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Paris Presbyterian sets events for February

February 3, 2016 PARIS — The Paris Presbyterian Church has announced upcoming February events. They include: • 10 a.m. Tuesday and Feb. 23, March 8 and 29 and April 12 and 26, “Color Me Calm. more »»

Pennsylvania briefs

February 3, 2016 Avella library will hold children’s Valentine’s event AVELLA — The Avella Area Public Library will hold a Valentine’s Day children’s craft and story hour from 10:30 a.m. to noon Feb. more »»

Hancock County candidates set

February 2, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — While all eyes are on the 2016 presidential primary season, Hancock County voters will have plenty of local offices to fill this year. more »»

Steelworkers ratify pact with U.S. Steel

February 2, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Members of the United Steelworkers union have ratified a new three-year contract with U.S. Steel Corp. covering about 18,000 workers at more than a dozen facilities across the country. more »»

Follansbee Council talks community days

February 2, 2016 FOLLANSBEE — On Monday, Follansbee Council discussed the possibility of establishing neighborhood watch programs throughout the city and funding for this year’s Community Days festival. more »»

Former Rock Springs ‘jumper’ horse coming back to Chester

February 2, 2016 CHESTER — A “jumper” horse that once was part of the famed Rock Springs Park carousel is returning to Chester. more »»

Wheeling keeps Super Six

February 2, 2016 WHEELING — Most struggle to quantify the economic impact of the West Virginia Super Six on Ohio County over the last two decades, but it doesn’t take advanced calculus to figure out the annual high... more »»

Five years for Trinity Express

February 2, 2016 WINTERSVILLE — The 25 employees at the Trinity Express Care Center have been celebrating their five-year anniversary. The facility on Main Street in the village opened its doors on Ja. more »»

Ex-official gets probation, fine in W.Va. chemical spill

February 2, 2016 CHARLESTON — A former environmental consultant at a chemical distributor was sentenced to three years’ probation and fined $10,000 Monday for a 2014 chemical spill that fouled the drinking water... more »»

Brooke Health Department braces for cuts

February 1, 2016 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Health Department is among public health departments throughout the state preparing for a proposed 25 percent cut in state funding. more »»

Sunday booze bill has life again

February 1, 2016 SHEPHERDSTOWN — With the West Virginia legislative session now in its third week, supporters of HB 2804, better known as the “Brunch Bill,” will continue to try making progress and bring it to the... more »»

Murray Energy among firms fighting new coal dust rule

February 1, 2016 WHEELING — Murray Energy Corp. and other coal companies are fighting a new regulation in court that Mine Safety and Health Administration officials believe will help prevent black lung disease. more »»

Gingrich says Trump defines today’s politics

February 1, 2016 WHEELING — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks a lot and makes a lot of noise, and he is the definition of today’s new politics, according to former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingric. more »»

Three interviewed for Steubenville city manager

February 1, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville Council members may need a few more days to decide who will be the next city manager after hearing from three local applicants Saturday. more »»

Holy Name Cathedral exterior work begins

February 1, 2016 STEUBENVILLE—The first phase of the renovation, restoration and renewal of the Holy Name Cathedral on South Fifth Street began last week with the demolition of the church parking lot. more »»

Growth and success

January 31, 2016 WEIRTON — Progress. It’s happening all around us. Businesses are expanding. New companies are moving into our are. more »»

Fletcher to face challenge for sheriff

January 31, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County Sheriff Ralph Fletcher says he's ready for another four years, but he'll have to get past a Republican challenger come November. more »»

Kessler makes governor run official

January 31, 2016 WHEELING — West Virginia Senate Minority Leader Jeff Kessler officially entered the 2016 election for governor Friday, becoming the third Democrat to file in the race. more »»

Legislature considers homeschool tweak

January 31, 2016 CHARLESTON — A bill that is being introduced into the West Virginia Legislature, according to lawmakers, should better align the state's homeschooling policies with other states around the nation. more »»

WLU announces zoo science major

January 31, 2016 WHEELING — West Liberty University and Oglebay’s Good Zoo are partnering to create a new zoo science major that will offer students hands-on curriculum in animal care. more »»

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