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T-Town Turkey Trot

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Several participants of the Sixth Annual T-Town Turkey Trot donned turkey-themed clothing or wielded inflatable drumsticks as they ran or walked Toronto streets. They included, from left, Sara Nocera, Shauna Bentley, Lindsay Smith, Christina Newlan and Jenna DiBenedetto.

Bethany appoints interim president

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BETHANY ­— Jamie Caridi has been selected as the interim president of Bethany College, according to an announcement made by the college’s board of trustees Thursday. The appointment is effective Jan. 1. “Jamie possesses the leadership skills, strategic vision and execution ...

PSC receives report on Frontier progress

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CHARLESTON — It has been nearly a year since Frontier Communications emerged from bankruptcy and agreed to abide by the orders of the West Virginia Public Service Commission to improve its phone and broadband services. Frontier said Thursday it is on track to honor its commitment. Members ...

WVU’s Gee facing no confidence vote next week

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CHARLESTON — The Faculty Senate at West Virginia University is slated to vote against university leadership next week, including university President E. Gordon Gee. According to an agenda for the meeting scheduled for 3:15 p.m. Monday, the Faculty Senate will consider a resolution ...

Play to be presented

Community

Everyone is welcome to attend the “Nativity Story” play at the Sycamore Youth Center, 301 N. Fourth St., Steubenville, on Friday, beginning at 7 p.m. Performed by members of Sycamore’s drama class, the play takes a little less than 30 minutes and is free of charge. The class has been ...