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July 13, 2016 Prayer, worship caravan set for D.C. PARIS — The Paris Presbyterian Church will host a caravan to attend Together 2016, a day of prayer and worship at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. more »»

Paris church lists outreach programs

July 13, 2016 PARIS — The Paris Presbyterian Church has announced upcoming outreach programs at the church located at 127 Steubenville Pike. They will include: • 7 p.m. Friday, “Music on the Deck: Chelsea Matt. more »»

Summer reading program has begun

July 13, 2016 MCDONALD — The Heritage Public Library has kicked off the “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!” summer reading program registration at the library located at 52 Fourth St. more »»

SENIOR ACTIVITIES

July 13, 2016 BURGETTSTOWN — The Burgettstown Area Senior Center, located at 200 Senior Way, has announced upcoming activities. They include: • noon, 500 bid cards; 2:30 p.. more »»

FASTPITCH SOFTBALL

July 13, 2016 BURGETTSTOWN — The Burgettstown Men’s Fastpitch Softball League is halfway through its 2016 season, with five teams participating. more »»

Weirton Farmers’ Market

July 12, 2016 Area residents gathered in the parking area near the Goodwill on Penco Road in Weirton Monday, perusing the locally grown produce and homemade items during the first day of the Weirton Farmers’... more »»

City work would reduce outages

July 12, 2016 WEIRTON — The City of Weirton is moving forward with a project aimed at preventing any widespread water outages in the city. more »»

Greenbrier reopen after W.Va. floods

July 12, 2016 WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — The Greenbrier, West Virginia’s iconic 710-room hotel, is reopening to paying guests more than two weeks after deadly flooding hit the state. more »»

Rural areas face long struggle to repair infrastructure

July 12, 2016 CHARLESTON — Residents in some southern West Virginia public service districts are still without water more than two weeks after severe flooding. more »»

Follansbee considers land swap

July 12, 2016 FOLLANSBEE — Follansbee Council is considering trading one parcel of land for another, with a majority agreeing Monday to move forward with the proposed swap with an unnamed party. more »»

Back to School fair assists Brooke youth

July 12, 2016 WELLSBURG — Numerous businesses, groups and individuals have come together to provide Brooke County youth, from pre-school to 12th grade, to get a good start to the new school year by receiving an... more »»

Blood drive fills need during collection doldrums

July 12, 2016 WHEELING — There’s no better way to fill the desperate need for blood than to roll up your sleeves and donate, and area residents did just that as the American Red Cross teamed up with the Wheeling... more »»

Paden City woman will serve as delegate for Democrats

July 12, 2016 WHEELING — A Paden City native will serve as a delegate to this month’s Democrat National Convention in Philadelphia, and she believes Hillary Clinton should be the nation’s next president. more »»

AG Morrisey says some fantasy sports are legal in state

July 12, 2016 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey released an opinion on Monday that says select fantasy sports games are legal in the stat. more »»

School board to meet Wednesday

July 12, 2016 WELLSBURG —The Brooke County Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday to discuss issues involving facilities. It will be held at the board’s office at 1201 Pleasant Ave. more »»

Forbes puts FUS in top 10 percent

July 12, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — For the third year in a row, Franciscan University of Steubenville has made the Forbes list of America’s Top Colleges, ranking in the top 10 percent of America’s 4,726 degree-grantin... more »»

Lending a hand

July 11, 2016 Children, staff and volunteers with West Virginia University’s Energy Express program at Follansbee Middle School collected personal hygiene items and cleaning supplies for victims of flooding in... more »»

City looks to improve water system

July 11, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Although it has a new source of revenue, the New Cumberland Water Department is still looking at $3.5 million in necessary improvements to the city’s public water system. more »»

Delegates being asked to ‘dump Trump’

July 11, 2016 WHEELING — They’ve received “thousands of e-mails” asking them to “dump Trump,” but two West Virginia delegates to this month’s Republican National Convention say they won’t support changes to... more »»

Schools face transgender facilities question

July 11, 2016 WHEELING — With the halls and restroom stalls in school buildings now empty for the summer, local school districts are discussing how best to provide restroom options for transgender students this... more »»

 
 
 

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