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Drug-Free Club’s Merits Debated

October 13, 2015 Wheeling Park High School Assistant Principal Dwaine Rodgers said participating in “Drug Free Clubs of America” allows students to proudly spurn substance abuse, but senior class President Carlo... more »»

Thirty-Five Issues To Be On Belmont County Ballot

October 13, 2015 Martins Ferry is seeking additional dollars to pay for police officers, while St. Clairsville is asking residents to approve three separate changes to its city charter. more »»

Name Of McMechen Firefighter Added To Memorial

October 13, 2015 McMechen firefighters took part in a memorial for firefighter Garry Rose at a dedication ceremony in Charleston on Sunday afternoon, alongside Rose’s family and representatives from firehouses acros... more »»

Mount Zion Cemetery Progress Made

October 13, 2015 A summer of labor has gone a long way toward transforming Mount Zion Cemetery back into the peaceful resting place it was intended to be, thanks to a group of volunteers who refused to stand by and... more »»

Township OKs Property Upkeep Bill

October 13, 2015 By JOSELYN KING Staff Writer Pultney Township residents have six months to haul away junk cars and clean up their properties or they will face a fine as high as $250 a da. more »»

Sleepout in Wheeling To Raise Homeless Awareness

October 12, 2015 The issue of homelessness is one that demands attention, and on Friday Youth Services System representatives were at the Ohio Valley Mall promoting the Wheeling SleepOut set to take place Nov. 6. more »»

Police Reports

October 12, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT During the hours of 6 a.m. Saturday and 2:42 a.m. Sunday, officers also made 11 traffic stops, and answered five miscellaneous calls and two traffic accidents. At 2:42 a.m. more »»

A Splash of Sidewalk Scenery

October 11, 2015 WHEELING — As part of a growing movement to revitalize the artists’ influence in the city, local painters and artisans have signed on to make Wheeling’s parking meters into strikingly individual... more »»

A Little Slice of ‘Home’

October 11, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Halloran’s Home Pizza has been an institution in St. more »»

Voters in Belmont County To Elect Mayors This November

October 11, 2015 As many as seven new mayors could be elected when voters in Belmont County communities go to the polls for the Nov. 3 general election. Contested mayors races will happen in Martins Ferry, St. more »»

Sex Charge Involves 13-Year-Old Victim

October 10, 2015 A Moundsville man is facing sexual abuse charges after allegedly having an innapropriate relationship with a teenage girl. more »»

Traffic Altered Around Plaza

October 10, 2015 Improvements to Market Plaza in downtown Wheeling could bring necessary changes to parking and traffic flow on and around the square. more »»

Police Schooled on Death Notification

October 10, 2015 Dozens of area law enforcement officers were in Wheeling on Thursday to learn how to handle one of the worst assignments they will ever get: Death notification. more »»

Hospital Offers New Addiction Withdrawal Service

October 10, 2015 After years of witnessing drug abuse and overdoses in Marshall County, Reynolds Hospital CEO David Hess decided to make a change in addiction recovery. more »»

State Chairwoman Visits Brooke Democrats

October 10, 2015 By WARREN SCOTT For The Intelligencer The chairwoman of the West Virginia Democratic Party shared thoughts on issues facing candidates in next year’s state and national elections during a visit... more »»

Lesson Taken to Heart

October 9, 2015 As part of St. more »»

Students Told Of Convict’s Choices

October 9, 2015 Theophilus Blackston knows all about making bad choices and the consequences that can result. more »»

El Patron Restaurant Closes After Pill Arrests

October 9, 2015 After police shut down a local business involved in a pill ring Wednesday, Marshall County Drug Task Force officials continue working to solve the epidemic. more »»

DuPont Suit Results In $1.6M Award

October 9, 2015 After three weeks of testimony, a federal jury returned a verdict Wednesday against DuPont in the first of 3,500 cases charging the company knowingly contaminated drinking water supplies around the... more »»

Threatening Calls to Police Lead to Arrest

October 8, 2015 A Pennsylvania man unhappy with the police handling of a criminal investigation took to the phone lines to vent his frustration, allegedly harassing police dispatchers and officers while making... more »»

Former WVU Coach, Valley Native Remembered in Book

October 8, 2015 After a Wetzel County native and Mountain State public figure Bill Stewart passed away in 2012, John Marshall High School history teacher Susan Jones was determined to cement his legacy for the... more »»

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September 29, 2015 I can't understand all the fuss over a lack of turkeys for Thanksgiving. There are plenty of turkeys roaming near where I live as you can see by the photos here. more »

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