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ACLU wants to review Weirton police shooting

July 25, 2016 WEIRTON (AP) — West Virginia's chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is seeking documents related to the death of a 23-year-old black man who was fatally shot by police. more »»

 
 
 
Hydropower rises along Ohio River, but not locally

July 25, 2016 WHEELING — Enough new hydroelectricity to power up to 320,000 homes will come online this year, while four new power plants are under construction at dams along the Ohio River in West Virginia and... more »»

Legislators seek W.Va. bathroom protections

July 25, 2016 CHARLESTON— Some West Virginia Republicans are doubling down on the transgender bathroom issue and other so-called religious freedom bills, despite the backlash in other states that passed similar... more »»

Tomlinson steps back in time

July 25, 2016 NEW MANCHESTER — Beating the heat at Tomlinson Run State Park on Saturday meant swimming in a large public pool or standing in a pavilion in shorts and a T-shirt. more »»

Capito reflects on talk during GOP convention

July 25, 2016 WHEELING — During a trip to Wheeling and Marshall County Thursday, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va. more »»

Wasserman Schultz leaves amid Democrat e-mail flap

July 25, 2016 PHILADELPHIA — Democrats are opening their national convention in Philadelphia eager to show off a forward-looking party united behind Hillary Clinton, but they face lingering bitterness among... more »»

Ardagh to hold job fair at Half Moon

July 25, 2016 WEIRTON — Ardagh Group, a global leader in packaging solutions, producing metal and glass packaging for food, beverage, and consumer care brands, is hosting a job fair at its Weirton facility on... more »»

Energy Express program about more than books

July 25, 2016 For several years a mix of reading, creative activities, food and community projects has made the Brooke County Energy Express program popular among local children and parent. more »»

Memories of Lee West fill Belleview Park

July 25, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Cookie West began to cry on Saturday when she was told of the special deed a good friend of her late son, Lee, did to remember Le. more »»

Heat keeps Italian Festival crowds small

July 25, 2016 WHEELING — Record-breaking high temperatures over the weekend had a dampening effect on the crowds to the Upper Ohio Valley Italian Heritage Festival, leading to several vendors and patrons cutting... more »»

Steubenville council discusses recreation, projects, parking

July 25, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville Council members are reviewing a list of 14 parks in the community and determining which ones will remain open or be offered to neighborhoods or organizations to maintain. more »»

Police, community unite at event

July 24, 2016 FOLLANSBEE — Debbie Puskarich, past president of the Follansbee 20th Century Woman’s Club, said the idea of a meet and greet with members of the city police department started when she took doughnut... more »»

Bill Tucker among Hall of Fame inductees

July 24, 2016 WEIRTON — Among the inductees for this year's Weirton Hall of Fame class is Weir High football standout and former NFL player William "Bill" Tucker. more »»

Rally for peace in community planned

July 24, 2016 WEIRTON — A local musician is organizing a rally, urging unity in the community following a number of shooting incidents across the countr. more »»

State EPA to review permit renewal

July 24, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County's provider of rural wastewater treatment services is seeking the renewal of its permits with the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. more »»

Little bridge, big headache in Chester

July 24, 2016 CHESTER — The Church Alley bridge over Middle Run is easy to miss — until somebody decides to close i. more »»

Weirton BEA moves ahead on demolition plans

July 24, 2016 WEIRTON — The Weirton Building Enforcement Agency is moving forward with plans to demolish two structures brought before it this month, noting a number of property code violations and resident... more »»

WJU students, employees aid West Virginia flood victims

July 24, 2016 WHEELING — A group of 27 Wheeling Jesuit University students, faculty members and alumni spent a day last week helping two families in Clendenin, W.Va. more »»

WLU senior named as Tamarack fellow

July 24, 2016 WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University graphic design senior Rosalie Haizlett was named an Emerging Artist Fellow by the Tamarack Foundation recently. more »»

Light of the Valley honor goes to Bordases

July 24, 2016 WHEELING — The Chambers YMCA Light of the Valley Award for 2016 will go to the husband-and-wife team of Jim and Linda Bordas, marking the first time a woman has been named a recipient. more »»

Extending hospitality

July 24, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — The Rev. Ashley Steele, executive director of Urban Mission Ministries, struggled to find the right word. more »»

 
 

Never Alone WV meeting July 25, 2016

"Never Alone WV" holds weekly meetings of support for various addictions, each Monday night at 6 p.m. at the St. Paul Rectory. If any questions, call 304-797-1579. more »

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