Three injured in
DILLONVALE — Three people were transported to hospitals following a head-on wreck on state Route 150, near Connorville, around 9:40 p.m. on Tuesday.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol reported a vehicle driven by Brooklyn Doty, 25, of Dillonvale went left of center and hit head-on a vehicle driven by Christopher Bauknecht, 49, of Dillonvale.
Doty was flown by medical helicopter to a Pittsburgh hospital and Bauknecht was taken by ambulance to Wheeling Hospital and then on to another Pittsburgh hospital, the patrol reported. A 17-year-old male passenger in the Doty vehicle was transported to Wheeling Hospital, according to the patrol.
The patrol noted Doty and her passenger were not wearing seat belts.
The accident remains under investigation.
Water line testing
STEUBENVILLE — Crews will be testing an isolation sequence to shut off water to Market Street and Commercial Alley this evening, information crucial to developing a replacement plan for a leaking 12-inch valve in that area.
The work will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday and potentially affect the 100 block of North 4th St., the 100 block of North 5th St., the 400 block of Washington and the 400 block of Market streets.
It’s all part of the city’s Phase I and Phase II valve and waterline replacement project.
Water Superintendent Jim Jenkins said it’s a complex project, and residents could experience water quality issues, including loss of water, low pressure and discoloration. Those experiencing any of those conditions should report it to the water filtration plant at (740) 283.6041.
Portion of Rabbit Hill
to close for sewer line
WELLSBURG — The West Virginia Division of Highways advises that today, a portion of county Route 18, Rabbit Hill, will be closed.
The closure will occur from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at milepost 0.43 which is approximately one-half of a mile from the intersection with state Route 2. The closure is needed to repair a sewer line.
The alternate routes are state Route 27 or county Route 18/1, Sanders Hill. Inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances could change the project schedule.
SHS homecoming event set
STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville High School will welcome alumni, students, friends and fans to the 2019 Homecoming Celebration on Friday.
The event will consist of a homecoming pep rally, tailgating, a parade and the football game at Harding Stadium with kick-off set for 7 p.m.
This year, the pep rally will take place on 4th Street in front of the Wells Acadmey entrance. The Homecoming Court will travel down 4th Street in a horse-drawn carriage and then will be annouced and escorted.
The Big Red Band will play and the cheerleaders will lead crowd cheers.
The celebration will begin in downtown Steubenville at 1:40 p.m. Friday.