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Pair Is Arrested for Driving Backward, Assaulting Trooper

July 8, 2014 Two Wheeling men were arrested Saturday for allegedly trying to flee police by driving backward up a hill while under the influence and assaulting a state trooper. more »»

Guyer Admits Stealing From Grandmother

July 8, 2014 Brandon Robert Guyer will spend at least six months of a one-to-10-year prison sentence for stealing items from his grandmother’s home. more »»

Summer Traffic Will Be Restricted

July 8, 2014 Motorists in the Wheeling area will be dodging orange barrels for the rest of the summer. more »»

School District To Pay Mays’ Education

July 8, 2014 The Indian Creek Local School District will be responsible for the education costs for Trent Mays, 18, who was sentenced to a state juvenile detention facility in connection with the Steubenville... more »»

Warwood Resident Wants Rundown Houses Razed

July 8, 2014 Warwood Avenue resident Katherine DeSilvestri is tired of looking at two dilapidated houses behind her home, but it appears the view from her back porch won’t be changing anytime soon. more »»

Loew Gets Probation In Credit Card Case

July 8, 2014 Circuit Judge David Sims on Monday sentenced Kimberly Loew to probation and house arrest rather than sending her to prison for four years. more »»

Hospital Has Special Surgical Table

July 8, 2014 Wheeling Hospital has a new special table for spinal surgeries: The Jackson Tabl. more »»

University President Still Learning on Job

July 8, 2014 After one year in his new job, the Rev. Sean O. Sheridan is still teaching and learning. more »»

Rice Paying $336M for Chesapeake Sites

July 8, 2014 After finding 41 million cubic feet of Utica Shale natural gas per day via its Belmont County Bigfoot well, Rice Energy officials are now turning their attention east by paying $336 million to... more »»

Weirton Greek Festival Set to Kick Off

July 8, 2014 An annual summer celebration in honor of Weirton’s Greek heritage is making its return this wee. more »»

Police Reports

July 8, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Battery At 2:53 p.m. Sunday, police investigated a battery on Wheeling Island. more »»

City Demolition Program Targets Dozen Buildings

July 8, 2014 It was hard to see the two-story house at 1225 State St. because of the overgrown bushes and high grass. The first floor windows were boarded over but the front door stood open to an empty interior. more »»

Dentist Donates $25,000

July 8, 2014 By STEPHEN HUBA For The Intelligencer Reid Calcott III’s nostalgia for Chester goes beyond pleasant memories and annual visits. On Sunday, he turned those good feelings into cash with a $25,023. more »»

Teachers Certified

July 8, 2014 Nine Northern Panhandle teachers have achieved National Board Certification this year, a designation that shows they have attained the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students for success... more »»

Health Right Given Supplies

July 8, 2014 Wheeling Health Right is receiving medical supplies valued at $5,000 to $25,000 from the Henry Schein Cares Global Product Donation Program. more »»

Exergaming Is Trending In Cameron High School

July 7, 2014 For Cameron High School physical education teacher Rich Moffo, the school’s new exergaming room is his best tool for getting students excited about gym class as exergaming continues to grow in... more »»

CASA Relocation Is Celebrated

July 7, 2014 On Wednesday, members of three local chambers of commerce and many others got to see progress made by staff and volunteers with A Child’s Place Court-Appointed Special Advocates in renovating their... more »»


July 6, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — Chuck Ghent began his career as a correctional officer at the former West Virginia Penitentiary shortly after a group of inmates took about a dozen staff members hostage on Jan. 1, 1986. more »»

John Marshall Graduate Goes From School to the Sky

July 6, 2014 WHEELING — Dallas resident Caitlin Shaw said she has loved being in a workshop ever since she was a young girl helping her father repair things in their garage. more »»

Art Journey Brings Classes Home

July 6, 2014 COLERAIN — Martins Ferry grade school art teacher Natalie Zambori loves teaching. She also loves art. She filled her summers with art camps, and enjoyed the aspect of teaching art year round. more »»

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