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New Voting Machines Arrive in Ohio County

January 27, 2016 More than $1 million worth of new voting equipment arrived in Ohio County this week. more »»

Steubenville Mother Is Sentenced In Death of Infant Son

January 27, 2016 Sara Lathem, who had been charged with aggravated murder in connection with the death of her 5-month-old son, pleaded guilty to two counts of endangering children and was sentenced Monday by... more »»

Marshall County Parent Seeking Board of Education Seat

January 27, 2016 Local parent Adam Truex hopes to bring a new face to the Marshall County Board of Education. Truex recently filed his candidacy for the third district seat, currently held by incumbent John Miller. more »»

Party Center Owner Appeals Jail Sentence

January 27, 2016 The former owner of a Shadyside business is asking an Ohio court to overturn the 18-month jail sentence she received for selling synthetic marijuana. more »»

Marshall County Office of Emergency Management Hires Assistant

January 27, 2016 Staffing at the Office of Emergency Management and preparations for this year’s election were addressed during a brief Marshall County Commission meeting Tuesday. more »»

Wheeling Hospital Opens Dizziness Center

January 27, 2016 Wheeling Hospital’s new Center for Dizziness and Balance offers a multi-disciplinary, comprehensive approach to preventing falls and improving patients’ quality of lif. more »»

Fire Leaves Family Homeless in Lafferty

January 27, 2016 Firefighters are ready at the volunteer fire department to respond to continued rekindlings of a fire that destroyed a family of four’s home Monday night on County Road 10 at Laffert. more »»

Long-Shuttered Resort Will Re-Open Next Year

January 27, 2016 Local skiers will have another mountain to choose from next season. more »»

Possible Wheeling Connection Eyed in St. C. Robbery

January 27, 2016 The hunt continues for a bank robbery suspect who stole an undetermined amount of money Monday, and Belmont County authorities are investigating a possible connection with a Wheeling crime that... more »»

Marshall BOE Hears Request For Competitive Salaries

January 27, 2016 The Marshall County Board of Education heard a request for more competitive salaries during Tuesday’s meetin. more »»

Police Reports

January 27, 2016 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT From 7:29 a.m. Monday to 3:40 a.m. Tuesday, officers handled 15 traffic stops, two vehicle accidents and one miscellaneous report. At 3:40 a.m. more »»

West Liberty University Offers Wild Career Path

January 26, 2016 WHEELING — West Liberty University and Oglebay’s Good Zoo are partnering to create a new zoo science major that will offer students hands-on curriculum in animal care. more »»

Ihlenfeld Takes Drug Message to Students

January 26, 2016 U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld had a serious discussion with local elementary school students Monday about drug abuse. more »»

Blood Drive Helping Red Cross Recover

January 26, 2016 During winter, blood donations often plummet along with temperatures — and the American Red Cross is hoping Monday’s Media Blood Donor Day at WesBanco Arena will help get things back on track. more »»

Insurance Changes Spur Grievance

January 26, 2016 The union representing Monroe County employees has filed a grievance with the county commission, saying members weren’t notified of an increase in health insurance co-pays for 2016. more »»


January 26, 2016 West Virgninia Election Filings For Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 U.S. President John Kasich (R) — Westerville, Ohio City of Wheeling Brian Wilson (NP) — Council, 3rd Ward Tyler County Neil A. more »»

Steelworkers Union Set to Rally Wednesday

January 26, 2016 United Steelworkers Local 2911 members will rally in Weirton this week to show support for the union’s ongoing negotiations with ArcelorMittal. The rally will take place at 3 p.m. more »»

Police Reports

January 26, 2016 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT From 7:31 a.m. Saturday to 5:57 a.m. Monday, officers handled 22 traffic stops, six vehicle accidents and five miscellaneous calls. At 5:57 a.m. more »»

Sand Hill Residents Hit the Books

January 25, 2016 Teachers and parents at a local school are working to keep a love for reading alive in the communit. more »»

Wellsburg Woman Behind Signs of Faith

January 25, 2016 WELLSBURG — Area residents who have passed signs in front of homes that read “God is welcome here” might assume they originate from a national manufacturer of faith-based products. more »»

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