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Weld Seeks to make ‘Shelter Dogs’ state dog

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WHEELING — It’s said that every dog has its day, and shelter dogs soon could get “top dog” status in West Virginia. A resolution proposed by Senate Majority Whip Ryan Weld, R-Brooke, and Sen. Stephen Baldwin, D-Greenbrier, would designate canines adopted from West Virginia animal ...

Police reports

Daily Happenings

Steubenville Arrested: Michael A. Graham, 27, 139 N. Avalon Drive, Wintersville, probation violation out of Harrison County, falsification, obstruction of justice, driving with a suspended license, failure to signal turn and one way street violation, Tuesday. Arrested: Roman B. Longo, 34, ...

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Upcoming area concerts include: ¯ Friday: Allissa, Cameron Terrell and Isaiah LaDuke, Mr. Smalls Theatre, Millvale. ¯ Monday: Courtney Barnett, 8 p.m., Carnegie Music Hall. ¯ Wednesday: Dancing with the Stars Live, 7:30 p.m., Benedum Center. ¯ Jan. 31: Teddy Swims, 7 p.m., the Club at ...

Briefs

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Wilson Avenue house hit by gunfire STEUBENVILLE — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a report that a house had been hit by gunshots on Tuesday on Wilson Avenue. The resident of the house in the 1100 block of Wilson Avenue came to the sheriff’s department ...

Steubenville Council hears ASI concerns

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STEUBENVILLE — Goaded by recent social media posts he described as offensive and untrue, Ambulance Service Inc.’s Robert D’Anniballe attended Tuesday’s City Council meeting to discuss what isn’t happening with the family owned business as well as what needs to happen. D’Anniballe ...

Saddle club presents awards, elects officers from around the area

Community

PLEASANT HILL — Awards were presented and officers elected when the Steubenville Saddle Club held its 2019 awards banquet on Saturday at the Four Seasons Community Center, home of the former Pleasant Hill Elementary School off state Route 213. Top honors went to Makenzie Carter and her ...

Supreme Court will hear video appeal

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STEUBENVILLE — The Ohio Supreme Court stated Tuesday it will hear an appeal of a ruling that the video of the shooting of Jefferson County Common Pleas Judge Joseph Bruzzese Jr. shouldn’t be released to The Associated Press. AP reporter Andrew Welsh-Huggins on the day of the shooting in ...

Water around open and closed landfills to be tested

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STEUBENVILLE — The Jefferson County General Health District announced at Tuesday’s meeting it will be testing surface water around open and closed landfills. Nicole Balakos, health commissioner, said such testing isn’t a requirement. She said the environmental division has been in ...