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Sinclair seeks re-election to family court

April 23, 2016 William F. Sinclair has announced that he will be a candidate in the May 10 election, seeking re-election to his current position as Family Court judge in the First Family Court Circui. more »»

Reinard seeks school board seat

April 23, 2016 WEIRTON — Tim Reinard, of Weirton, is seeking a position on the Hancock County Board of Education. A life-long resident of Hancock County, he lives in Weirton with his wife of 42 years. more »»

Wheeling Jesuit to raise awareness on restorative justice

April 23, 2016 WHEELING — A talk on restorative justice at Wheeling Jesuit University will feature Sr. Donna Liette, C.PP.S. more »»

Dental Hygiene seniors score perfect clinicals

April 23, 2016 WEST LIBERTY — It's tougher than most people know to pass the clinical portion of the dental hygienist board exam but West Liberty University's Class of 2016 did just that. more »»

Hancock County 911 now in modern, larger facility

April 22, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County 911 Dispatch Center Director Tracy Lemley distilled the center’s new home down to one word on Thursday: Space. more »»

Parking limit to be set on Palisades Drive

April 22, 2016 WEIRTON — The Weirton Traffic Commission plans to establish a no-parking zone in an area of Marland Heights after receiving complaints from residents about a number of non-resident car. more »»

House of Hope to aid families opens in Weirton

April 22, 2016 WEIRTON — A new facility aimed at repairing the broken bonds of area families has opened in Weirton. Evyenia’s House of Hope, located at 3217 Orchard St., opened its doors earlier this month. more »»

Former marina boss denies personal gain from checks

April 22, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — The former manager of Kennedy Marina & Campground, who pleaded guilty to one count of embezzlement on Wednesday, said he never personally benefited from the checks he cashed. more »»

West Virginia officials say state law could slow carbon compliance

April 22, 2016 CHARLESTON — A 2015 state law could prevent West Virginia from tapping its best plan to shield its freefalling coal industry while complying with federal carbon pollution regulations on coal-fired... more »»

Trump party switching seen in state

April 22, 2016 CHARLESTON — As the 2016 primaries have neared, many West Virginians have been switching which political party they are affiliated with and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump might be... more »»

Weirton Transit conducts ridership survey

April 22, 2016 WEIRTON — The Weirton Transit Corp. more »»

Racial graffiti under investigation

April 22, 2016 FOLLANSBEE — Follansbee Police are investigating anti-Islamic graffiti that was left in chalk at the Mahan Playground and several buildings in the vicinity late Tuesday or early Wednesday. more »»

Traveling Shakespeare troupe takes stage

April 22, 2016 WEIRTON — The Rustic Mechanicals, West Virginia’s only Shakespeare touring company, will be staging Shakespeare’s classic “The Tempest,” 2 p.m. Sunday at the Ashley Marie Theater, 3383 Main St. more »»

Bethany presents musical ‘Apple Tree’

April 22, 2016 BETHANY — Bethany College’s Theatre and Music Programs is presenting the musical, “The Apple Tree” at 8 p.m. today and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday at the college’s Wailes Theatre at Steinman Hall. more »»

West Liberty University choral groups to perform

April 22, 2016 WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University’s College Community Choir and the WLU Singers will perform a special spring concert at 3 p.m. May 1 at Vance Presbyterian Church in Wheeling. more »»

Gastar departs state with $80 million sale

April 22, 2016 MOUNDSVILLE — Gastar Exploration has sold its wells in West Virginia for $80 million to help fund efforts to drill in Oklahoma. more »»

Library board to meet Tuesday

April 22, 2016 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Public Library board will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday. The 2016-17 budget and the summer reading program are among issues that will be discussed. more »»

Area mall re-opens after device removed

April 21, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Local and federal law enforcement investigations into a suspicious package are now under way following a three-hour evacuation at the Fort Steuben Mall and the Wal-Mart Supercenter... more »»

Area man arrested for soliciting, impersonating an officer

April 21, 2016 WEIRTON — An East Palestine, Ohio man was arrested in Weirton Wednesday, accused of pretending to be a police officer while also soliciting local women for prostitution. more »»

Buy local, culinary expert emphasizes at cooking school

April 21, 2016 WINTERSVILLE — It’s all about fresh and local — that was the theme of the night at the Herald-Star/Weirton Daily Times Taste of Home Cooking School Wednesday at St. more »»

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