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Juneteenth plans taking shape

Local News

STEUBENVILLE — Second Baptist Church’s Juneteenth, a celebration of African American heritage, will fill downtown Steubenville with music, food and games on June 19. The festival was started five years ago, though last year’s event was canceled because of the pandemic. ...

Former Pens coach Eddie Olczyk to be featured speaker

Local News

STEUBENVILLE — When you hear the name Eddie Olczyk, a couple of things come to mind. One, likely, is his long career in the National Hockey League that included stints as a player and coach with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Another is his work as an analyst on television and radio, ...

JCBDD focusing on school integration

Local News

STEUBENVILLE — Henry Hill will enter the first grade in the Indian Creek Local School District this fall, and that is the goal of the Jefferson County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Henry, who is on the autism spectrum, attended the School of Bright Promise for two years and is a ...

United Bancorp wins award

Business

MARTINS FERRY — United Bancorp Inc., holding company of Unified Bank, has captured the 2020 Raymond James Community Bankers Cup for its superior performance during the previous 12 months. The cup is awarded each year based on superior performance in community banking. This award ...

Rasicci and Co. salon, boutique opens doors

Business

Rasicci and Co. celebrated its grand opening June 6, welcoming friends, family and guests to its new location at 402 Penco Road, within the Weirton Shopping Plaza. The hair salon and fashion boutique offers a variety of hair and beauty services for all, along with clothing and accessories. ...

Flowers by M&K celebrates grand opening

Business

Flowers by M&K celebrated its grand opening June 5, with business officials joined by representatives of the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce. The new florist is located at 243 Three Springs Drive, Suite 17 in Weirton, and offers a variety of floral arrangements with delivery to Weirton and ...