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Lawyer Has License Suspended

September 20, 2014 The West Virginia Office of Disciplinary Counsel has suspended the law license of Wheeling defense attorney Richard Hollandsworth for 90 days, effective Thursday. more »»

County’s Juvenile Drug Court Opens

September 20, 2014 The newly created Ohio County Juvenile Drug Court will give offenders a second, third, fourth or, in some cases, more chances to resolve their addiction problems without going to jail. more »»

Mural Unveiled at ‘Madison Square Garden’ Schoolyard

September 20, 2014 Madison Elementary School Principal Walt Saunders hopes a splash of color is just what’s needed to re-ignite a stalled project. more »»

Indicted Man Pleads Innocent in Weirton Bomb Case

September 20, 2014 A man indicted by the Hancock County grand jury for allegedly placing three bombs around the Weirton Municipal Building in May had his first hearing in Hancock County Circuit Court this week. more »»

NAACP To Honor Pitts Siblings

September 20, 2014 The NAACP will host their second annual Wheeling Branch Freedom Fund Banquet, where they honor Rosie, Connie and Donald Pitts for their work in the communit. more »»

Police Reports

September 20, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Fraud At 1 p.m. Thursday, police arrested Heather Cost, no address given, for fraud in connection with an access device. Domestic At 1:55 a.m. more »»

Officials: Common Core Getting Results

September 19, 2014 Common Core standards are helping Ohio County students achieve higher scores on standardized tests, district officials said Thursday. more »»

Crew Gets to Work On Plaza Project

September 19, 2014 The sight of cracked concrete, construction equipment and orange traffic barrels in downtown Wheeling means one thing: Work on a new-look Market Plaza, at long last, is underway. more »»

Earth Is Moved for AEP Transmission Line Restoration Effort

September 19, 2014 Earthwork in Ohio and Marshall counties is all part of a major American Electric Power transmission line restoration project, officials said this week. more »»

Downtown’s Flatiron Building May Get New Life

September 19, 2014 One of downtown Wheeling’s most recognizable structures that has been vacant for years has new owners and, quite possibly, a new futur. more »»

Light Load on Grand Jury Docket

September 19, 2014 With only 20 indictments returned by the Sept. 8 grand jury, the criminal dockets for the September term of court will be light for circuit judges James Mazzone and David Sims. more »»

New Police Chief Selected

September 19, 2014 Weirton police Sgt. Rob Alexander was selected as the new chief of the Weirton Police Department at a special City Council meeting Wednesday. more »»

Children at Least Six Months Old Are Eligible for Flu Shot

September 19, 2014 With the annual influenza season just around the corner and school already under way, it is not too early for parents to get their children vaccinated against the seasonal flu. more »»

Police Reports

September 19, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Self Inflicted Wounds At 7:15 a.m. Thursday, police went to Lane A, between Water and Main streets, in regard to a man who appeared to be bleeding. more »»

WesBanco Signs Pledge of Support for Troops

September 18, 2014 WesBanco President and CEO Todd Clossin said his company is always open to hiring members of the military and supporting them in their times of nee. more »»

Murder Case Set for Trial

September 18, 2014 The trial for a Burgettstown, Pa., man charged in the shooting death of Jason Lee Pratz is set for Nov. 17. more »»

Fair to Help Homeless Veterans Back on Feet

September 18, 2014 Homeless veterans who need help finding a place to live, a job and a health care checkup can get it during the Veteran Stand Down, the first event of its kind to be held in the Ohio Valley since the... more »»

Thirty-Four Linsly Students Named AP Scholars

September 18, 2014 Thirty-four Linsly students, including 15 from the graduated Class of 2014 and 19 from the Class of 2015, have earned the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of their... more »»

Chambers of Commerce Team Up for Event

September 18, 2014 Marshall County’s newest banquet hall was the site for the first-ever joint gathering of the Marshall County and Wheeling Area chambers of commerce Wednesday. more »»

Kappel Receives Taylor Liberal Arts Award

September 18, 2014 Gary H. Kappel, a history professor at Bethany College, has been named the recipient of the John R. Taylor Award in the Liberal Arts at the college, according to Bethany President Scott D. Miller. more »»

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