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Grecian culture alive in Weirton

July 7, 2016 For 29 years, the members of All Saints Greek Orthodox Church have shared their faith, heritage and traditions with the rest of the Weirton community, as well as residents throughout the Tri-State... more »»

Hillary Clinton: Incompetence and politics

July 6, 2016 The name Clinton used to call to mind the epithet “Slick Willy,” aimed at Hillary Clinton’s husband, against whom anything and everything just didn’t seem to stick, politically, ethically or... more »»

Meeting leaves just too many questions

July 5, 2016 Suddenly it’s the 1990s, and Bill Clinton is testing his Teflon-slick skin. more »»

Spirit of 1776 continues to live today

July 4, 2016 We cannot describe the spirit of freedom any better than the men who created the document which led the nation toward the actions which we celebrate today. more »»

Weirton authority can move forward

July 3, 2016 The Weirton Area Port Authority was given a chance to prove its case before the West Virginia Public Port Authority on Wednesday and came home with an opportunity to move forward. more »»

It’s a time to enjoy being an American

July 2, 2016 Enjoy being an American this holiday weekend. more »»

Weirton shows off at festival

July 1, 2016 The Renaissance Weirton Festival will be making its return Saturday, set to follow Weirton’s annual Independence Day Parade. more »»

Annual symphony tradition continues

June 30, 2016 After 25 years, it wouldn’t seem like the Independence Day holiday in Weirton without a performance from the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, which will again bring its special brand of community... more »»

Alzheimer’s remains a devastating disease

June 29, 2016 Alzheimer’s disease knows not from accomplishments. It claims the minds of those it affects and, eventually, it claims their lives. more »»

Remember to play it safe near fireworks

June 28, 2016 The Fourth of July is usually a time to celebrate with family picnics and get-togethers, sometimes accompanied by a few bangs and booms. more »»

TS&T a sign of area development

June 27, 2016 A former Chester pottery site, long idle and vacant, has taken another step into a new life with a potential for new jobs and new opportunities. more »»

Ruling shows we’re divided as a nation

June 26, 2016 President Obama’s amnesty plan for immigrants ended up on the thorns of a deadlocked Supreme Court Thursday. more »»

Relays help keep cancer fight alive

June 25, 2016 A season of hours and hours of walking combined with fun and fellowship, and, perhaps most important, fundraising, has come to end this year, as the Ohio Valley’s Relays for Life have been complete. more »»

Lend a Hand still helping

June 24, 2016 For 20 years, groups of students and alumni from Weirton Madonna High School have gathered at the end of the school year and dedicated themselves to helping others. more »»

Thunder in the Ville tradition continues

June 23, 2016 While Thunder in the Ville has always been a special weekend, this year’s event will carry added significanc. more »»

No matter what, Trump is Trump

June 22, 2016 Donald Trump shows little signs of actual change in his own conduct as a presidential nominee, despite the sacking of his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowsk. more »»

Steubenville pride was on display

June 21, 2016 The past week or so, including a Father’s Day that wrapped up six days of festivals and fun in Steubenville with a concert at Historic Fort Steuben, should be a reason for Steubenville residents to... more »»

Cup caps a special season for Penguins

June 20, 2016 When one thinks of Pittsburgh, it’s easy to think of it as a football town as Steeler Nation dominates for about half of the year. more »»

Fathers have tough road to navigate

June 19, 2016 Father’s Day brings good thoughts for many, hopefully most, people of a dedicated worker, a patient taskmaster, an adviser for lif. more »»

Dewans improved life in our region

June 18, 2016 On Sunday, the Salvation Army will be saying goodbye to two of its leaders as Majs. David and Sue Dewan leave the Northern Panhandle for their newest assignment in Oklahoma. more »»

 
 
 

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