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Area students do well in academics

April 30, 2016 Amid the multiple championships of spring sports in local schools, there is much to be celebrated academically, too. more »»

Christian center serves community

April 29, 2016 The Weirton Christian Center has been serving the residents of Weirton for almost 100 years, providing programs to assist some of the community’s early immigrants, fulfilling spiritual needs and... more »»

Remembering steel industry

April 28, 2016 Though most of the economic talk nowadays focuses on oil and gas drilling and related projects in the region, the area still owes its existence to industries that came before, most recently, the... more »»

Early voting option good to consider

April 27, 2016 West Virginia’s primary election is set for May 10. more »»

A.L.I.V.E. still helping others

April 26, 2016 Victims of domestic violence suffer from physical, verbal and mental abuse. more »»

Symposium offers opportunity to learn

April 25, 2016 With all the talk of changing school curriculum to provide a taste of the business world to high school students, it is nice to see some in our area have had such an opportunity for quite some time... more »»

Geist offers chance to learn about history

April 24, 2016 Residents from around the Tri-State Area will have the opportunity Monday night to learn about an event of historical importance from a person who actually lived through it. more »»

Health center will shine this evening

April 23, 2016 Tonight will be special in many ways for the Jefferson County Fourth Street Health Center. That’s when friends and supporters will gather at S. more »»

A loss of faith could mean chaos

April 22, 2016 The increasing appearance of teleprompters on the podium with Donald Trump isn’t indicative of him softenin. more »»

W.Va. Elks earn warm welcome

April 21, 2016 We extend a welcome to members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks from throughout West Virginia as they visit the Weirton area during the next few days and hope they enjoy their time here. more »»

Organ donation helps save lives

April 20, 2016 Do you know someone who has received a kidney, a heart or maybe a cornea implant? Chances are you do, as 2015 was a record year for organ donations in the United States, with more than 30,000... more »»

Taste of Home still a special experience

April 19, 2016 Whether you’re looking to pick up a few new recipes for the spring and summer, trying to acquire some new culinary skills or just looking for an evening out with family and friends, this year’s... more »»

Discussion on Weirton center is encouraging

April 18, 2016 Last week, Weirton City Council agreed to contract with a company to perform a market study for property located within the city’s designated Tax Increment Financing District to look into the... more »»

Youth program teaches lessons

April 17, 2016 Members of this year’s class of the Youth Leadership Weirton program completed their journey of learning Thursday after several months focused on lessons of teamwork, ethics, goal-setting,... more »»

Protecting children a job for everyone

April 16, 2016 April is national Child Abuse Prevention Month, and an alarming statistic shows there were more than a dozen children abused before they were even born. more »»

Sears a victim of changing times

April 15, 2016 When word came that Sears would be closing its Steubenville store, there was the usual waxing nostalgic about shopping there. People remember when it was downtown. more »»

Proms should be fun and safe

April 14, 2016 Preparations have long been under way for this year’s proms, as area high schoolers are anticipating a truly memorable evening. more »»

Project Bootstraps lively, informative

April 13, 2016 Project Bootstraps began several years ago as an effort to support local entrepreneurs to become startup small business people. more »»

Madonna freshman has way with words

April 12, 2016 One local youth truly has a way with words. more »»

Be careful when in work zones

April 11, 2016 The spring flowers are starting to bloom and orange barrels on area roads also will be popping u. more »»

A quiet speech, quietly delivered

April 10, 2016 Gov. John Kasich took a few hours off the presidential campaign trail to deliver a pretty standard, for him, State of the State of Ohio address Wednesday, on the road in Marietta this year. more »»

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Trump, the phenomenon

February 26, 2016 Super Tuesday looms ahead. Now, I should be making more guacamole, buying some wings and some good beer because this Super day is way more important to life than Super Bowl Sunday. more »

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