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Weirton police David Burns, 58, 2525 Pennsylvania Ave., Room 319, Weirton, one disorderly conduct and five assault warrants, March 15, warrants served on individual at residence without incident William Paul Fram, 21, 4118 LaBelle Ave., Weirton, obstructing an officer, possession of drug ...

Promoting reading

Community

Bishop Mussio Elementary recently kicked off its 2022 “ One Book, One School “program. Each student received a copy of “The Mouse and the Motorcycle” and a snack to take home. During the next several weeks, pupils will be invited to answer questions about the chapters they’ve read for ...

4-H News

Community

Windy Ridge The Harrisville Fire Auxiliary Hall was the setting for the Windy Ridge 4-H Club meeting held March 20. Vice President Caleb Miller presided. Club members vote thank-you notes to people who have helped the club; discussed design ideas for the club’s banner; reviewed past ...

Medical waste plant discussed in Follansbee

Local News

FOLLANSBEE — Plans for a medical waste recycling plant, the possible addition of solar powered street lights were among matters before Follansbee Council on Monday. Mayor David Velegol said there appeared to be an overall positive response by public officials and others who on Wednesday ...

New Cumberland Council discusses property concerns

Local News

NEW CUMBERLAND — New Cumberland officials say it’s time to take action against some troublesome properties in the city. Members of city council, during their meeting Monday, were approached by resident Rob Mick with concerns about a neighboring property, which he described as being ...

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Local News

As part of local observances of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Weirton Mayor Harold Miller, center, Monday morning presented a proclamation to representatives of A Child’s Place CASA and Comfort House on the steps of the Weirton Municipal Building. Pictured with Miller are Rhonda ...