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Coal industry continues to fight stream regulation

January 19, 2016 WHEELING —The U.S. more »»

Weirton Hall of Fame seeks 2016 nominees

January 19, 2016 WEIRTON — The Weirton Hall of Fame Committee is accepting nominations to be part of the hall’s 2016 induction class. more »»

‘B.A.D’ properties the topic at Williams

January 19, 2016 WEIRTON — Concerns over abandoned and dilapidated buildings, and how to address them, will be the topic of discussion during a workshop to be held in Weirton March 4. more »»

The Dream doesn’t stop for the chill

January 19, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Some three dozen marchers braved sub-zero wind chills Monday to march in honor of the late Martin Luther King Jr. The marchers were sent from the Martin Luther King Jr. more »»

Plea entered in Chester sex case

January 19, 2016 LISBON — A Chester man who had sex with a 14-year-old girl in a vacant building in East Liverpool pleaded guilty to gross sexual imposition Friday in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court. more »»

West Virginia reverses course on attorney compensation

January 19, 2016 CHARLESTON — West Virginia won’t be cutting court-appointed attorneys’ compensation after all. more »»

All that’s left are a few memories

January 19, 2016 By ESTHER MCCOY Staff writer Harpersville, a coal mining community that once was a flourishing area, is no longer in evidence, except by a brick in the weeds or a small slab of concret. more »»

There’s a story behind award-winning quilts of Ruth ‘Tom’ Scott

January 19, 2016 TORONTO — During the Civil War quilts were used as a method of sending messages. more »»

Energy production climbs in West Virginia

January 18, 2016 WHEELING — A single Ohio County Marcellus Shale well yielded enough natural gas in 2014 to provide electricity for 24,315 homes, according to new numbers released by the West Virginia Geological &... more »»

Non-drug pain fighters offer widening options

January 18, 2016 HUNTINGTON — A whopping 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, and to manage that pain long-term, 5 million to 8 million use prescription opioids. more »»

Bill would hold high-speed Internet firms’ feet to fire

January 18, 2016 CHARLESTON — West Virginia lawmakers want to make sure that companies make good on the promise to customers of high-speed Internet service. more »»

Chester’s a clean community

January 18, 2016 The city of Chester recently received the 2015 Clean Community Award from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection for its participation in West Virginia Make It Shine, Earth Day,... more »»

Wheeling native now Manchin’s press chief

January 18, 2016 WHEELING — Wheeling native Lauren Swearingen-Herbster had no interest in politics just five years ago when she was still a senior in college. Now, she is the press secretary in Washington for U.S. more »»

Charges filed in West Liberty assault incident

January 18, 2016 WEST LIBERTY — A Michigan man is facing one felony and one misdemeanor charge after an altercation with his girlfriend Thursday on the campus of West Liberty University. more »»

Mr. Mat honor goes to longtime coach Crosier

January 18, 2016 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Jim Crosier’s name was misspelled in a story that appeared on Page 1C of Sunday’s edition.) WHEELING — Jim Crosier, a 1967 Steubenville Big Red graduate, received the prestigious M. more »»

Spill moves down river

January 17, 2016 Chester volunteer firefighters pull a boom into place on the East Liverpool side of the Ohio River to contain a chemical spill Friday morning. more »»

Bill requiring photo ID to vote advances

January 17, 2016 MARTINSBURG — Senate Bill 5, which will require voters to present photo identification before casting a ballot, will be a top priority for the new year in West Virginia, Se. more »»

Hancock looks at alternative to snow makeup days

January 17, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County Schools think they have found a way to avoid last year's predicament of an inordinately long school year. more »»

Delegates want fracking money for roads

January 17, 2016 WHEELING — West Virginia leaders collected about $18 million from leasing mineral tracts beneath the Ohio River and state parks for fracking, but a bipartisan bill in the House of Delegates would... more »»

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