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Building Early Bonds With Babies

March 27, 2014 All babies are born ready to be part of a relationship. In fact, their very survival depends on it. Children’s relationships shape the way they see the world and affect all areas of their development. more »»

Marockie In Spotlight

March 23, 2014 Distinguished educator and dedicated community leader Dr. more »»

Special Lunch With Books On DVD

March 16, 2014 Internationally acclaimed composer Avner Dorman and Wheeling Symphony Music Director Andre Raphel presented an engaging and informative program Thursday, March 13, for a special edition of Lunch wit... more »»

In Search Of Circus Elephants

March 9, 2014 Have you seen elephants? Specifically, did you ever see the circus elephants tromping across the Wheeling Suspension Bridge in the old days when the circus performances were held at Wheeling Island... more »»

Small Gestures Can Have Great Impact

March 6, 2014 Every once in a while, we meet someone who leaves a lasting impression on our lives. It might be a chance encounter or a side comment from a lifelong friend that leaves its mark. more »»

Rider Is Honored

March 2, 2014 Educator and author Gary L. Rider of Moundsville has been doubly honored for his efforts to record and preserve elements of West Virginia’s histor. more »»

Poet’s Portrait At Library

February 23, 2014 Area residents have a new opportunity to view a portrait of a poet in Wheeling. more »»

Movie Connection For Art Lovers

February 16, 2014 As a result of the release of the new feature film, “Monuments Men,” interest has been renewed in the heroics of the men and women who helped to preserve the artistic and architectural treasures of... more »»

Bravo! Jay Stock

February 9, 2014 Another well-deserved honor is being accorded to master photographer Jay Stock of Martins Ferry. more »»

Look Out For New ‘Lovescapes’

February 2, 2014 As the season of hearts and flowers approaches, the Ohio Valley Young Preservationists group has launched the second annual “All We Need is Love” initiative in the Friendly City. more »»

Weirton Club Marks 90 Years

January 26, 2014 When members of the Weirton Woman’s Club celebrated the organization’s 90th anniversary, the festivities drew an impressive number of past and present leaders of the club. more »»

Linsly Grad Featured In Play

January 19, 2014 Casey Hayes-Deats, a 2006 graduate of Linsly School in Wheeling, is featured in a theatrical production of Martin Crimp’s new translation of Ferdinand Bruckner’s “Pains of Youth. more »»

Teaching Children to Listen ... And Hear

January 17, 2014 Listen, did you hear that? No matter what it is – a story read aloud, directions for an activity, an explanation of a concept – chances are, many students in the class simply didn’t hear it. more »»

Highlight Reel Helps Set Goal for New Year

January 17, 2014 I have never been very good at New Year’s resolutions. It’s not that I don’t keep them, it’s that Dec. 31 always sneaks up on me and I am unprepared. more »»

Paying It Forward Works

January 12, 2014 In recent years, the concept of “paying it forward” — paying for the meal of a fellow customer or the turnpike toll for the occupants of the next vehicle in line — has been popular. more »»

Wheeling Actor Scores Gig

January 5, 2014 Actor Leland Alexander Wheeler, a Wheeling native, has scored his first screen acting gig since moving to Los Angeles this past autumn — a featured role that entailed filming in, of all places,... more »»

Video Honors Military

December 29, 2013 Marisa Chamberlain, a former Moundsville resident who now lives in Nashville, has posted a YouTube music video to honor U.S. men and women in military service. more »»

A Game Changer for Local Dramatists

December 22, 2013 Bravo to Wheeling dramatists Jeremy Richter and Ron Scott Jr. whose play, “Changing Game,” has been selected for a production in New York Cit. more »»

Ringing In The Season

December 15, 2013 The holiday season brings a wealth of musical experiences to area audiences, and some of those performances continue today. more »»

Lessons from Disney and 19th-Century Fairy Tales

December 13, 2013 While I will leave movie reviewing to my capable friend, Bill Hanna, I am compelled to recommend that you go see “Frozen. more »»

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