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Dealership sponsors football battle

August 27, 2015 Rob Cellini, center, general manager of Hancock County Chrysler-Dodge- Jeep-Ram, presented $1,000 donations Wednesday to the football programs at Oak Glen and Weir high schools, made possible via th... more »»

W.Va. state workers file payday grievances

August 27, 2015 CHARLESTON — Some state workers have filed grievances over a change in pay periods that they say could cost West Virginia public employees more than $7.5 million altogethe. more »»

Discussing new businesses

August 27, 2015 Nathan D. more »»

Mercury discharge requests opposed

August 26, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — The City of New Cumberland is coming out against three companies’ requests for permission to continue discharging mercury into the Ohio River. more »»

Businesses looking at ways to assist senior center

August 26, 2015 WEIRTON — A group of area business representatives are coming together in an attempt to ensure the long-term sustainability of services for Weirton’s senior citizens. more »»

High school football is back ...

August 26, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — Football fans kicked off the upcoming season in style with the annual Herald-Star and Weirton Daily Times preseason tailgate on Tuesda. more »»

Flood coverage cost concerns discussed in Brooke County

August 26, 2015 WELLSBURG — Tim Ennis, president of the Brooke County Commission, asked a representative of a federal legislator to convey his concerns about rising flood insurance rates during Tuesday’s commission... more »»

Man sentenced in federal court

August 26, 2015 WHEELING — Raymond J. Ripley Sr., 29, of New Cumberland was sentenced Tuesday to 15 months in prison by U.S. District Court Judge Frederick P. Stamp for heroin trafficking. U.S. Attorney William J. more »»

Cleveland man sentenced in court

August 26, 2015 WHEELING —Shannon J. Hinton, 25, of Cleveland was sentenced in federal court on Monday by U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp for selling heroin and cocaine near playgrounds in Hancock County, U. more »»

Doughnuts aid Salvation Army

August 26, 2015 WINTERSVILLE — Riesbeck’s Food Markets Inc. partnered with the Salvation Army to sell assorted yeast raised doughnuts throughout the month of June. more »»

Steubenville rec department plans active winter months

August 26, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville’s parks and recreation department has announced winter hours and a series of programs, including a Home School Wednesdays event that will start this week. more »»

Executive committee to meet Sept. 10

August 26, 2015 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Democractic Executive Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 at the Brooke County Library in Wellsburg. more »»

City closer to enacting sales tax

August 25, 2015 WEIRTON — Weirton City Council is one step closer to enacting a 1 percent sales tax in the city, but will have to wait to appoint a new city manager following a special meeting held Monday afternoo. more »»

Couple to fight school transfer of children

August 25, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A Weirton couple say they plan to challenge the transfer of their three children from Hancock County Schools to Brooke County Schools. more »»

Middle school project advancing

August 25, 2015 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Board of Education is slated to open bids next week for the first phase of the new middle school projec. more »»

Brooke board discusses drug testing

August 25, 2015 WELLSBURG — As staff and students in the Brooke High School career technical program prepare to participate in a simulated workplace, Brooke County school board members discussed the random drug... more »»

Bodybuilder gains honor

August 25, 2015 Weirton City Council and Mayor Harold “Bubba” Miller, right, recognized professional bodybuilder Zachary Starr, of Weirton, with a certificate of achievement during a special meeting held Monday. more »»

Deputies switching to shifts of 12 hours

August 25, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A switch to a 12-hour shift at the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department may help with issues of officer fatigue, Sheriff Ralph Fletcher said. more »»

The storm following the storm

August 24, 2015 CHESTER — Joy Sekora says it was like a swarm. The swarm after the storm. more »»

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