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West Liberty stadium to honor West family

August 19, 2014 WEST LIBERTY — One of the first things prospective student-athletes look at when considering which university to attend is the facilities, according to West Liberty University football coach Roger... more »»

Chester mayor still struggling to get backing

August 19, 2014 CHESTER — With just two months in office, Chester Mayor Larry Forsythe continues to struggle to get the necessary backing from city council for his appointments. more »»

‘Hometown Teams’ exhibit opens

August 18, 2014 WEIRTON — Area residents can look back at the history of local athletics and see some of the influence of sports across the country as part of a traveling exhibit now on display in Weirto. more »»

Exhibit to include ‘sports tour’ contest

August 18, 2014 WEIRTON — Over the next few weeks — for the duration of the “Hometown Teams” exhibit’s stay in the area — local residents will have the chance to cheer on some of their favorite sports teams live. more »»

Nation looking closely at W.Va.

August 18, 2014 WHEELING — When Mitt Romney visits West Virginia on Tuesday to campaign for GOP Senate hopeful Shelley Moore Capito, he will become the latest in a flurry of nationally known politicians to visit... more »»

Balloon launch

August 18, 2014 Alex Staub, left, 13, and Shamus Gibson, 11, of New Cumberland, launch a water balloon into the air during Sunday’s Down by the Riverside event in New Cumberland, while Matthew Tsegaye, second from... more »»

Bethany church recreates ‘old days’

August 18, 2014 BETHANY — Members of Castleman Run United Methodist Church will be celebrating the church’s 200-year-old roots with a weekend of food, entertainment and activities reminiscent of its old days. more »»

Windsor Heights events offer old-time fun

August 18, 2014 WINDSOR HEIGHTS — Village officials and members of a local church offered Windsor Heights residents and visitors some old-fashioned fun in two separate events Sunday. more »»

Hookstown Fair to begin Tuesday

August 18, 2014 HOOKSTOWN, Pa. — Driving into Hookstown northbound on the winding, bucolic state Route 168 may be the next best thing to time travel. more »»

Meeks participates in White House conference

August 18, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — There is a small sign on the credenza in the office of Laura Meeks that contains a quote made famous by Winston Churchill: “Never, never, never give up. more »»

Mountaineer race reduction proposed

August 17, 2014 NEWELL — A proposal by Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort to end December horse racing was rejected Friday by the West Virginia Racing Commission, which suggested instead a year-long reduction i... more »»

Concealed weapons permits quadrupled in W.Va.

August 17, 2014 CHARLESTON — The number of concealed weapons permits issued annually in the state has more than quadrupled in the past five year. more »»

Excitement grows as Speaker Series nears

August 17, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — When retired Air Force Col. Mark Tillman takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. Sept. more »»

Juvenile drug court comes to Ohio County

August 17, 2014 WHEELING — West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Chief Justice Robin Davis has appointed 1st Judicial Circuit Judge James Mazzone as Ohio County’s first-ever Juvenile Drug Court judge. more »»

Crittenton launches assistance app for employees, clients

August 17, 2014 WHEELING — To help their clients and employees, Crittenton Services has developed a free app for iPhone and Android smart phones. more »»

Survey seeks to enhance food hub potential

August 17, 2014 MARTINSBURG — As a way to support the growing local food movement, the New Appalachian Farm and Research Center is conducting a supplier survey to assess West Virginia’s ability to maximize the use... more »»

Women empowering women through philanthropy

August 17, 2014 WHEELING — In a roundabout way, it’s a philosophy of women giving and women bettered because of i. more »»

WVU forensic scientist’s work proves stranger than fiction

August 17, 2014 MARTINSBURG — West Virginia University professor Glen Jackson’s work is the stuff of television shows — literall. more »»

Past grant awards made by the Women’s Giving Circle

August 17, 2014 WOMEN’S?GIVING?CIRCLE 2013 GRANTS?AWARDED New Martinsville Library — Supper in a Sack Program $8,000 A seven-week women’s nutrition and life skill education program including instruction in... more »»

School boards look to shared services

August 16, 2014 WHEELING — Boards of education in the Northern Panhandle already partner on many services, but they think sharing an attorney to address legal questions would be a good idea. more »»

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