The First Minister's appearance at the inquiry looking into Holyrood's handling of harrassment complaints against Alex Salmond was still dominating Sunday's opinion page pieces.Here is The Herald’s pick of those editorials.
Often, as important as the capabilities of the tools in a tool box is the order in which those tools are used.
It’s been less than a decade since Washington voters led the nation in approving a new approach for cannabis.
Dear Readers of the Herald, This letter is written to extol the virtues of my friend Mike Sistrunk.As many readers of The Herald will know, Mike recently resigned from his position as Co-County Manager of Lee County.
AT The Herald, we have our standards, don't you know.I can imagine the headlines if we hadn't: "Fury as "we couldn't care less" attitude is slammed."
Susan Egelstaff: 'I think the Olympics will go ahead' With the Covid-19 pandemic wreaking havoc on Scotland's sports scene, it's been tricky for the country's talented athletes.
The Herald: Lord Dunlop joins as a columnist ANDREW Dunlop, a former adviser to David Cameron, is joining The Herald as a columnist.He says: "I was brought up with the Glasgow Herald as it then was.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney REGARDING Rebecca McQuillan's article ("The Tories overplayed their hand – most Scots still trust Sturgeon", The Herald, March 5), while the Conservatives overplayed their hand on the eve of the First Minister's evidence to the committee, it is commendable that both Labour and the LibDems
Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried is renewing calls for a federal investigation into vaccine access in Florida.Gov.Ron DeSantis called the allegations "total politics."
Lesley Riddoch: Covid has revealed governments' true colours Award-winning broadcaster Lesley Riddoch has joined The Herald's team of columnists.She'll be bringing a unique perspective on issues facing Scots in 2021 exclusively to Herald subscribers.
A recent story in The Herald recounted a 214-page report by Judge Anita Faris regarding a deputy prosecutor withholding evidence in a criminal case (“Excoriated by judge, prosecutor not punished by boss or bar,” The Herald, Feb. 28).
Students face extensive wait times, ability to build own meals Lines outside the doors of the Sharpe Refectory have become a new normal since the dining hall’s transition from offering preselected meals to a new “build your own” model, which offers students more variety. The change was prompted by student feedback
HERMITAGE — A candidate for Mercer County Court of Common Pleas claimed an endorsement he never received in what he called a misunderstanding.
VPIED search committee discusses criteria for successor, seeks community input prior to September decision The search committee consists of administrators, faculty members, staff and students, and it will release a decision on Delalue's replacement by September. The University has formed a search committee to find a successor for Vice President for Institutional
Panellists at The Herald's post-Budget Briefing REMOVING the complexities out of taxation and simplifying the process for businesses must be addressed if the economy is to thrive – that was one of the key messages to come out of The Herald’s post-Budget Briefing yesterday with Liz Cameron, chief executive of
The panel at The Herald's post-Budget Briefing yesterday WITH this week’s forecast by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) of a much faster return to pre-pandemic levels of output than previously suggested, the backdrop was set for Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget following a year defined by Covid-19 – with the
Gov.Ron DeSantis denied Thursday that he had anything to do with providing COVID vaccines to a wealthy, gated Florida Keys community in January ahead of other state residents.
First responders from Alabama and Tennessee gathered in Wetumpka this week to take part in a five-day water rescue training course offered through Rescue 3 International.
The Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed some newcomers and swore in members to its board of directors and at meeting on Tuesday at Hampton Inn.
The Budget brought a few surprises but was broadly in line with expectations according to the Herald’s expert panel.to discuss the implications of the Chancellor’s announcements.