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Three Council Seats Up for Grabs in Fall Election

July 10, 2014 Former City Manager Allen Hendershot is among three candidates filed to challenge Councilman At-Large Phil Remke, as Moundsville voters will choose members for three of the seven positions during... more »»

Dirt Moving At Mount de Chantal Site

July 10, 2014 Nearly three years after Wheeling Hospital purchased the former Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy, dirt is moving at the site — but hospital officials said they have nothing to announce concerning... more »»

Moving Earth At Mount de Chantal

July 10, 2014 Nearly three years after Wheeling Hospital purchased the former Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy, dirt is moving at the site — but hospital officials said they have nothing to announce concernin... more »»

Three Council Seats Up for Grabs in Fall

July 10, 2014 Former City Manager Allen Hendershot is among three candidates filed to challenge Councilman At-Large Phil Remke, as Moundsville voters will choose members for three of the seven positions during th... more »»

Belmont County to Buy Pipe, Materials for Bethesda Water Project

July 10, 2014 Belmont County commissioners will advertise for bids to buy pipe and other materials for the Bethesda waterline project. more »»

Two Dead After Trucks Collide At Tappan Lake

July 10, 2014 A semi and a pickup truck collided Wednesday at approximately 7:30 a.m. on U.S. 250 in Harrison County, killing two Ohio men. more »»

Landlords Sue Over Rental Ordinance

July 10, 2014 Less than 24 hours after Steubenville City Council approved a criminal nuisance law that would see property owner pay for repeat visits by the police, the Jefferson County Landlords Association... more »»

Belmont County to Buy Pipe For Bethesda Water Project

July 10, 2014 Belmont County commissioners will advertise for bids to buy pipe and other materials for the Bethesda waterline projec. more »»

Third Fire in Two Months at 31st Street House

July 10, 2014 Firefighters responded to a familiar scene Tuesday in South Wheeling. At midnight Tuesday, They returned to 86 31st St., the same home that burned June 28 and on an unspecified day in May. more »»

Eleven Inducted Into WJU’s Hall of Honor

July 10, 2014 Wheeling Jesuit University alumni from the 2014 reunion classes selected 11 of their peers for induction in the Hall of Honor during Alumni Weekend festivities held last month. more »»

Smoking Ban Gets Minor Revisions

July 10, 2014 Setting aside concerns about economic impact, the Hancock County health board adopted Tuesday a smoking ban that would cover gaming facilities, private clubs, bars and other public places. more »»

Police Reports

July 10, 2014 OHIO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL On July 3, Michael J. Jaeger, 24, of 3612 Chapline St., Wheeling, was arrested for speeding, driving under suspension and failure to appear. Bond was set at $62. more »»

Online Health Records Will Soon Be Available at Wheeling Hospital

July 10, 2014 Patients using the services atWheeling Hospital will soon have the ability to quickly and conveniently access their medical records 24 hours a day. more »»

Residents Concerned About Pub Noise

July 9, 2014 Mozart area resident Tanya Starkey said loud music coming from a nearby bar is causing her to lose sleep and is making it difficult for her to focus on academic studies, but Marshall County Sheriff... more »»

Public Library Steps Up To Save Steelworker Statue

July 9, 2014 The Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County has secured funding to have the 25-year-old steelworker statue moved from its Ohio 7 site to the small park directly across South Fourth Stree... more »»

Public Library Saves Steelworker Statue

July 9, 2014 The Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County has secured funding to have the 25-year-old steelworker statue moved from its Ohio 7 site to the small park directly across South Fourth... more »»

Residents Concerned About Pub Noise

July 9, 2014 Mozart area resident Tanya Starkey said loud music coming from a nearby bar is causing her to lose sleep and is making it difficult for her to focus on academic studies, but Marshall County Sheriff... more »»

Unamin Sand Corp. Planning to Build Silos in Benwood

July 9, 2014 The Unimin Sand Corp. plans to build silos in Benwood to contain their product, and city leaders say the silos are necessary if the company wants to avoid a $500 daily citation in the future. more »»

Council Fills 1st Ward Vacant Seat

July 9, 2014 Bill Zanieski was unanimously chosen to fill the 1st Ward council seat during Monday’s Weirton City Council meeting. more »»

Unimin Sand Building Silos in Benwood

July 9, 2014 The Unimin Sand Corp. plans to build silos in Benwood to contain their product, and city leaders say the silos are necessary if the company wants to avoid a $500 daily citation in the future. more »»

 
 

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