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ATVs Become DUI Issue in Marshall County

January 8, 2015 Marshall County magistrate Mark Kerwood granted a first-time DUI offender a plea deal for a lesser charge Tuesday afternoon. more »»

City Preserves Local Gym

January 8, 2015 Resolutions for the new year often include fitness memberships, and Cameron officials and community members are working to keep a “gym-next-door” mentality alive in their town. more »»

Spring Indicted for Murder

January 8, 2015 Jeffrey Michael Spring Sr. more »»

Treacherous Roadways Follow First Snowfall

January 7, 2015 A blast of snow covered Ohio Valley roads overnight Monday, forcing school cancellations and causing multiple vehicle accidents Tuesday morning. more »»

City Officials Are Satisfied With Recent Bond Sale

January 7, 2015 Last week’s bond sale to finance major improvements to WesBanco Arena went so well, it leaves room for the city to build convention space should Wheeling leaders choose to go down that path,... more »»

Chamber Leadership Class to Tour Natural Gas Rig

January 7, 2015 Lawyers, bankers and administrators will trade in their dress shoes for work boots when heading out for their tour of a Marcellus shale natural gas drilling rig site as part of the 2015 Wheeling Are... more »»

Ben Franklin to Merge With Dollar Zone

January 7, 2015 Two Elm Terrace Shopping Center stores — the Ben Franklin Crafts store and the Dollar Zone — are merging into one business known as Dollar Zone Plu. more »»

Councilman’s Comment on ATV Ordinance Draws Resident’s Ire

January 7, 2015 The first Moundsville City Council meeting of the year saw a rekindling of the prior year’s grievances, as comments made by Councilman Mark Simms drew rebuke from a Moundsville residen. more »»

Councilman’s Remarks Draw Ire From Resident

January 7, 2015 The first Moundsville City Council meeting of the year saw a rekindling of the prior year’s grievances, as comments made by Councilman Mark Simms drew rebuke from a Moundsville resident. more »»

Commission OKs Hiring Of Assistant Prosecutor

January 7, 2015 At the first Marshall County Commission meeting of 2015, newly minted president Bob Miller and freshmen commissioners Scott Varner and Stanley Stewart approved the hiring of a new assistant... more »»

Ohio County Commissioners Organize for 2015

January 7, 2015 Ohio County commissioners convened their first meeting of 2015 on Tuesday night, during which they chose a commission president and re-appointed staf. more »»

County Sees Fourth School Bus Wreck

January 7, 2015 There were sighs of relief from parents and administrators that no one was injured in Monday’s Hancock County school bus accident, the fourth since the school year started. Bus No. more »»

Man Charged In Shooting Death At Austin Lake

January 7, 2015 Jeffrey Michael Spring Sr., 53, of 3049 Knox Township Road 242, was charged on Monday with murder, with a firearm specification, in connection with the Dec. more »»

Rep. Johnson Announces Academy Nominations

January 7, 2015 Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, has announced Service Academy nominations from Ohio’s 6th Congressional District. more »»

Hancock County Deputies Overcome by Drug Lab Fumes

January 7, 2015 Two Hancock County deputies were injured Monday evening when they were exposed to what are believed to be fumes from an illegal drug lab. The deputies were treated at local hospitals and released. more »»

Murder Suspect to Undergo Incompetency Evaluation

January 7, 2015 A former Bridgeport school counselor accused of killing his wife has been ordered to undergo incompetency testing before another trial date can be scheduled. more »»

Ferns Schedules Series of Town Hall Meetings

January 7, 2015 From staff reports Senator-elect Ryan Ferns has organized a series of town hall meetings in Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall counties to meet with Northern Panhandle residents and get their input... more »»

WVU Extension Service Offers Three Programs

January 7, 2015 It’s that time again for the annual West Virginia University Extension Service educational dinner program. More commonly known as the AG Dinner. more »»

Rare $5 Bill Draws Raves on Auction Site

January 7, 2015 An antique five dollar bill sold as part of State Treasurer John Perdue’s online auctions drew attention from a large auction site, while the treasurer urged more West Virginians to log on and bid. more »»

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