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Unions spend in right-to-work fight

June 10, 2016 CHARLESTON — While Republican West Virginia legislative leaders rammed a right-to-work bill into law early this year, unions spent $1. more »»

Fatal accident reported

June 10, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Department has released information regarding a fatal accident in New Cumberland Wednesday. more »»

Newspapers plan Great Vacation Giveaway

June 10, 2016 The Herald-Star and The Weirton Daily Times and their advertisers, including Newbrough Photo, 3226 Main St. more »»

‘River Sweep’ set for June 18 in Wheeling

June 10, 2016 WHEELING — The Ohio River is the backdrop for dozens of festivals, concerts and other events throughout the summer at Heritage Port. more »»

Schools to get letter grades

June 10, 2016 CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Board of Education has voted to adopt an amendment to its accountability policy to give schools A through F grades. more »»

Jefferson commission learns results of auction

June 10, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Jefferson County commissioners learned Thursday an auction of old equipment and vehicles generated nearly $180,000 for county departments. more »»

Fort Concert continues

June 10, 2016 Savannah Grant, a recent graduate of Steubenville High School, performed “How Great Thou Art” and other inspirational songs and was one of many young local talents showcased at the Rising Stars Nigh... more »»

Pottery Fest

June 10, 2016 The 49th-annual Tri-State Pottery Festival opened for its three-day run Thursday morning on the Museum of Ceramics steps, with the queen, her court, East Liverpool Mayor Ryan Stovall and others... more »»

Weirton officers cleared in shooting death

June 9, 2016 WEIRTON — The investigation into the death of a Pittsburgh-area resident has found no wrongdoing on the part of any of the Weirton police officers involved in the incident. Ronald Williams Jr. more »»

Tomblin vetoes budget; shutdown looms

June 9, 2016 CHARLESTON — Just weeks away from a possible government shutdown, Democratic Gov. more »»

City fire station upgrade moving forward

June 9, 2016 WEIRTON — The Weirton Finance Committee recommended replacing the Gilson Avenue fire station facade, at a cost of $79,842, which was less than the $150,000 originally budgeted for the project. more »»

Proposed animal shelter contract opposed

June 9, 2016 NEW MANCHESTER — A proposed contract for the operation of the Hancock County Animal Shelter is getting some pushback because of a provision on euthanasia. more »»

Weirton parks board to host golf tourney

June 9, 2016 The Weirton Parks and Recreation Board will host its first-ever golf tournament July 10 at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course in New Cumberland. more »»

Three Spring Crossing development continues

June 9, 2016 WEIRTON — Work is continuing on the new Three Springs Crossing business development, with signage requests for the project going before the Weirton Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday. more »»

Jobs Alliance battles gas power plants

June 9, 2016 WHEELING — Natural gas power plant developers in West Virginia and Ohio say they can create about 1,500 construction jobs and 85 full-time jobs, but Ohio Valley Jobs Alliance members believe these... more »»

Newspapers plan Great vacation Giveaway

June 9, 2016 The Herald-Star and The Weirton Daily Times and their advertisers, including Hoods Pharmacy at 866 Main St. more »»

Area man sentenced in drug case

June 9, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — A man who resisted arrest and tried to avoid apprehension by Steubenville’s police dog while he was being arrested on a drug possession charge was sentenced to six months in prison on... more »»

Dealership donates to Tri-State Pottery Festival’s fireworks

June 9, 2016 Rob Cellini, general manager of Hancock County Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, presents Paula Vaughn, president of the Tri-State Pottery Festival Committee, a donation check in the amount of $1,500 for the... more »»

Area coal miners learn new skills at penitentiary

June 9, 2016 MOUNDSVILLE — Local coal miners gathered at the former West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville Wednesday to sharpen skills of the trade. Tri-State Post N. more »»

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