oil-pipeline alarmism

October 2, 2013 Several of the country’s most powerful environmental groups have latched on to this spring’s 10,000-barrell Arkansas oil spill to fight against a federal permit for Keystone XL, a proposed... more »»

Prairie State needs investigated

September 18, 2013 Peabody Energy, the nation’s largest coal company, promised 217 municipalities and 17 electric membership cooperatives in the Midwest a source of low-cost, stable electricity in return for bearing... more »»

‘Ohio Miracle’ is an Ohio sham

September 17, 2013 To hear Gov. Kasich tell it, Ohioans and their communities are better off now than when he took office. He and his allies have balanced the budget, cut taxes and created thousands of new job. more »»

 
 

 

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