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Art Journey Brings Classes Home

July 6, 2014 COLERAIN — Martins Ferry grade school art teacher Natalie Zambori loves teaching. She also loves art. She filled her summers with art camps, and enjoyed the aspect of teaching art year round. more »»

Businesses Seek to Create Visitor’s Bureau

July 5, 2014 The former West Virginia Penitentiary, the Grave Creek Mound and Grand Vue Park are three key tourist destinations that Marshall County officials hope city leaders will help them promote via a... more »»

Celebrating Independence

July 5, 2014 Mild temperatures, clear blue skies and a gentle breeze set the scene for an evening of good, all-American fun during Friday’s Independence Day celebration at Wheeling’s Heritage Port. more »»

Magistrate Clerk’s Office in Need of Repairs

July 5, 2014 For more than two and one-half years, employees of the Ohio County Magistrate Court clerk’s office have been working at desks propped up on wooden blocks resting on a bare concrete floor. more »»

Red Cross Looks For Volunteer Recruits

July 5, 2014 A volunteer recruitment drive effort by the American Red Cross in Wheeling last week gave organizers hope the Red Cross soon could have more presence in the Northern Panhandle and more responders... more »»

Police Reports

July 4, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Warrant At 1:10 a.m. Thursday, police arrested Bobbie Joe Walton on an outstanding warrant at an area of Center Wheeling. Threats At 8:16 p.m. more »»

Harrison County Oil and Gas Industry Traffic Spurs Concern

July 4, 2014 Three years ago, perhaps a dozen vehicles per day would be traveling on the gravel township roads of Harrison County. more »»

Councilman Argues for Drug Dog Purchase

July 3, 2014 Sixth Ward Councilman Bob Villamagna continued his campaign to see a canine unit established in the City Police Department on Tuesday night, declaring he was tired of excuses and demanded to know... more »»

Ney Discusses Role in Abramoff Scandal

July 3, 2014 Stability and civility are gone in Congress, while international and domestic problems which demand answers remain unsolved according to former congressman Bob Ney. more »»

Horse Owners Facing Charges

July 3, 2014 Two individuals from Freeport who attended last week’s Harrison County Commissioners meeting to protest the seizure of their two horses by the Humane Society now have pending charges against them. more »»

Ohio Valley Schedule of July Fourth Events

July 3, 2014 BELMONT COUNTY In Martins Ferry, gates will open at the Schools Complex at 5001 Ayers Limestone Road at 5:30 today. Fireworks will begin at dusk. Rain day is Saturday. more »»

Hospital Wins ’14 Advantage Award

July 3, 2014 Wheeling Hospital’s ongoing commitment to quality patient care has been recognized as it recently was named the winner of the Truven Health Analytics Advantage Award for Performance Efficiency. more »»

County Receives $496K For Oil, Gas Drilling Rights

July 3, 2014 Representatives of Rice Energy on Wednesday presented Belmont County officials with a check for more than $496,072 for drilling rights under the East Ohio Industrial Park in Barnesville, while count... more »»

‘Chicago’ To Be Staged at the Strand

July 3, 2014 Murder. Greed. Corruption. Violence. Exploitation. Adultery. Treacher. more »»

Manager Boland To Get Review

July 3, 2014 Steubenville City Council will meet privately with City Manager Tim Boland in two weeks to discuss his six-month job performance evaluation. more »»

Woman Recovering After Being Hit by Car

July 3, 2014 A McMechen woman who was hit by a vehicle Saturday on W.Va. 2 is recovering at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, according to the McMechen Police Department. more »»

Independence Day Events to Span City

July 3, 2014 By CASEY JUNKINS Staff Writer Those looking to spend Independence Day in Marshall County can start by screaming down the Grand Vue Park zipline ride before heading to Jefferson Avenue for a free... more »»

Suspect in Stabbing Case Waives Right to Preliminary Hearing

July 3, 2014 A Proctor man accused of stabbing a woman twice in his trailer on Fish Creek Road waived his right to a preliminary hearing earlier this week. more »»

Mon Power Explains Rate Proposal

July 3, 2014 By WARREN SCOTT For the News-Register A spokesman for Mon Power discussed with the Brooke County Commission on Tuesday the rationale for proposed rate increases in customers’ electric bills. more »»

Judge Hands Down Sentences

July 3, 2014 Judge David Sims sent two men to prison for at least one year each Wednesday in Ohio County Circuit Court. Sims sentenced Eduardo Williams Jr., 39, of 2319 Eoff S. more »»

 
 

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