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Weirton man sentenced in federal court

May 5, 2015 WHEELING — Ian K. Saunders, 35, of Weirton, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp to 51 months in prison on Monday for unlawful possession of firearms. U.S. Attorney William J. more »»

Follansbee council discusses slips

May 5, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — Shifting land in three areas of the city was discussed by Follansbee Council on Monday. City Manager John DeStefano told council Del. Ryan Weld, R-Brooke, and state Sen. more »»

Follansbee school, others raise $3,000 to aid youth with autism

May 5, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — The pupils at Follansbee Middle School and many others have reached out to fellow pupils who deal with special challenges. more »»

Grant use focus for Chester council

May 5, 2015 CHESTER — Chester City Council is still figuring out how it wants to spend a grant it received last October. more »»

University prepares for major development

May 5, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — The Green Strip and Franklin Avenue, a 5. more »»

Annual Mom 2 Mom Expo on tap at Fort Steuben Mall

May 5, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — The Fort Steuben Mall is holding its eighth-annual Mom 2 Mom Expo from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. more »»

Five inducted into Weirton HOF

May 4, 2015 WEIRTON — Five Weirton residents were honored Sunday as the newest inductees into the Weirton Hall of Fame, with a dinner held at the Serbian-American Cultural Cente. more »»

Run for the Roses fundraiser is held

May 4, 2015 WEIRTON — Members of the Rotary Club of Weirton, and their guests, gathered at Williams Country Club Saturday for an evening of horse racing, piano music, food and fun. more »»

Crystal meth from Mexico in PanhandleCrystal meth from Mexico in Panhandle

May 4, 2015 WHEELING — Consider this: over the past 12 months, the illicit drug of choice in the Northern Panhandle has gone from prescription pain pills to heroin and now ... to crystal meth. more »»

Doctor: Recovering addicts face average of five relapses

May 4, 2015 WHEELING — On average, it takes a recovering drug addict five relapses before having an extended period of sobriety, a local doctor said. But not all relapses are created equal — some can be deadly. more »»

Utilities out from under PSC’s thumb

May 4, 2015 WHEELING — The Public Service Commission of West Virginia will have much less oversight of large municipal waterworks such as Wheeling’s under legislation approved by lawmakers during this year’s... more »»

Race proceeds will help in breast cancer battle

May 4, 2015 WHEELING — Many participants in this year’s Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classic will have a little extra motivation close to their hearts as they push toward the finish line. more »»

Coast Guard urging boaters to stay safe

May 4, 2015 There is only about one more month until boating season begins on the Ohio River, so marine enthusiasts are encouraged to prepare themselves and their craft for the rolling waters. more »»

PSD to hold special meeting

May 4, 2015 WEIRTON — The Oakland Public Service District will hold a special meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at their offices at 768 Carothers Road, Weirton. The meeting is open to the public. more »»

Hancock County recycling center poised for growth

May 3, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER — If the Hancock County Recycling and Convenience Center could turn goodwill into cash, it probably would have enough to operate for the next five years. more »»

ACCEPTED, UNACCEPTED MATERIALS

May 3, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER — Acceptable items for recycling at the Hancock County Recycling and Convenience Center, 832 Gas Valley Road, include: • Aluminum, steel and bi-metal food and beverage cans • The... more »»

WMC sees a surge in baby deliveries

May 3, 2015 WEIRTON — There's a baby boom taking place at Weirton Medical Center. more »»

Amazing Raise Ohio Valley coming

May 3, 2015 WHEELING —The second annual Amazing Raise Ohio Valley, a 24-hour online giving event benefiting dozens of nonprofit organizations in the Ohio Valley, will begin Tuesday. more »»

Set to appear

May 3, 2015 The U.S. Army Field Band’s Volunteers band will visit Steubenville for a concert set for 7 p.m. June 19 at Berkman Amphitheater at Historic Fort Steuben. more »»

Adams named speaker for WVNCC event

May 3, 2015 WHEELING — Gail Adams, the 2015 West Virginia Teacher of the Year, has been announced as the commencement speaker for West Virginia Northern Community College. more »»

 
 
 

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