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West Liberty University Sends A ‘Holiday Card’

November 29, 2015 West Liberty University choir and friends will send its best wishes for a happy holiday season as it presents its annual holiday concert in two free performances at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., Sunday, De. more »»

‘Best Christmas Pageant Ever’ At Towngate

November 29, 2015 Oglebay Institute’s Towngate Theatre heralds the holidays with the hilarious and heartwarming classic, “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. more »»

Symphony, Skaters, Singers Take to Ice

November 29, 2015 Professional skaters, tri-state area skaters and a number of local school choirs will join the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Andre Raphel for a festive evening of skating an... more »»

Orlando Parks Are Not Just For Kids

November 29, 2015 By BETH J. HARPAZ AP Travel Editor A helicopter manufacturer landed a new model chopper at Walt Disney World. A tech conference booked Universal’s Harry Potter park. more »»

Assessing Region’s Efforts to Move Beyond Rust Belt Image

November 29, 2015 A key to Wheeling’s successful redevelopment involves getting “folks on board with a common shared vision for the future,” scholar and Ohio Valley native Allen Dieterich-Ward believe. more »»

Decorating Diva Creates Holiday Wedding Scene

November 29, 2015 I’m sure many antique enthusiasts have already decorated their homes. But if you’re having trouble finding the holiday spirit, look no further than Oglebay Institute’s Mansion Museum. more »»

Business Students Hear From Ziegenfelder Owners

November 27, 2015 The business cold call took on a new meaning for a class of business students as they had a chance to hear from Lisa and Barry Allen of Wheeling. more »»

Families of Drug-Exposed Babies Focus of Conference

November 23, 2015 The Ohio County Partners in Prevention Team with the Ohio County Family Resource Network will be holding the annual Partners in Prevention Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.on Friday, De. more »»

State Funding For Old Pottery Site in Chester

November 23, 2015 By STEPHEN HUBA For The Intelligencer Three years after completing the cleanup of the old Taylor, Smith & Taylor pottery in Chester, the property owner says it is ready to build. more »»

Bianconi to Run for Belmont County Commissioner’s Seat

November 23, 2015 Former Belmont County Commissioner Michael Bianconi has announced plans to run for the seat being vacated next year by Commissioner Ginny Favede. more »»

Surgery Hits the Target

November 22, 2015 Like so many other tweens and teens aspiring to be like Katniss Everdeen from “The Hunger Games” series, Ainsley Gray took up archery after receiving a bow and arrow for Christmas in 2013. more »»

Ball Committee Presents Pages

November 22, 2015 Stephanie Nanners, page chair for the Viennese Winter Ball, has announced the pages for the 35th annual ball in Wheeling. more »»

Cotillion Members Named

November 22, 2015 Photo Provided The 2016 Viennese Ball Cotillion has been announced. more »»

Remembering Yeats

November 22, 2015 Photo by Betsy Bethel From left, David Board, H. John Rogers and Bill Hogan invite the public to the McLure Hotel at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. more »»

Heritage Tourism: Using Travel to Explore Roots and Culture

November 22, 2015 Luong La’s family fled the communist regime in Vietnam in 1979. Now a father of three living in Santa Barbara, Calif. more »»

DiCocco Marks 90 Years

November 22, 2015 Anne Marie Figaretti DiCocco of Wheeling celebrated her 90th birthday on Friday, Nov. 20. She was born in Wheeling on Nov. 20, 1925, daughter of the late Jack and Rose Figaretti. more »»

Special Activities

November 22, 2015 Alpha Delta Kappa Lambda chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, honorary sorority for women educators, will meet at First Presbyterian Church in Moundsville at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2. more »»

Author Helps Kids Relate to Leaders

November 22, 2015 Brandon Marie Miller, an award-winning author of U.S. history books for young people, said her interest in history was fed by visit to historical sites with her parents. more »»

Thankful for Service

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Author Writes to Right Injustice She Sees in World

November 22, 2015 Best-selling novelist Thrity Umrigar — who tackles subjects such as gender exploitation, child abuse, class issues and power — said she writes “to right some kind of injustice that I see in the... more »»

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