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Area NAACP chapter reforming

WEIRTON — The Brooke-Hancock chapter of the NAACP is being restarted, with organizers seeking individuals interested in being a part of the organization.

The chapter is open to anyone living in either Brooke or Hancock counties, with an objective to be involved in and contributing to the local communities, especially concerning minorities.

Those interested in becoming a member, or receiving information, can call (304) 919-2384.

Plea made in domestic battery case

NEW CUMBERLAND — The Hancock County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Thursday announced a plea in a felony domestic battery case in the county.

Bud Hull Sr. Wednesday pleaded to felony charges of third-degree domestic battery and additional charges in relation to an incident from April. Hull was sentenced to between one and five years in prison.

The case was investigated by the Weirton Police Department.

Planning commission to meet

TORONTO –The Toronto planning commission will meet at 2 p.m. Monday in council chambers at the Municipal Building.

Weirton council to hold workshop

WEIRTON — Weirton City Council has scheduled a work session for 6 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers of the Weirton Municipal Building. The meeting is open to the public.

The agenda will include a review of the Sept. 8 council meeting, updates on city finances and capital expenditures, COVID-19 expenditures an agreement with the St. James Gate development, a proposed special events ordinance, animal ordinances and staff hiring.

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