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Juvenile drug court comes to Ohio County

August 17, 2014 WHEELING — West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Chief Justice Robin Davis has appointed 1st Judicial Circuit Judge James Mazzone as Ohio County’s first-ever Juvenile Drug Court judge. more »»

Crittenton launches assistance app for employees, clients

August 17, 2014 WHEELING — To help their clients and employees, Crittenton Services has developed a free app for iPhone and Android smart phones. more »»

Survey seeks to enhance food hub potential

August 17, 2014 MARTINSBURG — As a way to support the growing local food movement, the New Appalachian Farm and Research Center is conducting a supplier survey to assess West Virginia’s ability to maximize the use... more »»

Women empowering women through philanthropy

August 17, 2014 WHEELING — In a roundabout way, it’s a philosophy of women giving and women bettered because of i. more »»

WVU forensic scientist’s work proves stranger than fiction

August 17, 2014 MARTINSBURG — West Virginia University professor Glen Jackson’s work is the stuff of television shows — literall. more »»

Past grant awards made by the Women’s Giving Circle

August 17, 2014 WOMEN’S?GIVING?CIRCLE 2013 GRANTS?AWARDED New Martinsville Library — Supper in a Sack Program $8,000 A seven-week women’s nutrition and life skill education program including instruction in... more »»

School boards look to shared services

August 16, 2014 WHEELING — Boards of education in the Northern Panhandle already partner on many services, but they think sharing an attorney to address legal questions would be a good idea. more »»

Marland Heights 5K race draws a crowd

August 16, 2014 WEIRTON — The Marland Heights 5K drew runners and walkers from near and far to Weirton Friday with more than 100 participants in the race and more than 60 children joining the youth fun run. more »»

Wellsburg veteran, POW honored for his efforts

August 16, 2014 WELLSBURG — World War II veteran Ed Jackfert of Wellsburg survived three and a half years in a Japanese prisoner of war camp and has recorded atrocities committed there and to the thousands of... more »»

In concert

August 16, 2014 Country/soul group the Joseph Sisters performed at the Weirton Event Center Friday as part of this year's Weirton Summer Concert Series. Also appearing was local band Legend. more »»

Route 22 at Colliers Way closures set

August 16, 2014 WEIRTON — A section of U.S. Route 22 near the Colliers Way Bridge will be closed to east- and westbound traffic for four days in the next two weeks while crews continue to build the new span. more »»

Brooke High pair plans charity show

August 16, 2014 WELLSBURG — Two Brooke High School honors students are organizing a fashion show that will help to put affordable homecoming and prom dresses in the hands of area teens and raise money for the... more »»

Back to school

August 16, 2014 Four children from Weirton received their backpacks Thursday afternoon from volunteer June Beal during the Back-to-School Bash hosted by Urban Mission Ministries. more »»

Ogden Race donates $15K to 'Shop with a Cop' program

August 16, 2014 WHEELING — A donation made Thursday by the Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classic will enable the Wheeling Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 38 to provide a merry Christmas for more area children this... more »»

Lawmakers consider easing small brew regulations

August 16, 2014 CHARLESTON — West Virginia legislators will look at whether regulations meant to govern large beer distributors unfairly burden the state's small but growing craft beer industr. more »»

Doctor charged with trafficking in drugs

August 16, 2014 TILTONSVILLE — A doctor was charged with trafficking in drugs and taken to the Jefferson County Jail on Friday afternoon after a search warrant was executed at his office in Tiltonsville. D. more »»

EPA’s $70,000 to help TS&T site

August 15, 2014 CHESTER — With the flat portion of the old Taylor, Smith & Taylor pottery clean, officials are hopeful that a federal grant will bring renewed attention to the site’s riverbank. more »»

Magistrate court parking space improvement begins

August 15, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County officials want to make sure there’s a place for people to park when they visit the new Hancock County Magistrate Court. more »»

Conservation alert signals water system aging problem

August 15, 2014 NEW CUMBERLAND — An emergency water conservation alert issued Thursday by the City of New Cumberland may be another sign that the city’s sewer system is obsolete, officials said. more »»

Water backup claim heard by sanitary board

August 15, 2014 WEIRTON — The Weirton Sanitary Board discussed a damage claim and possible solutions at its regular meeting Thursday. more »»

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