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Prof to Priest: Wheeling Pastor Shares Faith Journey

WHEELING — Things were going well. The man formerly known as James Tsikouris was an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. He had students that he loved and some university-related clinical work at nearby UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. His research — which ...

Moonlight Intimate Apparel Opens in Wheeling’s Centre Market

WHEELING — The newest business in Wheeling’s Centre Market is aiming to help women in the Ohio Valley “add a little spice into their lives” by making them look and feel their best. Moonlight Intimate Apparel officially opened its doors Friday at 2232 Market St., where officials and ...

It’s Apple Time

WHEELING — There’s a certain point each autumn — as the nights grow cool and long — when Josh Jebbia can’t help but think of applesauce. Sure, he manages the iconic Jebbia’s Market, where whole truckloads of the fruit are coming in from orchards in the Eastern Panhandle. They ...

Flip Side: City Embraces Music Big or Small

WHEELING — Wheeling’s appetite for live music is such that, sometimes, only a full-on symphony on the city’s biggest of stages will do. Or a biggish name act that buses in fresh flavors from afar. But, other times, a neighborhood guy with a guitar can hit the spot. One of those local ...

New Wheeling Country Club Executive Chef Crafting Memorable Dining Experiences

Raised in Wheeling, Justin Droginske knows the tastes of the Ohio Valley. The Wheeling Country Club’s new executive chef likes to call the area “meat and potatoes country.” And as the man leading the way for cuisine at the Country Club, he wants to please the palates of his customers. ...

Getting Cozy: Chilly Temps Bring Yarn Craft Indoors for the Season

MARTINS FERRY — It’s part art studio, part Santa’s workshop for the boho crowd. There are fluttery strips of hand-dyed silk and a tall, hammered-copper still that’s occasionally used to capture the lushness of today’s garden in a linen spritzer that will be used through the bleak ...