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Former Guard at Wheeling's Lincoln Center Off To Prison

April 7, 2015 A former corrections officer will serve one-to-five years in prison for having sexual contact with a 17-year-old inmate at the former Lincoln Juvenile Detention Center in Wheeling while another... more »»

Bethany Alumni Uhrig Grateful for New Lungs, New Life

April 7, 2015 A nurse saved Bethany College graduate Jim Uhrig’s life — literally — by being the donor for his double-lung transplant. Uhrig, who resides in Peters Township, Pa. more »»

Wheeling Cops Nab Masked Suspects in Gas Station Robbery

April 7, 2015 Wheeling police arrested two masked robbers — one adult and a juvenile — Monday following an attempted armed robbery at the Marathon Gas Station in Elm Grove. more »»

Bridgeport Woman Charged With Battery And Public Intoxication

April 7, 2015 State Police charged a Bridgeport woman with domestic battery and public intoxication Saturday after a confrontation with her husband and children. more »»

Children Removed From Moundsville Home

April 7, 2015 A Moundsville man is facing domestic assault charges after a weekend incident at his home. Police went to 209 Tomlinson Avenue after receiving a domestic call from a victim at the home at 1:20 p.m. more »»

Police Reports, 4-7-15

April 7, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Unattended Death On Monday, police investigated an unattended death at an undisclosed locatio. more »»

Development Will Top Steubenville State of the City Speech

April 7, 2015 Steubenville Mayor Domenick Mucci is expected to review a lengthy list of economic development investments in the community during his annual state of the city address tonight at Eastern Gateway... more »»

St. Clairsville Job Fair Wednesday

April 7, 2015 The third annual Belmont County Job Fair will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Ohio Valley Mal. more »»

Wheeling Company Renting Building Equipment

April 7, 2015 Whether one needs a jackhammer to bust through old concrete or a bulldozer to move dirt for installing a new swimming pool, the folks at Wheeling Rental will make sure one matches the equipment to... more »»

Drug-Free Teens Join Heroin Battle in Wheeling

April 6, 2015 “Just Say No” didn’t work. Adults preaching to children about the dangers of drugs? That doesn’t work, either. But when teens talk to teens about drugs, something just might clic. more »»

Officials Plan Energy Academy in Dillonvale

April 6, 2015 Plans are being formulated to officially establish a new shale-based curriculum within the Buckeye Local School District and more than a dozen people met Monday to discuss details. more »»

Group in Wheeling Offers Kids Healthy Foods

April 5, 2015 WHEELING — The folks at Grow Ohio Valley believe that by teaching children the art of gardening, they can plant the seeds for a lifetime of healthy choices. more »»

Wheeling Hospital Leads The Way in Emergency Communications System

April 5, 2015 Wheeling Hospital has become the first facility in the region to use an advanced communications system to help area emergency squads improve patient care before arriving at the hospital’s... more »»

Kropka Receives Certification From Training Administrators

April 5, 2015 WHEELING — Trina Kropka, the administrative director of medical education at Ohio Valley Medical Center, has received certification from the Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education. more »»

Mmmm ... Popcorn Wins Pitch Contest

April 5, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — Local popcorn start-up, Mmm ... Popcorn, is the winner of the recent West Liberty University Pitch Contest that was held on Thursday, March 26, at Grand Vue Park in Moundsville. more »»

$1.7 Million Paving Project on Tap in St. Clairsville

April 4, 2015 Delays in the coming weeks ultimately will mean a smoother ride in the months ahead for motorists in downtown St. Clairsville, according to city officials. more »»

Chef’s Auction Fundraiser To Help Health Right in Wheeling

April 4, 2015 Wheeling Health Right officials revealed plans Friday for its 22nd annual Chefs’ Auction, saying the fundraiser is more vital than ever to offset state funding cuts. more »»

Guilty Plea In Throat Slashing in Steubenville

April 4, 2015 A Dillonvale woman who slashed her husband’s throat on July 26 while she said she was dreaming of filleting a fish, pleaded guilty to felonious assault Thursday before Jefferson County Common Pleas... more »»

Questions Raised Over Fire Department in Follansbee

April 4, 2015 Despite concerns, Follansbee’s fire chief said deficiencies found in a state evaluation can and will be handled soon. more »»

Relief Available for Victims of March Winter Storm in Moundsville

April 4, 2015 After a winter storm raged through West Virginia in early March, several non-profits are working together to provide assistance to families still in need. more »»

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