Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Contact Us | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
ODNR Investigating Fish Kill

July 1, 2014 Environmental regulators continue investigating the scene of the Saturday natural gas well site fire near Hannibal, which a spokesman for the Ohio Environmental Council said may have led to the deat... more »»

Many Drivers Are Ignoring Phone Law

July 1, 2014 It has been one year since using a cellphone while driving became a primary offense in West Virginia — but most drivers are still doing i. more »»

Residents Discuss Natural Resources

July 1, 2014 The expanding oil and gas industry, water quality and preserving wildlife were just some of the topics discussed at a Marshall County land management meeting with the West Virginia University... more »»

Students Challenged to Become ‘Mythbusters’ at Governor’s School

July 1, 2014 Eleven Northern Panhandle students are spending 10 days in Morgantown this summer to take part in the West Virginia Governor’s School for Math and Science, where they are learning to become... more »»

Don Clarke Honored By Funeral Association

July 1, 2014 The Ohio Funeral Directors Association presented honors to Don Clarke for 50 years of service as a funeral director, but his work at the Clarke Funeral Home, 302 Main St., began as part of growing up. more »»

Chili Cookoff Yields Record Donation For United Way

July 1, 2014 They came, they saw — and they ate chili. Enough chili, in fact, that the 13th annual Wheeling Feeling Chili Cookoff donated a record $8,632 to the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valle. more »»

Mayor’s Wife Volunteers To Help City Clerk’s Office

July 1, 2014 Benwood Mayor Ed Kuca is especially happy to come to the office these days as his wife, Gerry, is sitting just a few feet away, filling in as the city seeks to hire a new assistant clerk. more »»

Police Reports

July 1, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Child Neglect At 12:15 p.m. Sunday, police investigated possible child neglect in the 1100 block of Hil-Dar Avenue. Theft At 4:35 a.m. more »»

Students Honored For Sports and Academics

July 1, 2014 By KIM NORTH For the News-Register Numerous Bridgeport schools students were honored for various reasons with four middle school students receiving Best of the Bulldogs Awards during a board of... more »»

City Officials Want Boat Launch Reopened

June 30, 2014 City leaders hope officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources will soon re-open the boat launch area leading into the Ohio River on 13th Street, but state officials may take until... more »»

City Crew Working To Repair Broken Sewer Line

June 30, 2014 A sewage line burst near United Dairy in Martins Ferry last week, leaving a stinky mess for city workers to remedy. more »»

Chili Cookoff Brings in Record Donations

June 29, 2014 WHEELING?— They came, they saw — and they ate chili. Enough chili, in fact, that the 13th annual Wheeling Feeling Chili Cookoff donated a record $8,632 to the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley. more »»

Stein Pleads Guilty to Rec League Thefts

June 28, 2014 James Stein is facing two-to-20 years in prison for cashing unauthorized checks from bank accounts belonging to his former wife, a friend and the Wheeling High School Summer League administered... more »»

Police Reports

June 28, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT At 2:50 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to a shoplifter at Walmart. At 6:23 p.m. Thursday, officers were dispatched to 511 Western Ave. to a domestic fight. At 2:33 a. more »»

Property Meeting Set in Marshall

June 28, 2014 Woodland property owners in Marshall County will have the opportunity to discuss potential problems and benefits of the county’s natural resources at a focus group meeting with West Virginia... more »»

Pair Arrested for Alleged Internet Crimes

June 28, 2014 West Virginia State Police arrested Timothy Lee Alley and Brett Robert Carney on Thursday for attempting to solicit 14- and 15 year-old girls over the Internet. more »»

Rollover Accident Results in Injures

June 27, 2014 Two people suffered minor injuries in a rollover accident Thursday at the intersection of W.Va. 2 and Sixth Street, which drew onlookers from surrounding businesses in the middle of the workday. more »»

Hospital Auxiliary Awards Scholars

June 27, 2014 Seven area high school seniors were awarded scholarships during the Auxiliary of Wheeling Hospital’s annual spring dinne. more »»

Hancock Ban On Smoking Up for Debate

June 27, 2014 Although the smoke temporarily has cleared in Hancock County’s debate over a draft Clean Air Regulation, the issue of secondhand smoke once again is on the health board’s agenda. more »»

I am looking for: