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News Journal’s most read stories show a community that cares

Media across the world are tasked with, among other duties, holding up a mirror to the communities they cover.And in this digital age of...

Investigation probes movie theater chains

The holiday season is a traditional box-office bonanza, and this year it is even more so with Star Wars: The Force Awakens shattering ticket...

Protecting employers from unfair costs

Under current Ohio law, the latest a person is eligible to receive foster care or adoption assistance, such as payments, is at the age...

Focus on what we know works

Last month, I joined tens of thousands of Americans and hundreds of Ohioans on the National Mall for the first-ever UNITE to Face Addiction...

Election letters deadline Wednesday, 3 p.m.

The deadline for the News Journal to receive election-related letters is 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, and the last day they will be published...

It’s time to change trend and improve voter turnout

Today marks the halfway point from the opening day of absentee voting — often called early voting — until the eve of this year’s...

The easy way to beat Donald Trump

Members of the Republican establishment are beginning to worry. Their grasp on power is slipping like sand through a child’s fingers as they desperately...

Law and border in America

How many wars can we fight?Our presidential candidates demand “stronger action” against both illegal immigration and illegal drugs. But those goals conflict. The War...

Resolving public record disputes

Ohio’s Public Records Act was enacted in 1963 to promote open, transparent government through orderly access to public records. However, disputes sometimes arise when...

Election letters policy

Letters to the Editor regarding issues or candidates in the Nov. 3 general election must be 200 words or less and are subject to...