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Population Dip Continues in Ohio Valley

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — Though the official results of the 2010 U.S. Census have not yet been released, local communities are preparing to see their populations decline. more »»

Super Six Has Big Impact

February 23, 2011 By ART LIMANN Staff Writer WHEELING — Since 1994, the West Virginia state high school football championships have been decided at Wheeling Island Stadium. more »»

Miracle Field Efforts Continue to Progress

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — Official construction of the Miracle Field of the Ohio Valley has not started, but some earth work was conducted in 2010 for free by Tunnel Ridge Coal Mine workers, said Wheeling resident... more »»

Oglebay Institute Big Part of Community

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — Oglebay Institute was formed in 1930 when a group of like-minded citizens, armed with the vision and the philanthropy of the Oglebay family, came together to “contribute to the joy of... more »»

Oglebay Seeks to Leave Good ‘Impression’

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — Visitors to the Ohio Valley often stay at Oglebay Park’s Wilson Lodge, and park officials want their guests to leave with a “good impression” of the area. more »»

Life Is Good in the Ohio Valley

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — If you ask Frank O’Brien, Olivia Litman and Deb Carroll, the Upper Ohio Valley is filled with attractions and culture for all to enjoy. more »»

Foundation Keeps Up With Times

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — Reaching out to various segments of the population, the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley is working to get children up and moving and to prepare adults for the jobs of the future. more »»

Downtowns Are Recovering After Decline

February 23, 2011 WHEELING - Job-sustaining businesses mixed with revenue-generating attractions is typically the formula to a thriving downtown. more »»

Heritage Port Offers Variety of Festivals

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — Situated along the banks of the Ohio River, Wheeling’s Heritage Port continues to draw an ever-growing number of visitors to the city’s waterfront and downtown area with the large... more »»

Capitol Theatre: A Work in Progress

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — More than 52,000 people attended shows at the Capitol Theatre in 2010, which means the local area received a financial boost of about $5 million, Wheeling Mayor Andy McKenzie said this... more »»

Wheeling Symphony Overcomes Challenges

February 23, 2011 WHEELING — When he began as Wheeling Symphony Orchestra executive director in June 2009, Bruce Wheeler knew the challenges that came with the position. more »»

 
 

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