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Homelessness Rising, Funding Remains Flat

February 7, 2015 The Greater Wheeling Coalition for the Homeless will receive about $437,000 from the U.S. more »»

County Leases 72 Acres to Tug Hill

February 7, 2015 The Marshall County Commission on Friday approved a lease agreement with Tug Hill Operations, providing rights for the oil and gas company to operate on 72 acres of county land. more »»

Middle School Students Take Stage in Forensics Event

February 7, 2015 More than 100 Ohio County middle school students took part last week in the annual Middle School Forensics tournament, with top finishers being named in five competitions: poetry, declamation,... more »»

5-Month-Old’s Death Ruled Homicide

February 7, 2015 Jefferson County Sheriff Fred Abdalla said a preliminary autopsy report on a 5-month-old boy who died early Monday showed the death is a homicide. more »»

Mom Pleads Guilty in Drowning Death

February 7, 2015 A Steubenville woman who was charged after her infant son drowned April 2 while she was passed out in a bathtub pleaded guilty Thursday before Jefferson County Common Pleas Judge Michelle Miller. more »»

Police Reports

February 7, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Multiple Charges At 1:22 a.m. Friday, police initiated a traffic stop on Kruger Street at Shafer Avenue. more »»

Federal Judge Approves Pre-Trial Treatment for Man in Drug Case

February 6, 2015 A Glen Dale man facing federal drug charges is now permitted to enter a treatment facility after his pre-trial release bond was revoked due to a urine drug test. more »»

Lawmakers Reflect on Session

February 6, 2015 Republican and Democrat leadership spoke on the first three weeks of the 2015 Legislative session Thursday, and while both groups talked about cooperation each still showed prominent divides along... more »»

Business Leaders Weigh In on Topics

February 6, 2015 Labor and industry representatives expressed concerns Thursday over several bills being considered by the West Virginia Legislature. more »»

Sargus Is New Chief Judge

February 6, 2015 After serving four years as a prosecutor and 16 as a federal judge, Belmont County native Edmund A. Sargus Jr. has become chief U.S. District judge for the Southern District of Ohio. more »»

City Seeks Help Dealing With Dilapidated Houses

February 6, 2015 Moundsville City Council, at the recommendation of Bel-O-Mar Regional Council, will explore the possibility of applying for outside assistance in reclaiming the city’s dilapidated buildings. more »»

City Updates Citation System

February 6, 2015 The city of McMechen created a more efficient citation system for police and municipal workers this wee. more »»

Police Reports

February 6, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Public Intoxication At 7:32 p.m. Wednesday, officers went to Virginia Street for a medical emergency. Vandalism At 10:30 a.m. more »»

Murder Suspect Faces More Charges

February 6, 2015 A man facing charges of murder and felonious assault has been indicted on new charges in Harrison County. Matthew M. more »»

Educator Indicted For Child Porn

February 5, 2015 A Moundsville educator was indicted Wednesday on federal charges of alleged possession of child pornography, according to U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld. Duane David Will Jr. more »»

High School Students Open Up About Dating Violence

February 5, 2015 In light of recent high-profile domestic violence cases, local educators are working to teach teens the difference between love and abuse. more »»

Mayors Tout Their Cities Accomplishments During Group’s Meeting

February 5, 2015 Benwood City Clerk Judy Hunt said her city’s rainy day fund contains $1.6 million, thanks to an increase in business and occupation tax money being collected from companies in the municipality. more »»

Temple Shalom Set to Celebrate the Year of Trees

February 5, 2015 As the cold winds of winter swirl about our feet, the congregation at Temple Shalom in Wheeling is thinking about the blossoming trees in Israel. At 6 p.m. more »»

Man Enters Guilty Pleas in July Robbery, Assault

February 5, 2015 Two individuals suspected of robbing a Jewett home last July appeared in Harrison County Court on Tuesday, with one pleading guilty for his involvement in the crime. Bryan . more »»

Wheeling Continues to Upgrade Water Meters

February 5, 2015 New water meters equipped with cutting-edge technology are helping Wheeling stem the flow of revenue loss due to inaccurate readings. more »»

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