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OVAC Teams Show Cancer Support

October 1, 2014 For the fifth consecutive year, Wheeling Hospital has provided pink ribbon helmet decals to the 47 Ohio Valley Athletic Conference varsity football teams to help promote October as Breast Cancer... more »»

Woodsdale Elementary Earns ‘Blue Ribbon’

October 1, 2014 Woodsdale Elementary School in Ohio County is a Blue Ribbon School nationally recognized for excellence in education. The school is among 337 schools announced Tuesday as receiving the honor from U.S. more »»

O’Brien Turns In Gun, Posts $150K Bail

October 1, 2014 The man accused of breaking his girlfriend’s neck had to turn in his gun before being allowed to post $150,000 in bail. Ohio County Magistrate Harry Radcliffe on Tuesday morning said Kevin A. more »»

Cross Named to WVU Homecoming Court

October 1, 2014 Wheeling resident Bria Cross has been selected to the West Virginia University 2014 Homecoming Court. She is one of five women selected to represent WVU during the homecoming festivities Saturday. more »»

Linsly Headmaster Speaks to Rotary

October 1, 2014 The Linsly School still has a modern edge to go along with its 200-year legacy in Wheeling, according to new headmaster Justin Zimmerman. “Linsly ... more »»

Police Reports

October 1, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Driving While Suspended At 6:33 p.m. more »»

Work on Multi-Million Dollar Public Safety Building Ongoing

October 1, 2014 As October begins, officials with Nello Construction work to complete the second phase of the new multi-million dollar Marshall County Public Safety Building at the former Jozabeth’s clothing stor... more »»

WLU Pitch Contest Winner Owner Of Happy Goat Yoga

October 1, 2014 West Liberty University’s Fourth Pitch Contest drew six hard-working entrepreneurs who presented their ideas to a crowded room filled with interested university and community members. more »»

Harrison County Sheriff Takes Truck Traffic Complaints

October 1, 2014 Once again the complaints about the increase in truck traffic were the main topic for Harrison County Sheriff Ronald J. Myers during this week’s oil and gas safety meeting. more »»

Emotions Run High as Green Trial Begins

October 1, 2014 The trial of Robert Green began Tuesday with opening statements from prosecution and defense and an emotional testimony from the mother of the deceased victim. Green, 65, 52235 National Road, St. more »»

Madison School Has ‘Heroes and Villians’ on Display

October 1, 2014 The museum-quality art exhibit “Heroes and Villains” can be viewed at Madison Elementary Schoo. more »»

Officer Receives Medal Of Valor

September 30, 2014 Wheeling police Sgt. David Drahos was given a Medal of Valor this past weekend for stopping the man who fired shots at the Federal Building last year. more »»

A Taste of Things to Come

September 30, 2014 Construction work continues on previously-announced projects at The Highlands, and the Ohio County Development Authority could announce as early as next week new deals to bring other new tenants... more »»

Wood Charged With Brandishing

September 30, 2014 A Moundsville woman is facing charges after she allegedly approached a man while carrying a knife. Moundsville police officers arrested Monica Wood, 29, of 1333 Ruby St. more »»

Man Says Shot Meant to Ward Off ‘Thugs’

September 30, 2014 A Wheeling resident is charged with wanton endangerment after allegedly firing a handgun to ward off a group of “thugs,” according to Wheeling Police Chief Shawn Schwertfeger. more »»

Open House Set at Range

September 30, 2014 An open house will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday at the Moundsville Rifle & Pistol Club Indoor Range on 12th Street, next to the Regional Jai. more »»

Drugs and Guns Found During Traffic Stop

September 30, 2014 A traffic stop in the Woodsdale neighborhood of Wheeling on Monday afternoon resulted in the arrest of a Bethesda man on drug and gun charges. The arrest was made after a traffic stop at 3:08 p.m. more »»

Shootings, Stabbing Keep Police Officers Busy

September 30, 2014 Two Columbus men were shot at about 9:30 p.m. Monday at Plum Street and Lawson Avenue, and drove themselves to Ambulance Service Inc. on Sunset Boulevard, Steubenville Police reported. more »»

Homecoming Events Set to Begin at John Marshall HS

September 30, 2014 Nine senior girls are John Marshall High School Homecoming Queen while four senior boys are Homecoming King candidates. Homecoming activities will be held Friday evening and Saturday evening. more »»

 
 
 

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