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Let’s make it a safe trick-or-treat event

November 3, 2012 It’s safe to say that our youngsters will be more than ready to hit the streets later today for trick-or-treat hours. more »»

Take the time to donate blood

November 2, 2012 The truth is, our area did not get hit as hard by the remnants of Hurricane Sandy as was expected. Perhaps many of us rushed to judgment, fearing the worst. more »»

Take a stand against bullying

October 24, 2012 October is National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month — we’d like that to be known. The fact that a month has been designated for such a thing is sad. more »»

Mandel needs to be Ohio’s voice in the U.S. Senate

October 23, 2012 The role of U.S. senators is to represent their constituents’ best interests in Washington. more »»

The right choice for U.S. Congress is Bill Johnson

October 22, 2012 During his first term in Congress, U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson hit the ground running in service to the 6th District. more »»

Vote Romney for president

October 21, 2012 Before casting your vote in the election for president, ask yourself two questions: First, is the United States better off today than four years ago? Even more important, will you be better off four... more »»

Ohio voters should approve Issue 1

October 20, 2012 Issue 1 asks Ohio voters whether the state should play host to a constitutional convention to review the document and propose amendments or write a new one. more »»

Ohioans need to vote ‘no’ on state Issue 2

October 14, 2012 Ohio’s system of redrawing districts used to choose members of Congress and the state General Assembly is far from perfect. But so is the proposal to alter it. Federal law requires that after every U. more »»

Salute those who deliver the news

October 13, 2012 We at The Review would like to take this opportunity to salute our newspaper carriers, motor route drivers and bundle haulers for their hard work and dependabilit. more »»

Having an escape plan in case of a fire is essential

October 12, 2012 It is Fire Prevention Week, but being prepared should be a year-round practice. The theme of this year’s event, as campaigned by the National Fire Protection Association, is “Have 2 Ways Out. more »»

Before election day, do the homework

October 2, 2012 Today is the first day of early voting in Ohio for the Nov. 6 General Election, with West Virginia starting its process Oct. 24. more »»

Donors to Junior Bears need lauded

September 26, 2012 It looks as if the “Bears Den” will include cubs. more »»

Register to vote before deadline

September 25, 2012 In six weeks, registered voters across this nation will head to the polls — most doing so because it’s a presidential election year. Tuesday, Nov. 6, is fast approachin. more »»

Firefighters hiring issues answered

September 23, 2012 It’s legal. The hiring of two East Liverpool City firefighters was by the books, so says city law Director Charles Payne. more »»

Facebook not place for every area issue

September 21, 2012 There’s no question that we live in a Facebook society. In fact, we’re in a Facebook world. Consider the following: * 955 million monthly active Facebook users at the end of June 2012. more »»

Village officials have obligation to follow the law

September 9, 2012 We applaud the efforts of those attempting to restore order to chaos. more »»

Donate by taking the dog for a walk

September 7, 2012 Looking for a fun activity this weekend? Why not do something that combines exercise with donating to a worthy cause? It’s as simple as taking your dog for a walk. In fact, that’s what it i. more »»

Students should know importance of the classroom

September 2, 2012 As the first week of school wraps up for our children, let’s remember why they are in school — academics. Sure, we enjoy high school sports. more »»

Put down the cell, and enjoy the ride

August 31, 2012 An Ohio law to ban texting while driving takes effect today, starting with a sixth-month warning perio. more »»

Don’t let the lights go out in Newell

August 30, 2012 On Friday, Oak Glen will officially open its new Multi-Sports Complex on the high school campus — welcoming Wellsville for the first high school football game at the state-of-the-art facility. more »»



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