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Lending a hand

July 11, 2016 Children, staff and volunteers with West Virginia University’s Energy Express program at Follansbee Middle School collected personal hygiene items and cleaning supplies for victims of flooding in... more »»

City looks to improve water system

July 11, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Although it has a new source of revenue, the New Cumberland Water Department is still looking at $3.5 million in necessary improvements to the city’s public water system. more »»

Delegates being asked to ‘dump Trump’

July 11, 2016 WHEELING — They’ve received “thousands of e-mails” asking them to “dump Trump,” but two West Virginia delegates to this month’s Republican National Convention say they won’t support changes to... more »»

Schools face transgender facilities question

July 11, 2016 WHEELING — With the halls and restroom stalls in school buildings now empty for the summer, local school districts are discussing how best to provide restroom options for transgender students this... more »»

Newell woman dies in train wreck

July 11, 2016 EAST PALESTINE, Ohio — A Newell woman died after her stopped vehicle was struck by a westbound freight train at the North Pleasant Drive crossing in East Palestine late Friday night. more »»

Former W-P steel factory finds life servicing drillers

July 11, 2016 BENWOOD — The Marcellus and Utica shale industry is breathing life into an 80,000-square-foot building not used since the former Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp. closed it in 1983. more »»

Local teen heads to youth summit

July 11, 2016 WHEELING — While many of her fellow members of the Class of 2016 are savoring the final days before they head off to college, Amber Parsons is preparing for a unique experience she’ll take with her... more »»

Park group sues over Highlands

July 11, 2016 WHEELING — The developers who sought to build the Wild Escape theme park at The Highlands are suing the Ohio County Development Authority and others, saying county officials took them on a roller... more »»

A good ribbing

July 11, 2016 The Steubenville Fire Department and Steubenville Police Department squared off in a rib-eating contest held by the Texas Roadhouse, 100 Mall Drive, Saturday. more »»

Parade opened Community Days

July 10, 2016 FOLLANSBEE — Many turned out to see the mix of marching bands, floats, fire trucks and other units in the Follansbee Community Days Parade Saturday while commenting on what they like best about the... more »»

Carnes assists schools in Guatemala

July 10, 2016 WEIRTON — While many look to their own back yard to make a difference, one Weirton woman has set her eyes on Central America with the hope of spreading literacy and improving the quality of life for... more »»

Tsapis will be inducted to HOF

July 10, 2016 WEIRTON — Among the inductees in this year’s class of the Weirton Hall of Fame is the late Judge Callie Tsapis, a former legislator and circuit court judge. more »»

DiBacco’s features Italian favorites

July 10, 2016 WEIRTON — A new sandwich shop, providing many Italian favorites, is now open for business in Weirton. DiBacco’s opened its doors at 3073 Main St. more »»

St. Joseph festival continues

July 10, 2016 Parishioners from St. more »»

ChalleNGe Academy includes local cadets

July 10, 2016 KINGWOOD — The Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy has announced the recent completion of a class program, with several area residents among the graduates. more »»

Hidden Treasures sponsorship

July 10, 2016 First Choice America Community Federal Credit Union is among the sponsors of the inaugural Hidden Treasures Youth Flea Market, set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Turkmenistan native attends WLU

July 10, 2016 WEST LIBERTY — Natasha Muhametzyanova didn’t envision many opportunities for a college education while growing up in her native country of Turkmenistan, but she did see a chance for higher learning... more »»

Retton named new principal at ICHS

July 10, 2016 WINTERSVILLE — Newly hired principal Louie Retton is returning to his roots at Indian Creek Schools after working in the district more than two decades ag. more »»

Ohio Valley stargazing growing as Grand Vue park adds opportunity

July 10, 2016 MOUNDSVILLE — Soon, area residents will be able to add stargazing to the list of recreational activities they can enjoy at Moundsville’s Grand Vue Park. more »»

Community Night

July 9, 2016 Weirton residents Bethany and Wayne Berry enjoyed the evening Friday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh where the Pirates were facing the Chicago Cubs for Pirates Community Night, presented by the Herald-Sta... more »»

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