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‘Dawn to Dusk’ Ride to Benefit Local Children With Autism

August 14, 2014 It’s not unheard of for parents of autistic children to drive long distances to bring them to Wheeling’s Augusta Levy Learning Center for therapy — and on Saturday, a group of motorcycle riders will... more »»

Clinical Trials Recognized

August 14, 2014 Clinical trials at Wheeling Hospital’s Schiffler Cancer recently were recognized as high quality following a NRG Oncology Quality Assurance Audit. more »»

Police Reports

August 14, 2014 BRIDGEPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT On Tuesday, police arrested Kevin R. Alredge Sr., 57, of 213 Jacquette St., Bridgeport, for burglary and breaking and entering. Bond was set at $17,5. more »»

WVU Forensic Scientist’s Work Stranger Than Fiction

August 13, 2014 West Virginia University professor Glen Jackson’s work is the stuff of television shows — literally. more »»

Officers Discuss PRO Duties

August 13, 2014 Sgt. John Schultz and Sgt. Tom Howard don’t want to affect the lives of only a few Ohio County school students — they want to help them all. more »»

Ohio County Jail Bill Drops Significantly

August 13, 2014 The amount Ohio County pays the Northern Regional Jail in Moundsville to house its inmates has been dropping significantly in recent months, county commissioners said Tuesday night. more »»

Man Wearing Cast Cleared Of Malicious Assault Charge

August 13, 2014 Clifton Marcus Dent spent the night in jail after Wheeling police accused him of using a cast on his arm as a weapon during a confrontation with a woman —but he was released this morning by Ohio... more »»

Drug Court for Juveniles Comes to Ohio County

August 13, 2014 West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Chief Justice Robin Davis has appointed Ohio County Circuit Judge James Mazzone as the county’s first ever Juvenile Drug Court judg. more »»

City to Open Bids for Diamond Center Demo Friday

August 13, 2014 A bid opening for demolition of the former Howard’s Diamond Center building in downtown Wheeling has been delayed to give contractors more time to prepare their bids. more »»

Mountaineer Petition Will Be Heard

August 13, 2014 The West Virginia Racing Commission could decide later this week whether to shorten the racing year at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort by 14 days. more »»

Police Reports

August 13, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Domestic At 2:35 p.m. Monday, police investigated a reported domestic violence situation on South Huron Street. more »»

Farmers’ Market Has Music And More

August 13, 2014 The Ohio Valley Farmers’ Market will feature live bluegrass, a snack demo for children, a farm toy play area and free samples as well as a variety of local foods and crafts at the Saturday market. more »»

Natural Resource Concerns Addressed for Landowners

August 13, 2014 The West Virginia Agriculture Enhancement Program supports West Virginia’s agriculture community through a series of cost-share practices to which landowners can participate in to reduce soil... more »»

Mountaineer Racing Petition To Be Heard

August 13, 2014 The West Virginia Racing Commission could decide later this week whether to shorten the racing year at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort by 14 days. more »»

Road, Bridge Conditions Brought to Commission

August 13, 2014 Concerns about the condition of a local road and the appearance of the West Virginia side of the Market Street were brought to the Brooke County Commission Tuesday. more »»

Clarington’s Pet Deer Will Be Destroyed

August 13, 2014 For the News-RegisterThere has been plenty of commotion lately in Clarington, all thanks to one little deer. more »»

Shoe Sensation Celebrates Store’s Grand Re-Opening

August 13, 2014 Representatives from the city of Moundsville and the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce participated along with employees of Shoe Sensation in a ribbon cutting for the grand re-opening of the store... more »»

Planning Commission OKs Senior Housing Development

August 12, 2014 The Wheeling Planning Commission on Monday gave the go-ahead for the Welty Corp. to build a dozen townhouse-style senior housing units where the old Kepner mansion once stood along National Roa. more »»

Fetcko’s Contract Is Renewed; Teaching Suspension Remains

August 12, 2014 The Ohio County Board of Education voted Monday to renew the contract of Ritchie Elementary School guidance counselor Kristyn Fetcko. more »»

Contract Awarded For Safety Building

August 12, 2014 The Marshall County Commission will be able to write a check for Phase II of the Marshall County Public Safety Building project. A bid in the amount of $7. more »»

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