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Historic Tours Part Of Ohio Convention

October 7, 2012 When the Ohio Questers’ fall convention is held in Belmont County this week, the members’ itinerary includes tours of historic sites that have received grants from the organization. more »»

Sexual Abuse Prevention Trainer: Adults Must Take Responsibility

October 1, 2012 In light of the arrest of a Wheeling Park High School senior on charges of sexually abusing two girls ages 8 and 10, a local child sexual abuse prevention trainer encourages parents and other adults... more »»

Curtains Up On Hilltop Players

September 30, 2012 Opening the season with the American theater classic, “The Crucible,” West Liberty University is planning a season to entertain and delight at Kelly Theatre. more »»

Mother, Daughter Battle Syndrome

September 23, 2012 Parents and children may rejoice when they share traits and interests — but not when that joint heritage is a genetic link to a life-threatening disease. more »»

‘In My Own Words’

September 23, 2012 OK, I was scared. I admit it. more »»

A Portrait Worth A Thousand Words

September 15, 2012 West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman, who is accustomed to creating vivid literary images in poems, short stories and children’s books, had the tables turned when he was asked to pose for a... more »»

CEOS Still Relevant

September 9, 2012 Nearing the century mark, the Community Educational Outreach Service remains relevant in Ohio County, with five clubs fulfilling a mission that is summed up in the organization’s nam. more »»

West Liberty Celebrates 225 Years

September 2, 2012 When area residents gather Saturday, Sept. 22, to celebrate the town of West Liberty’s 225th anniversary, they can enter a building that is believed to be the original Ohio County courthouse. more »»

Master Photographer Captures Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel

August 26, 2012 As the legacy of an Ohio Valley industrial giant dims, a master photographer recaptures visually the heat of the blast furnace and the glow of the steelmaking process. more »»

Jewish Bicyclists Pedal to Promote Agricultural Sustainability

August 19, 2012 Cycling for sustainable communities, a group of Jewish bicyclists pedaled through Wheeling this month on a cross-country trek to promote agricultural sustainability. more »»

The Brightest and Boldest Go Back to School

August 11, 2012 Bold patterns and hues in jeans and tops. Bright neon in everything from shirts to shoelaces. more »»

Moundsville Girl Wins State Writing Contest

August 10, 2012 Ever wonder what happened after the tortoise beat the hare in the classic children’s tale? Zara Zervos, a 9-year-old Moundsville girl, got to thinking about it, too, and decided to write a story... more »»

Wheeling Symphony Auxiliary to Hold Event Aug. 25

August 5, 2012 The Wheeling Symphony auxiliary is holding a “Farm to Fork” event at Millie and Terry North’s Lawrencefield Bed and Breakfast in Wheeling Saturday, Aug. 25. more »»

Presenting...Wheeling Steel

July 29, 2012 A long-awaited book project documenting “It’s Wheeling Steel,” the storied national radio program that originated in the steelmaker’s hometown, is nearing completion. more »»

Elmhurst Hosts Celebration

July 22, 2012 There’s an old saying that “some things never change,” but at Elmhurst, The House of Friendship, a senior retirement residence in Wheeling, the residents, staff and supporters are applauding all of... more »»

Monet’s Garden

July 14, 2012 Claude Monet’s canvases are alive and well ... ... and growing at the New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, N.Y. more »»

Heritage Trip Planned

July 8, 2012 Area residents who were intrigued when August R. Carlino, president and chief executive officer of Steel Industry Heritage Corp. more »»

Chautauqua Institution: For the Heart, Mind and Spirit

July 8, 2012 Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. That word could sum up my week at Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, N.Y. more »»

Schrader Center to Host Program for Tri-state Educators

July 6, 2012 Educators throughout the tri-state who are interested in sparking creativity in children through nature and technology are invited to a free program at Oglebay Institute’s Schrader Environmental... more »»

Paisley Foundation Awards Crittenton a Kindermusik Grant

July 6, 2012 Crittenton Services Inc. has received a gift of $500 from the Brad Paisley Foundation to be used to offer Kindermusik classes for young mothers and their children this summer. more »»

 
 

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