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Wheeling's Race Honorees Meet for the First Time

July 31, 2015 It wasn’t just the late day sun warming hearts at Wheeling’s Heritage Port on Thursday afternoon. more »»

Marshall County Fair in Full Swing

July 31, 2015 Hundreds have gathered at the Marshall County Fair, where despite the summer’s heat, many are enjoying the county’s 67th annual celebration. more »»

Arrest Made In Weirton Murder Case

July 31, 2015 Weirton police arrested a man Wednesday in connection to a body found near Main Street last week. more »»

EORH Obstetrics Department to Close

July 31, 2015 The planned closure of East Ohio Regional Hospital’s obstetrics department in Martins Ferry means babies won’t be born in Belmont County, with the exception of home births and emergency roadside... more »»

Man Facing Felony Charges in Cameron Stabbing

July 31, 2015 A Cameron man has been charged for a knife fight that occurred earlier this month. On July 21, Cameron police received a report of a fight at 36 Fleming Avenue in the city. more »»

Moundsville Theme Restaurant Growing

July 31, 2015 Rowdy Workman began his vision for a 1950’s style diner more than a decade ago, with the restaurant now a dream come true in Moundsville. more »»

Ohio Man Sought In Alleged Sex Assault

July 31, 2015 Moundsville police are searching for a Smithfield, Ohio man wanted in connection to a rape reported earlier this month. more »»

Police Reports

July 31, 2015 BELMONT COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT At 9:46 p.m. Monday, officials responded to a domestic complaint at an address in Rustic Arms apartments near St. Clairsvill. more »»

Back-to-School Celebration Set Aug. 8

July 30, 2015 It’s nearly back to school time, and the Bethlehem Apostolic Temple has scheduled two days of events this year to get youths excited about returning to the classroom. more »»

Churches Urged to Support ‘Day of Hope’ for Sobriety

July 30, 2015 Bishops and other religious leaders are calling on West Virginia churches and ministries to observe a “Day of Hope” to encourage substance-free lifestyles, emphasize prevention and celebrate... more »»

Be Aware Of Body Signals During Hot Temperatures

July 30, 2015 Those enjoying the hot summer weather should also be listening to their bodies to avoid heat-related illnesses. more »»

New Brooke Middle School Eyed

July 30, 2015 Brooke County school officials hope to award a bid for construction of the $30 million new Brooke County middle school in late September or early October, while crews have begun work on a new... more »»

Man Guilty of Sex Crimes

July 30, 2015 An Ohio County jury on Wednesday found a Wheeling man guilty on four counts of sex crimes committed against a young girl over a period of seven years. more »»

Crowd Throws Debris, Slurs at Law Enforcement

July 30, 2015 Several people threw trash, bottles and other debris—and some racial slurs—toward Wheeling police officers trying to break up a fight Saturday at Heritage Port after the Upper Ohio Valley Italian... more »»

Wheeling Police Conduct ‘Wolfpack’ Operation

July 30, 2015 During a very visible operation Wednesday, the Wheeling Police Department issued 58 traffic citations in areas along National Road. more »»

Man Found Guilty in Murder

July 30, 2015 Jeffrey M. Spring Sr. maintained the shooting death of Stephen Robert Boyer Jr. more »»

Meet the Breeds With the St. Clairsville Ohio Kennel Club

July 30, 2015 The St. Clairsville Ohio Kennel Club members will be bringing their dogs to Pet Supplies Plus from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 5. more »»

Police Reports

July 30, 2015 OHIO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL St. Clairsville Post Arrest On Sunday, Kathryn M. Lewis, 30, of 217 Young Lane, St. Clairsville, for driving in marked lanes and DUI. Bond was posted. On Friday, Raymond M. more »»

Injunction Filed Against Former BP Station Head

July 30, 2015 The Ohio Attorney General’s Office filed an injunction Wednesday in Jefferson County Common Pleas Court against the owner of the former BP gasoline station at 537 Main S. more »»

Little St. C. Singers’ Summer Show Choir Camp Begins Monday

July 30, 2015 Slots are still open for students going into grades 2-6 who are interested in learning to sing, dance and perform with the St. C. Singers. The Little St. C. more »»

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