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February 7, 2016 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT From 7:31 a.m. Thursday to 4:47 a.m. Friday, officers handled 26 traffic stops, three vehicle accidents and three miscellaneous calls. At 4:47 a.. more »»

2016 West Virginia Candidate Filings

February 7, 2016 Filings for May 10, 2016 West Virginia Primary Election U.S. President — Republican Jeb Bush Ben Carson Chris Christie Ted Cruz Carly Fiorina David E. more »»

Concerns Voiced About Housing Plan

February 7, 2016 By WARREN SCOTT For the News-Register BETHANY— Bethany Council last week heard from residents concerned about plans to develop housing in the area of West Street and Point Breeze Drive. more »»

Bishop Donahue Selects Hall Of Fame Inductees for 2016

February 7, 2016 McMECHEN — The Bishop Donahue High School’s Hall of Fame Committee has announced the 2016 honorees for this distinguished awar. more »»

Northern Panhandle Conservation District Meetings Are Planned

February 6, 2016 McMECHEN — The Northern Panhandle Conservation District, in cooperation with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, will hold two local work group meetings to provide guidance and discuss the... more »»

Ousted Bellaire Councilman Takes Aim at Piatt

February 5, 2016 Bellaire Village Council last month vacated the council seat belonging to Dan Brown, and now Brown says that action wasn’t legal because one member who voted to oust him isn’t himself a certified... more »»

Fairness in W.Va. Discussed at Wheeling Jesuit University Panel

February 5, 2016 Wheeling Jesuit University’s Appalachian Institute hosted a panel discussion concerning lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues in West Virginia at the university’s recital hall Thursday... more »»

New Steubenville City Manager ‘Ready To Work’

February 5, 2016 Jim Mavromatis said he was ready to go to work immediately after being announced Wednesday as Steubenville’s next city manager. more »»

Teachers’ Union Could Issue Strike Notice in Woodsfield

February 5, 2016 Members of the Switzerland of Ohio Education Association authorized the union’s negotiating team to call for a strike if it cannot reach a labor agreement with the board of education. more »»

Wheeling Attorney Sheehan Files to Run for Ohio County Prosecutor Seat

February 5, 2016 Wheeling attorney Martin Sheehan has filed as a Republican to challenge Ohio County Prosecutor Scott Smith. Sheehan served as an assistant U.S. more »»

Benwood Subway Robber Sentenced to 5-to-18 Years in Marshall County Circuit Court

February 5, 2016 The man who pleaded guilty to attempting to rob the Benwood Subway restaurant in June faces up to 18 years in prison, although he may seek to have his sentenced reduced later this year. more »»

Grow Ohio Valley Looking for Growers

February 5, 2016 The ground is cold now, but spring is just around the bend and Grow Ohio Valley aims to be ready. more »»

Embattled Smithgield May Dissolve as Village

February 5, 2016 David Thompson, assistant chief of local government services with the auditor of state, addressed a packed room of concerned Smithfield residents and those of Smithfield Township concerning the... more »»

Two Admit to Child Porn, Firearm Offenses

February 5, 2016 A Northern Panhandle man admitted in federal court this week to possessing child pornography, while another admitted to a weapons charge. more »»

Two Moundsville Men Sentenced in Marshall County Circuit Court in Meth Lab Cases

February 4, 2016 Two Moundsville men convicted of operating or attempting to operate methamphetamine labs were sentenced Wednesday morning, with both facing extended prison sentences for their crime. more »»

Ohio County Middle School Students Fare Well In Forensics Competition

February 4, 2016 The Ohio County Middle School Forensics Tournament is one of the reasons Wheeling Park High School’s speech and debate team has won 36 consecutive West Virginia titles. more »»

Moundsville Water Board Committed To Safe Water

February 4, 2016 As water contamination crises in Flint, Mich. more »»

John Marshall High School Hosts First Special Olympics Basketball Event

February 4, 2016 Students from around Marshall County shot hoops with local educators and teen volunteers Tuesday as part of a new sporting event. more »»

Jefferson County Port Authority to Market Sunset Boulevard Properties

February 4, 2016 The Jefferson County Port Authority is marketing five properties on Sunset Boulevard in Steubenville for commercial development. more »»

Self-Shooting Leads To Domestic Battery Charge in Marshall County

February 4, 2016 Investigation into an accidental shooting more than two weeks ago in Moundsville has led to domestic battery charges against a woman already on probation for attempting to run her husband over with... more »»

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