Wednesday May 15
Is retaining Wheeling's city man...
Remember Our Taxdollars are paying his salary..Is He worth it?! Has he improved Wheeling by creating new jobs, attracting new businesses, new corporate offices, tearing down eyesores and rebuilding, attracting new citizens, building new housing developments, and overall bringing Wheeling Back.
Joseph was a retired supervisor for Dan Dee Potato Chip Company and a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, South Wheeling.
Hearings Set on CDBG Funds, Water Plant Plan
Residents can let Wheeling City Council know what they think of the city's plan for about $1 million in federal Community Development Block Grant funding - including a proposed 89-percent funding cut for the Wheeling Human Rights Commission - during a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Weirton Daily Times
Statehood lecture to be presented in Wheeling
The West Virginia Humanities Council established its Sesquicentennial Speakers Bureau in 2011 to help organizations across the state strengthen programs related to the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the birth of the Mountain State.