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Arrests made in thefts

February 17, 2015 WEIRTON — Two men have been arrested in connection to a string of car part thefts in the city. more »»

Magistrate court to host open house Thursday

February 17, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — The Hancock County Magistrate Court will hold an open house/dedication for its new building 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday. Magistrate Court moved Jan. more »»

New Cumberland worker jailed in porno case

February 17, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A New Cumberland city employee is in jail following his arrest for a sex crime. Michael R. more »»

Chester hopes for better info via software

February 17, 2015 CHESTER — Still reeling from a critical state audit, Chester City Council agreed on Monday to take a step toward improving the city’s accounting practices. more »»

Kasich takes his message to W.Va.

February 17, 2015 WHEELING — Ohio Gov. John Kasich will visit West Virginia on Thursday as he continues to push for a balanced budget amendment to the U.. more »»

Moundsville Power plan advances

February 17, 2015 WHEELING — Andrew Dorn believes stringent Environmental Protection Agency emissions standards will precipitate more natural gas fired electricity plants, such as his 549-megawatt Moundsville Power... more »»

House panel holds river bill hearing

February 17, 2015 CHARLESTON — The West Virginia House of Delegates Judiciary Committee plans to take up a bill making the Kanawha River a protected water sourc. more »»

Three apply for drug court program

February 16, 2015 WHEELING — Since the new Federal Drug Court of the Northern District of West Virginia opened earlier this month in Wheeling, three offenders have applied for the program. more »»

Smoking bill gets public hearing

February 16, 2015 CHARLESTON — A bill to restrict the ability of county health boards to adopt smoking regulations has passed out of one committee and will be the subject of a public hearing this week in Charleston. more »»

New after-school program under way

February 16, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A revelation about her son’s seventh-grade class at Oak Glen Middle School prompted Tonya Moran to consider what she could do to help school-age children in northern Hancock County. more »»

Mardi Gras stays hot

February 16, 2015 WEIRTON — The weather was cold, but the party was hot Saturday for the Rotary Club of Weirton Heights’ annual Mardi Gras gala, held at Williams Country Club. more »»

Capehart ethics charge on agenda

February 16, 2015 WHEELING — West Liberty University’s Board of Governors could take action in the next two weeks concerning the ethics charges against school President Robin Capehart, which allege he used his... more »»

Music, art festival planned at Oak Glen

February 16, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER —The Montani Semper Liberi — Music and Art at Oak Glen festival will be about as close as Hancock County ever gets to 12 straight hours of live music. more »»

EGCC Alumni Association announces project

February 16, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — The Eastern Gateway Community College Alumni Association is selling commemorative bricks to raise money for the Alumni Scholarship Fund. more »»

Trashy art contest date set

February 16, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — JB Green Team Education Coordinator Louise Holliday has announced the annual Trashy Art contest will take place March 11 through March 14 at Center Court of the Fort Steuben Mall. more »»

A day for romance

February 15, 2015 WEIRTON — The staff at McCauslen Any Occasion Florist were busy Friday stripping the extra leaves and preparing rose after rose after rose for a special Valentine’s Day bouquet. more »»

Halstead in custody, facing charges

February 15, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — Five months after his indictment by a Hancock County grand jury, a Newell man is back in West Virginia custody to face charges that he helped his son sexually assault a neighbor bo. more »»

Firearms bills being considered by Legislature

February 15, 2015 CHARLESTON — Lawmakers have introduced more than 20 bills dealing with firearms this session, and a few already have seen support and consideration in the Legislature. more »»

Consumer protection revision passes W.Va. Senate

February 15, 2015 CHARLESTON — A bill revising how civil actions are filed under the federal Consumer Protection Act was approved by the Senate Friday after being challenged by Democratic lawmakers. more »»

Charter schools bill still stuck in Senate committee

February 15, 2015 CHARLESTON — Legislators on Friday wrapped up a second week of discussions concerning the creation of charter schools in West Virgini. more »»

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