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Commission Hears About Proposed Electric Cost Increase

July 3, 2014 A spokesman for Mon Power discussed with the Brooke County Commission on Tuesday the rationale for proposed rate increases in customers’ utility bills. more »»

Dillonvale Facing $40K General Fund Deficit

July 3, 2014 A shortfall of $40,000 in the general fund is foreseen in Dillonvale’s estimated budget for 2015. Because of that, a decision about a levy is expected at village council’s July 14 meeting. more »»

Police Reports

July 3, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Warrant At 1:10 a.m. today, police arrested Bobbie Joe Walton, no age or address listed, on an outstanding warrant in the Center Wheeling area. Threats At 8:16 p.m. more »»

Bomb Suspect’s Case Bound Over

July 2, 2014 A man accused of placing three bombs around the Weirton Municipal Building in May had his preliminary hearing at the Hancock County Magistrate Court on Monday. more »»

Village Network Merger Bringing Expanded Mental Health Services

July 2, 2014 A new alliance in the fight to cope with behavioral and mental health problems promises increased opportunities for Ohio Valley residents in need. more »»

New Wing at Good Shepherd Receives Blessing

July 2, 2014 Friends and supporters of Good Shepherd Nursing Home gathered at a special ceremony Tuesday to watch the Most Rev. Michael J. more »»

City Ensuring the Future While Preserving the Past

July 2, 2014 Embracing the changing character of some of Wheeling’s residential neighborhoods while preserving the integrity of those that have remained largely intact over the years was on the minds of... more »»

Body May Be Missing Teen

July 2, 2014 From Staff Reports Authorities believe they have found the body of a missing New Cumberland teen following weeks of searching. more »»

Vietnam Wall Replica Makes Stop

July 2, 2014 As many scanned the West Virginia Vietnam Veterans Mobile Wall for the names of loved ones who were killed, prisoners of war or missing in action, state Sen. more »»

Man Convicted on Lesser Count in Slaying

July 2, 2014 A man accused of killing a Weirton woman in December pleaded guilty to lesser charges during an appearance in Hancock County Circuit Court on Monday, and will spend at least the next 20 years in... more »»

Man Admits to Stabbing

July 2, 2014 Michael Craig Tyner came to West Virginia as a natural gas pipeline welder, but he will remain in the state for at least one year as a prison inmat. more »»

Vietnam Wall Replica Brings Up Memories

July 2, 2014 As many scanned the West Virginia Vietnam Veterans Mobile Wall for the names of loved ones who were killed, prisoners of war or missing in action, state Sen. more »»

Brooke County Man Facing Charges in Home Invasion

July 2, 2014 A Wellsburg man faces several charges after allegedly entering the home of a neighbor with a pistol at about 5 p.m. Sunday. The Brooke County Sheriff’s Department has charged Briggs B. more »»

Second-Annual Backyard Brawl a Hit With Campers

July 2, 2014 The second-annual Backyard Brawl at the Third Street Playground was again a hit for campers and staff at the ARC Summer Cam. more »»

Police Reports

July 2, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Public Intoxication At 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, police went to an area of 21st Street in response to a report of a man being drunk and passed out in front of a residence. more »»

ODNR Investigating Fish Kill

July 1, 2014 Environmental regulators continue investigating the scene of the Saturday natural gas well site fire near Hannibal, which a spokesman for the Ohio Environmental Council said may have led to the deat... more »»

Many Drivers Are Ignoring Phone Law

July 1, 2014 It has been one year since using a cellphone while driving became a primary offense in West Virginia — but most drivers are still doing i. more »»

Residents Discuss Natural Resources

July 1, 2014 The expanding oil and gas industry, water quality and preserving wildlife were just some of the topics discussed at a Marshall County land management meeting with the West Virginia University... more »»

Students Challenged to Become ‘Mythbusters’ at Governor’s School

July 1, 2014 Eleven Northern Panhandle students are spending 10 days in Morgantown this summer to take part in the West Virginia Governor’s School for Math and Science, where they are learning to become... more »»

Don Clarke Honored By Funeral Association

July 1, 2014 The Ohio Funeral Directors Association presented honors to Don Clarke for 50 years of service as a funeral director, but his work at the Clarke Funeral Home, 302 Main St., began as part of growing up. more »»

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