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Routine Traffic Stop Results in Three Drug Arrests

July 2, 2015 Police arrested a Wheeling woman and two others on multiple charges Tuesday as the result of a routine traffic stop on Eagle Ave. Lisa Arlene Hinerman, 46, of 126 Valley Blvd. more »»

Weirton’s New Mayor Takes Oath

July 2, 2015 A fresh city administration took office Tuesday evening as the newly elected mayor and members of Weirton City Council were sworn in by 1st Judicial Circuit Judge James Mazzon. more »»

County Museum Nominated For Ohio Historic Award

July 2, 2015 The Belmont County Museum has been nominated for a State Historic Preservation Office Award. more »»

Police Reports

July 2, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Petit Larceny At 4:50 p.m. Tuesday, police investigated a petit larceny report in South Wheeling. Brandishing At 8:51 p.m. more »»

Man Facing Gun Charge

July 2, 2015 Wheeling police arrested a McMechen man Wednesday for having a concealed deadly weapon without a permit and for underage drinking. At 12:26 a.m. more »»

Judge Gaughan Receives Sendoff

July 2, 2015 A parade of court and law enforcement officials, attorneys, community leaders and citizens from three counties lined up in the courtroom at the Brooke County Courthouse on Tuesday to wish Judge... more »»

Tempers Flare at Council Meeting

July 2, 2015 A heated argument between two Steubenville councilmen Tuesday night brought a strong rebuke from a city resident. more »»

Two Arrested in Raid of Alleged Meth Lab

July 1, 2015 Police arrested a Moundsville couple and removed a child from a Dorsey Street home late Monday after uncovering an alleged meth lab ther. more »»

Fork Ridge VFD OK’d For EMS Service

July 1, 2015 Marshall County commissioners on Tuesday cleared the Fork Ridge Volunteer Fire Department to provide emergency medical service, effective today, despite concerns voiced by other area EMS agencies... more »»

School Board Talks on Bullying, Classroom Issues

July 1, 2015 The Marshall County Board of Education addressed several issues including bullying, grading systems and classroom distractions during their Tuesday meeting. more »»

Judge Delays Competency Ruling In Brooke County Murder Trial

July 1, 2015 A judge has delayed ruling on whether Rocco Zuccaro’s Brooke County murder case will move forward, as prosecutors and Zuccaro’s attorney continue to disagree on his competency to stand trial. more »»

Lincoln High Reunion Planned for Saturday

July 1, 2015 There will be laughter, tears and great memories shared this Saturday, July 4, when students from the former Lincoln High School get together from “morning until evening” at Sonneborn Shelter in... more »»

Independence Day Festivities Celebrated With Arts in the Park

June 30, 2015 The tradition of Arts in the Park on July 4 will continue in 2014 at Bruce Park in New Martinsville. The Friday festivities will last from 1-5 p.. more »»

Competency at Issue In Brooke Murder

June 30, 2015 By WARREN SCOTT For the News-Register The competency of the defendant in the Jason Pratz murder case to stand trial was the focus of a preliminary hearing Monday in Brooke County Circuit Court. more »»

McMechen Plans Festival to Revive Riverfront

June 29, 2015 The city of McMechen is working to re-establish their riverfront as a Marshall County tourism and recreation landmark. more »»

Prowler Call Ends in 80 MPH Chase

June 29, 2015 A call to the Moundsville Police Department in which a woman feared for her safety quickly developed into a high-speed chase before the suspect’s apprehension by Moundsville and Marshall County... more »»

I-470 Traffic Signals Go up at Interchange

June 29, 2015 The installation of temporary traffic signals began last week at the Interstate 470 and Ohio 7 interchang. more »»

Arena Facade Work Getting Under Way

June 29, 2015 In the 37 years between the Doobie Brothers’ April 1977 concert to open the brand-new Wheeling Civic Center and the band’s return to Wheeling last year, not much about the building — other than the... more »»

WLU Physician Assistant Program Wins Recognition

June 29, 2015 West Liberty University’s Physician Assistant Studies Program recently earned the nation’s highest accreditation rating possible. more »»

Officer Is Hired For Elementary Schools

June 29, 2015 Ohio County Schools now has one more law enforcement agent working with students in their schools. more »»

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