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From Mona Lisa to 9/11, artist reaches out to community

I think this is a wonderful reminder to all of our Americans to never forget. Sometimes in a negative situation, you have to forgive the negative aspect, and remember the lesson learned from it. This is certainly a way of doing that. If we all lived in the past, there would be no future. But remembering the past, ensures a greater future.

May 30, 2011 at 12:18 p.m. suggest removal

Neighbors seeking owner of dog wandering near Brownlee Woods

I agree with all of the other comments. News stories like these are bitter sweet. It is a great, kind-hearted thing that Tim is doing, yet I am sure the little guy is missing a family out there somewhere. I'd rather read this story than murders everywhere. I think that the news should turn to positive stories like this one more often. Take it back to the way it used to be where great people are doing nice things for others and even little guys like this one. Thankyou Tim and family for your great deed.

November 6, 2010 at 12:51 p.m. suggest removal

Chevy used by homicide victim is burned

If the comment above isn't telling on yourself I don't know what is. Some imitations gang rivals or some crap..yeah, I said imitation cause you think your thugs, but it's just a bunch of unnecessary killing to me. Real gangs don't kill like this. Do some research.

October 30, 2010 at 12:53 p.m. suggest removal

DOLL HOUSE OF HORROR

WOW, just wow. It goes from numerous people complaining about a Halloween display, to name throwing. She is exercising her freedom as well as those who aren't intelligent enough to write something other than insulting comments. I think people should become more aware of what is going on in their lives than what someone is putting outside. Plain and simple. She shouldn't have to abjure from her abstract work of art because because a woman wants it abrogated. Tracey Green must have enough money in her pocket or her hands deep enough in someone elses pockets in order to have Niles Zoning "working so frantically" to find an ordinance violation??? I've never seen them work that hard in my life. BTW I grew up in Niles, living elsewhere now, but you people talk about it like it is Cleveland where the gunshots are so frequent that when I lived there I had to tell my children they were fireworks!! I am so glad to live in a nice quiet town surrounded by woods now disassociated from all the complainers and long-nosed people who always seem to poke it where it doesn't belong. I can imagine that the very same people complaining about the display to the government, are the very same ones having their morning gossip groups over a cup of coffee complaining about how the government is taking our rights away one by one. Or how the grass in their neighbor's yard is 1/2 inch higher than it is supposed to be.

October 28, 2010 at 6:44 p.m. suggest removal

NH teen who zapped nipples during shop class sues

I do apologize to all parties involved, but this also seems like another highschool prank. He clipped this plug to his own nipple, another student clipped the other one, a third party plugged it in. Yes, it surely was a devastating thing that happened, but parents also teach their children the risks of electricity at a young age by saying "no, don't plug that in there" It is not the parent's fault at all, they were not there. But come on now, they were in highschool and had to understand that there was a risk involved. That is why we all don't run around with nipple clamps on saying "PLug it in, plug it in"

August 31, 2010 at 10:57 a.m. suggest removal

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