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Downtown Living: A New Direction for Wheeling?

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — Don’t look now, but there are some who would like to see downtown Wheeling’s buildings head in a new direction by trading in brass nameplates for welcome mat. more »»

Nation’s Leaders Look to the Future

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — As U.S. more »»

Mayor: 1100 Block Demolition Was Right Move

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — When it comes to reversing the fortunes of a struggling downtown and sending it in a new direction, Wheeling Mayor Andy McKenzie doesn’t believe he and the rest of City Council were... more »»

Elected Leaders Look at Education, Future Jobs

February 28, 2013 MOUNDSVILLE — State representatives from Ohio and West Virginia differ regarding major issues in their states for the next few years, but two things they agree on are education and jobs. more »»

Companies Invest in Local Area

February 28, 2013 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Murray Energy continues to invest heavily in the local area, with plans to spend more than $200 million over the next three years in local operations. more »»

Boy Scouts Changing With Times

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — Since its inception in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has endeavored to be a positive, educational and fun program for the male youth of Americ. more »»

Cities Seek Public Input In Comprehensive Plan Creation

February 28, 2013 MOUNDSVILLE — Two local cities are taking similar approaches to providing a new direction for their comprehensive plans, reaching out to members of their respective communities for insight into what... more »»

Local Governments No Stranger to Assisting With Development

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — While most local residents know The Highlands retail development was created by Ohio County’s development arm, the Ohio County Development Authority, there are other government-assisted... more »»

Members Say Finances, Education Dominate Congress

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — Local members of Congress believe educating the nation’s students, solving the never-ending federal financial crisis and ending military action overseas will continue to be the big issues... more »»

Industrial Parks Open Local Area to Opportunities

February 28, 2013 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Belmont County is open for business with three industrial and business parks. more »»

Congress: Compromise Still Possible in D.C.

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — The spirit of compromise remains alive at the U.S. Capitol, according to the region’s federal lawmakers. more »»

Has the Grass Grown on Our Path?

February 28, 2013 The Rev. William O. Webster Jr., pastor at Grace Presbyterian Church in Martins Ferry, believes that the United States is not alone in its loss of a moral compas. more »»

Some Businesses Are a Family Affair

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — Whether it’s being involved with Little League, the Super Six or the annual Christmas parade, being a community player is one of the key components to the continued success for two... more »»

Schools: Levies for Some, Lack of Support in Others

February 28, 2013 BELLAIRE — Voters in Marshall, Wetzel and Tyler counties in West Virginia approved levies to support their respective school districts in December, but two local Ohio school districts need to head i... more »»

Lawmakers: More Talk Needed on School Safety

February 28, 2013 WHEELING — Discussions about mental health treatment need to be part of any national dialogue pertaining to gun law reform and school safety, local members of Congress say. more »»

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