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Film Features Area Woman’s Creations

January 1, 2012 Happy New Year, readers! Another year has come and gone, and a “fresh” new year has arrived. May the coming year bring peace, happiness, good health and prosperity to our readers. more »»

Season Remains Magical

December 25, 2011 Merry Christmas, readers! It’s not often that Christmas falls on Sunday, so today is a rare opportunity to extend Yuletide greetings of the season to our friends and readers on Christmas Day. more »»

Holiday Inflatables: Tacky Or Delightful?

December 17, 2011 Inflatable holiday decorations — either you love them or hate ’em. more »»

Area Native’s Screenplays To Be Aired

December 11, 2011 Former Wellsburg resident Jay Cipriani has written the screenplays for two Christmas films that are airing on Ion TV during this holiday season. The family films also are available on DV. more »»

Gaga’s Grandma Gets Nod for Sauce

November 27, 2011 Ronnie Bissett of Glen Dale is famous now and her cranberry sauce is famous, too, all thanks to her famous granddaughter, Lady Gaga. more »»

Historical Society Leader Steps Down

November 20, 2011 Another era in Wheeling has ended, but a new phase has been launched in its stead. The Wheeling Area Historical Society held its final meeting Monday evening, Nov. 14. more »»

‘Person Of Interest’ Is Wheeling Native

November 12, 2011 Area fans of the new television drama, “Person of Interest,” will see a familiar name in the credits this week. Wheeling native Sean Hennen, who is a member of the writing staff for the J.J. more »»

Mary Beth Hughes Honored

November 6, 2011 Well-deserved recognition was accorded to Wheeling resident Mary Beth Hughes who was honored as an outstanding community volunteer by West Virginia Northern Community College representatives las... more »»

Wheeling Native Receives Surprise

October 29, 2011 Have you ever seen anyone be truly surprised? Well, I can now say that I have. more »»

Wheeling Ranks Nine In Affordable Housing

October 16, 2011 Area residents who happened to look at the home page Thursday, Oct. 13, saw a familiar scene. more »»

‘Men Who Built America’

October 9, 2011 West Virginia native Sam Holdren is visiting Wheeling to seek locations for filming scenes of a mini-series, “Men Who Built America,” to be broadcast on the History Channel. more »»

Name-calling, relational bullying can hurt

October 5, 2011 The old adage “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” couldn’t be further from the trut. more »»

‘Warrior’ Film Released

October 1, 2011 Several Wheeling residents are excited by the release of the long-delayed feature film, “Warrior,” which was shot on location in the tri-state area. Leonard Rycerz Jr. more »»

Wheeling Native Is ‘Person Of Interest’

September 25, 2011 Wheeling native Sean Hennen has joined the writing staff of the new CBS drama, “Person of Interest. more »»

Cruise Brings Amazing Encounter

September 18, 2011 When Rachel Sincavich of Wheeling went on an Alaskan cruise this summer, an encounter that began as a potential local coincidence turned quickly into an amazing encounter with an internationally... more »»

School Bells: Cultivating and Attitude of Gratitude

September 16, 2011 When I was in graduate school, I had a professor who closed every email with the word, “Cheers.” It caught my attention and offered a sense of celebration for the work we were doing togethe. more »»

Wheelingite Involved In Energy Center

September 10, 2011 In the “good news” department, we have learned that Dr. more »»

Renowned Artist Dies At Age 80

September 4, 2011 Another distinguished member of the Wheeling Hall of Fame has died. Less than a week after the Most Rev. Bernard W. more »»

Author Honored For Fort Henry Work

August 28, 2011 Just in time for next weekend’s observance of Fort Henry Days comes word that Gary Timmons of Wheeling has been honored for his Fort Henry-related research work. more »»

Discovery is parents' first move in childhood depression battle

August 26, 2011 If you found your child’s diary, would you read it? Marie’s mother did, and it saved Marie’s life. Fifteen Tylenol tablets was the only escape from the pain sixth-grader Marie could think of. more »»

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