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W.Va. imposing 4 percent cuts

October 6, 2015 CHARLESTON — Gov. more »»

Garage, car destroyed by fire

October 6, 2015 WELLSBURG — A garage at 1913 Main St. and the car inside it, were destroyed by a fire Monday night that’s believed to have been electrica. more »»

WVU to lend a hand to Weirton

October 6, 2015 MORGANTOWN — In his second State of the University address, West Virginia University President E. more »»

Oak Glen royalty

October 6, 2015 Oak Glen High School senior Natelie Chappell was crowned the school’s homecoming queen during halftime of Friday’s game against Edison. more »»

More gas results in lower bills

October 6, 2015 WHEELING — Even if they have yet to see a benefit of the Marcellus and Utica shale boom, about 221,000 Mountaineer Gas C. more »»

Follansbee talks fall cleanup, trick or treat

October 6, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — Dates for the city’s fall cleanup and trick or treat hours were discussed at Monday’s Follansbee Council meeting. City Manager John DeStefano said the cleanup will be held Oct. 26-30. more »»

Chester to review its codified ordinances

October 6, 2015 CHESTER — The City of Chester is planning a review of its codified ordinances. more »»

A long tradition

October 6, 2015 The Rev. more »»

Rigs down, but hopes remain high

October 5, 2015 WHEELING —The 35 natural gas rigs drilling in Ohio and West Virginia is only half the 70 the two states had working the Marcellus and Utica shales at this time last year, but optimism remains high... more »»

Columbia pushes for pipeline project

October 5, 2015 WHEELING — Columbia Pipeline Group plans to ship 2.7 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day southward from Marshall County via its $2 billion Mountaineer XPress pipeline project. more »»

Contractor facing closure due to lack of license

October 5, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A Chester contractor faces the closure of his business if he does not get his state contractor’s license soon, court records said. more »»

Family, friends remember Dalton Frye

October 5, 2015 NEWELL — Saying goodbye to their 19-year-old son for the last time, the parents of U.S. Navy Seaman Dalton A. Frye used Saturday’s funeral to reflect on the kind of man their boy had become. more »»

Ground broken for archival center

October 5, 2015 BETHANY — As Bethany College’s homecoming weekend began, the Disciples of Christ Historical Society broke ground for its new home on the college’s campus Friday. more »»

Follansbee Christmas in the Park to return

October 5, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — Area residents wanting to do a little early Christmas shopping, or just take a pleasant walk in the park while welcoming the fall and holiday seasons, are invited to Follansbee Christma... more »»

Family Resource Network focus for Rotary

October 5, 2015 Rita Hawkins, of the Brooke Hancock Family Resource Network, spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Weirton Heights during their recent meeting. more »»

Breast and Booty La Boum set Tuesday

October 5, 2015 STEUBENVILLE —The Jefferson County Fourth Street Health Center, Trinity Breast and Cervical Program and Images will host a party Tuesday for women 40 years or older and uninsured interested in havin... more »»

W.Va. court considers immunity in ex-school chief’s suit

October 5, 2015 CHARLESTON (AP) — The West Virginia Supreme Court is considering whether the state Board of Education can be sued by a former state schools superintendent over its decision to fire he. more »»

It’s all apples today at Wellsburg festival

October 4, 2015 WELLSBURG — Despite heavy rain Saturday morning, organizers and vendors of the Wellsburg Applefest persevered and were rewarded with relatively dry weather, albeit cool temperature. more »»

Media center at Oak Glen dedicated to alum Chaffin

October 4, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER — Twenty-six years ago, Eric Chaffin was a teenager flipping pizza dough for Roma's Pizzeria owner Jeff Davis. more »»

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