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Weirton native among 2022 ‘Young Guns’

CHARLESTON — A Weirton native has been selected to be a part of West Virginia Executive magazine’s Young Guns Class of 2022. Among the 10 inductees was Dr. Lisa M. Costello, assistant professor at the WVU School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics. Among her numerous credits, she ...

WVU Medicine Harrison Community Hospital gets funds

CADIZ — WVU Medicine Harrison Community Hospital received $18,650 from the 10th-annual Sean Carney’s Blues for a Cure concert. Each year, the concert raises funds to benefit the Harrison Community Hospital Foundation Cancer Awareness and Education Fund and the Harrison County Cancer ...

Zende to head up Wheeling chamber

WHEELING — Kurt Zende is headed back to a familiar office, albeit in a new role. The Wheeling Area Chamber of Commerce executive board announced Thursday that Zende, who had been with the city of Wheeling since 2005, would become the chamber’s new president. Zende replaces Erikka Storch, ...

Assisting the Weirton Christian Center

Christmas came early for the Weirton Christian Center with the help of First Choice America Community Federal Credit Union. The Weirton Christian Center was in need of a new copier machine for its preschool, and First Choice America donated the funds for the purchase. Kim Weaver, Christian ...

Oil and gas firms aid Toys for Tots

COLUMBUS — Ohio’s oil and gas industry is partnering with Toys for Tots in five counties in Eastern Ohio to distribute toys that have been donated to those in need in early December. The Toys for Tots program, with roots dating back to 1947, has helped countless families since that time. ...

Franciscan University offering seminars

STEUBENVILLE — The Center for Criminal Justice, Law, and Ethics at Franciscan University of Steubenville will offer two continuing education courses for the law enforcement and legal community. Aquinas on Crime, to be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 9, examines how the genius of Thomas ...