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A New Approach: It Will ‘Revolutionize’ Treatment

March 18, 2012 Crittenton Services Inc. in Wheeling is implementing a new approach to treating traumatic stress in clients and helping staff to deal with the stress they encounter. more »»

Healing Through Art

March 10, 2012 Art can be a tool to demonstrate emotions, illustrate experiences and show healing, even when feelings and fears cannot be expressed verbally. more »»

Quilting Guild Set To Mark 25 Years

March 4, 2012 “Scraps of Love,” “Big Surprise” and “Hollywood Boulevard Shadowed Star.” You might think you are reading the titles of a few interesting books. But you are not. more »»

Virginia Is for (Wine) Lovers

February 26, 2012 The long-time slogan, “Virginia Is for Lovers,” could easily be amended to “Virginia Is for WINE Lovers. more »»

The Word ‘Quaint’ Sums It Up

February 26, 2012 History, quaint little shops and eateries and inns are everywhere in Northern Virginia. I could have stayed much longer is this beautiful part of the state. more »»

Legacy in Glass:Hazel Atlas Collection Adds Pieces

February 19, 2012 For serious collectors of glassware, it’s quite a coup to have antique pieces of glass as well as the original design documents for the war. more »»

Author sets bioethics novels in Tyler County

February 17, 2012 Author, engineer and retired Navy pilot Austin Boyd wants West Virginians and, in particular, Tyler Countians to know he appreciates the formative influence they had on him as a boy and young man. more »»

Helping Haiti’s Children

February 12, 2012 Despite challenges and tragedy, a Wheeling native and her husband remain committed to an effort to build an orphanage in earthquake-ravaged Hait. more »»

Ohio Valley Woman's Egyptian Internship is a Life Changer

February 10, 2012 Victoria VanDyne is from Dilles Bottom and attends Bethany College, both far removed from the violence and political upheaval occurring in the Middle Eastern nation of Egypt. more »»

The Wonderment of Jay's Creative Vision

February 5, 2012 “The Wonderment of Creative Vision” is not only the title of Martins Ferry photographer Jay Stock’s new book, but also a succinct definition of the master’s approach to his craft. more »»

'Billy Elliot the Musical' at Benedum

February 1, 2012 In Leah Hocking’s mind, there was never any question she’d be a performer. From the time she was 4 years old, she wanted to be a “movie star — Marilyn Monroe essentially,” she said. more »»

Presenting the 2012 Cotillion

January 28, 2012 Continuing a tradition, the 2012 Cotillion will launch the 31st annual Viennese Winter Ball with a waltz in Glessner Auditorium of Oglebay Park’s Wilson Lodge Saturday, Feb. 4. more »»

CIRQUE de la Symphonie

January 22, 2012 erial flyers, jugglers, strongmen and balancers of Cirque de la Symphonie return by popular demand to perform to the magical music of Maestro Andre Raphel and the Wheeling Symphony at the... more »»

How to Give Your Marriage a Boost

January 16, 2012 In fulfilling its mission to build healthy families and healthy children, a local coalition is providing couples with several ways to bolster their relationships. more »»

Fabulous Faberge

January 15, 2012 Area arts enthusiasts are getting an enticing glimpse into the opulence of Imperial Russia through an exhibition of Faberge objects at the Frick Art & Historical Center in Pittsburgh. more »»

Ohio Native Gives Life To Civil War Memories

January 8, 2012 A serendipitous discovery of a cache of old letters, a diary and memoirs resulted in the development of a large book that offers a fascinating eyewitness view of the Civil War from the perspective o... more »»

Studio Brings Back Art Of Pottery

January 1, 2012 From displaying gigantic vases crafted with centuries-old techniques to using innovative technology to participate in “cyber” shows, representatives of the Linn Pottery Studio and Gallery in... more »»

Globes of Hope

December 25, 2011 Large, blue lighted orbs are more than mere Christmas decorations for a Wheeling couple and their loving family, dedicated friends and caring neighbors. more »»

Northern Panhandle Alive and Well at West Virginia Museum

December 17, 2011 Any resident of the Northern Panhandle should not feel like a stranger when visiting the West Virginia State Museum in Charleston. Our neck of the state is quite well represented at the museum. more »»

‘A Cool Yule’

December 11, 2011 “A Cool Yule” is the theme for this year’s Festival of Sound presented by Wheeling Park High School’s music department. more »»

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