Thumbs up to “Woody” Williams, an eminent citizen and farmboy from W.Va. | Opinion

To Hershel W. “Woody” Williams, one of our nation’s most eminent citizens, for getting a final salute from the American public and honored to lie in state in the US Capitol. The last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, Williams, who died last month at age 98, was honored in the US … Read more

Thumbs up to “Woody” Williams, an eminent citizen and farmboy from W.Va. | Opinion

To Hershel W. “Woody” Williams, one of our nation’s most eminent citizens, for getting a final salute from the American public and honored to lie in state in the US Capitol. The last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, Williams, who died last month at age 98, was honored in the US … Read more

Linesville hears complaints about refuse collection News

LINESVILLE — Linesville Borough Council heard complaints about refuse collection service at Tuesday evening’s meeting. Residents voiced concerns — in person and via a letter — about services provided by Raccoon Refuse, which has the contract for refuse collection in the borough. Concerns were about a lack of reliable collection of both refuse and recycling … Read more

Tom of Finland garms and Bottega Veneta archers: What’s in Fashion?

Happy Friday, icons! Maybe it’s the heatwave soaring across the continent right now but it seems like so many of the collections coming out of our favorite fashion brands du jour are very very thirsty – from Acne Studios and their butt-crack-on-display campaign for an iconic bag, to JW Anderson partnering with a beloved queer … Read more

US basketball star Griner pleads guilty in Russian drug trial | Russia-Ukraine war News

American basketball star Brittney Griner, who is jailed in Russia, has pleaded guilty to drug possession and smuggling during her trial in Moscow, but said she had no intention of committing a crime. Russian news agencies and Reuters quoted Griner as saying that she had acted unintentionally because she was packing in hand. “I’d like … Read more