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Jefferson United Way making impact

August 4, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — Beth Rupert-Warren believes the United Way of Jefferson County is about more than just giving money to local agencies. more »»

Bounce horse

August 3, 2014 The bounce horses were popular Saturday at the Weirton Kidz Day at Marland Heights Park. Lee Sowell, 8, left, and Braylon Hayden, 3, both of Weirton, enjoyed some time on the horses. more »»

New officer

August 3, 2014 Aaliyah Hicks, 6, of Weirton receives a complementary Weirton Police badge Saturday from police Sgt. Ricky Grishkevich at the Weirton Kidz Day at Marland Heights Park. more »»

Man pushes Manchin for president

August 3, 2014 WHEELING — Sen. Joe Manchin has made it clear that he may be looking to seek a different political office in 201. more »»

Madonna picnic

August 3, 2014 The annual Friends of Madonna Picnic was held Saturday afternoon at the high school. The event marks the upcoming school year and is a fundraiser. more »»

Murray VP: 'All pain, no gain' on EPA Rules

August 3, 2014 PITTSBURGH — After two days and almost two dozen hours of testimony, U.S. more »»

Local homebuyer education class offered

August 3, 2014 WEIRTON — C.H.A.N.G.E. Inc., a private non-profit community action agency serving the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia, will be conducting a homebuyer education class 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Aug. more »»

Capitol Theatre facade renovations on schedule

August 3, 2014 WHEELING — The $400,000 facade renovations taking place outside the historic Capitol Theatre in downtown Wheeling are on schedule and expected to be complete by late September or early October,... more »»

Students embark on journey after special ceremony

August 3, 2014 WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University’s newest class of students enrolled in the Master of Physician Assistant Studies program marked their entrance into the world of medicine with the official... more »»

Reproduction of fence continues at Independence Hall

August 3, 2014 WHEELING — Crews continue to erect a solid steel fence around West Virginia Independence Hall in the downtown Wheelin. more »»

‘HOPE’ springs eternal

August 3, 2014 By JANICE R. more »»

Farmers’ markets continue

August 2, 2014 Mike Breuder of Follansbee and Ruth Brown of Wellsburg, both vendors at the Brooke County Farmers’ Markets, talk while participating in the market at Bethany Thursday. more »»

Madonna to honor hall’s new inductees

August 2, 2014 WEIRTON — The second class of the Weirton Madonna Hall of Fame is set to be inducted later this month. The induction dinner will be held Aug. 23, at Williams Country Club with doors opening at 6 p.. more »»

Spinning Jenny

August 2, 2014 The family band, Spinning Jenny, took the stage Friday at the Weirton Event Center as part of this year's Weirton Summer Concert Serie. more »»

Forbes gives Franciscan national rank

August 2, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — Forbes, a leading source of business news and financial information, has named Franciscan University of Steubenville to its list of America’s Top Colleges 2014. more »»

Last job

August 2, 2014 YouthWorks volunteers spent their last day in Steubenville picking up litter in the Pleasant Heights and LaBelle neighborhoods Thursday. more »»

BSA bikers to converge on Toronto

August 2, 2014 TORONTO — Motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the U.S. and Canada once again will meet during the 33rd-annual British & European Motorcycle Rally meeting Aug. more »»

Follansbee, Chester women named to fill school positions

August 2, 2014 EAST LIVERPOOL — New administrators will be at the helm at Westgate and North Elementary when the school year opens after action taken Monday night by the board of education. more »»

Boil order lifted

August 2, 2014 WEIRTON — The boil order put in place for Pennsylvania Avenue between North 15th Street and South 12th Street was lifted at 4 p.m. Friday, according to the Weirton Area Water Board. more »»

Views clash at EPA hearings

August 1, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Competing visions for America’s energy future clashed in downtown Pittsburgh on Thursday as the U.S. more »»

 
 

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