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Conference looks at important topic

April 10, 2014 In remaining a leading center of Catholic thought, the Franciscan University of Steubenville takes on topics in many facets of life. more »»

Stratton fighting a losing battle

April 9, 2014 We stand with Stratton Mayor John Abdalla’s decision to put crosses back on the village building through the Easter holiday — a holiday which is religious in its very nature — though we know it’s a... more »»

Battle continues against child abuse

April 8, 2014 Child abuse leaves a permanent scar on its victims. Children don’t know why they are being abused. It is even sadder when abuse is the only way of life they know. more »»

Awareness a key to battling heroin

April 7, 2014 Sad to say but a search of the word “heroin” on our newspaper’s website will bring up pages of headlines. more »»

BDC continues to help region

April 6, 2014 The Business Development Corp. of the Northern Panhandle continues to prove that a public-private partnership can be the most effective way to proceed in redevelopment of former industrial sites. more »»

Residents have chance to look back at past

April 5, 2014 The end of the current school year also will mark the end of an era for many current and former Weirton residents, as three of the city’s elementary schools — Weirton Heights, Liberty and Broadview ... more »»

High school talent has chance to shine

April 4, 2014 The Ohio Valley is ripe with entertainment this time of the year, as area high school drama departments are preparing to present a variety of musicals, showcasing the talent of many students. more »»

Summit gallery a gem for area

April 3, 2014 The Summit Art Gallery opened its doors approximately one year ago, helping to highlight the expressive abilities of many of our residents. more »»

Speaker series lets area shine

April 2, 2014 The opportunity to learn about an historical moment from the person who actually participated in the event is something we often don’t get to appreciate. more »»

Jury remains out about Obamacare

April 1, 2014 Like much else with Obamacare, the revisions to the goals of enrollees make the program look like something of a success. The administration said the system was on track to sign up about . more »»

Cooking school offers something for everyone

March 31, 2014 Whether you are an experienced cook or just starting to test the waters, there is still time to check out the Taste of Home Cooking School, set for Tuesday night at the Serbian-American Cultural... more »»

Return of baseball sure sign of spring

March 30, 2014 The weather our region has experienced during the past 10 days or so has certainly left us confused. more »»

Safety on roads still paramount

March 29, 2014 Since January, the parents of four area teens got phone calls that are every parent’s worst nightmare — they learned their son or daughter had been killed in an automobile accident. more »»

Fire, rescue school training important

March 28, 2014 Area residents and visitors to Brooke County this weekend may notice a full parking lot at Brooke High School, as the 16th-annual Upper Ohio Valley Fire and Rescue School takes place. more »»

Hall recognizes contributions

March 27, 2014 Part of what makes any community great is the effort to preserve its history and remember those who have come before, laying the groundwork for our present as we strive to build a futur. more »»

Dinner highlights growth in region

March 26, 2014 The Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce sees growth and a cooperative spirit in the local area, and looking at the last few years, we would have to agree. more »»

Show appreciation to area veterans

March 25, 2014 Vietnam Veterans Day, a day set aside just recently in Ohio to recognize the approximately 300,000 veterans who served during that war, will be marked locally Saturday at the Louis Berkman... more »»

County roads have seen improvements

March 24, 2014 Twenty four years ago the meetings of the Jefferson County commissioners routinely were filled with residents complaining about the condition of county road. more »»

Rockefeller leaves a lasting legacy

March 23, 2014 There was a time when Jay Rockefeller could have faced defending himself from accusations that he was too focused on Weirton and the Northern Panhandle. But from his efforts as Gov. more »»

Planned demolition triggers sadness

March 22, 2014 It’s primary use may have ended several years ago, but the announcement of the planned demolition of St. John School is sure to bring a great deal of sadness to the Wellsburg community. more »»

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