Just as we wished Donald Trump and preceding presidents well as they began their time in the White House, hoping for a bright future as they assumed leadership of the greatest nation on Earth, our thoughts now turn to Joe Biden as he takes the reins of U.S. government.
Ensuring the civil rights of all Americans should be a goal of every person who represents U.S. citizens, from the local government level to the highest offices in the land.
Police officers face many dangers as they fulfill their duties, never knowing when someone will pull a gun on them or use another weapon to inflict harm. Last year was the deadliest time period for U.S. law enforcement officers in decades, but it wasn’t bullets or knives that claimed the mos…
The following editorial appeared in the Charleston Gazette-Mail. It does not necessarily reflect the views of the Times-News.
Congress met in a joint session Wednesday, to perform what is tantamount to a formality, and, as mandated by the U.S. Constitution, approve Electoral College votes reported by the states. The process occurs every four years and usually doesn’t take long.
The following editorial appeared in the Sunbury Daily Item of Sunbury, Pennsylvania, a CNHI newspaper.
Minorities who distrust government have good reason, from a long track record of gross unfairness in the legal system to other examples of systemic racism that continue to this day. The wariness also extends to science and advancements in the medical field, including the new COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19 “does a tremendous number on the lungs,” President Donald Trump informed anxious Americans during a coronavirus task force update last April. While that contagion continues to lay waste to people’s respiratory systems in its fatal march across the nation, another health threat lurks…
Setting off fireworks, especially the more spectacular mortar-type projectiles that are fired from a cylinder, is a thrill that can result in tragedy regardless of the season or holiday being celebrated. Regrettably, the risk became a reality for a young Cumberland resident who was seriously…
Disclosing the cause of the fiery train crash that occurred in Hyndman, Pennsylvania, on Aug. 2, 2017, can’t change the outcome, nor does trying to assign blame. But knowing how it may have happened could prevent a similar disaster from occurring in the future.
This Week's Circulars
FORT ASHBY, W.Va. - Edward William Willison, 79, died Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021, at Devlin Manor. Visitation Upchurch Funeral Home, Fort Ashby, Friday noon to 1 p.m. Services will follow at 1 p.m. Interment Fort Ashby Cemetery.
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