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‘Head to Toe Expo’ set to unfold on Sunday

October 12, 2015 WINTERSVILLE — Ladies, get ready! The fourth-annual “What a Woman Wants ... Head to Toe Expo” is set to run from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at St. Florian Hal. more »»


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‘Head to Toe Expo’ set to unfold on Sunday

October 12, 2015 WINTERSVILLE — Ladies, get ready! The fourth-annual “What a Woman Wants ... Head to Toe Expo” is set to run from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at St. Florian Hal. more »»

City fall bulk item pickup continues

October 12, 2015 STEUBENVILLE – The city’s sanitation department will continue its fall bulk clean-up collection on Saturday. more »»

Ballot includes renewal of Edison levy

October 12, 2015 HAMMONDSVILLE— A five-year, 2-mill levy renewal levy for the Edison Local School District will be on the Nov. 3 ballo. more »»

Toronto Services Committee receives United Way assistance

October 12, 2015 TORONTO — The Toronto Services Committee is another of the 19 United Way of Jefferson County-affiliated agencies that helps many individuals in the Gem City area. more »»

Harrison royalty

October 12, 2015 Sarah Hudson, daughter of Bob and Nickie Hudson of Hopedale, was crowned 2015 Harrison Central High School homecoming queen during halftime ceremonies Friday of the Harrison-Edison football game. more »»

Local Sports

Brooke puts it all together to top Edison

October 13, 2015 WELLSBURG — Cheyenne Hudson was back in uniform for the Brooke girls soccer team Monday and Edison girls soccer coach Jeremy Angelo could only smile and laugh when asked about her return. more »»

Madonna cruises past Magnolia on Senior Night

October 13, 2015 WEIRTON — Sports are meant to be fun. The Madonna girls’ soccer team had fun against Magnolia, netting the first nine goals en route to a 9-1 victory against Magnolia Monday on Senior Night at the J. more »»

Strong second half leads Weir over Bruins

October 13, 2015 WEIRTON — Weir finished better in the second half against Brooke. more »»

SAVED BY THE BELL: 1-yard TD run at buzzer lifts Steelers over Chargers

October 13, 2015 SAN DIEGO — Five seconds left, down by three points and the ball inside the 1. The Pittsburgh Steelers needed a gutsy play against the San Diego Chargers. They got it for a stunning victory. more »»

Top-ranked Ohio State using 2-quarterback system

October 13, 2015 COLUMBUS — The two-quarterback system with Cardale Jones driving Ohio State across the field until yielding to J.T. more »»


Emma Gardei

October 12, 2015 GARDEI, Emma “Katy” Kathryn (Brown), 95, of Colliers, WV, passed away at 5:40 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015, at Valley Haven Geriatric Center, Beech Bottom, WV. more »»

Bonnie Brewer

October 12, 2015 BREWER, Bonnie J., 85, of Freedom Place in Weirton, WV, passed away Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015, at Trinity West. She was born March 2, 1930, in Cadiz, Ohio a daughter of the late Gordon & Hazel Brew. more »»

Eva Ankrom

October 12, 2015 ANKROM, Eva Mae, 92, of Weirton, WV, passed away Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015. Arrangements have been entrusted to Steel & Wolfe Funeral Home & Cremation Services Inc., Weirton, WV. more »»

Agnes Smith

October 11, 2015 Agnes “Aggie” Smith, 73, passed away Thursday, August 6, 2015, at her home in Iron Mountain, MI, after a long and arduous battle with MS. more »»

Helen Schaub

October 11, 2015 Helen Elizabeth Schaub, 96, was called by God to enter into eternal peace on Friday, October 2, 2015, at home in Winter Park, FL. more »»


Community happenings

October 13, 2015 Community 4 A Cure performers announced “Sing for Pink,” one of several “Community 4 A Cure” events being held at the Fort Steuben Mall in observance of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month... more »»

Fort Steuben DAR members tour Means House

October 12, 2015 The Fort Steuben Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution opened the 2015-16 year by meeting at Historic Fort Steuben. more »»

Letters to the Editor

Crestview Manor residents upset

October 11, 2015 To the editor: I’m writing on behalf of 78 residents who signed a petition informing the Jefferson County commissioners and Cross Creek Township trustees who have taken upon themselves the “paving”... more »»

Edison renewal a great investment

October 11, 2015 To the editor: I have been in the real estate business since the early 1960s. I know the value of real estate is affected by many influences, both positive and negative. more »»

Spaghetti dinner a success for CDI

October 11, 2015 To the editor: On behalf of the Cancer Dietary Initiative, I wish to thank those who made our recent spaghetti dinner fundraiser successful. more »»

Trump wants to enhance brand

October 11, 2015 To the editor: Apparently, the extreme arrogance, lack of civility and respect for others, along with his self-absorption, have long been integral parts of the “personality” of 2016 Republican... more »»

Toronto officers earn thanks

October 11, 2015 To the editor: In the news for the last few months, we have been hearing about police officers shooting someone or being shot and what terrible people the police officers are. more »»


Eagle earns Trowbridge Award

October 11, 2015 WELLSBURG — Eagle Manufacturing Co. more »»

New car factory proposed for East Liverpool

October 11, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — A letter of intent signed Tuesday between the Community Improvement Corp. and a Texas-based auto design firm could be the point of new beginning for the city, officials said. more »»

A big success

October 11, 2015 Among the many members of the Follansbee Chamber of Commerce who have teamed to raise more than $11,000 for the Wounded Warriors Project are, front, from left, Carmel Esposito of the 20th Century... more »»

Wheeling Hospital adds UV cleaner

October 11, 2015 WHEELING — To continue its vigilance against infection, Wheeling Hospital has acquired portable units utilizing ultraviolet lights to reduce bacteria, viruses, fungi and “super-bug” germs from... more »»

Quick Takes

October 11, 2015 SELECTED: Robyn E. (Windon) Vittek, a Tiltonsville resident, has been named director of the Mount Lebanon Public Library. more »»

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