Ongoing yard sale simply a nuisance
How many rummage sales are too many?
I live in a building of four apartments. There is one person in the building who has three to five yard sales a week every week as long as the weather is good. The owner does not see this as an issue because he does not live here.
Last week the nation was swept into multiple maelstroms of social change - beyond anything we've experienced in some time. My head is still spinning, how about yours?
Perhaps columnist should protect US
I want to thank you for your patience and tolerance of Mr. Caserta on the editorial pages. It must be really irritating to have someone continually calling for more war as he recently did in his column of June 18. I'd suggest if he's so gung ho, perhaps you should obtain a leave of absence so he can travel to Iraq or Syria to "protect America."
A recent report and a lawsuit against the state have raised a question about whether West Virginia is getting sufficient bang for the dollars paid to health maintenance organizations involved in the state's Medicaid program.
West Virginia is taking a new direction in dealing with young people who run afoul of the law, and the evidence suggests it should be greeted as a welcome departure from the old ways.
Affordable Care Act has helped 180,000 W.Va. residents
On June 25, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court once again upheld the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). This law has helped 16 million Americans and about 180,000 West Virginians gain health care coverage.
The late Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Tip O'Neil, was credited with saying "all politics is local." International events also have a local nexus.
As a volunteer for the Huntington Museum of Art, I have served on the Board of Trustees and helped the museum plan fundraisers such as the Museum Ball and the West Virginia Wine Classic.
During The Civil War, Southern forces marched under several different Confederate flags and many state flags.
Most Americans would not recognize most of them, and a couple might be mistaken for early versions of the Stars and Stripes. Today, they are relegated to history books and museums.
It has been a couple of weeks since the bizarre incident in Charleston, South Carolina, and what happened in this beautiful, historic city was meticulously calculated by a young man who used other recent incidents to justify his behavior.