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Wheeling Woman Is Weight Watchers Leader of the Year

May 17, 2013 Weight Watchers leader Becky Castilow is "the epitome of everything we're looking for in a staff member," Donna Diserio said. more »»

‘Civil War and Other Tales’

May 12, 2013 As part of the sesquicentennial observance of the Civil War and West Virginia statehood, a “Civil War and Other Tales” historic walking tour of Mount Wood Cemetery in Wheeling will be offered from... more »»

Ohio Native's Work Featured in Harvard Educational Review

May 10, 2013 An article by former Martins Ferry resident Michele K. more »»

‘It’s Never Too Late’

May 5, 2013 By LINDA COMINS Life Editor Friends of Wheeling officials presented three preservation awards — all given to college students — at the preservationists’ annual dinner Wednesday, May 1. Dr. more »»

Urban Expert Says: Restore Downtown ‘One Building, One Project at a Time’

May 5, 2013 WHEELING — Saying “it’s never too late,” urban land use expert Ed McMahon has urged community leaders to restore and revitalize Wheeling’s downtown “one building, one project, at a time. more »»

Children's Home Society Marks First Year in Northern Panhandle

April 29, 2013 Families interested in fostering or adopting children in the Northern Panhandle have a new resource in a very old state organization: the Children’s Home Society of West Virginia, which will... more »»

A Musical Milestone

April 28, 2013 It was 1980 when DeEtta White met Joyce Jingle. Jingle was “brand new,” she recalls. “She was still jingling!” White, a teacher at Madison Elementary at the time, was supposed to mentor Jingle. more »»

Ohio Valley Native Creates Perfect Gift Book for Mom

April 28, 2013 It could have been serendipity that took Laura Lynn Brown’s book, “Everything That Makes You Mom: A Bouquet of Memories,” from a pack of Post-It notes to an essay to a published book. more »»

Country Day School Invites Public to Discovery Day

April 26, 2013 Three hours of enriching children’s activities, from literature to music to origami, will take place Saturday at the free Community Discovery Day event at Wheeling Country Day School, 8 Park Road. more »»

Women Helping Women: Paper Bead Jewelry Sale Benefits Northern Uganda War Victims

April 22, 2013 By BETSY BETHEL Associate Life Editor It has been almost a year since Wheeling native Natalie Committee received an overwhelming response at a hometown event at which she sold jewelry made by women... more »»

The Circle of Giving

April 21, 2013 The Women’s Giving Circle continues to widen, expanding its philanthropic reach to assist women and girls in the Upper Ohio Valley. more »»

Autism Youth Group a Fun, Safe Outlet

April 18, 2013 Anita Boston’s son Dylan was 9 years old when he asked her why no one else in his small class at Sts. James and John Parish School in Benwood had autism like he did. more »»

Activity Day Will Benefit Local Babies

April 15, 2013 A “kaleidoscope” of fun activities is on tap Saturday during the first Kaleidoscope fundraiser for the Gabriel Project of West Virginia Inc. more »»

Taste of the Valley

April 14, 2013 The Rotary Club of St. Clairsville will be holding its biggest annual fundraiser from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, April 18, and it’s a sure bet that no one who attends the big event at the James E. more »»

Think Fast: Student ‘Bystanders’ Tested On Decision Making

April 7, 2013 Some local students will attend a “party” on Wednesday where they will be faced with a decision that potentially could change their lives and the lives of their fellow party-goers forever. more »»

Popular Mommy Blogger Melton Spreads Message of Love

April 1, 2013 Five years ago, Glennon Doyle Melton decided she was going to “live out loud. more »»

Treasures For Everyone

March 31, 2013 Founded in 1954, the Oglebay Institute Antiques Show and Sale is one of the longest-running antiques shows in the countr. more »»

Young Author Shares Story With Children

March 29, 2013 Addie Schneid, a 2012 Wheeling Central Catholic High School graduate, returned home Tuesday to share a story she wrote about a seashell who makes friends all over the world but finally finds a home. more »»

Wheeling Mom Wins Medical Vaccine Exemption for Son But Fight Continues

March 28, 2013 By BETSY BETHEL Associate Life Editor What do you do when you know your highly allergic child could have a reaction if given a government-required vaccine, but the government tells you you’re wrong?... more »»

Let’s Go Bluisin’

March 25, 2013 Blue skies. Blue water. Blues music. more »»

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