Thanks, writes a reader, to a very good neighbor, Don Porter. He has kept the sidewalks and streets of the upper end of Chester dirt- and weed-free.
Thanks, writes a reader, to all who helped make the "One Night with the King" Women's Lock-In a success at First Baptist last weekend. We appreciate the generosity of all the area businesses that donated, as well as the women who chose to spend the night in the presence of the King.
Thanks, writes a reader, to The Review and the East Liverpool School District for sponsoring what was an outstanding performance by the US Army Field Band and Soldiers' Chorus, and the East Liverpool students who performed with them.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the Wellsville High School band and cheerleaders for keeping the fans entertained under the stadium during the rain delay before the start of the Wellsville-Lisbon football game. It was like an old fashioned pep rally.
Spanks, writes a reader, to a local community transportation agency that will not give a price break to a veteran living in a homeless shelter.
Spanks, writes a reader, to some 6th grade teachers for giving so much homework at night and weekends that kids are not able to go outside to play.
Spanks, writes a reader, to two area gas stations for charging 27 cents more per gallon of gas than the other local stations.
Spanks, writes a reader, to area businesses who allow employees to take a smoke break in front of the entrance/exit, creating a toxic cloud for customers to have to walk through. For those with respiratory ailments, this is more than a nuisance, it can trigger a life-threatening reaction, plus it deters people from shopping at those locations.
Spanks, writes a reader, to an area business for putting a sign in its parking lot that frowns upon another area business from using the neighboring lot during certain hours.
Spanks, writes a reader, to the person who's jackhammer echoed throughout the neighborhood at 7 a.m. Saturday while people are trying to sleep on their day off. It was rude and inconsiderate.