Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Contact Us | Home RSS
Merrick: Men Getting Smarter About Health

April 2, 2014 When Dr. Gregory Merrick asked the crowd Tuesday during a meeting of the Wheeling Rotary Club if there were any questions for him, the room full of mostly men was silen. more »»

Primanti’s Files for Wheeling Business License

April 2, 2014 Primanti Brothers’ sandwiches soon could be available in the Wheeling area, as the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office approved a business license for the restaurant chain. more »»

Ex-Big Red Coach Belardine Expected to Enter Guilty Plea in Steubenville Rape Case Charge

April 2, 2014 A former Steubenville High School volunteer football coach, who was one of six people named by a special grand jury investigating aspects of the Steubenville rape case, is expected to enter a guilty... more »»

WPHS Students Win At SkillsUSA Tournament

April 2, 2014 Practice doesn’t make perfect, but it did make a positive experience for Wheeling Park High School students. more »»

Route 7 Woes: Delays Continue

April 2, 2014 Motorists traveling state Ohio 7 south from Brilliant to Rush Run who are tired of several miles of lane restrictions will have to wait even longer for the barricades to be move. more »»

Princess Party This Sunday

April 2, 2014 Miss Northern West Virginia Scholarship Program plans to host a princess party for girls 3-12 years old from 2-5 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Bridgeport. more »»

Dotson Pleads Guilty to Sex With Inmate

April 2, 2014 Amber Fawn Dotson of New Martinsville pleaded guilty last week in Marshall County Circuit Court to engaging in sexual relations with a prisoner at West Virginia Northern Regional Jail. more »»

Police Reports

April 2, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Fugitive At 5:47 p.m. Monday, police went to a National Road address in regards to a fugitive from justice repor. more »»

Cough Leads To Lung Transplant

April 2, 2014 When Elizabeth Tennant’s cough wouldn’t go away after battling a cold, she never dreamed the malady would result in a lung transplant six years later. more »»

Jozabeth’s Razing Set for Next Week

April 2, 2014 Raze International should begin its $131,900 demolition project next week as part of the Marshall County Commission’s plans for a new public safety center at the former Jozabeth’s clothing store in... more »»

Gamble: 204 Animal Bites, Scratches Since ’12, Including Komodo Dragon

April 2, 2014 A komodo dragon is among the animals that Ohio County residents have had encounters with since 2012, according to the Wheeling-Ohio County Health Department. more »»

McKown Charged With Trafficking Cocaine, Marijuana

April 2, 2014 Alexander Joseph McKown, 21, of 202 17th St. more »»

Murder Suspects Have Criminal Backgrounds

April 1, 2014 One suspect in the Friday murder of Joseph Struthers at Sally Buffalo Park in Cadiz is heavily tattooed and, along with a second suspect, is considered by police to be dangerous. Cadiz Police Sgt. more »»

Local Veterans Center Planning Open House

April 1, 2014 The Wheeling Vet Center, 1058 E. Bethlehem Blvd. more »»

Students Observe Heart Surgery

April 1, 2014 Fifteen heads bent over a skylight window above an operating room at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa. on Monday, their eyes attentively staring down at the scene below the. more »»

City and County Offices Up for Vote on May 13

April 1, 2014 New Martinsville City Recorder Bonnie Shannon doesn’t have to worry about facing an opponent for her office in the May 13 election, but she does have to keep track of all those who are seeking offic... more »»

Wetzel and Tyler County Voters to Choose Leaders on May 13

April 1, 2014 McMechen Mayor Michael Gracik said he worked as hard as he could during his six years in office, but just could not bring himself to seek another four-year term in the May 13 election. more »»

Water Meters Go High-Tech

April 1, 2014 Aging water meters usually mean revenue down the drain for cities that aren’t getting an accurate picture of what is flowing through their customers’ taps. more »»

VanVranken Earns Chief Master Sergeant

April 1, 2014 Patrick R. VanVranken was recently promoted to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force. more »»

I am looking for: