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Capito says she’ll oppose nominee for AG

March 24, 2015 WHEELING — U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito said she will oppose confirmation of Loretta Lynch, President Barack Obama’s nominee to succeed retiring Attorney General Eric Holder. Capito, R-W.V. more »»

Brooke middle school funds OK’d

March 24, 2015 WELLSBURG — Brooke County school officials learned Monday that state funds have been approved for the construction of a new middle school to be built near Brooke High School. more »»

McCullough: No professor pay raises or new deans next year for West Liberty

March 24, 2015 WEST LIBERTY — Faculty members at West Liberty University were told last week they won’t be receiving pay raises for the 2015-16 academic year. more »»

Pennsylvania man will be facing multiple drug charges

March 24, 2015 MCDONALD, Pa. — Robert W. Scott, 62, 410 Baker Road, Clairton, P. more »»

Pupils learn how science affects our lives

March 23, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — From a simulated view of the stars to an opportunity to build their own robots, about 100 pupils from Brooke County primary and middle schools got a taste of the role science plays in... more »»

Officers recognized for highway safety

March 23, 2015 WHEELING — Law enforcement officers from six Northern Panhandle counties received highway safety awards Thursday at Straub Nissan at The Highlands. more »»

Anti-drug speaker stopped pending case

March 23, 2015 NEW MANCHESTER — At least one area high school is putting a moratorium on anti-drug programs by Mark Watson until a criminal case pending against him in Ohio is resolve. more »»

Hat Day

March 23, 2015 Hancock County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Cunningham leads a “hat day” assembly at Oak Glen Middle School on Friday. more »»

Common Core debated in Wheeling

March 23, 2015 WHEELING — Emotions flew through the Ohio County Public Library on Sunday as educators, legislators and community members discussed the future of Next Generation content standards and Common Core... more »»

Pray, dream big for health center

March 23, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — The sign on the wall behind Ann Quillen’s desk reminds her to “PRAY BIG” while the mug on her desk advises the executive director of the Jefferson County Fourth Street Health Center... more »»

City celebrates its heritage

March 22, 2015 WEIRTON — The gymnasium at the Millsop Community Center was filled with the sights, sounds and smells of various cultures Saturday as hundreds gathered for the seventh-annual Festival of Nation. more »»

Tri-State Home, Garden Show to conclude today

March 22, 2015 WEIRTON — Dana McIntosh may have saved a life or two this weekend. more »»

Easter Bunny visits

March 22, 2015 The Easter Bunny will be in his center court garden at the Fort Steuben Mall through April 4 from noon until 8 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays, noon to 6 p.m. more »»

Sheriffs praise veto by Tomblin

March 22, 2015 WHEELING — Local sheriffs applauded Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's Friday veto of a bill that would have allowed anyone 21 or older to carry a concealed weapon without a permi. more »»

Senate version of vaccine bill becomes law in W.Va.

March 22, 2015 WHEELING — A bill that calls for giving the state Department of Health and Human Resources the power to approve or deny a vaccination exemption request for a child is now law in West Virginia. Sen. more »»

Officials deem St. Paddy’s Fest a success

March 22, 2015 WEIRTON — Officials with C.H.A.N.G.E., Inc. are expressing their gratitude to everyone who supported the recent St. Paddy’s Fest event, held at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort March 13. “C.H. more »»

Area students learn about College Credit Plus program

March 22, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — Hundreds of middle school and high school students and their parents gathered at Eastern Gateway Community College recently to learn how they can simultaneously earn a diploma and... more »»

Grant awarded

March 22, 2015 Never Alone WV recently was awarded a grant from ArcelorMittal through its Council for Stronger Communities program, which will assist the organization with its drug awareness and prevention programs. more »»

Group gets help with park retention effort

March 22, 2015 AVELLA — Some dreams are too big to fade away, and Cedar Grove Park is one of them. more »»

‘Families First’

March 22, 2015 STEUBENVILLE — Organizers of this year’s observance of Minority Health Month have big plans and big goal. more »»

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