June 19 is "Juneteenth," a day that recognizes the emancipation of slaves in the United States. It's a day to reflect on progress over the last 156 years and how much work there still is to do.
May 31 marks the 100th anniversary of the massacre in Tulsa, Okla., that took the lives of scores of Black residents and destroyed 35 city blocks. It should be an occasion for reflection by all Americans.
Keith Russell of Perryopolis has been recognized by the owner-operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) for 36 years of safe, accident-free driving of a commercial tractor-trailer.
The Americans With Disabilities Act, signed into law 30 years ago this week, has allowed individials with disabilities to more fully particpate in this country's life.
The front page of last Monday’s Wall Street Journal included an article portending trouble for businesses not only in the nation’s big cities, but also for retailers, restaurants and other consumer-reliant entities in smaller business hubs such as Uniontown and Connellsville.