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‘Open Your Heart’

February 16, 2014 People who meet Ty Lallone, 5, of Wellsburg see a sweet, energetic lad with a big smile that could melt hearts. Observers would not realize that the little boy has a serious congenital heart defect. more »»

Strasser to Perform With Wheeling Symphony

February 16, 2014 With one hand in the classical realm and one hand in pop music, Wheeling pianist and composer Nathan Strasser is a perfect person to play George Gershwin’s genre-bending masterpiece, “Rhapsody in... more »»

Black History Eyed With Look Back on Civil War

February 16, 2014 With an interest in looking at historic events from an African American perspective, Samuel W. Black of Pittsburgh appeared in Wheeling Tuesday, Feb. more »»

Torah Study

February 9, 2014 The Torah — a sacred scripture of Judaism — requires special skills and rituals to copy, preserve and restore. more »»

Roadtrippin’

February 2, 2014 It was like a dream come true. Except that it wasn’t my dream. It wasn’t even remotely on my radar. Not even at the bottom of my bucket list. Driving cross-country. Yes, I said driving. In a car. more »»

Memphis Coming to Wheeling

January 31, 2014 Jasmin Richardson’s grandmother, now in her 70s, knows what it was like to be a young, black woman in the 1950. more »»

From Dance Partners ... To Life Partners

January 26, 2014 For a pair of dancing partners, the start to the 2005 Cotillion in Wheeling had an inauspicious beginning: he wanted to be paired with a school friend; she was concerned that he was missing dance... more »»

‘Hope For Hines’

January 19, 2014 While the first name is the most obvious thing that Hines David Rotriga, 2, of Wheeling shares with former Pittsburgh Steelers player Hines Ward, they also share a trait for which the wide receiver... more »»

Cardinal Slates Rx Abuse Prevention Workshop

January 17, 2014 The Cardinal Health Foundation will sponsor a free prescription drug abuse prevention training from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22 at Oglebay Resort in Wheeling. more »»

‘Wicked’ a Dream Come True for Actor

January 17, 2014 When Jesse JP Johnson arrived in the Big Apple 10 years ago, it was his personal goal to be part of “Wicked. more »»

Quilt Art on Display at Loft Gallery

January 12, 2014 Intricate, colorful art quilts — not your great-grandmother’s bed coverings —will be displayed in the Wheeling Artisan Center’s third-floor Loft Gallery for two weeks this month. more »»

Area Artist’s Works Illustrate Youth Edition

January 5, 2014 One of noted Wheeling artist Anne Hazlett Foreman’s fields of expertise — frontier art — has provided the opportunity to illustrate a new version of a classic book depicting a pivotal moment in... more »»

All Aboard!

December 29, 2013 While generations of boys and girls have been delighted by the sight of model trains running around the Christmas tree, the seasonal exposure to toy railroads wasn’t enough for the late John J. “J.J. more »»

Pipe Band to Celebrate Scottish Heritage at Annual Burns Supper

December 23, 2013 Every January, Scots the world over celebrate the birthday of their national poet, Robert Burns, with gatherings called Burns Suppers. more »»

Wheeling Eateries Featured In Cookbook

December 22, 2013 WHEELING — Patricia McDaniel has eaten her way along Historic National Road from Maryland to Illinois. Wheeling, she said, is one of her favorite stops. more »»

Abuse Doesn't Take a Holiday

December 16, 2013 The holiday season is not “the most wonderful time of year” for some Ohio Valley families who live day-in, day-out with domestic violence. more »»

A Presbyterian Retrospective

December 15, 2013 The growth of Presbyterianism in Wheeling, concurrent with the development of the city, will be the focus of a community-wide program offered at the start of the new year. more »»

Doors to the Past

December 8, 2013 Opening doors to the past, visitors to Colonial Williamsburg can catch a glimpse of how the holidays were celebrated in Virginia during the 18th century. more »»

Historic Berkeley Plantation Is Stately and Charming

December 8, 2013 Tucked away at the end of a narrow, tree-lined lane, along a Tidewater river landing, visitors find Berkeley Plantation — site of the truly first Thanksgiving in the New World and the ancestral hom... more »»

Don't Let Black Friday Put You inthe Red

December 4, 2013 With Black Friday looming, Dave Ramsey, the personal finance guru whose radio show reaches 6 million listeners a week, has one overriding piece of advice for holiday spending: don’t go into debt. more »»

 
 

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