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WJU receives $1.2M for a flu study project

July 19, 2014 WHEELING — Researchers at Wheeling Jesuit University will receive $1. more »»

Arts event seeking vendors

July 19, 2014 TORONTO —The Focus in Toronto organization is seeking vendors for the 37th-annual Festival of the Arts set Aug. 30-31 centered around the gazebo common. more »»

School official’s death mourned

July 18, 2014 WELLSBURG — Brooke County residents are mourning the death of Frank Ujcich, a member of the county’s school board since 2006 and vocational director for the school district for many years. more »»

Brooke to continue offering notary services to the public

July 18, 2014 WELLSBURG — Brooke County Clerk Sylvia Benzo said her office will continue to offer notary services to the public despite being told by the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office it should stop... more »»

Lease, repairs at pool focus of parks board

July 18, 2014 WEIRTON — The Weirton Board of Parks and Recreation discussed the pending lease of the Margaret Manson Weir Memorial Pool Thursday, as well as equipment purchases and repairs. more »»

Gainer says government leadership has failed

July 18, 2014 PARKERSBURG — State Auditor Glen Gainer on Thursday said education, jobs and infrastructure will be his three main priorities if he is elected to Congress to represent West Virginia’s 1st... more »»

Officials toss out banned animals list

July 18, 2014 CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s Dangerous Wild Animal Board has thrown out a proposed list of banned exotic animals and will now use a list created for Ohio. more »»

Judge’s pay raise directive appealed

July 18, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources is appealing a judge’s directive to give pay raises to some workers at the state’s two psychiatric hospitals, arguing tha... more »»

Big crowd at Berkman Amphitheater

July 18, 2014 The crowd jammed out to the eight-piece band No Bad JuJu Thursday evening for R&B Night during the Summer Concert Series at the Louis and Sandra Berkman Amphitheater at the Historic Fort Steuben in... more »»

Man pleads guilty in area home invasion

July 18, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — The second of three defendants in the May 2013 Mingo Junction home invasion case pleaded guilty Thursday and has to comply with requirements of the county prosecutor’s office before h... more »»

Jamboree’s uniqueness brings crowds back year after year

July 18, 2014 MORRISTOWN — For an event to bill itself as the Super Bowl of Country Music, it has to deliver. more »»


July 18, 2014 Port Authority schedules meeting WEIRTON — The Weirton Area Port Authority will meet at 6 p.m. July 30 at the Holiday Inn — Weirton located on Three Springs Drive. The agenda will be available at www. more »»

Board: Safety precautions’ failure likely led AL Solutions’ explosion

July 17, 2014 CHARLESTON — New Cumberland metal recycler AL Solutions’ failure to take certain necessary safety precautions likely led to the December 2010 explosion that killed three workers, a federal agency... more »»

UPDATE 1: Ukraine, separatists deny downing Malaysian airliner

July 17, 2014 KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine's president says his country's armed forces did not shoot at any airborne targets, after reports that a Malaysian Airlines plane went down over Ukraine. more »»

Report’s findings, recommendations

July 17, 2014 CHARLESTON — The U.S. Chemical Safety Board’s report on the December 2010 fatal explosion at AL Solutions’ New Cumberland plant, which killed three workers, contains both findings and recommendations. more »»

Committee determines WTC needs another bus, driver

July 17, 2014 WEIRTON — The Weirton Transit Corp. more »»


July 17, 2014 Information offered on gas leases WHEELING — The West Virginia University Extension Service will hold a free education program on understanding renegotiations and renewall of natural gas leases at 6... more »»

Bethany council, BDC discuss housing

July 17, 2014 BETHANY — Bethany town officials are considering working with the Business Development Corp. of the Northern Panhandle to bring new housing to unused sites. more »»

School board hears energy rebate numbers

July 17, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — The Steubenville school district will receive $98,175 in rebates from American Electric Power after installing new LED light bulbs in several of the district buildings. more »»

Law enforcement ready for weekend at Jamboree

July 17, 2014 MORRISTOWN, Ohio — While tens of thousands of eager concert-goers invade the Jamboree In The Hills venue this afternoon, dozens of law enforcement officers from across the state and region will be... more »»

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