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Water Rate Increase Set to Go Into Affect

October 7, 2014 Residents and businesses in Bethany who have metered water service will see their rates increase by 12 percent through legislation passed last week by the town’s council. more »»

Lewis Jailed on Four Counts of Sexual Abuse on a Child

October 7, 2014 A New Martinsville man faces eight sexual abuse charges for allegedly having improper contact with a young girl. Authorities believe Elson Lewis Jr. more »»

Region Briefs

October 7, 2014 Ramp closed for tunnel cleaning WHEELING — The West Virginia Division of Highways advised that effective today, the W.Va. more »»

Police Officers Will Not Be Cited in Cruiser Crash

October 7, 2014 Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Cecil said his office will issue no citations after investigating the crash of two Moundsville police cruisers last week. more »»

Authority Will Meet at Regional Jail

October 7, 2014 State and county officials get the opportunity to ask questions about state jail operations and how best to contain the costs of incarceration when the West Virginia Regional Jail Authority meets in... more »»

John Marshall Students Dedicate School Entrance

October 7, 2014 John Marshall High School seniors left their mark on their school — literally — last week by inscribing a support beam during the construction process. more »»

Thirteen Charter Changes On Ballot

October 7, 2014 Steubenville residents get the chance to make as many as 13 changes to the city’s charter when they go to the polls on Nov. 4. more »»

Movie Fans Celebrate Clark Gable, ‘Gone With the Wind’ in Hometown

October 7, 2014 “Gone with the Wind” movie fans arrive in Cadiz for a celebration held for Cadiz native Clark Gable, who went on to become known as the “King of Hollywoo. more »»

WLU Stadium Dedication To Highlight Homecoming

October 7, 2014 West Liberty University alumni, friends and family are returning to the Hilltop for Homecoming. Student activities take place this week and kickoff is 1 p.m. Saturday. more »»

Police Reports

October 7, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Malicious Wounding At 6:50 p.m. Sunday, three units were sent to a North Wheeling location regarding a report a burglary and malicious wounding. more »»

Police Chief Receives Flag and Plaque for Service

October 7, 2014 Law enforcement is often a thankless profession. Long hours, low pay and dealing with the seedy side of society is not the ideal of jobs. more »»

Nailers to Say ‘Thank You’ to Local Veterans

October 6, 2014 As a way to say thank you to veterans for their service, the Wheeling Nailers are hosting a Veterans/Military Appreciation Night on Dec. 6. more »»

Blood, Sweat and Cheers

October 5, 2014 WHEELING — The loud thud of bodies hitting the mat, of skin smacking skin, of guttural yells of pain were drowned out only by the cheers and screams of hundreds of fans last weekend. more »»

Out of the Darkness Sheds Light on Mental Illnesses

October 5, 2014 WHEELING — Mental illness is a problem every bit as serious as the diseases of the body. more »»

Thursday Music Club Honors Local Vocalist

October 5, 2014 The Thursday Music club is preserving a legacy of classical vocals, strings, and instrumentals in Wheeling. The group presented the Carol E. more »»

Annual Fall Festival Shows Off Local Talent

October 4, 2014 Persistent rain didn’t stop Wheeling residents from making a trip to Oglebay’s grounds for the first day of the park’s autumn festivities this year. more »»

Flag Football to Raise Money for Beasley

October 4, 2014 Youngsters in YMCA’s flag football league will be sporting pink T-shirts, shoelaces or other accessories for Breast Cancer Awareness Month during their games today. more »»

Race Set to Help Hines Rotriga

October 4, 2014 A two-mile run/walk to help 2-year-old cancer patient Hines Rotriga is set for 9 a.m. Sunday at Wheeling Heritage Port. Hines is the son of Wheeling residents Kevin and Debbie Rotriga. more »»

Guilty in Fatal Accident

October 4, 2014 A jury returned a guilty verdict on both counts Friday in the trial of Robert Green. Green, 56, of S. more »»

Local Servers Rally Around Family in Need

October 4, 2014 Regardless of its chain restaurant status, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in St. Clairsville strives to provide customers a down-home atmosphere when they visit the location. more »»

 
 
 

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