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Day of Caring Shows Spirit of Ohio Valley

September 11, 2014 One day before the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States, an army of volunteers fanned out Wednesday across the Ohio Valley in a true show of American spiri. more »»

Pipeline ‘Pigging’ Becomes A Needed Service in Gas Boom

September 11, 2014 Pumping millions of cubic feet worth of natural gas, oil or natural gas liquids daily will eventually clog up a pipelin. more »»

Council Hears Pitch For New OV Mall Road

September 11, 2014 Several Belmont County officials traveled to Akron on Wednesday to seek funding for two major road projects in the county. more »»

Grant to Help Deputies Stop Criminals in Their Tracks

September 11, 2014 The Ohio County Sheriff’s Department will be getting equipment to stop criminals driving through the county, thanks in part to a joint grant between Wheeling and Ohio County. more »»

Former Steel Mill to Reopen As Transportation Terminal

September 11, 2014 The century-old former steel mill in Yorkville will soon receive a new name and purpose, according to Esmark, the property’s owner for the past two years. more »»

Brooke County Continues Talks On Adopting Smoke-Free Policy

September 11, 2014 The Brooke County commission on Tuesday expressed concerns about plans to adopt a smoke-free policy for public places in the county. more »»

Bethesda Waterline Bids Opened

September 11, 2014 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Belmont County commissioners tried a second time Wednesday to find a supplier of materials for the Bethesda waterline project. more »»

Police Reports

September 11, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft On Wednesday, police investigated a theft of auto report on South Penn Street. Failure To Appear At 2:29 a.m. more »»

Pancakes With Mold At School Removed

September 11, 2014 A malfunctioning freezer unit was responsible for mold appearing on some pancakes served to children at St. more »»

Blue & Gold Thrift Center Reopens

September 11, 2014 A ribbon cutting on Saturday at the Blue & Gold Christian Thrift Store entrance served as the grand reopening of the facility. more »»

Community Resource Fair Set at WVNCC

September 11, 2014 An open house and community resource fair is being held in September on each campus at West Virginia Northern Community College to connect students to campus resources and community members with... more »»

Local Pharmacists Inducted Into WVU School of Pharmacy’s Hall of Fame

September 11, 2014 Roger Cole, R.Ph., and Jason Turner, Pharm.D., were selected for induction into the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy Centennial Hall of Fame on June 14. more »»

County Officials Unclear on OPEB Liability

September 10, 2014 After conducting the annual financial evaluation of Marshall County for the West Virginia Auditor’s Office, auditors Devon Smith and Kenny Drain said they can not tell how much debt commissioners... more »»

Wheeling Island Casino Begins $2.7M Hotel Renovation

September 10, 2014 Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack on Tuesday announced the start of a $2.7 million hotel renovation project. more »»

Local Companies Take Top Honors

September 10, 2014 Natural resources, education institutions and hospitals continue to put people to work in the Northern Panhandle, according to data released Tuesday. more »»

Teacher Suspended Indefinitely

September 10, 2014 Facing five counts of possessing child erotica, John Marshall High School teacher David Duane Will Jr. is now on indefinite unpaid suspension pending the final outcome of the case against hi. more »»

Jefferson County Dog Warden Placed on Leave

September 10, 2014 Jefferson County Dog Warden William Bell was placed on administrative leave Monday after an investigation into an incident Saturday at the county’s animal shelter in which a video shows him striking... more »»

Police Work Is in DNA of Wheeling PD’s Keeni

September 10, 2014 The Wheeling Police Department’s newest K-9 dog, Keeni, is continuing a family tradition of law enforcement service for the state of West Virginia. more »»

Benwood Council Discusses New Cruiser, Memorial

September 10, 2014 Quotes for the purchase of a new police cruiser are “inflated,” Benwood police Chief Frank Longwell told City Council on Tuesda. more »»

Officials Leave Posts

September 10, 2014 Two city officials stepped down from their positions in Weirton at Monday’s City Council meeting. Councilman David Dalrymple resigned after more than 11 years representing his ward. more »»

 
 

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