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Obamacare patients shift to free clinics

December 26, 2014 WHEELING — Wheeling Health Right and other free clinics find their patient base rising as insurance consumers discover they can’t afford the costs of the Affordable Care Act, and might otherwise be... more »»

Local boys’ wishes granted for Disney World trips

December 26, 2014 WHEELING — Two local families will have a brighter Christmas this year, thanks to the Make-A-Wish organization. more »»

Law office creates quirky charity event

December 26, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — The Bordas & Bordas law firm turned a quirky office practice into a new tradition that benefits the public this year. more »»

A Christmas Tradition

December 25, 2014 Volunteers with the Wellsburg Kiwanis Club helped prepare for the Christmas luminaria tradition Wednesday morning. more »»

Santa Goes Mobile

December 25, 2014 Santa and Mrs. Claus took a ride through Follansbee Wednesday morning before their big Christmas Eve night got under way. more »»

Family gives a grocery shopping spree

December 25, 2014 WINTERSVILLE — Sylvia Crawley and her family turned their winter blues into holiday cheer this year by offering a one-minute grocery shopping spree to a local family last Saturda. more »»

Swartzmiller delivers early Christmas presents

December 25, 2014 WEIRTON — Outgoing Del. Randy Swartzmiller, D-Hancock, surprised three area organizations with an early Christmas present this week, presenting grants totaling $16,000. more »»

Neighborhood group dresses up storefront

December 25, 2014 WHEELING — As a way to pay tribute to the former Cooey-Bentz Furniture windows at Christmastime, the South Wheeling Preservation Alliance is dressing up its own storefront on Jacob Street. more »»

‘Operation Grinch’ nets 19 arrests

December 24, 2014 WEIRTON — Weirton and Hancock County law enforcement officials arrested 19 people Tuesday for a range of crimes, mostly relating to drugs according to Weirton Police Chief Rob Alexander. more »»

Courtroom getting finishing touches

December 24, 2014 Lester Hall of Intex Services LLC, of Martins Ferry, Ohio, puts the finishing touches on the main courtroom of the new Hancock County Magistrate Court on Tuesday. more »»

City plans service for fallen N.Y. officers

December 24, 2014 WEIRTON — City administrators, police and emergency responders are organizing a memorial service to be held Tuesday in honor of two police officers who were shot and killed in New York last weekend... more »»

Christmas Day Memorial Dinner

December 24, 2014 Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church will hold its fourth-annual Christmas Day Memorial Dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at Hellenic Hall, located at 300 S. Fourth St., Steubenville. more »»

Ohio County mine’s prep plant getting $45 million expansion

December 24, 2014 BENWOOD — The dust flying in Center Benwood signals increased coal production at Murray Energy’s Ohio County Mine — and a $45 million expansion at the mine’s preparation plant to accommodate it. more »»

Teapot restoration project gains steam

December 24, 2014 CHESTER — For a stationary landmark, the Chester “World’s Largest Teapot” sure gets around. more »»

B&O allocations planned

December 23, 2014 WEIRTON — Weirton City Council met in a workshop session Monday evening to discuss revenue collections, unfunded budget requests and funding for upcoming administrative vacancies. more »»

Library reopened after two gas leaks

December 23, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — Eleven days after having to close for a gas leak, Swaney Memorial Library in New Cumberland is open agai. more »»

Coal ash regulations heighten divisions

December 23, 2014 CHESTER — Long-awaited federal rules on the regulation of coal ash continue to divide people on both sides of the issue, although their impact on nearby Little Blue Run may be negligible. more »»

West Lib looks at new tuition model

December 23, 2014 WEST LIBERTY — A full-time West Liberty University student taking 12 credit hours per semester currently pays the same tuition as a student taking 21 hours. more »»

Franciscan charity drive

December 23, 2014 Project St. Nicholas, Franciscan University of Steubenville’s annual Christmas charity drive, raised more than $2,800 this Christmas seaso. more »»

Authors give a lesson in writing

December 23, 2014 WELLSBURG — “Writers are not born. They’re made. You learn to write,” Patricia Easton, author of several children’s books, told pupils at Franklin Primary School. more »»

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