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Marshall County Students Win Prizes For Good Choices

May 4, 2015 Marshall County administrators and instructors are providing students with incentives to avoid drugs and destructive decision. more »»

 
 
 
Wheeling Does Away With Summer Playground Instructor Jobs

May 4, 2015 With the school year dwindling, local students in need of cash to fuel their warm-weather fun may be on the hunt for a summer job. more »»

Coast Guard Officials Urge Boaters to Stay Safe

May 3, 2015 There is only about one more month until boating season begins on the Ohio River, so marine enthusiasts are encouraged to prepare themselves and their craft for the rolling waters. more »»

Wheeling Fire Department Honor/Color Guard Evolves Since 911

May 3, 2015 WHEELING — Whether it is the local Christmas parade, the West Virginia Super Six High School Football Championship games at Wheeling Island Stadium or events held at Wheeling’s Heritage Port, th... more »»

Talent Show Added to Summer Festival in Wheeling

May 2, 2015 Plans are underway for the annual Ohio Valley Rib and Chicken Festival, set this year for June 26 and 27 at Wheeling Heritage Port. more »»

$5,000 Reward Offered In Suspected Arson in Martins Ferry

May 2, 2015 Investigators believe someone intentionally set fire to an abandoned home on 328 N. Zane Highway early Thursday. more »»

Structural Review Of Mull Center in Wheeling Remains Pending

May 2, 2015 Almost seven months after a shower of bricks fell from one of downtown Wheeling’s tallest buildings, signs reading “Enter at Your Own Risk” and “Dangerous Conditions Ahead” remain posted in the alle... more »»

Off the Hook Ministry Endeavors to Take Kids Fishing at Sally Buffalo Park

May 2, 2015 It has been said you could either give a person a fish or teach them how to fish, and a local ministry is hoping to do both Sunday. more »»

Police Reports, 5-2-15

May 2, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft At 10:53 p.m. Thursday, police investigated a theft report on Warwood Avenue. Theft At 9:54 a.m. Thursday, police investigated a theft report on School Avenue. more »»

Two Candidates Seeking Auditor’s Position in Tuesday’s Primary in Toronto

May 2, 2015 There are two Democrat candidates running for city auditor in Tuesday’s primary. No Republicans filed to run for the office. Lisa Bauman, 52, of 602 S. River Ave. more »»

Wheeling Woman Arrested for Domestic Violence

May 2, 2015 Police officers responded to a domestic call Monday involving a previous domestic battery offender. more »»

Fire Destroys Shed Behind Bellaire High School

May 1, 2015 Fire officials are looking into the cause of a fire that destroyed a large shed, gutted a vacant house and heavily damaged a second house on Noble Street in Bellaire at mid-morning Thursday. more »»

Oglebay's Revenue School Celebrates 50 Years

May 1, 2015 The Revenue Development and Management School recently celebrated its 50th anniversary at Wilson Lodge at Oglebay. more »»

JMHS Welcomes Annual Special Olympics Events in Glen Dale

May 1, 2015 To the coordinators of the Marshall County Special Olympics, the games are all about self improvement, camaraderie and endurance. more »»

Welty Open House Planned

May 1, 2015 Welty Home in Wheeling will hold an open house from 1-4 p.m. more »»

Washington Lands Ex-VFD Chief to Plead Guilty

May 1, 2015 A 2013 embezzlement charge against the former chief of the Washington Lands Volunteer Fire Department will be put to rest today, as the former chief and his wife are set to plead guilty in court. more »»

The Blue Church to Host Art, Music Event Tonight in Wheeling

May 1, 2015 The Blue Church, 1401 Byron St., Wheeling, will host a live concert and art exhibition today as part of First Friday festivities. more »»

Two Facing Drug Charges in Wheeling

May 1, 2015 Wheeling police arrested a man Wednesday for possession of crack cocaine and marijuana and a Martins Ferry man for possession of crack cocaine. more »»

W.Va. Treasurer’s Office Helps Kids Learn Value of Money in Wheeling

May 1, 2015 The West Virginia Treasurer’s Office wants children to learn the value of money so they will be financially responsible adult. more »»

Free Comic Book Day Brings Fans Together

May 1, 2015 Football fans have the Super Bowl. Racing fans have the Indy 500. more »»

Man Charged With Domestic Battery in Wheeling

May 1, 2015 Wheeling police charged a city man Wednesday with domestic battery for allegedly beating and choking his live-in girlfriend. Magistrate Joe Roxby set bond at $5,000 for Robin Lee Carr Jr. more »»

 
 
 

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