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Even before the recent stabbings at a high school near Pittsburgh, Wheeling Police Chief Shawn Schwertfeger saw the need for law enforcement officers to be trained to recognize a person with a mental disorder and what to do in such a situation.
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Editor's Note: This article is part of an occasional series on the Civil War sesquicentennial provided by members of the Wheeling Civil War 150 Committee.
Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will take place 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26 at Elm Grove Pharmacy, 101 E. Bethlehem Blvd. As part of the nationally-recognized day, the Ohio County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition is collaborating with the DEA, Wheeling Police Department, Cardinal Health and Elm Grove Pharmacy.
Wheeling Police Chief Shawn Schwertfeger is confident investigations into three recent bank robberies will result in arrests, and he thinks two of them may be connected.
To avoid potentially long lines, parents are being encouraged to get their children's back-to-school vaccinations updated now.
A West Virginia State Police trooper said the investigation of an arson that killed three people is progressing.
With only a small endowment fund with which to work, Wheeling Jesuit University President the Rev.
He was a Baptist by faith, and a graduate of Cameron High School. He was an electrician's mate when he was in the U.S. Navy, worked at Cameron Tool as a blacksmith, worked at Garvin's Dairy, a guard at the Moundsville Penitentiary and retired from PPG after many years of service.
He was born on March 5, 1939, in Follansbee, WV, a son of the late Carl and Anna Ewusiak, Sr. Carl retired from Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel Corporation where he worked as a general foreman in coal handling.
Wheeling historian Jeanne Finstein visited the Wheeling Rotary Club's Tuesday luncheon to tell the story of the Stratford Springs Hotel.
Ohio County commissioners Tuesday approved the spending of more than $550,000 to replace waterlines in the area of Stone and Shannon and Cherry Hill roads.
SHREVE, James "Jim" J., 80, of New Martinsville, WV, formerly of Reader, WV, died Monday, April 14, 2014, at Liza's Place in Wheeling.
Vice Mayor David Wood told concerned residents Tuesday that if participation in the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program allows City Council to impose a 0.5-percent sales tax, members would offset this by reducing business and occupation taxes.
Wheeling City Council voted to expand the city's borders and charge more for ambulance service during their Tuesday meeting.