Business

Mt. Everest climber speaks to chamber

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Overcoming challenges is an important part of life and business, and on Oct. 12 members of the St. Clairsville Area Chamber of Commerce heard from a man who has conquered one of the biggest challenges on the planet. Alan Mallory, an international speaker, author and human ...

Appliance depot

Appliance Depot now open

The Appliance Depot, Appliances and Furniture Store is now open in the North Fourth Street location in downtown Steubenville that was the longtime home of the Frank & Jerry Furniture and Appliance store on North Fourth Street in Steubenville. Owner and President LaTasha Atteberry said the ...

Self-driving cars come to New York

DETROIT — Autonomous vehicles are already navigating the verdant hills of Pittsburgh and the pitched avenues of San Francisco. They may soon be tested by the chaos of Manhattan, where pedestrians, taxis, buses and bikes embark daily on an eternal quest to avoid impact. Cruise Automation, a ...

Real Estate Transfers

The following real estate transactions were recorded in Jefferson County: Craig and Felicia Corabi to Brea and Chad Hosenfeld, lot 2, Samuel Bailie’s Subdivision (survivorship). Stanley Rawson to Sandra Rawson, lot 35, Dana Lynn. Nicholas Mancuso to Nicholas Jasko III, lots 70-73, ...

Bus. Boot Camp

Business talk

Tim James, loan officer for First Microloan of West Virginia, shared information about securing loans for the development or expansion of small businesses at the Business Boot Camp held Oct. 12 at Vito’s 2 in Follansbee. The event was sponsored by the Follansbee Chamber of Commerce, the ...

Coloring contest

Credit unions hold coloring contests

The Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter of Credit Unions recognized area children during its 14th-annual coloring contest. More than 3,000 entries were submitted by pupils in Brooke and Hancock counties and members of area credit unions. Each of the winning pupils received $25, a certficate and a ...

Quick Takes

APPOINTMENT: Christin M. Jungers of Steubenville has been reappointed to Ohio’s counselor, social worker and marriage and family therapist board, Gov. John Kasich’s office announced Tuesday. The term will run through Oct. 10, 2020. Deficit: The Trump administration says the federal ...

NEW STORE AT WLU — Cutting a ribbon Tuesday to mark the opening of a new convenience store inside West Liberty University’s College Union are, from left,  Anita Hardin of Sodexo, WLU President Stephen Greiner and Sodexo General Manager Doug Orr. - Contributed

WLU offers Bear Necessities

WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University added a convenience store this fall that is changing the routines of students. The Bear Necessities store, located in the College Union, held its grand opening Tuesday. It is operated by Sodexo, which provides food service on campus. “When I arrived ...

WORK PROGRESSING — Work is progressing on construction of the Health Plan’s new headquarters in downtown Wheeling. The building is expected to be ready for occupancy by the end of this year. - Linda Comins

Health Plan sells workers’ comp divisions

WHEELING — The Health Plan has sold its managed workers’ compensation program and workers’ compensation third-party administrator service lines to Paramount Health Care, officials said earlier this week. The deal was being finalized, and the sale price was not disclosed. Officials of ...

Formal wear business headed to historic Wheeling structure

WHEELING — More than two decades after the grill went cold at the former Bill’s Hamburger building, a new business soon will occupy the pre-Civil War structure situated between the Capitol Theatre and the Wheeling Suspension Bridge. Specializing in formal attire for all occasions, J.Jones ...