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Corbett Marks Her 70th Julibee

October 26, 2014 Sister Maria Joseph Corbett, CSJ, is celebrating her 70th jubilee with family and friends at Mount St. Joseph in Wheeling today, Oct. 26. The celebration includes Mass and a luncheon. more »»

Toys, Collectible, Historical and Needy!

October 26, 2014 Antiques enthusiasts love old toys. more »»

Bucon Celebrates 90th

October 26, 2014 Virginia Bucon of St. Clairsville celebrated her 90th birthday Friday, Oct. 24. She was born in Wheeling on Oct. 24, 1924, the daughter of Joseph and Teofila Podeszwa. more »»

Hoagy’s Heroes Donates $4K to Augusta Levy Center

October 24, 2014 Hoagy’s Heroes Long Distance Charity Riders of Wheeling presented a $4,000 check to Augusta Levy Learning Center, an autism treatment program in Wheeling. more »»

Linsly Marks ‘The Big One’

October 19, 2014 With more than 500 Linsly alumni and guests from 30 states, the District of Columbia, and three foreign countries representing 65 different alumni classes spanning over 70 years, it doesn’t get much... more »»

Looking for a Bargain? Try Shopping for Wooden Furniture

October 19, 2014 What a bargain! Often an authentic antique sells for less than a modern cop. more »»

Hovatter’s Zoo a Great One-Day Road Trip

October 19, 2014 KINGWOOD, W.Va.—Fused into the landscape of rural Preston County at Kingwood—about two hours from Wheeling—Hovatter’s Wildlife Zoo is a great trip destination. more »»

Steenrod Students Get Firsthand Lesson About Cancer

October 19, 2014 Though he has leukemia, Ben Byrum considers himself “lucky.” “If you have to get one, it’s the best one to get. ... Cancer can be a bad thing, but in my case it is not. I’m healthy, I’m happy. more »»

Christening Gowns: Lacy, Sentimental & Quite Collectible

October 19, 2014 The fragile beauty of lace makes it a study in contrasts because it is both delicate and powerful. more »»

Christening Gowns: Lacy, Sentimental & Quite Collectible

October 19, 2014 The fragile beauty of lace makes it a study in contrasts because it is both delicate and powerful. more »»

Franklin Marks 105th

October 19, 2014 Erma Franklin, a resident at Mound View Health Care in Moundsville, celebrated her 105th birthday on Tuesday, Oct. 4. She was born on Oct. more »»

Wheeling SleepOut Welcomes Miss W.Va.

October 19, 2014 Paige Madden, Marshall County native and reigning Miss West Virginia, wants to eradicate domestic violence by keeping the issue front and cente. more »»

Amos Reaches 100 Years

October 19, 2014 Ora Amos celebrated her 100th birthday on Friday. She was born on Oct. 17, 1914. She is a member of Mount Olivet United Methodist Church. more »»

More Than a Walk in Stalks

October 19, 2014 Oglebay Institute is celebrating the fall season with its first corn maze on the lawn of the Stifel Fine Arts Center. This festive family experience is more than just a walk through the stalks. more »»

Special Activities

October 19, 2014 Program Hal Gorby, area historian and visiting assistant professor at West Virginia University, will present a program on a colorful period in Ohio Valley history at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. more »»

Savory Tart For Brunch Or Dessert

October 14, 2014 We weren’t sure whether this slightly sweet, slightly savory, very Italian pear tart belonged best at brunch or dessert. And then we realized it doesn’t matte. more »»

Not Your Mother’s Chicken Noodle Soup

October 14, 2014 Much as we love a classic chicken noodle soup, we decided to mess with ours a bit. The essence of the dish stayed the same — chicken and noodles swimming in chicken broth. more »»

Comfort in a Bowl

October 14, 2014 When I was a kid, creamy tomato and rice soup was one of my go-to comfort foods. My mom would make it for me, and she would make it from a box. more »»

 
 
 

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