Business

Conference center in construction

WHEELING - Ohio County officials hope out-of-town residents come for conferences during the week at a Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suites being constructed at the Highlands, then stay to shop and eat at businesses there during slower days at the development.Ground work has started on a ...

MedExpress reveals new branding approach

WHEELING - MedExpress is unveiling a new look to the exterior of its Wheeling, Weirton and Elm Grove centers. The new branding also will be featured on MedExpress' newest neighborhood medical center in Glen Dale, which is scheduled to open for patients on May 6.Area centers soon will feature a ...

Kountry Kidz open for child care

WINTERSVILLE - Summer is right around the corner, and the new Kountry Kidz Daycare is opening just in time to offer busy parents a reliable child care alternative.The center will host a grand opening from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on May 2 featuring kid-centric games, crafts, snacks and special guests. ...

Quick Takes

GRAND OPENING: Dunkin' Donuts will open its first new restaurant in the Weirton area at 250 Three Springs Road on Monday.To celebrate the grand opening, the restaurant will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony, a live broadcast by WCDK-FM and offer the first 100 guests a free Dunkin' Donuts travel ...

Williams building $2.1B pipeline

WHEELING - Williams Energy plans to service 7 million homes from New York City to Georgia with about 1.7 billion cubic feet of Marcellus shale natural gas daily via its $2.1 billion Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project.If the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission grants approval, the Atlantic ...

Real Estate Transfers

The following real estate transactions were filed in Jefferson County:Doris Conlon (deceased) to Jennifer Matyas and Faith Hebb, metes, Knox Township.Faith Hebb and others to Faith Hebb and others, metes, Knox Township.James and Debra Wharton to Christine Jones, 0.175 acre, Warren ...

Yorkville mill becomes water reprocesser

YORKVILLE - A joint venture between Esmark Inc., which owns the former Yorkville Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel plant, and Clear Water Technologies is working toward re-use of part of the closed mill in service to the gas and oil industry.Nearly $1 million is planned to be invested to install ...