There’s a distinct correlation between parental addiction and child abuse and neglect. A parent’s addiction to drugs or alcohol is a factor one third of the time children are placed in foster care, according to the Child Welfare Information Gateway of the U.S. Department of Health & Huma…
More and more, we’ve been able to cover community libraries popping up across the county and reopening in the face of the catastrophic budgetary nightmare.
At first glance, it’s heartening to see that several Douglas County schools are above the curve in rankings recently released by U.S. News and World Report.
Get your lifetime senior pass for the national parks and federal recreational areas by Aug. 28, or it’ll cost eight times as much, headlines have blared through the summer months.
We’d like to take a moment to commend the community members who are spearheading efforts to make Roseburg a healthier, safer place to live by improving bicycle safety.
One doesn’t like to look a gift horse in the mouth. But what do you do when your son receives a generous gift, and your daughter’s overlooked?
If there’s one thing the massive crowd at Douglas County’s first food truck challenge could attest to, it’s that people love eating good food on Fourth of July.
The American Legion Baseball Commission went to the city council this week to ask for permission to start fundraising for artificial turf at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field in Stewart Park. It’s a project estimated to cost $750,000.
When Plan A, a taxing district to support a fully-staffed countywide library system, crashed and burned, rejected by Douglas County voters in November, few people expected the libraries to survive.
The News-Review’s prep athlete of the week banquet was the official end of the high school sports season, and summer sports have already started in Douglas County as the Dr. Stewart’s Legion baseball team played its first two games this weekend and schools are getting ready to shut their doo…
When the Roseburg Public School District announces they’ll be reducing the number of teacher’s aides, but claims that with a little re-training of its teachers an even better educational system is on the horizon, it’s hard not to see that as the district putting a brave face on one more hit …