Clear and concise: county needs a social media policy
Nearly everyone has at least one social media account these days — whether it’s Facebook, Instragram, Snapchat or any of the dozens of other digital platforms that provide people a way to...
9/19/2018 Our Opinion 0 comments
Homeless often get lost in the eye of blind beholders
If you say you’ve never noticed homeless people living among us, you’re in good company.
9/17/2018 Our Opinion 0 comments
Church frozen in denial is reluctant to address crisis
For a secular newspaper, it is neither comfortable nor routine to feel compelled to tell a religious organization where it needs to redirect its recovery efforts.
9/15/2018 Our Opinion 0 comments
Dischman case amplifies flaw in unborn defense law
This week’s state Superior Court ruling reaffirms the lower courts’ decision to drop the felony aggravated assault charge against Kasey R.
9/14/2018 Our Opinion 0 comments
Clinic endures 10 years — and not just any 10 years
The feat itself is worthy of praise, but it’s the timing that makes the accomplishment twice as improbable, and doubly noteworthy.
9/13/2018 Our Opinion 0 comments
How should we recall 9/11 for a younger generation?
Seventeen years have passed since that crisp September morning when airliners fell like ripe apples out of a cloudless sky.
9/11/2018 Our Opinion 0 comments
Data-driven: Correct reply to concerns about speeding
It was encouraging to see Butler Township Police respond to residents’ concerns about speeding on Belmont Drive — and even more encouraging to see such positive results reported by Chief...
9/10/2018 Our Opinion 0 comments
Chronic flooding problem hindering city’s reputation
It should bother our community leadership to witness the purveyor of medical marijuana products, Cresco Yeltrah, suffering flooding at its dispensary for the third time since opening in February.