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Cops Urge Caution in Break-In Spree

September 8, 2015 After numerous burglaries and vehicle break-ins in recent weeks, Moundsville police are urging caution to residents and visitors in the lots on 12th Street. more »»

Kovalyk: Drug Dealers Not Afraid of Jail Time

September 8, 2015 Bellaire Police Chief Mike Kovalyk said he has noticed an ongoing trend in law enforcement, and it’s that officers find themselves arresting the same person “four or five” times on the same drug case. more »»

Prosecutor Talks About Prostitution Problem

September 8, 2015 After 10 years as Steubenville’s police prosecutor, John Mascio Jr. is familiar with the prostitution problem downtown. more »»

Ziegenfelder’s Offers Place For Firefighters to Train

September 7, 2015 The temperature reached into the high 80s Thursday as Wheeling firefighters put on their gear and began training in the shadow of one of the coolest businesses in the city: The Ziegenfelder Company. more »»

Regatta Marks Decade at Port

September 7, 2015 Wheeling’s Heritage Port saw its 10th annual Vintage Raceboat Regatta on Sunday, ending another year of fast boats and historical boat displays on the Ohio River According to co-founder Debbie... more »»

Little Ones Get in the Swing of School

September 6, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — The 4-year- boy sat on a swing on the West Liberty Elementary playground with a desire to move forward and fly high. more »»

Ohio EPA Says There Are About 30 Species of Fish in McMahon Creek

September 6, 2015 NEFFS — Those looking to see a few dozen types of fish need not go to an aquariam. They need only to go to McMahon Creek between Bellaire and Warnock. more »»

Four Welcomed to WJU

September 6, 2015 WHEELING - Wheeling Jesuit University welcomed four new faculty members for the 2015-16 academic year, and recently recognized a number of employees for their years of servic. more »»

Students Begin With New Bag, Supplies

September 6, 2015 WHEELING — Each and every student of Ritchie Elementary School began the 2015-2016 school year with a new book bag and school supplies. more »»

OVMC Selected to Join Baby-Friendly Initiative

September 6, 2015 WHEELING — Ohio Valley Medical Center has been selected to be among the first hospitals in the nation to join the EMPower Initiative to enhance maternity care practices and work toward achieving th... more »»

Mom Found Fit to Stand Trial

September 5, 2015 A woman charged in connection with the death of her 2-year-old son will be heading to trial on Oct. 1 after she was determined to be competent to stand trial. Channe M. more »»

Linsly Adds To Campus

September 5, 2015 The Linsly School opened its doors to the 2015-16 school year with a full school, a new theme — “Focus on your potential, instead of your limitations” — and most recently, a new property acquisition... more »»

Marshall County Circuit Court Hears Several Felony Pleas

September 5, 2015 Marshall County Circuit Court saw several pleas for felony cases Friday morning. Judge David Hummel heard the cases of four locals on charges ranging from grand larceny to embezzlement. more »»

Man Will Be Jailed For Sex Offense

September 5, 2015 By FRED CONNORS Senior Staff Writer Ohio County Judge James Mazzone on Friday sentenced a Wheeling man to 36-to-80 years in prison for sex crimes against his former girlfriend’s daughter. more »»

Local Police Officers to Participate in Tour de Force

September 5, 2015 A Wheeling police officer and West Virginia State Police Trooper assigned to the Brooke County Detachment will ride their bicycles from New York City to Boston as part of this year’s Tour de Force... more »»

Agricultural Students Honored

September 5, 2015 After spending their summers completing various community projects and work, Cameron High School agriculture students were honored on a state and national level this summer. more »»

Slip Repairs Will Be Costly

September 5, 2015 Jefferson County commissioners were informed Thursday by county Engineer James Branagan of the need for more than $400,000 in slip-repair project. more »»

United Way Campaign Kicks Off Wednesday

September 5, 2015 The 2015-16 United Way Campaign is asking everyone to “Step up to the plate and help us hit at least $808!” And that figure for the Campaign goal is at least $808,000, said Mollie Neely, 2015-16... more »»

Ex-Senator to Seek Wetzel County Commission Seat

September 4, 2015 Former West Virginia Sen. Larry Edgell will seek a seat on the Wetzel County Commission in 2016, and he says he has no plans to return to Charleston. more »»

Wheeling Regatta Offers Kid-Friendly Fun

September 4, 2015 Families in search of inexpensive fun this weekend need not look any further than the Wheeling Vintage Raceboat Regatta, where children will find plenty to do in addition to watching daredevils... more »»

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