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Memorial Day was a day for remembering

May 31, 2016 Memorial Day was not just another day of a three-day weekend, or the first BBQ of the season kicking off the summer. more »»

Honoring fallen freedom fighters

May 29, 2016 This Memorial Day, we honor the 1.2 million Americans who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of freedom. more »»

‘Nice Guys’ an uproarious 1970s buddy-cop throwback

May 29, 2016 Writer-director Shane Black first etched his name in Hollywood eminence by penning the screenplay for the quintessential buddy-cop flick, “Lethal Weapon. more »»

Today’s technology: Digital therapy

May 23, 2016 Technology and therapy The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services advises that only about 38 percent of adults who need help with mental health problems have access to the help they need. more »»

Hillary Clinton, career criminal

May 22, 2016 Once upon a time, not so long ago, an FBI investigation meant the end of a presidential campaign. Obviously not, if you are Hillary Clinton. more »»

GUEST COLUMN: My advice to Donald Trump: Lead

May 22, 2016 This election cycle has been unlike any we've ever seen. Many of our fellow Americans are justifiably angry, and they've spoken with their votes. more »»

Barry Manilow says goodbye to Youngstown on final tour

May 22, 2016 YOUNGSTOWN - The man who writes the songs will still be writing them. He just won’t be performing them as much. more »»

Older Americans Month: Depression isn’t normal aging condition

May 18, 2016 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist Depression is how a person feels when they have lost all hope or courage. The person is sad and in low spirits. more »»

GUEST COLUMN: Protecting our national parks

May 17, 2016 Recently, my family and I had the privilege of touring some of Ohio’s most historic sites—the Dayton home and shop of the Wright Brothers. more »»

A look at senior health

May 16, 2016 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist Last month the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report on health statistics in this country. more »»

Creating jobs, cleaning the environment, cutting government expenses

May 6, 2016 The Senate recently passed bipartisan landmark energy efficiency legislation that I have worked on for the past five years. more »»

Older Americans and their pharma care

May 2, 2016 It is reported that 10,000 Americans turn 65 each day. Your parents may have reached elderly status, or even yoursel. more »»

Ensuring Ohioans have safe drinking water

April 30, 2016 In the United States, we are blessed to enjoy some of the world’s safest drinking water. more »»

Can a person become addicted to love?

April 25, 2016 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist Can one be addicted to love? The song says it is so. more »»

‘Grapes of Wrath’ perfect picture of human emotions

April 24, 2016 Orson Welles, the legendary filmmaker who gave us what is widely considered to be the magnum opus of cinema, “Citizen Kane,” was once asked which directors he liked best. more »»

‘Henry’ brings video game experience to life on big screen

April 17, 2016 “Hardcore Henry” is absurd. It’s ridiculous. It’s outright preposterous. That’s exactly why the film’s 93-minute whirlwind of augmented violence flies with droll exhilaration. more »»

Sugar: What is it doing to you?

April 11, 2016 Today we’re thinking about the link between food and mental health. And there is some valuable information regarding what you eat and how it affects your health. The culprit is suga. more »»

A look back: John Sturges’ thrilling ‘Magnificent Seven’

April 10, 2016 As a remake of the Japanese classic “Seven Samurai,” “The Magnificent Seven” must do only one thing: live up to legendary director Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece. And it does. more »»

The relevance of newspapers in a tech age

April 7, 2016 Technology has forever altered the way we communicate. For better or worse, there's no going back. more »»

GUEST COLUMN: Working to create jobs and level the playing field for Ohio workers

April 7, 2016 My top priority in the Senate is to help create more and better Ohio jobs, with higher wages and benefits. more »»

 
 

 

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