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Jackson Gets One-to-Five for Beating Wife
Adrian Jackson is going to prison for beating his wife two days before she died of causes not associated with the beating.
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Thomas Tells of Growing up in Friendly City's - Jim Crow' Era
When Ann Thomas gazes up at the old Lincoln School in Wheeling, she sees something much different than most who pass by its solid, imposing walls.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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To uncommonsnse, seriously, why don't you pack up and move to that vast wasteland.
Funds Lining Up For Sewer Work
The Marshall County Commission is seeking to use $1.5 million in federal funding for an estimated $4.4 million sewage extension project in Mozart.
Gas Prices Rise In WV
Gas prices increased by a penny over the past week in West Virginia. AAA East Central says the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas in the state was about $3.55.
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.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Hartley Faces Multiple Charges in Alleged Attack
Russell Dwain Hartley II, 30, of Wheeling was arrested last week for allegedly sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend and later threatening to kill her.
Friendly City Chamber Begins Search for Next President
A search committee is accepting applications from those wanting to be the next chamber president, and the deadline to apply for the position is April 4, said John Culler, chairman of the committee.
B&O Tax Relief Delay Debated
Some members of Wheeling City Council are concerned that a proposed delay of tax relief for retail businesses set to take effect April 1 may make some business owners feel like they've been misled.
City-County Building Getting Sprinkler System
The City-County Building in downtown Wheeling does not have a sprinkler system, but work to install one should begin in late spring or summer, according to Ohio County Administrator Greg Stewart.
Police Want 15 Percent Raises
Members of Wheeling's police officers' union are seeking a 15-percent pay increase to combat what they term an "alarming" rate of turnover within the department, as the city has seen 19 officers leave the force in the past three years.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
He was born September 5, 1951, in Wheeling WV, the son of the late William G. & Betty Jean Atkinson Danhart.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Expo Draws More Than 90 Businesses
Area businesses kicked off the ninth annual Marshall County Home and Business Expo on Friday at the former West Virginia Penitentiary.
He was retired from Wheeling Pitt. Corp. and was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church in Beech Bottom, WV.
Miss?Central W.Va. Scholarship Pageant set
Miss and teen contestants of the 2014 Miss Central West Virginia Scholarship Pageant, an official local preliminary to the Miss West Virginia Organization.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Severe Weather Possible Sunday Night Into Monday
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch this weekend for more than half of West Virginia.
Anyone traveling about the Ohio Valley has to have noticed the men, and on occasion, the women, standing along interstate ramps seeking money.
She was born May 12, 1922, in Woodlands, Fish Creek, WV, the daughter of the late Ben and Theole Kelley Workman.
Two Get Prison Time for Drug Counts
Dale A. Davis is facing five-to-20 years in a federal prison after admitting to selling cocaine and heroin from a Wheeling hotel and to having illegal firearms.
Woman Charged With Obstruction for Lying About Car Crash
Wheeling police charged Ebony Miranda Webb with obstruction Monday after she allegedly told police she was the driver of a vehicle involved in an accident-and asked the other driver to corroborate her story.