Road work announced
The West Virginia Division of Highways has announced road work to be performed this week, pending suitable weather.
In Hancock County, crews will be patching Finance and Cove roads and Pennsylvania Avenue, installing culvert along North Fork Road and ditching along Turkey Foot, North Fork and Hudson Hill roads. They also will be mowing along many roads.
In Brooke County, crews will be patching Holidays Cove/McKims Ridge, Harmon Creek, Sandag and Police Lodge roads; pulling shoulders and ditches along St. John's, Morton Lane and Grisby/Tent Church Road and mowing along state Route 2 and U.S. Route 22.
Community dinner set for Monday
WEIRTON - Local clergy, community organizations and volunteers have teamed to establish the Table of Hope, a series of community dinners to begin Monday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Weirton First United Methodist Church at 3301 West St.
The idea is to offer a place where everyone can enjoy a free dinner and good conversation in a welcoming atmosphere, said organizers.
Volunteers 16 and older are needed to prepare the meals, and volunteers 14 and older are needed to greet and seat guests and clean up.
For information, call Pam Donohue, coordinator, at (304) 670-9544. Monetary donations should be addressed to Table of Hope and addressed to C.H.A.N.G.E. Inc., 3136 West Street, Weirton, WV 26062.
School board to meet Monday
WELLSBURG - The Brooke County Board of Education has scheduled a work meeting for 5 p.m. Monday to discuss personnel, policies, facilities and leasing of school property for natural gas drilling.
The meeting will be held at the board's office at 1201 Pleasant Ave.
The board still will meet for its next regular session, at 6 p.m. April 30 as well as a special meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday for student discipline hearings.
Such hearings normally are closed to the public.
Free magic show, drug program set
WEIRTON - A free magic show and program on drug abuse will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Millsop Community Center.
The magic show is geared toward family audiences. Representatives of local law enforcement, the medical community and other fields will be on hand afterward to share information about bath salts, synthetic marijuana, heroin and other illegal drugs.
Business consultant to speak Wednesday
WHEELING - The Center for Entrepreneurship at West Liberty University will present a program featuring Barry Moltz, an author, entrepreneur and business consultant, Wednesday at the Capitol Theatre Banquet Hall.
Moltz will speak at 6 p.m., following a cash bar and refreshments beginning at 4 p.m.
Reservations should be made by Monday by calling (304) 336-8699 or e-mailing email@example.com/centerforentrepreneurship.
The program is being sponsored by the university's Gary E. West College of Business.