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Marshall County Property Transfers

August 12, 2014 The following listings are continued from Monday’s edition of The Intelligencer: Marshall County Oil and Gas Leases for December 2013 The following entered into lease agreements with Noble Energy... more »»

Wine & Jazz Fest To Uncork Aug. 23

August 11, 2014 Come for the wine and stay for the music when the seventh annual Wine and Jazz Festival lights up Wheeling’s Heritage Port on Aug. 23. more »»

Class To Be in Session During School Construction Project

August 11, 2014 As the first day of school draws near for John Marshall High School, school officials are preparing for a few changes to accommodate the ongoing renovation of the school’s entrance. more »»

10 Wild Years for Cabela's

August 10, 2014 TRIADELPHIA — On Aug. more »»

Nearly 4,000 People Are Working at The Highlands

August 10, 2014 TRIADELPHIA — The Highlands would not be the development it is today without Cabela’s opening its doors 10 years ago. more »»

Multiple Arson Fires Concern Neighborhood

August 9, 2014 Fire Chief Larry Helms said Friday’s morning’s structure fires in South Wheeling are definitely suspiciou. more »»

Bordases Named Youth Services Good Samaritans

August 9, 2014 Youth Services System on Thursday honored their 2014 Good Samaritan honorees, Jim and Linda Bordas, at a tribute dinner at the White Palace Ballroom at Wheeling Park. more »»

New Hancock County Elementary School Ribbon Cutting Set for Sunday

August 9, 2014 Area residents are invited to join Hancock County school officials and other guests Sunday for the official dedication of the new Weirton Elementary School. more »»

Commission Picks Firm for Public Safety Building Project

August 9, 2014 The Marshall County Commission will be able to write a check for phase two of the Marshall County Public Safety Building project in the former Jozabeth’s building. A bid in the amount of $7. more »»

Man Allegedly Pawns $10K Worth of Stolen Guns

August 9, 2014 David L. McCracken of Moundsville was arrested Wednesday for allegedly pawning over $10,000 worth of stolen firearms. McCracken, 30, of 404 Brentwood Ave. more »»

Commissioners Grant Road Use, Maintenance Agreements

August 9, 2014 The natural gas and coal industries continue to grow in Belmont County, and this week county commissioners granted road use and maintenance agreements to energy companies conducting operations in th... more »»

Man Facing Charges After Drug Arrest

August 9, 2014 Thaddeus Emrys Richardson is facing three drug charges after Wheeling police found him early Thursday in an alley with a large amount of heroin and a handgun. more »»

Village Seeks Grant For Water Project

August 9, 2014 Bellaire Village Council on Thursday voted to seek a grant through the Ohio Public Works Commission for a supplemental water connection with Belmont County. more »»

Police Reports

August 9, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft At 12:45 p.m. Thursday, police went to a Market Street address regarding an earlier theft from auto incident. MOUNDSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT At 9:57 p.m. more »»

Law Enforcement Gets Steak, Appreciation

August 8, 2014 Law enforcement officers both retired and active joined their supporters for steak and gratitude during the annual law enforcement appreciation picnic Thursday night at Bethlehem Community Park. more »»

Arrest Made in Connection With 1975 Murder Case

August 8, 2014 Stanley Rusnak was always a suspect in the murders of three Jefferson County residents 39 years ago, but it took decades of gathering statements from people Rusnak allegedly bragged to to prove the... more »»

Youth Celebrated at Picnic

August 8, 2014 During the past six years, Youth Services System’s annual picnic for the community has yielded a total of 22,000 participants. more »»

Commissioners Talk Budget In Belmont County

August 8, 2014 Belmont County commissioners had harsh words for Ohio Gov. John Kasich during Wednesday’s meeting as they reviewed local government funding. more »»

Volunteer Fire Department Completes Its First Week

August 8, 2014 The new Bellaire Volunteer Fire Department responded to two calls during its first week of operation, won its first parade trophy and is planning an open house to allow residents to meet the... more »»

Spanish Order to Purchase Former Parish

August 8, 2014 A Spanish religious order signed a purchase agreement Monday night to buy the former St. more »»

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