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Oglebay’s Good Zoo Bids Farewell to Old Man Winter

March 23, 2014 WHEELING—Old Man Winter wore out his welcome at Oglebay’s Good Zoo. more »»

County Seeking Help With Holes

March 22, 2014 Delegate David Evans, R-Marshall, once enjoyed swerving his vehicle back and forth at fairs and parks that offered bumper cars rides, but he wishes his daily commutes along U.S. more »»

Pet Shop Owner Found Guilty Of Failing to Provide Treatment

March 22, 2014 The owner of the former Pet Stop, Pet Shop pleaded guilty this week to animal cruelty for failing to provide medical treatment for three puppies with parvovirus sold in December. more »»

Ohio County Schools Approve New Cellphone Deal

March 22, 2014 The Ohio County School District will have a monthly cellphone bill of $4,591 for the next year. more »»

Hoopla in the Hills Kicks Off Outdoor Music Festival Season

March 21, 2014 Spring has officially sprung, and music fans suffering from cabin fever are eager to get outdoors for the kickoff of 2014 music festival seaso. more »»

Where the Big Bulls Play

March 21, 2014 The “best part of the rodeo” — which translates into how many seconds a human being can sit on the back of a 2,000-pound bull without being tossed off like a rag doll — is in the city today and... more »»

Flooding Solution Remains Elusive

March 21, 2014 Maxwell Acres residents are growing increasingly frustrated with the area’s flooding issues as attempts to find answers to the problem continue to hit a wal. more »»

Public Has Say On ’14-15 Calendar

March 21, 2014 Most Brooke County residents who attended a school calendar meeting this week prefer shorter breaks around Thanksgiving and Easter and a mid-August start date as opposed to earlier dates that month. more »»

Zoning Board Seeks Some Clarity On Business Plan for Old Church

March 21, 2014 The need for clarification was a recurring theme at Thursday’s Zoning Board of Appeals meeting. more »»

New 76-Room Days Inn Opens on Ohio 149

March 21, 2014 When Belmont Days Inn & Suites General Manager Michael Kimerline worked at hotels in North Dakota’s oil-rich Bakken Shale, drillers and pipeliners kept telling him that the next major boom would com... more »»

Skatepark Damaged Before Opening

March 20, 2014 For more than three years, Moundsville Mayor Eugene Saunders and his team worked to raise more than $10,000 to build a park designed for skateboarding, with Wednesday slated as the site’s official... more »»

First Draft Is In

March 20, 2014 After months of meetings and public brainstorming sessions, Wheeling officials are finally getting a sneak peek at what the city’s new comprehensive plan will look like, as its consultant has... more »»

Ivan: Wegee Flood A ‘Freak of Nature’

March 20, 2014 The problem with flash flooding is that it holds true to its name — it happens quickly and often without any warning, something many Ohio Valley residents know all too wel. more »»

County Tables Road Closure Request

March 20, 2014 The Belmont County Commission on Wednesday tabled a request from Oxford Mining to temporarily close a portion of a road in Union Township so that Oxford can strip mine the road. more »»

Table for No. 4: Head Start Hosts Dinner

March 20, 2014 Northern Panhandle Head Start No. 4 students got the chance to share a spaghetti dinner with their fathers, uncles or grandfathers — and in some cases all three — at the school Wednesday. more »»

For Vocelli’s, Success Never Tasted So Good

March 19, 2014 Success never tasted so good. more »»

DeWine Urging Reforms to BCI

March 19, 2014 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine believes he is making a measurable difference as state’s top law enforcement officer by initiating reforms that bring criminal evidence to court quicker. more »»

County OKs Jozabeth’s Demolition Project

March 19, 2014 Marshall County will pay $131,900 to renovate the former Jozabeth’s clothing store and demolish a pair of nearby houses in Moundsville as part of plans to build a new public safety center. more »»

HRC Wants to Let Friendly City Know ‘We Are Here’

March 19, 2014 Members of the Wheeling Human Rights Commission want to lower signs of false perception and raise those that promote awareness. more »»

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