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NEW GAZEBO  — Officials from the village of Mount Pleasant stand in front of a new gazebo in a village park. The gazebo was installed by Smith’s Sawdust Studio, a local business that specializes in custom sheds, barns, gazebos and more. - Dylan McKenzie

Mount Pleasant has a new gazebo, courtesy of Smith’s Sawdust Studio

MOUNT PLEASANT — The village of Mount Pleasant has a new gazebo in a local park, courtesy of a local construction company that enjoys giving back to the community. Smith’s Sawdust Studio has been in the Upper Ohio Valley area in some form or another for more than 40 years, helping ...

Stephanie’s Auctions opens in Cadiz

CADIZ — A new business in the Cadiz area is bringing a variety of goods to Harrison County residents — if they place the winning bid. Stephanie’s Auctions is open on Cadiz-Dennison Road in the building formerly occupied by Coultrap Supermarket. Owner Stephanie Bebout said she was ...

Creek grad named CEO at Cardinal Health

DUBLIN — Mike Kaufmann, a 1981 graduate of Indian Creek High School, has been named chief executive officer for Cardinal Health. Kaufmann, who has served as the Dublin-based pharmaceutical distributor’s chief financial officer since November 2014, will assume his new duties on Jan. 1. ...

Is your pet prepared for a plane trip?

NEW YORK — Oscar is a cat of the world. He has his own Instagram account, @Oskibabi, along with high-tech toys like a remote-controlled centipede. But there’s one aspect of modern life Oscar doesn’t like: flying. Rather than leave Oscar home in New York while I spent 10 days in ...

Utica Shale Academy gets grant for program

SALINEVILLE — The Utica Shale Academy has received a mini-grant to help prepare students for a career in the oil and gas industry. The community school, which includes students in grades ninth through 12th and is based at Southern Local High School, earned a $600 best practice grant from ...

Real Estate Transfers

The following real estate transactions were recorded in Jefferson County: Michael and Carrie Finegan to Terri and Donald Zeigler, 28.236 acres, Wells-Warren Township (survivorship). Patricia Rudy (deceased) to Karol Rudy, lots 12-13, Speakers Second. Thomas Murphy (deceased) to Mary ...

Quick Takes

ACCREDITATION: The American College of Cardiology has recognized East Liverpool City Hospital has received chest pain center accreditation from the American College of Cardiology. “We’re proud to bestow Chest Pain Center Accreditation on East Liverpool City Hospital,” said Abraham ...

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Big Shot Bob’s holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

Big Shot Bob’s House of Wings located in the Three Springs Crossing plaza officially was welcomed to Weirton on Oct. 27 with a ribbon cutting held by the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce. Taking part were, from left, City Manager Travis Blosser, Mayor Harold Miller, owner David McComb and ...

ANILE’S PHARMACY — Standing in Anile’s Pharmacy located on Pennsylvania Avenue in Weirton are three generations of pharmacists in the Anile family. They are, from left, Diana Anile-Sikora, Lewis J. Anile, Jessica Jamison and Jeff Anile.

A new generation joins Anile Pharmacy

WEIRTON — The pharmacy business has changed a great deal in the last 60 years, according to Lewis J. Anile, who started Anile Pharmacy in 1959. Through it all, the business has endeavored to make sure its customers felt like family, beginning with him and continuing with his children. Now ...

A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE — Trudy Slaven was visited at her new business, Trudy’s Treasures, by Joe Matello, left, and Paul DiGiactino. Slaven has brought a variety of NFL items, jewelry, toys and other collectibles under one roof at Follansbee Plaza on Main Street.

Trudy’s Treasures offers variety of unique gifts

FOLLANSBEE — After selling an assortment of NFL items, fantasy-themed jewelry, toys and other collectibles at area flea markets, Trudy Slaven of Steubenville has brought all of her merchandise under one roof at Trudy’s Treasures, her new shop on Main Street. The shop is within the former ...