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West Virginia companies shine across the globe

March 4, 2011 Time and again, I’ve said West Virginia is a great place to do business. more »»

Residents capitalize on food distribution

March 4, 2011 WEIRTON - Residents in Brooke and Hancock counties came out on Feb. 17 to participate in a community food distribution sponsored by the Community Bread Basket and the Salvation Arm. more »»

Social work department helps children’s home

March 4, 2011 BETHANY — The Bethany College Department of Social Work has donated $1,000 to help an area children’s home to open a new facility, while student-athletes from the school helped with the move. The S. more »»


March 4, 2011 Democratic candidate meet set CHARLESTON — West Virginia Democratic Party Chairman Larry Puccio has announced a candidate forum and rally for Democratic candidates for governor will be held April 2... more »»

Park group takes new approach

February 26, 2011 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County Veterans Memorial Park has been envisioned as a reminder of the sacrifices made by veterans, with a nod toward abstract art; and as a tribute to the men and women in... more »»


February 26, 2011 Prom dresses sought for benefit WELLSBURG — Donations of prom dresses are sought for an event to raise funds for efforts to encourage women affected by breast cancer. more »»

Public weighs in on natural gas drilling

February 26, 2011 CHARLESTON (AP) - Concerned residents repeatedly warned delegates about environmental damage from drilling into the Marcellus Shale natural gas field during a public hearing on Feb. more »»

Weirton Steel Chorus director remembered

February 26, 2011 WEIRTON — Family, friends and community members are mourning the death of William “Bill” Niesslein, former director of the Weirton Steel Chorus. Niesslein, who died on Feb. more »»

Auschwitz survivor to speak at Bethany

February 26, 2011 BETHANY — Bethany College will celebrate its 171st anniversary with its annual Founder’s Day program Thursday. Festivities will include the traditional Founder’s Day Convocation, to be held at 11 a. more »»

Television executive set to speak to Bethany students

February 26, 2011 BETHANY — Marie E. more »»

Wellsburg girl wins essay contest

February 19, 2011 WELLSBURG — A Wellsburg girl is both a regional and state winner of an essay contest aimed at perpetuating the ideals promoted by Martin Luther King Jr. more »»

Wellsburg girl wins essay contest

February 19, 2011 WELLSBURG — A Wellsburg girl is both a regional and state winner of an essay contest aimed at perpetuating the ideals promoted by Martin Luther King Jr. more »»

Bethany will try mail-in votes for June 14 election

February 19, 2011 BETHANY — Bethany residents who can’t make it to the polls during the town’s June 14 election will be able to mail in their votes, thanks to a pilot program initiated by the Secretary of State’s... more »»

C.H.A.N.G.E. Inc. making plans for St. Paddy’s Day fundraiser

February 19, 2011 WEIRTON — C.H.A.N.G.E. Inc. has grown since it was formed by the Weirton Ministerial Association in 1983 to help employees laid off by National Steel. more »»


February 19, 2011 Extension board to meet WELLSBURG — The West Virginia University Extension Service Committee for Brooke County will meet at noon Monday at the WVU Extension Office at 840 Charles Street. more »»

Wellsburg Council drops primary election

February 19, 2011 WELLSBURG — With just one election race ahead, Wellsburg City Council unanimously moved on Feb. 8 not to hold a primary election this year. more »»

Turn lane compromise sought

February 19, 2011 WELLSBURG — City officials, local business owners and representatives of the West Virginia Division of Highways appear to have reached a compromise on a controversial plan to remove the median on... more »»

St. John’s observes Catholic Schools Week

February 12, 2011 WELLSBURG — Several causes benefited from activities held at St. John the Evangelist Early Education Center in observance of Catholic Schools Week. more »»

Brooke 4-H club participates in robotic event

February 12, 2011 WELLSBURG — The Brooke County 4-H Lego Robotics team, dubbed the Smartbots, competed in the first LEGO League Robotics Tournament held at Wheeling Jesuit University, Dec. 11. more »»

BHJ officials discuss port authority advantages

February 12, 2011 STEUBENVILLE — A port authority encompassing both sides of the Ohio River in the Brooke, Hancock and Jefferson County area was one of the chief recommendations for how the area can grow and prosper... more »»

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