Opinion

Their benefit, not ours

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor: I would like to comment on Congressman Johnson’s article in the 7-22-18 issue of The Review on how great the tax reform bill that was passed is for the people in his district . Take a closer look at the tax reform bill he is bragging about. Most of the benefits go to the richer ...

Successful Olde Guard

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor: I had planned to write a “thank you letter” to all the people who made the 24th Olde Guard Luncheon such a success, but after reading the “spanks” (in Friday’s opinion page of The Review) that has all been ruined. I want to apologize to the East Liverpool High School ...

Bringing more tourists to W.Va.

Editorial

Creativity, energy and hard work do, indeed, pay off, and West Virginia Tourism Commissioner Chelsea Ruby should receive a great deal of credit for dedicating hers to bringing more people here to experience Almost Heaven. According to statewide hotel occupancy figures reported by global hotel ...

Tax holiday helps with school buys

Editorial

Ohio has again welcomed back-to-school shoppers with a tax holiday on most school supplies and some clothing. Savings started Friday and continue through 11:59 p.m. Sunday State and local sales and use taxes will be waived on clothing of $75 per item or less, school supplies priced at $20 per ...

Press KJU to keep promise

Editorial

New long-range missiles are being built in North Korea, despite assurances by that country’s dictator, Kim Jong Un, that he desires peaceful coexistence, it was reported this week. Just weeks ago, Kim told President Donald Trump he is willing to pursue disarmament talks. They have been ...

Bringing peace to Afghanistan

Editorial

News the Taliban have agreed to their first direct talks with a U.S. official, regarding peace in Afghanistan, is highly significant for a number of reasons. During the months following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on America, U.S. forces, working with our allies, deposed the Taliban from ...

Release the figures on opioid sales

Editorial

Other than the obviously profitable knowledge of where large pockets of vulnerable drug addicts exist, we fail to see what critical trade secrets need to be protected by withholding information about pharmaceutical companies dumping pain pills in communities such as ours in Ohio and West ...

Building needs some TLC

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor: East Liverpool has made great strides in improving the look of the city by tearing down and fixing up many buildings, however it is a terrible shame what you see when you come through the main road of East End in East Liverpool — what used to be the old Columbiana County ...

Thanks & Spanks

Thanks and Spanks

THANKS, writes a reader, to the East Liverpool street department for patching potholes on Shadyside Avenue. It’s much better now. THANKS, writes a reader, to those who helped the weekend of July 6 for the barbecue and Jazz festival in downtown East Liverpool. It was very nice to see so many ...

Great safety forces, caregivers

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor: On Friday June 29, I fell very ill at my home and I collapsed on my bathroom floor. I was sweating and was short of breath. I thought I was having a heart attack. I could not stand up and my wife called the Wellsville Police Department and Life Team E.M.S. I did not have a ...