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New Pizza Theater Coming to City

November 5, 2014 Domino’s Pizza soon will have a new look and a new home in the city of Weirton. On Monday, representatives of Domino’s Pizza, the Business Development Corp. more »»

Marcellus Drilling Increasing in Ohio

November 5, 2014 The way Shawn Bennett sees it, oil and natural gas producers working in Eastern Ohio have a great economic opportunity to drill into both the Utica and Marcellus shale formations via the same pad. more »»

Catholic Central High School Mourns Freshman Student

November 5, 2014 Members of the Catholic Central High School community are mourning one of their ow. more »»

Coat Closet Opens as Temperatures Begin to Fall

November 4, 2014 As winter temperatures turn brisk, so does business at the Coat Closet of Belmont County. The coat closet, located at 3565 Belmont St., Bellaire, opened Oct. more »»

Parade Grand Marshal Named

November 4, 2014 A young boy diagnosed with cancer last Christmas has been tapped to lead this year’s annual Perkins Restaurant and Bakery Fantasy In Lights Parade in downtown Wheeling. more »»

School Introduces ‘Genius Hour’ Study Time

November 4, 2014 Each day, students at Warwood School spend an hour researching a project that interests them, and Monday night one student informed Ohio County Board of Education members about his study of strange... more »»

Residents Air Concerns To City Council

November 4, 2014 The safety and conditions of Moundsville streets are significant concerns for locals. more »»

United Bank Earnings Climb Over Nine Months

November 4, 2014 Earnings for United Bankshares Inc., parent company of United Bank, are up $30.6 million for the first 9 months of this year compared to the same period last year. more »»

Many Team Up to Help Brooke Students in Need

November 4, 2014 For many years the Brooke County Council PTA has helped to clothe local children in need, working with school officials to have them bused to its clothes closet, where they have received assorted... more »»

Urban Mission Seeks Help With Thanksgiving

November 4, 2014 Urban Mission Ministries’ Thanksgiving food drive theme of “I Support the Turkey” has a playful tone to it, but it’s a serious pursuit: The mission’s Thanksgiving food distribution on No. more »»

‘Pipeline Air Force’ Tracking Dominion Project

November 4, 2014 As Dominion Resources and its partners await federal approval to build the $5 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline to send natural gas from West Virginia to North Carolina, opposition from residents in... more »»

Road Bridge Work Finishing

November 4, 2014 Contractors are busy finishing their road, bridge and guardrail projects in Belmont County before the snow flies. County Engineer Fred Bennett said three of the projects began last week. more »»

Lions Clubs Keep Philanthropy Alive

November 3, 2014 Lions club members are sustaining a legacy in Ohio Count. more »»

Wreaths Across America To Remember Veterans

November 3, 2014 On Dec. 13, members of the community will honor veterans during the holiday season as part of the annual Wreaths Across America Day. more »»

Man’s Interest Helps Clean Up Cemetery

November 3, 2014 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Pete Miller of Martinsburg had an interest in historic cemeteries long before such interests became popular. more »»

Tissue Samples Sought In Deer Disease Case

November 3, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A rare disease found in Ohio’s captive deer population has prompted state wildlife officials to seek tissue samples from wild deer in the area around the hunting preserve where... more »»

WVU Extension Service Agent Focuses On Ground Work

November 2, 2014 WHEELING — As the new West Virginia University Extension Service agent for Ohio County, Karen Cox hopes to engage the local community and support local residents in areas of horticulture and... more »»

Lost Pair of Opal Rings Returned to Owner After 10 Years

November 2, 2014 MORRISTOWN — Walter Boone doesn’t forget a promise. Ten years ago the Morristown resident purchased an old log cabin on U.S. 40, east of town, as a potential rental property. more »»

Good Shepherd Nursing Home Starts Construction on New Dietary Department

November 2, 2014 WHEELING — Good Shepherd, the area’s only five-star nursing home, has begun construction of a new $4. more »»

 
 
 

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