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Amish Buggy Struck by Truck

October 6, 2015 SOMERTON — Potential charges are pending against a man who struck the rear of an Amish buggy early Monda. more »»

TID Preps for Round Two of the Mall Road

October 6, 2015 The Belmont County Transportation Improvement District is preparing for the second phase of the Mall Road Connector Project. more »»

St. C. Officials Talk Fiber Optics

October 6, 2015 St. Clairsville City Council took on some major policy changes when they addressed infrastructure issues Monday. more »»

Meth Lab Found In Wheeling Apartment

October 6, 2015 Ohio County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Fairmont man last week for allegedly operating a meth lab at the Formosa Apartments on Eoff Street in Wheeling. more »»

Beloved Business Goes Up In Flames

October 6, 2015 Fire destroyed a bar and restaurant that was central to the community of Adena early Monday morning. According to John Sebring of the Adena Fire Department, a call came in at about 5 a.. more »»

Moundsville Man Arrested for DUI, Threatening Officer

October 6, 2015 A Moundsville man is in hot water after a confrontation with police Saturday night, when he allegedly nearly struck a pedestrian officer while driving drunk, fled the scene and made violent threats... more »»

ODOT Crews Prepare Equipment for Winter

October 6, 2015 After two harsh winters in which Ohio Department of Transportation Crews have been put to the test, officials said Monday they are beginning to prepare in case Mother Nature throws another curvebal. more »»

Bethlehem Readies for First Halloween Party

October 6, 2015 Bethlehem officials are preparing for the innaugural Community Halloween Party later this month. The party is set for 3-6 p.m. Oct. 31, at the Bethlehem Community Park. more »»

CTE Students Get Hands-On Experience

October 5, 2015 Marshall County’s career technical students are taking more realistic roles in their courses this fall at John Marshall and Cameron high schools, as the district’s simulated workplace concept began... more »»

Fire Department Stressing Importance of Smoke Alarms

October 5, 2015 In conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week, the Wheeling Fire Department is reminding the community about the importance of having working smoke alarms inside your bedroom and how it saves... more »»

Museum Examines More Than a Century of Mountaineer Drilling

October 4, 2015 WHEELING — So excited were Sistersville area oil speculators in the 1890s and 1900s that the town’s population swelled from about 500 residents to roughly 15,000 in just a few years, while about 100... more »»

LaMotte Family Seeks Leniency

October 3, 2015 Beau and Cody LaMotte believe their father is a good man, despite the fact that he will spend at least 18 years in prison for murdering their mother. more »»

Ground Broken For Archival Center

October 3, 2015 As Bethany College’s homecoming weekend began, the Disciples of Christ Historical Society broke ground for its new home on the college’s campus Friday. more »»

Cockayne Farmstead Readied for Autumn

October 3, 2015 The staff at Glen Dale’s Cockayne Farmstead are preparing for another autumn filled with new and returning attractions. The fifth annual Scarecrow Lane at Cockayne begins Oct. more »»

Manufacturers Honor Eagle

October 3, 2015 The National Association of Manufacturers has awarded the Sandy Trowbridge Award to Eagle Manufacturing Company of Wellsburg. more »»

Bomb Threat Delays School

October 2, 2015 A bomb threat made Wednesday against Sherrard Middle School led to a two-hour delay to classes as police searched the building, finding no danger to students or faculty. more »»

Final Two Pleas in Break-in Spree

October 2, 2015 Two individuals were sentenced Wednesday for their role in a string of break-ins across Marshall County. Rachel Midcap, 20, pleaded guilty to one count of entry of a building other than a dwelling. more »»

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