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The Wheeling Fire Department Swift Water Rescue Team on Tuesday pulled two people from a vehicle stuck in the middle of Big Wheeling Creek at Stacey Crossing.
Mills, 19, of 217 Erie St., Wheeling admitted to Ohio County Circuit Judge David Sims that on June 13 she had beaten and kicked a juvenile victim because she felt the victim was responsible for sending her to jail.
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Officials say the Culture Center in Charleston exhibit features photos taken by J.J. Young Jr. who died in 2004.
Members of the coalition met in Wheeling earlier this month to review recent projects and the coalition's media plans for the upcoming year.
Wheeling city officials want to refinance about $6.5 million in outstanding Tax Increment Financing debt, saying it will provide the city a financial safety net for the future.
CURIA, Ellen "Ella" Jean, of Moundsville, WV, died Sunday, December 8, 2013, at home, with her daughters at her side.
Joseph Paree will begin serving a one-to-three year sentence when he is released from prison on a previous conviction.
McKinley-Carter Wealth Services purchased the office building at 515 Market St. and over the last four months spent more than $1 million in renovations, including the third floor which will house its Parkersburg offices.
In this 1957 photo, a B&O work train eases through Wheeling Station and up 17th Street toward Tunnel #1.
While most of the rest of the state picked up rain Friday it was all snow in Wheeling as this clearing job attests at Wheeling Island Stadium Friday night.
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Lee graduated from Tridelphia High School and was drafted into the U.S. Navy, stationed in Guam, serving as Post Master in WWII from 1943-1946.