The Federal Communications Commission last week took control of the issue of "net neutrality" and came down on the side of treating all Internet users equally.
Lawmakers should vote yes on SB 30
At the beginning of its second year, Ohio's expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act is suffering a setback.
The West Virginia Legislature is now diligently promoting regressive legislation. Their actions won't improve the economic or physical health of our residents. Rather, they are taking us back to the 20th century.
West Virginia has one of the most unhealthy populations in the United States, and the state's relatively high smoking rate plays no small role in that.
Williams should rethink city's needs
The mayor of Huntington seems to be in a quandary over how to provide the needed equipment to clean the winter streets. How about not paying a spokesman over $50,000 plus benefits to do what the mayor should be doing himself and quite often does?
When I was small, I spent seven or eight summers in Wisconsin's North Woods, amid tall pines and shimmering lakes, as my father was field athletic director of Camp Eagle Crest on Found Lake. I loved the travel between our urban home on Chicago's northwest side and the clapboard cabin the camp assigned to our family.
America should take military approach to ISIS
You might think that young women in college would be more likely to report sexual assaults than other women of the same age.
Community leaders come in many forms.
We have official leaders - the elected office holders, CEOs of area businesses, the heads of large local institutions, the pastors of churches and leaders of civic organizations. Others provide community leadership as "catalysts," providing respected perspectives and opinions that influence our decisions. And some make a difference as "connectors" who bring people together to find their common ground and help move the community forward.