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Groups Say Little Blue Run in Chester a Concern

July 29, 2015 By STEPHEN HUBA For The Intelligencer Local and national environmental groups are lining up against a request by FirstEnergy Generation Corp. more »»

City to Consider Park Upgrades

July 29, 2015 Benwood’s city park is more than 40 years old, and council members think the facility might need a facelift — and perhaps a new pool. more »»

BOE Looks Into Truancy Policy

July 29, 2015 Marshall County parents and guardians may be required to adhere to stricter truancy rules for their children in the coming school year as board of education members considered a new, stricter... more »»

Man Allegedly Grabs Cash, Makes Dash

July 28, 2015 Wheeling police are looking for a man they believe staged a broad daylight robbery Monday outside WesBanco’s downtown branch. Detective Sgt. more »»

Police Chase Ends With a DUI Arrest

July 28, 2015 By ALAN OLSON Staff Writer A man led police on a chase through Moundsville late Sunday, resulting in several charges and a damaged cruiser. According to a report, Moundsville Pfc. more »»

New Organ Draws National Attention

July 28, 2015 Installation of the custom-designed Marshall & Ogletree Opus Ten organ at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Wheeling is attracting national attention. more »»

Police Chief Gives Resignation

July 28, 2015 By MOLLIE WARNER For the News-Register The hunt is on for a new police chief in the village of Bethesda after the resignation of former chief Fred Thompson at last week’s council meetin. more »»

Schools Set Goals For Maintenance

July 28, 2015 Ohio County Schools maintenance director Brian Harto told board of education members Monday night his goals for completing work orders in the schools more quickly at less cost. more »»

Witt Named Executive Director Of Alumni, Community Relations

July 28, 2015 West Liberty University named longtime employee Ronald “Ron” Witt Jr. to the position of executive director of alumni and community relations recently. more »»

Alleged Sex Offender Turns Himself in to Authorities

July 28, 2015 A Cameron man accused of molesting a young girl over the past eight years turned himself in to authorities Monday morning after warrants for his arrest were issued last wee. more »»

‘Toast of the Vineyard’ Scheduled for Aug. 1

July 27, 2015 By JOSELYN KING Staff Writer There will be wine tasting, a charity auction and the chance to help children when Harmony House hosts its upcoming “Toast of the Vineyard” fundraiser. more »»

Plaza West Donates Proceeds to the United Way

July 27, 2015 Representatives from The Citizens Bank and Riesbeck’s Food Market recently presented a check in the amount of $3,143 to George Smoulder, executive director of The United Way of the Upper Ohio Valle. more »»

Property Transactions

July 27, 2015 BROOKE COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSFERS - June 1 — Erik S. Teaters to Joshua Robert Cassella, property in Weirton, $107,000. - June 1 — Jeffery Hastings Jr. more »»

Mucci: JB Green Team Misled City Officials

July 27, 2015 By DAVE GOSSETT For The Intelligencer Steubenville Mayor Domenick Mucci said Wednesday he remains very disappointed in a decision made earlier this week by the JB Green Team board of trustees to... more »»

Schools to See Windfall

July 27, 2015 By MARK J. more »»

A.L.I.V.E.’s New Sex Assault Advocate Speaks to Rotary

July 27, 2015 By MARK J. MILLER For The Intelligencer The sexual assault advocate for the Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments Inc. more »»

George Ash Receives VFW Honor During National Event

July 27, 2015 By SHAE DALRYMPLE For The Intelligencer George E. Ash Sr. more »»

Locally Grown: Farming Spans Generations

July 26, 2015 MARTINS FERRY — The Pickens family farm on Beech Spring Road has received a rare designation among farms in Ohio, as it was named a Bicentennial Farm by the Ohio Department of Agriculture. more »»

Marshall County Farm Works to Establish Community Presence

July 26, 2015 As interest in non-GMO and organic produce grows in the Ohio Valley, new farmers Kevin and Katie Howard are looking to expand their business outside of Moundsville. more »»

Italian Festival Off & Running

July 25, 2015 Whether they rolled bocce balls on a court, ate meatballs on a stick or enjoyed the serenity of Little Italy, thousands of patrons packed Heritage Port Friday for the 33rd annual Upper Ohio Valley... more »»

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