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Take the handcuffs off the Bellaire police

January 26, 2014 THE WEEK that just played out in Bellaire reinforces the need to better compensate and beef up the village's police force. more »»

Bellaire is showing signs of life

January 19, 2014 THE BELLAIRE Chamber of Commerce held its monthly luncheon meeting Thursday and yielded some nuggets of potential growth in the All-American Tow. more »»

Traffic jam may snarl Christie’s bid

January 12, 2014 POLITICS is a cut-throat business. That was reinforced last week in New Jersey. The political scene reared its ugly head in the Garden State. N.J. Gov. more »»

Belmont County outlook brightening

January 5, 2014 IF ANY additional proof was needed that the Belmont County economic outlook is brightening, look no further than the appropriations passed by commissioners last week. more »»

Marling helping move Bellaire forward

December 29, 2013 DAN MARLING has proven a major asset to the All-American Town in his role as Bellaire village administrator. Marling's efforts have resulted in much progress throughout the town. more »»

Commissioners making shelter a priority

December 22, 2013 THERE ARE a lot of dog lovers in Belmont County. That was reinforced after last week’s piece in this space calling for a probe of the operations at the Belmont County Animal Shelter. more »»

Central Government attacks senior citizens

December 15, 2013 As five million Americans reach age 65 each year and join millions of others in the final season of their lives, most expect to enjoy their long-promised and eagerly anticipated golden years. more »»

Animal shelter probe is needed

December 15, 2013 I AM a dog man. I love canines. Once I hang up my coaching whistle, a golden retriever is in my future. more »»

Thomas: A good commission fit

December 8, 2013 THERE IS a new old face taking a seat on the Belmont County Board of Commissioners. Mark Thomas gained the nod from the Belmont County Democrat Central Committee Thursday night. more »»

Explaining the I-70 Mall Road project truths

December 6, 2013 One of my favorite quotes is attributed to Mark Twain, “A lie gets up and runs around the world before the truth even gets out of bed. more »»

Central Government approaching critical mass

December 1, 2013 After years of enrichment, our Central Government is very close to achieving critical power mass and triggering the equivalent of an irreversible nuclear reaction that will permanently lower the... more »»

Frohnapfel twins coming up big for Herd

December 1, 2013 RAKEEM CATO earlier this month broke a Chad Pennington passing record at Marshall University. Cato threw a TD pass in a win against UAB, marking the 27th straight game he tossed a scoring strike. more »»

Berhalter embarks on new challenge

November 24, 2013 FOR THE second time in three months I have been a guest at the swearing in of a new Belmont County judg. more »»

The season of giving has arrived

November 17, 2013 THE HOLIDAY season unofficially arrived Thursday. It came in the form of the Salvation Army's “Kettle Kick-Off” at the Ohio Valley Mall. more »»

I-70 corridor project needs completed

November 17, 2013 In December of 2007, the Belmont County Commission, consisting of Commissioners Probst, Longshaw and myself, created the Belmont County Transportation District(TID). more »»

School district's feature changed by 29 votes

November 13, 2013 THE ONE haunting memory that sticks with me from Tuesday's election is the Edison Local school levy. more »»

Local elections carry much importance

November 3, 2013 As we approach election day 2013, it is important to note that while this is not a presidential year election, including all of the other national, state and local elections, it is still ... more »»

Thanksgiving really means giving thanks

November 3, 2013 Wow! Where did the summer go? It seems as soon as the Halloween season showed up on store shelves, so did Christmas. more »»

Seniors, libraries should draw voter support

November 3, 2013 ELECTION DAY arrives Tuesday, ending some vicious campaigning in several local communities. Small-town politics can be down right ugly. more »»

Time to end bullying now

October 27, 2013 Bullying used to be viewed as something of a normal part of school, from the earliest years to fraternity hazing. Research, though, reveals bullying causes damage and sometimes death. more »»



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