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New Director Heads Up War Veteran Museum

October 14, 2014 The new executive director of the American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor Museum brings a variety of talent and experience to the role. more »»

Drug Task Force Arrests Five Suspects

October 14, 2014 On Thursday, agents with the Belmont County Drug Task Force arrested Joshua Adam Hill, of 290 Hickory Hill Lane, Moundsville, for felony drug traffickin. more »»

Board of Education Honors Teacher

October 14, 2014 Ohio County Board of Education members took time out of their regular board meeting Monday to honor an award-winning local educator. more »»

Area Native Sues Over Mix-Up

October 14, 2014 A Harrison County native has filed a lawsuit against Midwest Sperm Bank, of Cook County, Illinois. more »»

Dogs 4 Warriors Making a Difference for Veterans

October 14, 2014 Sheila Slezak wanted to find a way to make a positive difference for veterans, and wanted to use her career as a K-9 breeder and trainer with international connections in the field. more »»

Police Reports

October 14, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Driving Suspended At 11:46 a.m. Monday, police arrested Jeff Parsons, 43, of Wheeling for driving suspended with a DUI charge. more »»

Elevator To Cost County $114,168

October 13, 2014 It’s been 40 years since an elevator was installed at the Belmont County courthouse, but county employees and courthouse visitors are about to get a new lif. more »»

Tourism Bureaus Told to Step It Up

October 13, 2014 The West Virginia commissioner of tourism says state convention and visitors bureaus must step up efforts to bring more people to the Mountain Stat. more »»

Zombie Run, Walk Set

October 13, 2014 Gather your friends and family for the Zombie Run, Walk, Survive on Friday, Nov. 7 in Wheeling. more »»

Park STEM Classes Move

October 13, 2014 Wheeling Park mathematics students will be learning beyond the classroom thanks to a generous donation from an educational partne. more »»

Service Project Sows Seeds Of Good Citizenship

October 12, 2014 WHEELING — Local student food drives and volunteerism continue to play a major role at The Soup Kitchen of Greater Wheeling, according to Executive Director Becky Shilling-Rodocker. more »»

Wheeling Jesuit Student Honored for Life-Saving Effort

October 12, 2014 BETHANY — When Wheeling Jesuit University student Ryan Seidewitz realized a home in the vicinity of West Liberty was on fire, he jumped into action — never thinking his heroism would earn him... more »»

Why Not Private Flood Insurance?

October 12, 2014 Thousands of West Virginia and Ohio homeowners were shocked and often angry when they got the news about a year ago: Their federal flood insurance premiums were going up. Way up. more »»

Awards Presented At Chamber Dinner

October 12, 2014 Three individuals were presented with awards by the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce at the recent annual dinner. The David Dalzell Jr., family was the co-recipient of the Dr. more »»

Sled Hockey to Give Kids Taste of Ice

October 11, 2014 A sled hockey clinic and scrimmage this Sunday at Wesbanco Arena will allow local individuals with disabilities to get a chance to hit the ice, a feat they normally could not accomplis. more »»

Congressman Visits Farms, Talks EPA

October 11, 2014 Rep Bill Johnson received the Ohio Farm Bureau’s Friends of Agriculture Award in recognition of his work on behalf of the area’s farmers. more »»

Ohio Absentee Ballot Requests Steadily Rising

October 11, 2014 If all the absentee ballots requested there are returned, Belmont County already has a voter turnout of greater than 15 percent for the Nov. more »»

Truck Accident Results In Spilled Fracking Barrels

October 11, 2014 Ohio Environmental Protection Agency officials responded Friday to a rollover accident that resulted in a truck losing 150 barrels filled with an apparent fracking-related fluid. more »»

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