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Multiple-Cruiser Police Chase Ends in DUI Arrest in Wheeling

November 17, 2015 Police arrested 38-year-old Ames Livingston for felony fleeing and DUI after a chase that began on Interstate 70 near The Highlands and ended two miles into Ohio on Interstate 470 Saturday night. more »»

Teachers and Students Air Concerns During Wetzel BOE Meeting

November 17, 2015 By LAUREN MATTHEWS For the News-Register Teachers, students and their supporters gathered at the Wetzel County Board of Education office for the second week in a row to stand in solidarity and... more »»

West Liberty University Announces $25,000 Gift Toward Regional Science Fair

November 17, 2015 Science, technology, engineering and math education in the Northern Panhandle received a boost Monday as West Liberty University accepted a $25,000 gift from Southwestern Energy toward the annual... more »»

Steubenville Council Discusses Proposed Water Rate Increase

November 16, 2015 Steubenville officials said Thursday city council may consider an inflationary rate increase for water and wastewater services. more »»

WVDNR: Watch for Deer

November 16, 2015 The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources urges motorists to be more cautious while driving this time of year, as deer/vehicular collisions increase during November. more »»

Steubenville's Vacant Council Seat Has Three Applicants

November 16, 2015 So far, three residents of Steubenville’s 4th Ward have indicated interest in the council seat vacated this week by Angela Kirtdoll. more »»

Drilling Permits

November 16, 2015 Ohio County Property Transactions For October 2015 Oil and Natural Gas Sales - Oct. 23 — Gregory George to Golden Eagle Resources, minerals in an unspecified area of the county for $102,720. more »»

Property Transactions

November 16, 2015 Belmont County Mineral Leases For October NOTE: American Energy-Utica recently changed the name of its company to Ascent Resources. - Oct. more »»


November 15, 2015 LIMESTONE — A Marshall County family’s farming lifestyle has earned them not just a supplemental income, but in recent weeks also statewide acclaim from the West Virginia Conservation Agency. more »»

Annual Light-Up Night Set

November 15, 2015 The sixth annual Light-up Warwood Night will be held starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1 in Garden Park. The event is conducted by the Warwood Lions Club. more »»

Mikayla Schultz Wins State Piano Competition

November 15, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — For three years in a row, a West Liberty University music student has earned the top prize in piano performance at the West Virginia Music Teachers’ Association (WVMTA) collegiate... more »»

Straub Automotive Fights Breast Cancer by Establishing Fund

November 15, 2015 TRIADELPHIA — Starting in late September and throughout the month of October, Straub Automotive in Triadelphia has created a special fund to include $100 for every car sold during this period to... more »»

West Virginia Northern Community College Designated Military Friendly

November 15, 2015 WHEELING — West Virginia Northern Community College has been designated a 2016 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds. more »»

Wellsburg Museum Exhibit Pays Tribute to Chernenko

November 14, 2015 Leaders of the National American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor Museum at the Brooke County Public Library on Wednesday unveiled a new exhibit paying tribute to the late John G. Chernenko. more »»

Wheeling's Festival of Trees Features A Range of Decorating Styles

November 14, 2015 Materials used to decorate Christmas trees featured in Oglebay Institute’s Festival of Trees run the gamut from “Peanuts” — the comic strip characters — to pasta. more »»

Jefferson County Community Action Council Under Fire

November 14, 2015 An independent review of the Jefferson County Community Action Council recommended several changes to the agency’s management team during a three-hour, closed door session Wednesday. more »»

New Martinsville's Magnolia Students Mourn Loss of Beloved Teacher

November 14, 2015 Throughout the past two days, Magnolia High School students and staff have mourned the loss and celebrated the life of beloved teacher Mark Lemasters, who died Wednesday after a short illnes. more »»

Marshall County Grand Jury Returns 43 Indictments for November Term

November 14, 2015 Sexual assault and drug charges dominated a list of 43 indictments handed down by a Marshall County grand jury this week for the November term of court. more »»

Wheeling's Catholic Diocese Seeks to Expand Campus

November 13, 2015 The Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston has made significant changes and improvements to the East Wheeling landscape and is banking on the city to help continue those efforts. more »»

Woman Faces Charge Of Attempted Burglary

November 13, 2015 A bystander’s cellphone photo aided in the apprehension of a woman caught allegedly attempting to break into a residence in Marshall County. more »»

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