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Police Reports

August 8, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Domestic Battery At 3:45 a.m. Thursday, officers went to the 4500 block of Water Street where they arrested Leslie D. Haubeil, of Wheeling, for domestic battery. more »»

Relay for Life Changes Woman’s Outlook

August 7, 2014 The first time Cathy Meigh attended the Ohio County Relay for Life, she couldn’t understand why people were laughing and having a good time. more »»

Local Foods Trending

August 7, 2014 Standing next to long rows of hundreds of tomato plants, Cameron farmer Michael Dunn and Marshall County Schools Nutrition Director Debbie Derico talk about the benefits of offering fresh, healthy... more »»

Law Meant to Protect Sanitation Workers From Drivers

August 7, 2014 A new state law is meant to protect sanitation workers from careless drivers, but it is only going to work if people heed the measure, a city official said. Gov. more »»

Crack Sold Near School

August 7, 2014 Devinne Hollie is facing one-to-15 years in prison after admitting she sold crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of a Wheeling school. more »»

Council Says Yes to Roundabout Project

August 7, 2014 Steubenville City Engineer Michael Dolak said contracts will be signed next week and $1 million in Federal Highway Administration funds will be encumbered so the proposed Lovers Lane roundabout... more »»

Inmate Allegedly Assaults Correctional Officer

August 7, 2014 A Northern Regional Jail inmate has been charged for allegedly forcibly throwing a correctional officer to the ground. more »»

Police Reports

August 7, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Warrant Arrest At 5:25 p.m. Tuesday, police went to a 48th Street residence to investigate a tenant-landlord dispute. more »»

Residents Treated to A ‘Night Out’ on the Town

August 6, 2014 Local residents got a night out Tuesday to meet Wheeling’s first responders, see their vehicles and equipment and learn crime prevention tip. more »»

Street Closures Upset Local Business Owners

August 6, 2014 Several Jefferson Avenue business owners are angry about recent street closures they believe cost them sales, but Moundsville City Manager Deanna Hess said traffic must be curtailed occasionally to... more »»

Carbon Monoxide Legislation Discussed

August 6, 2014 A movement started to protect area students could soon spread throughout West Virginia. more »»

Judge Warns Of Email Scam

August 6, 2014 U.S. District Court Judge John Preston Bailey is warning the public about a new federal jury email scam that could lead to identity thef. more »»

Man Charged With Kicking Pregnant Woman

August 6, 2014 A Cameron man was arrested Monday for allegedly kicking his pregnant girlfriend in the back and upper leg during an argument. Thomas Eugene Allen Jr. more »»

Heath Charged With Taking Sex Video of Minor

August 6, 2014 A Cameron man was arrested Friday after police discovered a sexual video of a minor on his cellphone. more »»

County Commissioner: No Plan to Raise Taxes

August 6, 2014 Ohio County Commissioner Randy Wharton said the county has no immediate plans to increase taxes for residents, and also will work in the coming months to eliminate its small amount of day-to-day debt. more »»

Police Stun, Arrest Intoxicated Boater

August 6, 2014 Powhatan police arrested a man Saturday after they found him attempting to load a boat onto his trailer while intoxicated. more »»

Brooke Commissioners Talk Grants, Projects

August 6, 2014 Brooke County commissioners Tuesday reviewed several letters received from the Community Development Division of the West Virginia Development Office. more »»

Police Reports

August 6, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT DUI Crash At 11 p.m. Tuesday, police charged Kevin Goodwin, 61, of Wheeling, with DUI first offense, following a two vehicle crash at 12th and Market streets. more »»

Coat Closet Gets $10,000 for Coat Purchases

August 6, 2014 The Belmont County Coat Closet will continue operation this year following a $10,000 donation from Belmont Savings Bank. The coat closet opens for the season on Oct. more »»

 
 

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