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Businesses show silent opposition to B and O tax

April 24, 2014 WEIRTON — Numerous members of the local business community and the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce made their presence known at the city’s fourth budget review committee meeting Wednesday, even... more »»

Drug case suspects plead not guilty

April 24, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — Suspects in a series of felony drug cases originating in Chester pleaded not guilty to the charges on Wednesda. more »»

Veterans park group set to hold dinner-dance

April 24, 2014 WELLSBURG — A Follansbee man who served in Italy during World War II will be recognized as Brooke County Veteran of the Year at the Brooke County Veterans Memorial Park Foundation’s annual... more »»

McKinley: Congressmen not 'special people'

April 24, 2014 WHEELING — Someone has to speak for the about 650,000 residents living in northern West Virginia, and U.S. Rep. more »»

Look at future of Fourth Street Health Center

April 24, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — Ann Quillen knew fundraising was an important part of her job when she was hired in 2008 as the executive director of the Jefferson County Fourth Street Health Center. more »»

West Liberty holds safety summit

April 24, 2014 WHEELING — West Liberty University hosted major safety departments and first responders Wednesday at Wilson Lodge at Oglebay Resort, as it planned for critical incident scenarios to stay alert for... more »»

W.Va. symptoms match with spilled chemical

April 24, 2014 CHARLESTON — For two weeks following a January chemical spill into the public water supply, hundreds of West Virginians examined in emergency rooms had ailments consistent with exposure to the... more »»

Labor Department cuts levels of allowable coal dust

April 24, 2014 WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Wednesday it is cutting the amount of coal dust allowed in coal mines in an effort to help reduce black lung disease. more »»

Vendors benefit from shale boom

April 23, 2014 WHEELING — Eagle Manufacturing soon will hire about 25 additional employees as it prepares to roll out a new spill containment system for oil and gas drilling rig sites, according to its chief... more »»

Demonstration garden work gets under way

April 23, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — The corner of North Chestnut and Jackson streets may be just one lot, but its transformation into a demonstration garden already has inspired hundreds of volunteer hours. more »»

Car break-ins in county being investigated

April 23, 2014 WEIRTON — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a series of vehicle break-ins north of Weirton early Tuesday morning. more »»

Former coach is sentenced to 10 days in jail

April 23, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — Matthew Belardine, who was indicted by the special grand jury investigating aspects of the Steubenville rape case, was sentenced to 10 days in jail on Tuesday for allowing underage... more »»

Brooke County collects tires, electronics

April 23, 2014 FOLLANSBEE — The Brooke County Solid Waste Authority will team next week with the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s Rehabilitation Action Plan program to collect discarded... more »»

Dumps, structures garner attention in Brooke

April 23, 2014 WELLSBURG — The recurring problems of illegal dumping and dilapidated structures and efforts to curb them were discussed by the Brooke County Commission on Tuesda. more »»

Workshop dance

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Power disruption affects Tomlinson Run

April 23, 2014 NEW MANCHESTER — A power disruption has occurred in the campground at Tomlinson Run State Park near New Manchester in Hancock County. more »»

Capitol facade renovation work to take months

April 23, 2014 WHEELING — Frank O’Brien has an ambitious goal for the Capitol Theatre: Return the historic downtown venue’s appearance to the way it looked on the night it first opened its doors in 1928. more »»

CDC based its ‘safe’ chemical level on two-week exposure

April 23, 2014 CHARLESTON — When federal officials decided what chemical levels West Virginians could safely consume in water tainted by a January spill, their standard assumed people would be exposed for two... more »»

Local resident returns to Boston Marathon

April 22, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — The streets of Boston rose up to meet Teresa “Terry” DeLong on Monday despite a terrorist attack that could have kept her from returning to the Boston Marathon. more »»

 
 

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