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Villa Maria rezoning to go before Steubenville City Council

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STEUBENVILLE — The proposed rezoning of the old Villa Maria property on North Seventh Street is headed to City Council for approval. The city’s Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing Monday on the request to rezone the 5.43-acre property from medium density residential ...

Daily Happenings 1-12-21

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Today’s birthday Jim Eddy, Mingo Junction. Police reports Dog fight: Callers reported a resident in the 800 block of North Sixth Street was involved in a disagreement with his neighbors Friday. The man said the argument was over his dog’s barking habits. Troubled: A man said to be ...

Steubenville nutcrackers headed back to their summer home

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Steubenville’s nutcrackers head back to their summer home on Sunday. Volunteers loaded the 175 life-sized figures onto a truck for the short ride home. Nutcracker creator Mark Nelson said he was happy with the turnout, saying he’d seen a lot of families walking the nutcracker route this ...

Steubenville firefighters acquire new rescue tools

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STEUBENVILLE — Firefighters have new, battery-powered rescue tools at their disposal to free crash victims, the result of a Bureau of Workers’ Compensation grant matched with some of Steubenville’s 0.7-percent income tax revenue. Capaldi said the equipment — a cordless cutter, a ...

Pelosi moves to impeach Trump

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WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday the House will proceed with legislation to impeach President Donald Trump as she pushes the vice president and the Cabinet to invoke constitutional authority force him out, warning that Trump is a threat to democracy after the deadly assault ...

Kettlewell Memorial Stadium buildings razed

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The walls came tumbling down on two buildings at the Robert Kettlewell Memorial Stadium as crews made way for newer structures. Indian Creek Local School District Assistant Superintendent John Belt said the No. 1 concession stand and ticket booth were removed to create a new stand and ticket ...

The unfolding of ‘home-grown fascism’ in Capitol assault

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WASHINGTON — Under battle flags bearing Donald Trump’s name, the Capitol’s attackers pinned a bloodied police officer in a doorway, his twisted face and screams captured on video. They mortally wounded another officer with a blunt weapon and body-slammed a third over a railing into the ...

West Virginia delegate resigns following arrest

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CHARLESTON — Derrick Evans, the newly elected Republican House of Delegates member from Wayne County facing charges for illegal entry into the U.S. Capitol with others, resigned Saturday from the House. In a one-sentence resignation letter, Evans notified Gov. Jim Justice of his resignation ...

Weirton United Way plans virtual tailgate event

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The Weirton United Way is planning its 10th-annual “Big Game” Tailgate for Feb. 6, and will be taking the fundraiser online. The United Way will begin broadcasting the event, through Facebook Live at 3 p.m., with drawings for a variety of prize packages. First Choice America Community ...

Christopher Spring flowing again in Cadiz

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CADIZ — The Christopher Spring is flowing again for local residents to enjoy, and village leaders said they are grateful to the owners for making the necessary repairs. Members of Village Council thanked Emily Wagner, owner of the spring, for making the repairs to the community staple ...