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Accident Leaves Telephone Pole Hanging in Moundsville

March 26, 2015 The Jefferson Avenue extension in Moundsville was closed for several hours Wednesday after a driver broke through a utility pole beside the Appalachian Power substation, leaving the pole suspended b... more »»

Ritchie Elementary School Roof Bids Too High

March 26, 2015 Ohio County school officials are rethinking finances for a $6.7 million renovation project at Ritchie Elementary after bids for a new roof came in much higher than expected. more »»

Steubenville City Manager: Hilltop Task Force Progressing

March 26, 2015 Steubenville City Manager Tim Boland said a Hilltop Safety Task Force is seeing positive participation, and he is hopeful the group will continue to grow. more »»

Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Advice, Hope

March 25, 2015 When Judi Moolten participated in a bodybuilding contest to recognize her mother’s battle with lung cancer, little did she realize she would soon be fighting for her own life. more »»

Marshall School Board Sets Tentative 4 Percent Levy Rate Cut

March 25, 2015 After hearing comments from the public and Marshall County Assessor Chris Kessler earlier this month, the Marshall County Board of Education on Tuesday agreed to consider a 4-percent tax levy rate... more »»

JB Green Team Board of Trustees Prepares for Lawsuit in Steubenville

March 25, 2015 The JB Green Team board of trustees agreed Monday night to hire a Toledo-based law firm to represent the solid waste authority in a lawsuit seeking a court order to stop a $12. more »»

West Virginia Law Enforcement Agencies Broaden Search for Brooke Murder Suspect

March 25, 2015 WHEELING — Law enforcement agencies across the state continue to investigate leads in the search for alleged murderer Rocco Zuccaro, who escaped from a state hospital Monday. more »»

Ohio County 2016 Budget: $14M

March 25, 2015 Law enforcement continues to be the Ohio County’s biggest expenditure, but a 2016 budget approved Tuesday by county commissioners shows fewer dollars allocated to the sheriff’s department next year. more »»

City Considers Municipal Court Fine for Non-Appearance in Benwood

March 25, 2015 Benwood City Council is considering a measure to fine those who don’t appear for scheduled hearings in the city’s municipal court. more »»

Police Reports, 3-25-15

March 25, 2015 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Domestic At 5:10 a.m. Tuesday, police investigated a possible domestic dispute in the 800 block of Bow Street. BELMONT COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT On Monday, Tyler L. J. more »»

Rayland Man Sentenced in Rape of Girl, 14, in Steubenville

March 25, 2015 A Rayland man will serve 11 years in prison for raping a 14-year-old girl. Adam D. more »»

Demolition of Steubenville City Water Tank Begins

March 25, 2015 The demolition of the 350,000-gallon water tank that has served the West End of the city since the 1930s was expected to be completed by the end of Tuesday as a crew used burning torches to cut the... more »»

Brooke County School State Funds Approved in Wellsburg

March 25, 2015 Brooke County school officials learned Monday state funds have been approved for the construction of a new middle school to be built near Brooke High School. more »»

‘Local Foods, Local Places’ Workshop Set in Wheeling

March 24, 2015 Civic leaders, community members and federal agency representatives will gather in Wheeling this week for a two-day strategy session on cultivating the local food economy. more »»

Ohio County Board of Education Proposes Levy Rate Drop

March 24, 2015 Ohio County Board of Education members are considering a 2-percent drop in the school district’s excess levy rate, which would lead to a yearly savings of $380,000 to taxpayers. more »»

Weirton Voters to Decide Clerk’s Future

March 24, 2015 Voters in the upcoming Weirton municipal primary election will consider whether the job of city clerk should remain an appointed position or be changed to a regular hired positio. more »»

100th Anniversary of Unsolved Murder Approaches in Adena

March 24, 2015 Nearly 100 years later, a murder that happened in Adena remains unsolved, and likely always wil. more »»

Rice Energy Pumps Money Into Belmont County

March 24, 2015 Rice Energy continues pumping hundreds of millions of dollars into Belmont County through production at its Utica shale wells. more »»

Soap Box Derby Gains Support in Martins Ferry

March 24, 2015 The Ohio Valley Street Survivors will lend a helping hand to the Martins Ferry Chamber of Commerce as it gears up for the 22nd annual Soap Box Derb. more »»

Shadyside Council Considers Solid Waste Plan

March 24, 2015 Shadyside Council on Monday unanimously approved the Jefferson-Belmont Regional Solid Waste Authority’s Solid Waste Management Plan, which brings with it higher fees for property owners. more »»

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