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Area leaders to rally against EPA regs

July 30, 2014 WHEELING — U.S. more »»

Sidewalk projects progress

July 30, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — The Second Avenue sidewalk improvement project has been in the planning stages long enough for city officials to openly wonder whether it will ever be done. more »»

Commission discusses employment

July 30, 2014 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Commission learned Tuesday of efforts by the Northern Panhandle Workforce Investment Board to put unemployed residents to work. more »»

Fun at the park

July 30, 2014 Gabriel Van Camp, 6-year-old grandson of Karen Viderman of Wellsburg, careened down an inflatable slide at Brooke Hills Park Tuesday. more »»

Home status stuck in a legal limbo

July 30, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — Probably the only thing that’s not unsightly about the vacant house at 504 Jefferson St. in Newell are the purple morning glories creeping up the front porch. more »»

Teachers to learn to ‘flip’ class

July 30, 2014 WHEELING — The Challenger Learning Center at Wheeling Jesuit University is embracing Internet technology in promoting new teaching methods and programs. more »»

Kasich accepts endorsement in Steubenville visit

July 30, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — Gov. John Kasich and Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor made a campaign stop Tuesday at the Triple Play Cafe and accepted the endorsement of the 21,000-member strong Ohio Restaurant Association. more »»

Sign must come down

July 29, 2014 A northbound motorist goes past a recently erected sign on New Cumberland’s Station Hill that state highway officials say must come down. more »»

Brooke fills seat on school board

July 29, 2014 WELLSBURG — Former Brooke County school board member Richard Pannett will fill a seat on the board left vacant by the death of Frank Ujcich until voters can choose a long-term replacement in the Nov. more »»

Retired Air Force One commander to speak on Sept. 11

July 29, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — Area first responders will be honored Sept. more »»

Chester to fill police department ranks

July 29, 2014 CHESTER — Chester City Council took action Monday to stop the revolving door at the Chester Police Department, although it wasn’t quite the action that Mayor Larry Forsythe had wanted. more »»

Veterans are honored at fest

July 29, 2014 WHEELING — Four local men were honored with the prestigious Legion of Honor award from The Chapel of Four Chaplains during a ceremony Saturday morning at the Upper Ohio Valley Italian Heritage... more »»

The First Sale

July 29, 2014 Hancock County Chrysler General Manager Rob Cellini, right, hands the keys to a 2015 Chrysler 200 to Christen Mangano, 17, of Chester, on Monday while her father, Mark Mangano, looks on. more »»

Summer reading program is wrapping up

July 29, 2014 BURGETTSTOWN — Burgettstown Community Library is wrapping up its summer reading program, “Fizz Boom Read!,” with activities from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday and Aug. 6. more »»

Briefs

July 29, 2014 Burgettstown approves contract BURGETTSTOWN, Pa. — Borough officials opened refuse collection service bids July 23 and awarded the contract to R and K Disposal Inc., the low bidder. The rates are $16. more »»

Retired Air Force One commander to speak on Sept. 11

July 28, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — The man who protected President George W. more »»

McKinley pushes bill to avert cuts

July 28, 2014 WHEELING — Rep. more »»

Energy Express sponsors school supply giveaway

July 28, 2014 NEW MANCHESTER — With August just around the corner, parents and children’s thoughts are already turning to school. more »»

State to support combined efforts of PSDs

July 28, 2014 The state of West Virginia appears poised to approve an agreement that will facilitate more cooperation between the Grant and Tomlinson Public Service Districts. more »»

County out of farmer’s market vouchers

July 28, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — Farmer’s market vouchers for Hancock County senior citizens were in short supply this year, said E. Mark Knabenshue, executive director of Hancock County Senior Services. more »»

 
 

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