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October 6, 2012
Weirton Daily Times

Road work announced

The West Virginia Division of Highways has announced road work to be performed next week, pending suitable weather.

Crews continue to pave Hospital Hill Road in Weirton, known by many as the back way to Weirton Medical Center. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers, but drivers should expect delays.

Crews in Brooke County also will be patching Colliers Way and pulling shoulders and ditches along state Route 88.

In Hancock County, crews will be patching Lewis, Taylor and Ferndale roads and Lee and Willis ways; ditching along Okie Lane, Riggs, Bell Hill and Glass School roads and Dominic, Bluestone and Tasha drives and mowing along many roads.

Road restriction announced

STEUBENVILLE - Jefferson County Road 77, also known as Permars Run and Sinclair Avenue will be restricted to one lane from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday for for creek debris removal work.

Traffic will be maintained with flagmen.

Weirton cleanup week concludes

WEIRTON - Public Works Director John Brown reports an incident free cleanup week in Weirton.

While it's far too soon to say how many trips were involved or how much refuse was collected, Brown said there were "no incidents with trucks or drivers."

"We were accident free," he said, adding that his crews "picked up a lot of stuff, a lot of material."

"There was a lot of electronics - a lot of TVs and a lot of computers, that kind of thing," he said. "We took it all."

To pull it off required the use of three rental sanitation trucks and drivers, plus the sanitation department's own trucks. "The entire public works was involved in this," he added. "Our street crews and office staff, everybody was taking calls and communicating with the people out on the road."

Halloween events at Fort Steuben Mall

STEUBENVILLE - Fort Steuben Mall is getting into the Halloween spirit beginning Oct 27.

Beginning at noon there will be a kid's costume contest in center court for children from birth to age 12. The categories are birth-2, ages 3 - 5 and ages 6 -12. Prizes for best costume in each age group are a $50 mall gift card for first place; $25 mall gift card, second; $10 mall gift card, third.

Following the kid's costume contest WCDK-FM's annual Pet-o-Ween Pet Costume Contest is slated. Pet prizes will be awarded for first through third place for best costume. Participants should bring their pets directly to center court through the main entrance near Quiznos. Pets will not be permitted access to other areas of the mall during this event.

There is no cost to participate in the kids or pet costume contests; however, participants are asked to bring a donation of a non-perishable food item for the Steubenville Salvation Army's October Food Pantry Drive as a registration fee. Registration begins for children and pets at 11 a.m. in center court, and there will be no registrations accepted after the contests begin at noon.

The Annual Community Trick-or-Treat will be held in the mall from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 30. Children age 12 and under are invited to come in costume and trick-or-treat at all participating mall stores and specialty vendors. Trick-or-treaters should bring a nonperishable food item to center court no earlier than 3:30 p.m. the day of the event to receive a trick-or-treat bag to participate. Trick-or-treaters will not be permitted to visit the stores without a Fort Steuben Mall Trick-or-Treat bag. During the trick-or-treat event, there will be vendors set up to give treats to kids and parents.

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