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Ohio's governor in prime time

Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland was originally scheduled to address the Democratic National Convention in Denver around 6:15 Tuesday evening, but when he finally stepped on to the podium, it was prime time. Why? Because in just about every political calculation for this year's presidential election, Ohio is a must-win state ...

Listen to what Wal-Mart is saying

While Younstown Mayor Jay Williams is to be commended for protecting the interests of his residents, he should take a step back and ask himself this question: Why doesn't Wal-Mart want to commit to a 25 percent hiring standard for city residents in its new Liberty Township superstore?Given that the ...

On Audio: "Gallitto The Paranoid"

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Will four years instead of five work?

Regardless of what you think of the Youngstown city school system, you have to give the school board credit for trying to find a new way of winning voter approval for an additional tax levy.The district has failed three times to pass a tax and each time it would have ...

Keno comes to Ohio. What hypocrisy!

Now there's Keno in Ohio — to go along with the state lottery (complete with scratch-off tickets that cost from $1 to $20) horse racing and bingo (with cherry poppers, no doubt). And yet, Ohio (or at least the Bible thumpers, conservative Republicans and the Ohio Roundtable) continues to stick ...