Wednesday Apr 9
Pa. Has Toughest Rules on Spilling
When it comes to containing spills at natural gas drilling operations, Pennsylvania requires much more of companies operating within its borders than its neighbors in West Virginia and Ohio.
HRC Wants to Let Friendly City Know - We Are Here'
Members of the Wheeling Human Rights Commission want to lower signs of false perception and raise those that promote awareness.
Between a Zone And a Hard Place
Even if the Coast Guard eventually allows barges to carry natural gas fracking waste, Wheeling officials believe GreenHunter Water's planned Warwood recycling facility would still be out of bounds by violating the city's zoning code.
Stop Sign Removal Decision Tuesday
City Council will vote Tuesday whether to remove stop signs at three intersections on Richland Avenue, where motorists have to stop eight times in a stretch of slightly more than a mile.
Bus Levy, Stop Signs on To-Do List for Council
City Council will vote Tuesday whether to grant the Ohio Valley Regional Transportation Authority's request to put a levy on the ballot in May that would generate about $200,000 more per year for the bus service.