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Manchin derides GOP on alternative fuels law

January 17, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Republican efforts to repeal a state alternative fuels law were derided by a U.S. senator from West Virginia. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va. more »»

Major to be honored with MLK award

January 17, 2015 WEIRTON — A one-time principal of the former Dunbar School in Weirton will be honored by the Martin Luther King Jr. State Holiday Commission as part of a ceremony to be held in Charleston on Monday. more »»

Area UW reaches 80 percent of goal

January 17, 2015 WHEELING — The United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley has secured $630,000, or 80 percent of its 2014-15 goal of $789,000, said George Smoulder, United Way executive director. more »»

Franciscan students prepare to march

January 17, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — Franciscan University of Steubenville will be represented by more than 800 students, faculty, staff and alumni at the 2015 March for Life in Washington, D.C. more »»

Teapot renovation donation

January 17, 2015 Sue Badgley Hineman, fourth from left, accepts a $3,500 check from Hancock County Savings Bank CEO Catherine Ferrari in front of the Chester "World's Largest Teapot" landmark on Thursday. more »»

WLU Highlands Center students honored

January 17, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — Scholarships improve access to higher education and for eight West Liberty University non-traditional students a recent cash award means a lot. more »»

WVNCC to honor Cummings

January 17, 2015 WHEELING — The Rev. Darrell W. more »»

Nutting Gallery exhibition set to open

January 17, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — The annual Art Faculty Exhibition opens the new semester at West Liberty University with a display of six-inch art from the experts. On display from Wednesday through Feb. more »»

Gabriel House changing location

January 16, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A faith-based organization that helps pregnant women and young mothers in need is moving to a new location because its current offices have become too costly to maintain. more »»

Tomblin proposes $12M higher ed cut

January 16, 2015 CHARLESTON — Higher education in West Virginia will see a nearly $12 million budget drop in 2016 with West Virginia University and the School of Medicine accounting for more than 60 percent of the... more »»

Sewers, public records talk of PSD

January 16, 2015 WELLSBURG — An update on the next phase of the Eldersville Road sewer project and public access to recordings of meetings were among matters before the Brooke County Public Service District board... more »»

City planning commission OKs business park request

January 16, 2015 WEIRTON — The Weirton Planning Commission met Wednesday to address one request, a proposed Planned Development District in the area of the Three Springs Business Park. more »»

Election filing open in New Cumberland

January 16, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — Filing currently is open for the City of New Cumberland’s May 12 municipal election. According to a legal advertisement from the city, candidacy filing is open until Jan. more »»

Park board reviews new Millsop lineup

January 16, 2015 WEIRTON — Officials on the Weirton Board of Parks and Recreation reviewed the new program lineup of Millsop Community Center during their regular meeting Thursday. more »»

Digital radios presented to local law enforcers

January 16, 2015 WINTERSVILLE — Local law enforcement agencies were presented with 36 digital, portable radios Thursday, as part of Ohio’s effort to create one over-reaching, emergency communications system. more »»

City water billing issue aired to board

January 16, 2015 WEIRTON – The Weirton Area Water Board approved several actions and heard from one citizen concerned about issues with his water bill during its regular meeting Thursda. more »»

Sanitary board approves odor control equipment buy

January 16, 2015 WEIRTON — The Weirton Sanitary Board approved an equipment purchase as part of its odor control system during its regular meeting Thursday. more »»

Tomblin stresses communication

January 15, 2015 CHARLESTON — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin delivered his annual State of the State address Wednesday, emphasizing the need for cooperation to continue moving West Virginia forward. more »»

Speech lacking in budget talk, legislators say

January 15, 2015 WHEELING — Following Gov. more »»

Legislature convenes

January 15, 2015 CHARLESTON — The first session of the 82nd West Virginia Legislature officially convened Wednesday with an historic change in leadership. more »»

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