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Bertha was born March 17, 1920 in Wheeling, WV daughter of the late Harland D. and H. Elizabeth Reeves Nickerson.
8 hrs ago
Police Seeking More Space For Neighborhood Satellite Stations
Two satellite stations where officers can do paperwork, meet with residents and take lunch breaks opened Wednesday.
12 hrs ago
Ohio Valley Continues To Lose Population
Despite promises of job growth resulting from the local oil and natural gas boom, the aging Upper Ohio Valley has lost an estimated 1.2 percent of its population since the 2010 Census, figures released today indicate.
Wed May 22, 2013
Scatterday's Drive Betters Community
Few people we know can be as persistent as Robert "Scat" Scatterday of Wheeling.
Frack Water Meeting Tonight
Residents referring to themselves as "Wheeling Water Warriors" have the chance to question GreenHunter Water officials about the company's plans to recycle natural gas frack water in Warwood.
Should Wheeling try to block Gre...
The City should be thrilled any business of any kind wants to locate there.This project is reusing an old industrial facility as well.It does not get any better.BTW: these folks will pay City taxes.
Fawning all over
Residents of Elmhurst, The House of Friendship on National Road in Wheeling, spotted a newborn deer nestled in the grass near the front porch, Monday.
Creating Miracles Typical in Our Valley
In many ways the new Miracle League Baseball Field in Wheeling is a dream come true.
Working Together For Valley's Good
The hundreds of people who attended the annual Wheeling Area Chamber of Commerce dinner Monday night took time for what amounted to a well-deserved pat on the back - for themselves.
Tue May 21, 2013
David Scott Jr.
SCOTT, David Michael, Jr., of Stone Church Road, Wheeling died on Friday, May 17, 2013 in the Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling.
HRC to City: Please, Hear Us Out
Members of the Wheeling Human Rights Commission are about to wrap up their only remaining open case as they brace for a massive funding cut - but members do not believe the case has to be their last.
Justice Gets Time For Grabbing Gun
Ohio County Circuit Judge David Sims sentenced Matthew Justice to one to five years in prison Monday for trying to grab a Wheeling police officer's gun from its holster.
Mon May 20, 2013
Charlestona s Renaissance
The gilded dome of the state capitol is Charleston's best-known feature, but government is only part of the story here.
Weirton Daily Times
Miracle League of the Ohio Valley opened its own ball field
Ohio Valley residents have good reason to believe in miracles, and about 250 of them had the opportunity to witness one on Saturday.
Sun May 19, 2013
Herald Star Online
Many helped with walk
On behalf of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, thank you to the generous people of the Ohio Valley for helping make the 13th-annual Ohio Valley Light the Night Walk a success.
Sat May 18, 2013
Herald Star Online
Wheeling Jesuit University graduates 385
Businessman Mike Ferns Sr. believes the future is bright for new college graduates willing to invest the necessary time in their careers.
He was born May 3, 1925, in Wheeling, a son of the late John W. and Ruth E. Fawcett Sargent.
Couple Building Fairy Tale Home Out of Straw
Everyone knows what happened to the little pig who built his house out of straw, but Jack and Nancie Hines aren't afraid of the Big Bad Wolf - and they can't wait to move into their real-life fairy tale home.