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Bethany Book Club Celebrates 75th

May 27, 2012 Tastes in literature and styles of entertaining have changed over the past three-quarters of a century, but one constant has remained: members of the Bethany Book Club have been reading and... more »»

Scientists Seek to Stall Alzheimer’s Earlier

May 23, 2012 WASHINGTON (AP) — Look for a fundamental shift in how scientists hunt ways to ward off the devastation of Alzheimer’s disease — by testing possible therapies in people who don’t yet show many... more »»

Debut Novel a ‘Triumph’ for Local Author

May 21, 2012 Author Wiley Cash of Bethany has scored a major triumph with his debut novel, “A Land More Kind Than Home,” an exploration of family and religion as secrecy and fanaticism collid. more »»

Glory Day: Strand Theatre Celebrates May 26

May 20, 2012 “It wasn’t exactly a parade. It wasn’t a time for celebration. It was a time to run for your life. more »»

When Food Turns Deadly

May 17, 2012 By BETSY BETHEL Associate Life Editor When Jami Robinson of Moundsville drops off her 7-year-old daughter, Audrey, at school, her fears go beyond hoping she will use her manners and obey the teache. more »»

‘Women Helping Women’

May 12, 2012 No matter where they call home, mothers around the world work hard to ensure their children are healthy and safe. There comes a time, however, when they have to let go. more »»

Traditional Family Embraces Modern Methods

May 12, 2012 Anna Stewart of Benwood always wondered what it was like for her birth mother, who gave her up for adoption at age 15. “She didn’t have to do it. She could have had an abortion. more »»

Couple Combines Tradition, Heritage in New Cookbook

May 9, 2012 Drawing upon family heritage and his late mother’s seminal work, Peter Zeranski and his wife, Laura, have written a new cookbook that updates traditional Polish recipes and introduces the ethnic far... more »»

Wash. Co. Native Comes to Town in ‘Mamma Mia!’

May 8, 2012 It was in the throes of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” that Michelle Weissgerber realized she was hooked on theate. more »»

Michelle Duffy in Tony-Nominated Musical

May 6, 2012 Wheeling native Michelle Duffy has taken a giant leap from her successful theater career in Chicago and Los Angeles, and has landed on Broadway in the recently opened musical, “Leap of Fait. more »»

‘Mamma Mia!’ to Make Wheeling Debut

May 4, 2012 Australian actor Kaye Tuckerman is living proof that you can do it all. Singer, actor, recording artist, creative producer, director. She has done it all. In Kenya. In Australia. In Asia. In the U.S. more »»

‘Pots, Photos and Phiber’ at Artworks Around Town

April 29, 2012 It will be “All in the Family Night” at the Gallery Hop of Artworks Around Town, 2200 Market St., Wheeling, from 5-8 p.m. Friday, May 4, as St. more »»

Family Joins Millions Marching for Babies

April 26, 2012 Lacey Miller of Valley Grove was 26 weeks pregnant with her first child when she thought she was coming down with the flu. more »»

Transforming Lives

April 21, 2012 During a two-week trip to Kenya this year, Wheeling physician Dr. more »»

Symphony Sets Concerts, Auction

April 15, 2012 After a whirlwind week of “music, music, music,” the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra will end the month on a high note with its biennial auction, “Buy, Buy, Birdie!” This week, the orchestra will... more »»

Performing Arts Center to Host ‘Partners in Sound’

April 15, 2012 The time has come for the talented musicians of Wheeling Park High School and the tested professionals of the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra to share the stage. more »»

Oglebay Institute’s Show Offers Educational Events

April 7, 2012 From elucidation for inquiring adults to enlightment for curious children, Oglebay Institute’s Antiques Show and Sale offers informative tips for all age groups. more »»

Dreams Take Root and Blossom

April 1, 2012 Next to the big green house on the hill at 501 N. Seventh St. in Martins Ferry, a small stand of trees stretches to the sky out of a makeshift wishing well. more »»

Brilliant Native Hopes to Win Pillsbury Bake-Off

March 25, 2012 A former Brilliant postal employee hopes to win the judges’ stamp of approval in the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest this week. Dawn Onuffer of Crestview, Fla. more »»

Ohio County Library Celebrates the Little Ones

March 19, 2012 The Ohio County Public Library children’s department is marking the second anniversary of its involvement with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library by hosting “Toddlerpalooza” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

 
 

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