I would if its effecting my home, or family.
February 1, 2013 at 9:27 p.m.
Stricter Gun Control laws is not what is wrong its the violent mentality of society. If this mother knew he had these mental issues why would you take him to the gun range and keep these guns in your home. My heart goes out to the families of Conn.
December 16, 2012 at 8:34 p.m.
That was the same area were my neighbor was killed on his motorcycle two years ago. You cant take that turn fast and guarantee he was going fast.Hope the guy is ok. Ride with caution. Speed will kill you.
November 12, 2012 at 9:02 a.m.
No bus driver should be on the cellphone its against the law.
June 17, 2012 at 2:06 a.m.
Yes he was a human being and was someone's father someone's son and etc. but what gave him the right to go rob and kill an innocent elderly woman who was someone's mother, someones aunt and etc. what is right about that? And what is so right about the fact he was still roaming the streets and letting an innocent man stay in prison for his doing how good of a person is that? No one is perfect in this world but you have no right to take someones life. If the first time you go to prison come out and change your life that is great but you keep repeating crimes then you can guarantee it will come back at you in the end.
May 26, 2012 at 1:09 a.m.
2.0? if your in the nursing program at ysu which my daughter is thats about D or below on their grading scale. Now if your going to give a scholarship out shouldn't it be to a student who is an average c+ or higher one who is trying to strive.
March 6, 2012 at 5:25 a.m.
Would never open door at 3 am, call the cops get upstairs if they enter stay upstairs let my dogs take care of them for a bit and wait at the top of the stairs with a gun. At 3 am someone is trying to kick in the door do you really think this is a friend trying to get in i dont think so.
March 4, 2012 at 2:39 a.m.
Changing kids does not start with community or its leaders it starts with PARENTS!! It starts with two people who decide to bring a child into this world, and its THEIR responsibility to take care of that child, I didn't bring my kid into this world thinking ok here you go community and leaders raise my kid, feed my kid, clothe my kid I busted my butt to give my kid a home, food, and education. Parents need to be held accountable and until society stops accepting the idea that it takes a society to raise other people's kids, those parents will never be held accountable for anything these kids are out here doing. There is nothng cold hearted about the fact that if you bring kids into this world those people are responsible for those kids no one else. As a parent raising kids its the PARENTS job to make sure of the kids they are hanging around with, its the PARENTS job to make sure the kid is doing good in school. its the PARENTS job to make sure they are home and not running the streets. If they are not doing what they are suppose to be doing then its Parents job to resolve the problems because they are the ADULTS who chose to have children.
February 28, 2012 at 6:39 a.m.
On certain days an open air market fresh produce and such, different kind of gift stores, maybe selling current art work from the students at YSU, Just like the one in the strip district in pittsburgh, that place isnt in the greatest location but people flock there. YSU students are right there and live in the dorms maybe taking a survey of the students and asking what they would like to see go downtown so it would be more convenient for them, they already have the bar scene down there, but some type of stores that will make it more convenient for them. Even though Pittsburgh has sports teams that people go to see, I still enjoy going there because it reminds of the days when our downtown was booming. I'm not sure how the leasing goes on down in those buildings but when small business's come to lease maybe a short term lease so they can see how they will grow into the downtown, without having this long term lease hanging over their heads or the obligation to buy the building.
February 20, 2012 at 10:03 a.m.
Very sad that a young man has lost his life. One thing I question in this all is if you lost a son in 2008, and then comes your younger son who was shot at a week before, why was he allowed out at 2 a.m. when there is 11pm curfew? As a parent this kid wouldn't of been allowed out until you as a parent find out why was your son shot at and what is he really involved in, could of been random but then he gets shot and killed somewhere else. I know its hard to raise kids and couldn't imagine the grief these parents are going through, but this should be a lesson to all parents about the reality of getting involved in your kids lives and making sure you know who there friends are, and finding out what they really are doing out there, and setting rules that they must obey, it could save their lives. Its sad but in this world a tighter reign on kids needs to happen.
February 12, 2012 at 3:26 a.m.