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Possible dam failure takes spotlight

March 17, 2015 COLUMBUS (AP) — While state engineers evaluate a report warning of potential catastrophic failure at a central Ohio dam and talk about what to do next, emergency preparedness officials plan more... more »»

Caller keeps them playing in Mingo

March 17, 2015 MINGO JUNCTION — B-1 and 0-67 are numbers that pop up most often when bingo is called by Fred Pernick, who has been belting out the numbers to be covered for 19 years at the Mingo Senior Center. more »»

Chester conflict expands to check signing

March 17, 2015 CHESTER — A change in policy over the signing of city checks has become the latest manifestation of the continuing conflict between Mayor Larry Forsythe and City Council over who’s in charge. more »»

4-H leader talks family, organization

March 17, 2015 NEW ALEXANDRIA — Ohio 4-H Week, which ended Saturday, was celebrated with a countywide window decorating contest and before that was the Iron Chef Cooking Contest. more »»

Buckeye Local assesses impact of Ohio budget

March 17, 2015 DILLONVALE —While local school districts await potential reductions in Ohio’s state funding budget, at least one also is seeing other impacts within the community. more »»

Heart Month help always available

March 17, 2015 WINTERSVILLE — Although February is over and with it the formal observance of “Heart Month,” heart help is available year-round through what one local woman discovered was an unexpected source —... more »»

Fatal police shooting investigated

March 16, 2015 FOLLANSBEE — West Virginia State Police are investigating the shooting death of a man by police who responded to a domestic incident on Main Street Friday night. more »»

Wellsburg native is buried at Arlington

March 16, 2015 WELLSBURG — In recognition of his brave service in the Vietnam War, Wellsburg native George Franklin Richards was buried at Arlington National Cemetery last week, and for his sister, Rose Marie,... more »»

Toronto police get new cruiser

March 16, 2015 TORONTO — City Police have a new weapon in its crime-fighting arsenal — a new, 2015 Ford Taurus police cruiser. more »»

Bombing victim to speak locally on April 16

March 16, 2015 Rebekah Gregory, one of those injured in the bombings, will speak at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Career Center project offers lessons on infection control

March 16, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND—Health science students at the John . more »»

Hey, hey, hey! Cos’ OK in Wheeling

March 16, 2015 WHEELING — Ohio Valley residents attending Bill Cosby’s comedy show at the Capitol Theatre on Saturday said they wanted to support the comedian and, of course, laugh at his jokes. more »»

Hearing waived in hotel assault

March 16, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A Pennsylvania man accused of invading a Hancock County hotel room in January and beating up its two occupants waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Friday. Antoine T. more »»

Farm bureaus host community meth lab awareness seminar

March 16, 2015 HOPEDALE — The Farm Bureaus in Harrison, Jefferson, Carroll and Tuscarawas counties will host a Meth Lab Awareness and Drug Identification Class at 7 p.m. March 23 at the Hopedale American Legion. more »»

3-on-3 tournament

March 16, 2015 The second-annual Weirton United Way “Taking it to the Hoop” 3-on-3 basketball tournament got under way Saturday at Weir High School, with teams of kids in third through eighth grades. more »»

New Cumberland wary of lottery revenues

March 16, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND —Although its 2016 budget is staying about the same, the city is facing a precipitous drop in video lottery revenues that could affect how much money is available for special... more »»

Regional Roundup

March 16, 2015 Conservation order issued in Follansbee FOLLANSBEE — City officials have issued a boil order for downtown customers and those on Mahan Lane and Highland Hills and have asked all customers, including... more »»

Muffins as lessons

March 16, 2015 Garfield East preschoolers recently made muffins and read the book, “If You Give a Moose a Muffin” as part of class projects. Enjoying their muffins are pupils Quintavious West and Kendra Baker. more »»

Former casino worker sues over prosecution

March 16, 2015 NEW CUMBERLAND — A former dealer at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort is suing the employer for malicious prosecution. more »»

Weirton to crack down on litterbugs

March 16, 2015 WEIRTON — Now that the snow is finally melting, litter is becoming more visible throughout the city, and officers of the Weirton Police Department want residents to know they are cracking down on... more »»

 
 
 

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