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Front & Centre: Wheeling’s historic market district comes full circle

August 21, 2013

Wheeling’s historic Centre Market, filled with an eclectic mix of shops and vendors, is looking up — literally....

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dbaker

Jan-09-14 12:47 PM

Where is the bell now? Members of council, when asked, are unaware of its whereabouts. It is a valuable historical artifact. WHERE IS THE BELL?

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atoddh

Aug-22-13 1:07 AM

dying makes a good point. The hordes of area "economic development specialists" have not performed. The NR allows itself to be used as a self promotion vehicle by the "specialists" vs looking at the serious problems objectively.

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ljc0427

Aug-21-13 4:29 PM

Centre Market is a joke. City of Wheeling does nothing to promote the area or city.

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ljc0427

Aug-21-13 3:37 PM

Centre Market is a joke. City of Wheeling does nothing to promote the area or city.

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acousticportal

Aug-21-13 1:06 PM

Will there be a huge "Chesapeake" banner across the wall reminding us who is really in charge?

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RRafael2

Aug-21-13 11:00 AM

The city government has no business accepting such a donation from Chesapeake. It creates a conflict of interest scenario.

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Newgirl

Aug-21-13 8:35 AM

WOW that would be neat! Hey Intelligencer!!! Can you do a series called the political family tree?? Trace every office and family connection, (and neighbor) and how the person got to the position - that would be like a mystery novel, but very interesting. Problem is, you have to look at both sides if every family has lived here 100 years,....chances are they will have multiples,.....still it would be neat for the public to have a little insight!! ;o)

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dyingov

Aug-21-13 6:13 AM

Kurt Zende, "a city economic development specialist." Impressive title! How is that city economic development going in Wheeling? When you are losing 10% of your population between US Census collections (every 10 years for the peeps).

Would be interesting to see all the names and titles (job requirements/blood lines) for all city, county, state and federal workers. My "educated" guess is low job requirements with very close blood lines!

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