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Salvation Army Kettles Out

November 17, 2014 Heralding the arrival of the Christmas season are not only the hanging of lighted snowflakes and other decorations above city streets and the hanging of wreaths and candy canes in storefronts but... more »»

National Christmas Tree to Pass Through

November 17, 2014 For the past 50 years, a beautiful tree has appeared on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., during the holiday season. The U.S. more »»

County Braces for Flu

November 17, 2014 As the cold weather sets in, several factors contribute to a sharp increase in the flu, rates for which frequently peak in January and Februar. more »»

Landmark Getting Rehab

November 15, 2014 It may be the “World’s Largest Teapot,” but size isn’t always the most important thing. In the case of Chester’s most famous landmark, unmistakable at the junction of Carolina Avenue and U.S. more »»

Warner Receives Bronze Star

November 15, 2014 West Virginia native Nicki Warner was awarded a Bronze Star and promoted to First Lieutenant last week in a ceremony at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan. more »»

Pair of Early Morning Fires Wreak Havoc for Homeowners

November 15, 2014 A pair of fires broke out before sunrise Friday on U.S. 250 south of Moundsville, destroying one unoccupied home, while leaving the owners of the second with a renovation project. Just before 10 p. more »»

Murder Suspect Pleads Innocent

November 15, 2014 Murder Suspect Michael Chris LaMotte pleaded innocent to one count of aggravated murder with a firearm during arraignments held Thursday before Belmont County Common Pleas Judge John M. Solovan II. more »»

Gas Group To Host Event

November 15, 2014 The Ohio Valley Oil and Gas Association will hold the Industry Matchup/Speed Networking Event from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday at Wheeling Island Hotel and Casino in Wheeling. more »»

Three Sentenced for Drug Trafficking

November 15, 2014 Senior U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp sentenced Gary “Moe” Wade, Kristen Nieman and Devon Bertram to federal prison Friday for cocaine trafficking. U.S. more »»

Man Dies in Truck Crash

November 15, 2014 A Wheeling man died following a crash with a tractor-trailer late Thursday on Ohio 7 in West Wheeling. more »»

Police Reports

November 15, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Warrant Served At 11:30 a.m. Thursday, police went to the Ohio County Magistrate Court to serve a domestic battery warrant on Larry Cheak, who had turned himself in. more »»

Harrison County Prosecutor Resigns

November 14, 2014 Harrison County Prosecutor Michael Washington resigned at the Harrison County commissioners’ meeting Wednesday. Washington submitted his resignation, which will take effect today. more »»

Sparks Faces Multiple Charges

November 14, 2014 Ohio County Deputy Sheriff Josh Sipos arrested William H. more »»

Electrician Lights Up Courthouse Trees

November 14, 2014 For 53 years, Earl J. Collins has served the city of Moundsville as an electrician with his personally owned company, Collins Electric. more »»

WVNCC Search Down to Three

November 14, 2014 The top three finalists’ names for the presidency of West Virginia Northern Community College have been announced and the candidates are scheduled to be on Northern campuses next week. more »»

WVDOT: New Elm Grove Bridge Lower by Design

November 14, 2014 A new bridge being constructed in Elm Grove will be lower than the old one, but officials say it was designed that way to accommodate some residents’ concerns related to lighting, a state Department... more »»

Steelworker Statue Moved

November 14, 2014 The Ohio Valley Steelworker statue did not go quietly Wednesday morning. more »»

Four Defendants Sentenced in Federal Court

November 14, 2014 Chief U.S. District Judge John Preston Bailey sentenced three people to prison for drug offenses and one for a child pornography charge Thursday in federal court in Wheeling. more »»

Ohio County Employees Get Raises

November 14, 2014 Ohio County employees are set to receive an early Christmas present in the coming days after county commissioners approved $1,000 pay raises for them Thursday. more »»

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