Well, if Barry hurries, he could put on the tan suit, give another unremarkable speech, and still have time to meet Bishop Pickering, Dr. Beeper, and Judge Smails for a quick nine at the country club.
September 2, 2014 at 3:45 p.m.
In Pa., the point total is 35 before the continuous clock comes into effect under rules similar to Ohio. However, timing rules never revert back to normal whereas, in Ohio, if the differential goes back below 30, the normal timing rules revert into effect. Hopefully, by the time a team gets four TD's ahead in the second half, the winning coach will already be substituting his younger players. All in all, Ohio rule has been balanced out pretty good by the OHSAA.
September 1, 2014 at 3:46 p.m.
Finished 62nd this year and 21st last year for YPD but is still an HMHP police officer and a Trumbull Reserve deputy. He may be at the apex of his law enforcement career. ANyway, if Ferguson, Mo. cries out for the need of "community policing", shouldn't the police officers be from that community?
August 29, 2014 at 12:12 p.m.
cambridge,How could you be so callous? Joan Rivers has been inspirational to many. In fact, after her last face lift and tummy tuck, she inspired me to grow a goatee!
August 28, 2014 at 4:35 p.m.
I have to assume that the engineering services were contracted through Niles City Council so they only have themselves to blame. This would be bid competitively but competency is crucial. If they only selected this firm as the lowest bidder without looking at qualifications and similar completed projects, then they are negligent. There are plenty of design firms within a 75 mile radius of Niles that could have done this work, especially in Cleveland.
August 25, 2014 at 10:35 a.m.
I just take our old clothes to the Rescue Mission on Glenwood or MLK in Y-town or to Goodwill. No boxes; just a person who takes them inside and sorts them out.
August 25, 2014 at 10:13 a.m.
So, Dwight, you are telling me that NO parent in the Pittsburgh school system has a good paying job so we need to provide kids with the free meals? Or, if there were enough $50,000 per year jobs available to these people that they would all take them? The problem is the ENTITLEMENT MENTALITY in the country and the absolute lack of self-worth of these people. It is about priority and responsibility. You may say "Walter just wants to take it out on the children and make them suffer". Wrong, it is the parent(s) of the children that have chose to make their kids suffer. But, when Newt Gingrich commented that maybe we need to re-establish orphanages and children's homes, he was criticized.
Yes, I guess I am a cold-hearted bastard that came from a tough and poor upbringing. I see the error of my thinking. I just hope the school systems provide slots on the lunch trays for these kids to safely place their cell phones. I wouldn't want them to spill any free food on their $150 pair of Nikes.
August 21, 2014 at 10:50 a.m.
Mr. Gavin may be concerned about the environment where he claims it is open season on black men in the USA but he needs to temper that with some facts. On average in the USA, there are about 12 million arrests every year and there are about 400 fatal police shootings on average, with the vast majority wholly justified. But, of all the black homicide victims, 91% are killed by other black men! Yeah, it's open season but the hunters are also the hunted.
August 21, 2014 at 9:15 a.m.
For the 2013-2014, ALL students were receiving free breakfast. Now they will all be receiving a free lunch. Let's just give them all three meals and snacks. Wait, I have a better idea. Let's contract the education of the Pittsburgh students to Golden Corral and provide free chocolate fountains for dessert! We are already spending billions on food stamps, WIC, and other govt programs so why can't the little darlings be shown how to pack a lunch. I started doing it in second grade when I complained to my mother about what she packed! I was told I would do it from then on.
August 21, 2014 at 8:54 a.m.
Yes, it is the responsibility of a school system to feed children. This is not a parent's responsibility. We are from a different era, Joe. To think, this all started with USDA subsidized milk for children.
August 20, 2014 at 9:06 p.m.