Editorial: Long empty storefronts are harming city neighborhoods San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco is seeing an odd side effect of gentrification as property values soar and *fresh* construction spruces up neighborhoods. Instead of a rush to cash in ...
Editorial: Influenza is nothing to take blithely Yakima Herald-Republic
Not to go all dystopian on you, but a century ago this month, Yakima must have felt a tad post-apocalyptic.
Editorial: Tighten rules at Pinellas tourism agency Tampa Bay Times
The leader of Visit St. Pete/Clearwater resigns after questions are raised about his travel and spending.
Russell Baker: Wit and Whimsy on Deadline The New York Times
He wrote with humor and grace about events great and small.
Why Trump Still Likes Rudy The New York Times
There are a lot of theories about why Rudy Giuliani is still Donald Trump's lawyer. Maybe his crazed, contradictory rantings are a canny plot to confuse the public ...
Opinion | Editorial: Massachusetts shouldn't depend on Yelp for child-care ratings The Boston Globe
Massachusetts, a leader in quality child care in so many ways, remains behind the curve on monitoring care and sharing that information.
Jones bill would help small oil producers | Opinion / Editorial Choteau Acantha
Most of the Golden Triangle's oil production comes from “stripper” wells. A single stripper well produces less than three barrels of oil daily. By comparison, an ...
Editorial: Family separations may number 'thousands' more than previously reported STLtoday.com
There's renewed urgency for getting a full accounting of the numbers, whereabouts and conditions of immigrant children forcibly separated from their parents.
Opinion: Editorial: Be Part of the Pet Almanac Virginia Connection Newspapers
By Mary Kimm · Wednesday, January 23, 2019 · Sign in to favorite this; Discuss Comment, Blog about; Share this Email, Facebook, Twitter. #The Pet Almanac, a ...
Editorial: Gavin Newsom’s housing hammer San Francisco Chronicle
Gov. Gavin Newsom's threat to deny transportation funds to cities that don't produce sufficient housing has upset local officials from Lafayette to Los Angeles.
The Guardian view on Davos: elites without answers The Guardian
Editorial: Delegates at the World Economic Forum fear a growing public backlash against global capitalism but are not equipped to offer solutions.
Editorial: Despite denial, Muslim group welcome in Fauquier Fauquier Times
The Fauquier County Planning Commission voted unanimously Jan. 17 to recommend that the board of supervisors deny a special-exemption permit to allow ...
Editorial: Local administrators' retirements leave big shoes to fill Times-Citizen Communications
There are some big changes coming this year. At least two major influencers – both working in education – will end long tenures. And the selection of their ...
Editorial: Legislators put plastics in the crosshairs Corvallis Gazette Times
This could be the year when the Oregon Legislature finally gets around to creating statewide rules regarding single-use plastic bags, but the bills we've seen ...
Editorial: Wisconsin should speed up legalization of marijuana Madison.com
Referendums to legalize marijuana passed last fall in 16 Wisconsin counties and cities. Gov. Tony Evers said he would sign a bill to legalize pot, but he should ...
OUR OPINION: Government shutdown politics: A disgrace Sioux City Journal
No one in Washington, D.C., looks good during the partial shutdown of the federal government. Everyone shares blame for what is, in our view, a disgrace.
EDITORIAL: Be a hero, don't drive distracted Crow River Media
If you had the opportunity to save a life, would you take it?
EDITORIAL: Lobbyist bill will ignore transparency | Opinion Green Valley News
Need evidence that our state legislators are tone deaf when it comes to government transparency?
Editorial: Housing authority must see that rentals are livable Longview News-Journal
Raven Morgan had a problem. The house she was renting was infested with fleas. The landlord — Leach Property Management — had dug an open pit ...
Editorial: Arrest reports must remain public | Opinion Plattsburgh Press Republican
As part of his executive budget for next year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed banning disclosure to the public of mugshots and booking information as "an ...