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Boil order lifted

September 2, 2015 NEWELL — The boil order in Newell, for customers on Jefferson and Washington streets, all odd numbers, has been lifted, effective Monday, as test results were satisfactory. more »»

Solutions to drug problem discussed at Follansbee rally

September 1, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — Various solutions to the area’s drug abuse problem were discussed at a rally held by the FedUp! Coalition Monday at the city’s Ray Stoaks Plaza, but everyone agreed action is needed to... more »»

Brooke school bids come in lower than estimate

September 1, 2015 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Board of Education received some good news Monday when bids for the first phase in construction of the county’s new middle school came in lower than expected. more »»

Hancock fair offers several new activities

September 1, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER — The Hancock County Oldtime Fair, coming as it does in mid-September, always marks the waning days of summer, when the kids are back in school, the days are shorter and the nights ar... more »»

WLU presidential search advances

September 1, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University still hopes to name its next president in October, as the search committee plans to invite finalists for on-campus interviews later this mont. more »»

Vintage Raceboat Regatta set for Wheeling

September 1, 2015 WHEELING — Driving through the middle of downtown Wheeling at 120 mph usually will land you in a lot of trouble, especially if police officers notice you didn’t buckle up a safety belt. more »»

Life on the streets:

September 1, 2015 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Prostitution has become a topic of concern in Steubenville. more »»

Buried debris at spill site worries regulators

September 1, 2015 CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia regulators are concerned that construction debris found buried at the site of a 2014 chemical spill could make it easier for contaminated water to flow deeper into th... more »»

Water service affected by work

September 1, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — Crews with the city’s water department will be replacing a water valve near Center Avenue and Rockdale Road today, affecting service to areas from Uncle Pep’s to and beyond Allison Acres. more »»

Boil order issued in Newell

September 1, 2015 NEWELL — A boil order is in effect for Newell customers on Jefferson, from 835 south, and Washington streets, from 917 south, all odd numbers, due to a water main break. more »»

Pipeline project advancing

August 31, 2015 WHEELING — Officials with Dominion Resources continue working to complete the $5 billion, 42-inch diameter, Atlantic Coast Pipeline that will ship natural gas southward from West Virginia to North... more »»

Book links roots of pill mill to W.Va.

August 31, 2015 WHEELING — For years, the Upper Ohio Valley has been dealing with a pain pill epidemic that has destroyed lives and broken families. more »»

Event to focus on Bethany founder

August 31, 2015 BETHANY — A Brooke High School student has undertaken a school project she hopes will help bring attention to a man who played a prominent role in both local and national history. more »»

Church group leads clean-up effort in Newell

August 31, 2015 NEWELL — Members of a local church group took time out Saturday morning to lend a hand to some members of the community. more »»

Life on the streets:

August 31, 2015 (EDITOR’S NOTE: Prostitution has become a topic of concern in Steubenville. In this three-part series, Dave Gossett offers an in-depth look at the problem and the lives that have been changed. more »»

Dilles Bottom abuzz over ethane cracker

August 31, 2015 DILLES BOTTOM, Ohio — For years, VanDyne’s Restaurant along Ohio Route 7 has been known for its family-style food. more »»

Wellsburg groups hosts drug awareness program, draws hundreds Saturday

August 30, 2015 WELLSBURG — By a quick glance at Saturday's Community Drug Awareness Carnival at Central Park, one wouldn't realize the serious intent behind the event. more »»

Chester council requests lawsuit's dismissal

August 30, 2015 CHESTER — Chester City Council members are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed against them by Mayor Larry Forsythe, saying they are immune from such suits. more »»

Robbery, assault trial postponed

August 30, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — The trial of a Midland, Pa., man may be postponed to give his two co-defendants time to reach plea agreements with the prosecutor. more »»

Glass sponsor

August 30, 2015 PS Marketing is returning as the wine glass sponsor for this year's Wine and Dine at Williams, hosted by the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Business Development Corp. and scheduled for Sept. more »»

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