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Police Reports

November 11, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT At 5:03 p.m. Friday, police responded to a breaking and entering call on Waynesburg Ave. At 6:03 p.. more »»

Crawford Avoids Jail Time in Drug Trafficking Case

November 11, 2014 Preston Crawford will enter Ohio County’s drug treatment court as an alternative to serving one to 15 years in prison for trafficking drugs. more »»

Freshman Is Memorialized At Catholic Central High School

November 11, 2014 Members of the Catholic Central High School and Phillipson families remembered Cynthia Phillipson with prayers and songs during a memorial Mass Monday morning that was followed by a dedication... more »»

Greenlawn Cemetery Gets Upgrades

November 11, 2014 The Greenlawn Cemetery has a new look thanks to donations earmarked for the Section Marker Signs Project. more »»

West Liberty University Offers ALICE Training to the Public

November 11, 2014 How do you handle a violent intruder in a business or public place? This question is on everyone’s minds today and ALICE training is one way to address the tough topic. more »»

Bordas & Bordas Set to Honor Local High School Students Who Stand Up for Others

November 11, 2014 For the second year in a row, the law firm of Bordas & Bordas is awarding $7,500 to local high school seniors who stand up for others. more »»

Wheeling Park’s STEM Classes Moving Outdoors

November 10, 2014 Wheeling Park mathematics students will be learning beyond the classroom thanks to a generous donation from an educational partne. more »»

Flood of Memories Flow From Painter’s Brush

November 9, 2014 WHEELING — For Patricia Croft, there’s a powerful feeling that comes with recreating what time has worn away, one brushstroke at a time. more »»

‘Show of Hands’ Event Slated for Thursday

November 9, 2014 At first glance, an apartment building, a mobile grilled cheese cart, a woodworking shop and museum exhibit may seem to have virtually nothing in commo. more »»

Bellaire Dance Team Teacher Hanging Up Her Shoes

November 9, 2014 BELLAIRE — When Marion Stolz entered the hospital last fall, doctors didn’t expect her to live, much less make a full recovery and go back to teaching art at Bellaire High School and heading up the... more »»

Pair Shares Tales of Drug Abuse

November 9, 2014 Mark Watson and Anjay Babinchak are on a mission to share their stories with local teens, and they hope to deter them from making destructive decisions that can lead to addiction and stop addiction... more »»

Eagle Manufacturing Set to Expand

November 8, 2014 Eagle Manufacturing will operate a new metal fabrication department at the former Pillsbury building in Wellsburg, officials announced Friday. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va. more »»

Police Honored For Highway Safety Efforts

November 8, 2014 Law enforcement agencies from throughout the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia were honored Friday by AAA East Central for their efforts to keep road travel safe. more »»

Man in Felony DUI Death Freed

November 8, 2014 Ohio County Circuit Judge David Sims on Friday released John Hatfield from prison two years after he killed Stephanie Stahl in a alcohol-induced accident near The Highlands. more »»

City Council Hears Final Budget Requests

November 8, 2014 City officials are exploring the financial impact of a second annual bulk trash pickup starting in 2015. more »»

Police Reports

November 8, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Fight On Thursday, police went to Hil-Dar Apartments in regard to a large fight involving multiple combatants. No arrests were made. Failure To Pay Fines At 9:40 p.m. more »»

Teen Charged in Father’s Slaying

November 7, 2014 A Wellsburg teen accused of murdering her father and a Weirton man facing a kidnapping charge for allegedly holding a woman against her will were among 15 indicted by the Brooke County grand jury... more »»

BOE to Probe Teacher Drug Allegations

November 7, 2014 More than three months after placing Gina Crawford on administrative leave from her teaching position due to drug charges, members of the Tyler County Board of Education this week said they will... more »»

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