Monday May 13
The Plain Dealer
Extraterrestrial intelligence, elephants 'talking' - Strange But True
A: The most astronomers can say after 50 years of a search for extraterrestrial intelligence , or SETI, is that there's no convincing argument for why alien civilizations cannot exist, says astrobiologist Paul Davies in his book "The Eerie Silence." "Of course, we cannot prove a negative.
'Class of Forever Young' relives senior prom with North Hills students
If you could turn back the clock and relive your senior prom, would you? It happened at the Vincentian Home in McCandless, where residents of the assisted living facility shared a dance with seventh- and eighth-graders from North Hills Junior High School.
3 suspected drug traffickers arr...
All three are accused of selling heroin to confidential informants from the Major Crimes Task Force over the past several months, according to a press release from the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Herald Star Online
Emily Stella Olenick
OLENICK, Emily Stella, 89, of Weirton, passed away Tuesday, May 7, 2013, in the home of her daughter, Constance Joyce in Steubenville, Ohio.
Caribbean News Now!
St Vincent PM addresses diaspora in Britain
HIGH WYCOMBE, England -- Following the Commonwealth high level conference on governance for small island states in London, the prime minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines Dr Ralph Gonsalves led a delegation to the SV2G School of Pan Music in High Wycombe before a town hall meeting organised by the SVG High Commission.
Guilty pleas in weapons case
A Vincent husband and wife found growing marijuana in their backyard both pleaded guilty Friday to having weapons under a disability but will avoid drug charges because law enforcement officials first entered their property without a warrant.