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WesBanco helps Habitat

April 12, 2016 WesBanco donates $3,000 to the Wheeling Area Habitat for Humanity’s project for a new home to be built on Wheeling Island for the partner family of Michelle Poole, a WesBanco employee. more »»

WVDOH offers bridge fix

April 12, 2016 WHEELING — Representatives of the West Virginia Division of Highways offered a public workshop Monday to present design concepts for a proposed Wheeling Suspension Bridge rehabilitation projec. more »»

State employee ordered to remove Gadsden flag

April 12, 2016 CHARLESTON — A West Virginia water agency manager has been ordered to remove from his office wall a large flag depicting a rattlesnake and the words, “Don’t tread on me. more »»

Sentence imposed in juvenile pornography case in Jefferson County

April 12, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Brian Wilson, 27, was sentenced to 16 months in prison on Monday by Jefferson County Common Pleas Judge Joseph Bruzzese Jr. after Wilson admitted to a probation revocation. more »»

Clean Power Plan pits coal usage against ‘blue’ states

April 11, 2016 WHEELING — Attorneys general representing many so-called “blue” states are pushing to make sure President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan takes full effect to cut carbon dioxide pollution. more »»

City Council to hear finance agenda tonight

April 11, 2016 WEIRTON — A revision in the current fiscal year’s budget, and a series of purchases will be among the items to go before Weirton City Council when it convenes tonight. more »»

Candidate forum

April 11, 2016 Larry Palmer, an unopposed candidate for Brooke County sheriff, was among many Democratic candidates in the May 10 primary election who shared their backgrounds and views at a public forum held by... more »»

Fun Run course takes tougher route for Classic

April 11, 2016 WHEELING — Young runners feeling up to the challenge of a tougher race course, but who may not yet be ready to tackle the 13. more »»

Needle exchange grabs less use in Wheeling

April 11, 2016 WHEELING — Health officials believe Ohio County’s needle exchange program provides a valuable service to the community, even though the number of clients remains low. more »»

Health gala will honor local medical heroes

April 11, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — The Jefferson County Fourth Street Health Center will recognize Dr. more »»

Woman of the year

April 11, 2016 MaryAnn Donnelly, center, director of A Caring Place Child Advocacy Center, was named woman of the year when the Ohio Valley Business and Professional Women held its annual “Wine and Shoe... more »»

Night club to become church

April 10, 2016 CHESTER — It's not every day that a church relocates to a nightclub. more »»

Bataan Death March remembered

April 10, 2016 WELLSBURG — Tribute was paid to the thousands of U.S. more »»

Never Alone WV plans community event

April 10, 2016 WEIRTON — Never Alone WV is continuing its efforts to fight against addiction, planning a free, community event in the coming weeks. more »»

A father-daughter 'date' to the Speakers Series

April 10, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Ninety-seven-year-old Anthony Violi has a "date" on April 2. more »»

Son: Alzheimer’s ‘robs so much’

April 10, 2016 CHESTER — Randall Forzano’s memories of his parents before they were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease are what’s helping him cope with the disease today. more »»

Capitol continuing to host a variety of events

April 10, 2016 WHEELING — Debt repayment of the Capitol Theatre purchase siphons money the Wheeling Convention and Visitors Bureau may otherwise use on event planning and promotion, but the venue still hosts a... more »»

WJU creates Business Advisory Council

April 10, 2016 WHEELING — Local and national business leaders and alumni have come together to establish Wheeling Jesuit University’s first-ever Business Advisory Council — a group designed to help create strong... more »»

Heinz History Center exhibit includes Marx toys

April 10, 2016 The Heinz History Center has a new exhibit featuring toys from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. And though the collection is on loan from the Minnesota Historical Society, there is an Ohio Valley connectio. more »»

Marx Toy Museum set to close on June 30

April 10, 2016 MOUNDSVILLE — The nonprofit Marx Toy Museum on Second Street, which opened Friday for the season, will close permanently on June 30 but will continue its mission to preserve the work of Louis and... more »»

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