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City Fire Department called to arson blaze

Local News

STEUBENVILLE —The City Fire Department is investigating yet another arson fire, the latest occurring around 8:40 p.m. on Saturday at 713 Lincoln Ave. The city police and fire departments were called to the house after the occupant heard a noise on the front porch. The fire department ...

Area woman is new plant manager at Cardinal

Local News

BRILLIANT — The Cardinal Operating Co., which manages the 1,800-megawatt electric generation station south of Brilliant, has a new plant manager, Bethany Schunn of St. Clairsville. She is the first woman in the 50 years of operation for Cardinal to hold the top post, but she says that’s ...

CFOV to host education event

Business

WHEELING — The Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley, with support from WesBanco, will host a continuing education seminar for local legal and finance professionals. The seminar is scheduled for Friday at Wilson Lodge and will begin with registration and breakfast at 7:45 a.m. ...

Campus news

Community

Muskingum University Lucy Falls of Steubenville and Abigail Orr of Wintersville were named to the spring dean’s list at Muskingum University. Marietta College Harrison Trikones of Wintersville was named to Marietta College’s spring dean’s list.

Police reports

Daily Happenings

Steubenville Cited: Vandela Wilson, 38, 1417 Oak Grove Ave., failure to control; and Brenda A. Green, 49, 150 Leonard Ave., Wintersville, driving with suspended license. Break-in: Garage in the 600 block of Ross Street broken into during the past month and motorcycle, vehicle, bicycles ...

Steubenville girl set to return to national bee

Local News

STEUBENVILLE — Of the many youth competing in the Scripps National Spelling Bee each year, typically about a third have qualified or participated for the event in the past. And Grace McKeegan, a home-schooled eighth-grader from Steubenville, is one of the many getting another shot at the ...

Proposed projects at the Highlands advance

Business

WHEELING — Proposed projects to build a sports complex, retail store and small strip mall at the Highlands are coming along. Ohio County Commissioner Randy Wharton, who serves as president of the Ohio County Development Authority, said the authority is set to receive back this week bids for ...

Community calendar

Community

Today Gamblers Anonymous and Gam-Anon, 7 p.m., Wheeling College, Whelan Hall, 316 Washington Ave., Wheeling. Alcoholics Anonymous, Sunday Morning Awareness Group, open discussion, 10 a.m., Trinity Medical Center East staff conference room; information, (740) 266-5081; As Bill Sees It Group, ...

Man who assaulted car rental employee sought by City Police

Local News

STEUBENVILLE —City Police are looking for a man who assaulted a car rental assistant manager and took a vehicle prior to paperwork being completed on Friday morning. Police reported the man walked into Enterprise Rent-A-Car, 2203 Sunset Blvd., and became irate and started complaining. The ...

Tri-State Printing honored

Business

Tri-State Printing received the Small Business Award for 2018 from the Eastern Ohio Development Alliance. Tri-State has been in business for more 60 years. Judy Bratten, executive director of Historic Fort Steuben and the Steubenville Visitors Center, nominated the firm, stating Tri-State ...