Jamboree In The Hills Is Back
Jamboree In The Hills will return intact. Changes announced earlier this week concerning the country music show, owned by Live Nation, in Belmont County each July brought a wave of complaints from diehard fans of the country music festival. As a result, Jamboree In The Hills will remain a four-day event, coolers will be permitted on site and the morning fan run will continue to be known as the Red Neck Run, JITH General Manager Kelly Tucker-Jones announced this morning. Also, the name of the festival will not be Jambo Country as announced earlier. It will remain Jamboree In The Hills. ...
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A Martins Ferry man arrested Thursday on drug trafficking charges allegedly was peddling a new substance for addicts to abuse. Terry Francis, ...
Wheeling Central Rallies To Stun Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Chad Clutter Earns 1st Win at John Marshall
MOUNDSVILLE — When Chad Clutter took over the John Marshall boys’ basketball program, he did so knowing work was ahead. An opening loss to ...
Resolving Issues At Apex Landfill
After years of complaints of nauseating odors emanating from the Apex Sanitary Landfill in Jefferson and Harrison counties, it appears the facility’s owner now is ...
Flag Represents the Best in Us
For several days earlier this month, Brown University offered a counseling center on campus, serving hot chocolate and cookies to students made uncomfortable by ...
Silvio “Joe” Perilli, 88, of Wheeling, W.Va., died Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at Bishop Hodges Continuous Care Center. He was born March 28, 2016, in Bretz, ...
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