Katelyn Dickey Appointed as New Judge in 7th District Court of Appeals: Making History in Ohio Judiciary

Lisbon, Ohio – Katelyn Dickey has been appointed by Governor Mike DeWine to serve as the Republican primary winner for the vacant 7th District Court of Appeals seat. Her term will commence on April 10, following her resignation as the Columbiana County Municipal Court judge. Dickey emerged victorious in the March 19 primary, securing 69.3 percent of the vote against Mary DeGenaro of Poland, a former Ohio Supreme Court justice who had served as a judge on the 7th District Court of Appeals for 17 years. No other candidates are running in the upcoming November … Read more

Exploring the Aftermath: A Father’s Heartbreak, Gun Rights Advocacy, and Maine’s Long History of Gun Ownership

Lewiston, Maine – Bereaved families and gun rights advocates in Maine are grappling with the aftermath of the state’s deadliest mass shooting. The tragedy has left communities in shock and ignited a passionate debate about the underlying issues surrounding gun ownership. In the town of Lewiston, Tim Boyum, host of Front Porch Politics, sits down with the father of one of the victims. The grief-stricken father shares his heart-wrenching experience of losing his son in the mass shooting, offering a raw and personal perspective on the devastating impact of gun violence. Moving to Surry, Boyum … Read more

Krystyna Pyszkov Makes History as Miss World 2024: A Beauty Queen, Lawyer, and Philanthropist

MUMBAI, India – Krystyna Pyszkova, a 24-year-old beauty queen from the Czech Republic, has been crowned as the winner of Miss World 2024. The prestigious title was awarded to her at a grand ceremony held in Mumbai. Pyszkova, who is also a lawyer and runs a school for underprivileged children, impressed the judges with her grace and intelligence. She was crowned by last year’s winner, Karolina Bielawska of Poland. The Miss World 2024 pageant, which drew participants from 111 countries, marked the return of the beauty contest to India after 28 years. The event showcased … Read more

Breaking Barriers: Greek Novelist & Partner Make History as First Same-Sex Couple Married in Athens City Hall

ATHENS, Greece – In a historic moment for Greece, a Greek novelist and his partner became the first same-sex couple to be married in Athens’ city hall, following the recent legalization of same-sex marriage in Orthodox Christian Greece. The civil wedding ceremony was officiated by Athens’ mayor, Haris Doukas. The couple, Petros Hadjopoulos, who writes under the pen name Auguste Corteau, and lawyer Anastasios Samouilidis, expressed their joy, with Hadjopoulos describing the event as “a dream that we didn’t dare entertain when we were in our teens.” This milestone holds great significance for many individuals … Read more