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Girard lakes talks give promise

January 14, 2014 Girard is on the right track by talking with a developer for the upper and lower lakes. more »»

Specialists become Obamacare casualty

January 14, 2014 As 2014 begins, many Americans will be confronted by the reality that they cannot, in fact, stay with trusted health care professionals of their choice. more »»

February would be high time to control spending

January 14, 2014 Both sides of the aisle in Congress and President Barack Obama insist they will not tolerate initiatives to get government spending under control. more »»

Ohio lags in recession recovery

January 13, 2014 In most of the country, new applications for unemployment benefits were down during the week of Christmas, the federal government reporte. more »»

Congress needs to limit snoops

January 13, 2014 Just before the old year ended, a federal appeals court judge handed champions of the liberties Americans cherish a stinging defeat. Federal District Judge William H. Pauley, in Washington, D.C. more »»

Airort JEDD court hurt taxpayers

January 12, 2014 Communities that break down traditional silos and let go of long-held fiefdoms in order to work together almost always benefit taxpayers. more »»

Orchids & Onions

January 11, 2014 ONION: To Newton Falls council members Richard Zamecnik, Nancy Hoffman, Phillip Beer and Tarry Alberini, for passing a police compensation ordinance as an emergency, thus bypassing the two-reading... more »»

Vienna bumped boundaries of meetings law

January 10, 2014 Vienna trustees treaded close to violating open meetings laws this wee. more »»

Obama can’t keep ignoring law

January 10, 2014 President Barack Obama has made it clear over and over again, frequently in wholesale changes and complete reversals of health care law provisions, that he considers the law of the land something he... more »»

ACA: New year’s biggest challenge

January 9, 2014 Barring some catastrophe — perhaps involving Iran or North Korea — the biggest challenge we Americans will face during 2014 will be one we allowed to be created. It is the Affordable Care Act. more »»

Mental health needs a laser-like focus

January 9, 2014 Prosecuting attorneys in Connecticut have concluded that 20-year-old Adam Lanza ‘‘displayed no aggressive or threatening tendencies’’ before he massacred 20 children and six adults at the Sandy Hook... more »»

Enforce the new reading standards

January 8, 2014 As of Tuesday, there were four vacancies on the 19-member Ohio Board of Education. In filling them, Gov. more »»

Charities need help even after holidays

January 8, 2014 Christmas is over, and that means many area residents have put away their altruistic impulses along with the holiday decoration. more »»

Septic rules need careful consideration

January 7, 2014 Building that dream home in the country may get substantially more expensive for Ohioans this year. more »»

Conflict could pose problem for pipeline

January 7, 2014 For five years, President Obama has delayed making a decision whether to allow construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline from Canada to the United States. more »»

Statistics on addicted babies needed now

January 6, 2014 A substantial number of babies born in Ohio come into the world addicted to illegal drugs. It is a problem everywhere. more »»

Habitual DUI registry needs better maintenance

January 6, 2014 Among the most worrisome threats to the safety of the motoring public are habitual drunken drivers — men and women who continue to get behind the wheel while intoxicated even after having been... more »»

Violence program needs work

January 5, 2014 They number more than a dozen. The men are identified as some of the most violent offenders in Trumbull County on parole or probatio. more »»

Jail explains after sink stink

January 5, 2014 A couple weeks ago in this space we suggested that Trumbull County officials should provide an explanation to taxpayers on why they must pay for new sinks in the jail. more »»

Orchids & onions

January 4, 2014 ORCHID: To Windham High School students who partnered with Junior Achievement of North Central Ohio to teach JA programs to 12 classrooms of kindergarten through fifth-grade students at Katherine... more »»

 
 

 

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