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100th class graduates from Weir High School

May 27, 2016 WEIRTON — It was a night of celebration, accomplishments and milestones Thursday as Weir High School’s Class of 2016 stepped into the next phase of their lives. more »»

Help for others theme for Brooke graduates

May 27, 2016 WELLSBURG — Whether drawing on the advice of philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson, South African civil rights leader Nelson Mandela or author J.K. more »»

Brooke museum says visit not time for POWs

May 27, 2016 WELLSBURG — The leaders of a local museum depicting the experiences of Allied service members captured by the Japanese during World War II are concerned about efforts by a similar group to arrange... more »»

Relay for Life will open in Follansbee June 4

May 27, 2016 FOLLANSBEE — People from many different walks of life again will gather at the Follansbee Middle School athletic field next weekend to support efforts by the American Cancer Society to end the... more »»

Parking restriction backed by commission

May 27, 2016 WEIRTON — The Weirton Traffic Commission is pushing for the extension of a no-parking zone on Ardmore Avenue, but opting against a request to change traffic control measures on a section of Mahan... more »»

Sound of music floats over fort as summer concert series opens

May 27, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — The 10th-annual summer concert series at the Louis and Sandra Berkman Amphitheater at Historic Fort Steuben began Thursday with a large crowd eager to hear new musi. more »»

Man takes goat along on charity walk for Kenya

May 27, 2016 WHEELING — Seattle native Steve Wescott and his faithful goat companion, Miles, walked through Wheeling Thursday as the pair nears the end of a four-year foot journey from the Emerald City to New... more »»

Regents recommend 5-year deal for Gee

May 27, 2016 MORGANTOWN — The bow tie is staying in Morgantown for at least five more years. West Virginia University’s Board of Governors Thursday recommended a new five-year contract for President E. more »»

Cops say SUV was target in murder of ex-coal exec

May 27, 2016 CHARLESTON — Two suspects in the fatal shooting of a former coal chief executive in southern West Virginia were planning to steal his vehicle and sell it, authorities said Thursday. more »»

Oak Glen seniors cap off special year

May 26, 2016 NEW MANCHESTER — Oak Glen High School’s Class of 2016 celebrated its graduation on Wednesday by remembering two classmates, honoring a veteran school board member and watching four seniors receive... more »»

Bill would redirect greyhound funds

May 26, 2016 WHEELING — A bill introduced during the West Virginia Legislature’s special session would redirect money that supports greyhound racing to fix the state’s roads, but two Northern Panhandle delegates... more »»

Bat tests positive for rabies

May 26, 2016 CHESTER — A bat that bit a Chester resident has tested positive for rabies, the Hancock County Health Department said. The bat was one of two found in the Chester home Monday night. more »»

Hancock school board approves budget

May 26, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Despite uncertainties at the state level, the Hancock County school board has approved a $45.3 million budget for fiscal year 2017. The balanced budget includes $36. more »»

Weir High graduation walk

May 26, 2016 Weirton Elementary School pupils greeted members of the Weir High School Class of 2016 with applause, songs and cheers at they walked through the elementary school in their caps and gowns. more »»

Dr. Martich to address Weir class tonight

May 26, 2016 WEIRTON — Dr. George Daniel Martich will address the Weir High School Class of 2016 during commencement exercises to be held at the high school today. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. more »»

W.Va. jobless rate slightly improving

May 26, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — As its residents still try to cope with Ormet’s closure nearly three years after the smelter shutdown, Monroe County continues to hold Ohio’s worst unemployment rate. more »»

Oak Glen Middle School roof suit filed

May 26, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Oak Glen Middle School’s persistently leaking roof is the subject of a multi-party lawsuit filed Monday by the Hancock County Board of Education. more »»

Millsop principal takes pies in the face for autism charity

May 26, 2016 WEIRTON — It’s not uncommon for a school principal to agree to be the target of cream pies to motivate pupils to accomplish a particular task. But Brandi Reinacher, principal of Lauretta B. more »»

Treasurer’s award presented to Allison school second-grader

May 26, 2016 Two Hancock County students were winners in State Treasurer John Perdue’s “When I Grow Up” essay contest, each receiving $500 in SMART529 prize money for their college savings accounts. more »»

Wheeling Nailers make way to Kelly Cup finals

May 26, 2016 WHEELING — Wheeling Nailers coach Jeff Christian spoke repeatedly toward the end of the regular season about how much his players loved playing for their hometown fans. more »»

 
 
 

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