Fireworks are a delight for most of us. Why else do thousands in the Tri-State gather to watch the dazzling public displays put on by municipalities across the region during the Fourth of July holiday period?
I really like Pope Francis. Here's a man who has reached the pinnacle of success in his calling, yet he's down-to-earth, personable and easy to like. He even looks like common folk.
A recent editorial in the Charleston Daily Mail was right on target. We cannot allow the cost of attending college to continue to climb into the stratosphere.
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Huntington lucky to have the Shobes
I would like to thank Brandon Roberts for the article published recently regarding the closing of Shobe's Stained Glass here in Huntington.
As we look at the world around us, many of us are wondering if things could get much worse. In my lifetime, I can't recall America ever being in such disarray. Indeed, the progressive movement is having its share of victories.
Millions of sales originating online and concluding when a buyer and seller meet in person to complete the transaction go off without a hitch each year in the United States.
The Huntington Police Department got a healthy dose of criticism last week after officers shot and killed a black bear roaming the city's Southside neighborhood.
Of all the collateral damage caused by the painkiller-heroin epidemic, it is probably the most tragic. Babies born drug dependent because their mothers were active drug users during their pregnancies.
In my column last week, I suggested that the U.S. Supreme Court take a lesson from Ireland, which by a sizable majority voted to approve same-sex marriage in their country in May. Thankfully, our Supreme Court also approved same-sex marriage.