STEUBENVILLE - The Herald-Star and The Weirton Daily Times have released the 2012-13 Tri-State Area Visitors Guide.
The full-color, 28-page publication has all the information any visitor or traveler could need when he or she wants to learn about the area's wide variety of events, attractions and resources.
The brochure contains everything from dining opportunities to parks, shopping and more. If you're looking for information about what to do and see in the area, the 2012-13 Tri-State Area Visitors Guide has it.
GUIDE OFFERS PLENTY OF INFORMATION — Judy Bratten, executive director of Historic Fort Steuben, and Jerry Barilla, president of the Steubenville Revitalization Group, display copies of the 2012-13 Tri-State Area Visitors Guide. The guide, produced by the Herald-Star and The Weirton Daily Times, is designed to help tourists get their bearings while reminding locals of all the businesses and activities the area has to offer. -- Linda Harris
Maggie McGinnis, inside sales manager for the newspapers, said anyone coming into the area can find whatever they need with this brochure.
"It highlights everything the area has to offer, and it's getting more and more popular with each year. We've run out before due to demand, so we've increased production even more this year," said McGinnis.
Copies of the guide can be obtained at the following locations: Weirton Medical Center; Comfort Inn; JC Wine Cellars; Steubenville Visitor Center; Steel Valley Transit; Spring Hills Golf Course; Fairfield Inn and Suites; Holiday Inn of Weirton; Carroll Meadows; Convenient Food Mart; the Ville Restaurant; Naples Spaghetti House; Wal-Mart, Weirton; Christmas in the Park; Best Western-University Inn, Steubenville; Fort Steuben Mall; Mario's Italian Restaurant; Hillside Motel; Ohio State Parks; Fujiyama Japanese Steak House; Froehlich's Classic Corner; Becky's Gifts; City of Follansbee; Jerry Gast, Allstate Insurance; West Virginia Northern Community College; Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce; Econo Lodge and Suites; WesBanco Bank; Wintersville Fire and Rescue bingo; the Laurels; Jefferson County Airpark; Findley Street Laundromat; Village of Wintersville; Blessed Sacrament bingo; Serbian-American Cultural Center; Serbian bingo; Imperial Agway; Roma Bar; Brooke Hills Park; Treasure Island; A Touch of Glass; Wal-Mart, Steubenville; Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce; Hollywood City Center; Mary H. Weir Public Library; Kent State University; Stone Brooke Apartments; Heathermoor I and Heathermoor II Apartments; Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County; Schiappa Branch of the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County; Grove Marine; Neidengard's Harley-Davidson; Village Sleep Center; Create-A-Room; Country Crafts from the Heart; Steve's Fish and Chips; Yorgo's Gyros and Potatoes; Lou's Fish; Sesame Grill Restaurant; Granato's Imported Foods and Deli; Damon's Grill and Sports Bar; Imperial China Buffet; Triple Play Cafe; Scaffidi's Pasta; Dee Jay's Restaurant; Bayberry House Bed and Breakfast; Briarwood; Hancock County Oldtime Fair; Jefferson County Veterans Services; Borden Office Equipment; Gina's Carryout; Al's Auto Service; Super 8 Motel; the Wyngate Senior Living Community; Dr. James Volk; Brooke County Public Library; Cheryl Clark; John Corrigan; Tin Mill Employees Federal Credit Union; St. Mary Byzantine Church; Primetime Office on Aging; Eberhart Service Center; the Original Busy B Muffler; WTOV-TV; New Life Church; Franciscan University of Steubenville; Blackie and Son Excavating and Paving; Steubenville Revitalization Group; Frank & Jerry Furniture and Appliance; Historic Fort Steuben; McConnells Farm Market; and the offices of the Herald-Star and The Weirton Daily Times.