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High, Olako Admit To Roles in Drug Ring

August 27, 2014 Lucas N. High and Cara Olako pleaded guilty Monday to their part in a large prescription drug trafficking ring. U.S. Attorney William . more »»

New Providers Qualified to Offer Veteran Services

August 27, 2014 Federally Qualified Health Centers, along with a few other entities, are now qualified providers for veteran health care services. Area veterans can now use CHANGE, Inc. more »»

Police Reports

August 27, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Narcotics Found At 11:06 p.m. Monday, police went to an area of Chapline Street, where they found narcotics. Public Intoxication At 12:26 p.m. more »»

Strawberry Festival Yields $2,000 for Soup Kitchen

August 27, 2014 A local church’s Strawberry Festival has yielded a $2,000 donation for the Soup Kitchen of Greater Wheeling, along with money for other organization. more »»

School Officials Discuss Road Slip, Departure of Brooke Resource Officer

August 27, 2014 Brooke County school officials on Monday voiced concerns about a road used by many students traveling to and from Brooke High School. more »»

Church Prayer Vigil Set for Today

August 27, 2014 Second Baptist Church at 717 Adams St. will be the site of a prayer vigil at 7 p.m. today concerning events in Ferguson, Mo. Several area ministers and community leaders are scheduled to speak. more »»

Bank Robbery Suspect Has Past Convictions

August 26, 2014 Robberies of the WesBanco banks on Wheeling Island and in St. Clairsville on Saturday are not William McBride Jr.’s first bank heists. more »»

Park Students Score High

August 26, 2014 More Wheeling Park High School students than ever are taking the ACT college achievement test, and they’re also scoring well above the average for students across West Virginia, principal Amy Minch... more »»

‘Permission’ Kids Will Get Bumped According to Law

August 26, 2014 An influx of students in some of Ohio County schools is forcing “special permission” students to switch institution. more »»

Officials Aim to Expand Youth Reporting Centers

August 26, 2014 Officials with the West Virginia Division of Juvenile Justice are asking the Legislature to look at expanding and improving the state’s youth reporting centers. more »»

Police Investigate Shooting

August 26, 2014 Steubenville police are trying to sort out why two men allegedly opened fire on a park full of people in the 1400 block of Maryland Avenue on Sunday evening. more »»

Police Department Receives $1 Pay Raise

August 26, 2014 The Bridgeport Police Department recently received a $1 hourly pay raise for both full-time and part-time officers. The raise was presented to village council in the form of an ordinance. more »»

New Permanent Sign Honors City Athletes

August 26, 2014 The Weirton community now has a permanent monument to honor all of the professional athletes who have called the city hom. more »»

Class for Gardeners Offered

August 26, 2014 A class to certify Master Gardeners will begin Sept. 30 in Middlebourne. more »»

Police Reports

August 26, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Public Intoxication At 10 p.m. Sunday, police arrested Jacob Lee Ballard in the 1400 block of Market Street for public intoxication and obstruction. more »»

Cera Wants Salt Bidding Probed

August 26, 2014 State Rep. Jack Cera, has asked Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine to investigate the high cost of road salt as area communities attempt to buy the mineral for the winter months. more »»

Castleman Run UMC Celebrates 200 Years

August 26, 2014 The origin of Castleman Run United Methodist Church can be traced to 200 years ago, and church members and guests gathered this past weekend to take part in activities inspired by those roots and... more »»

Marland Heights Pool Lease Moves Forward

August 26, 2014 The Weirton Board of Parks and Recreation will meet for an executive session Wednesday with the Marland Heights Community Association in order to discuss and potentially finalize the lease of the... more »»

Foster Planning to Carry Flag During Full Marathon

August 25, 2014 Joe Foster, who has gained local notoriety for running the past several Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classics in Wheeling holding a large American flag, said he is seeking a new challenge this... more »»

‘Community Resource Reading Room’ Will Be Open to Public

August 25, 2014 Those who need help reading the fine print on a bill, a book or other materials will soon have it at the Seeing Hand Association’s Community Resource Reading Room. more »»

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