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Doc at W.Va. pain clinic had Texas license revoked
The operator of a West Virginia pain management clinic where an investigation found needles were being reused on patients had his medical license revoked in Texas a decade ago.
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A Second Look At Metro Gov't.
It's been nearly six years since talk of "metro government" stalled in Ohio County, but given the proposed cuts in Wheeling to help what has become an uncertain financial future, the time may be ripe for discussions to begin anew.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Status of PRO Grant Pending
The status of federal funding that helps pay for prevention resource officers at five Ohio County schools remains uncertain, but Board of Education President Shane Mallett indicated Monday the school system would continue to support the program regardless of whether the grant application is successful.
Privatizing Garbage Collection In Benwood Is Being Delayed
A decision on whether Benwood will privatize its garbage collection services likely won't come for another two months, according to city officials.
Weirton Daily Times
Kids bone up on dinosaur knowledge
Nine-year-old Dezirae Ware of Wheeling was wide-eyed while taking a close-up look at a real tyrannosaurus rex tooth.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Housing Development May Help Com...
Howard Karnell said he's lost lifelong friends over a business deal he believes will ultimately help struggling people in the community.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Man Receives One Year in Jail For Misdemeanor Battery Charge
Circuit Judge James Mazzone Thursday sentenced Heyward Bazar to a maximum sentence of one year in jail for misdemeanor battery.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Guard Accused of Molesting Inmate
West Virginia Division of Corrections Officer Krisinda Renne McMahon has been arrested for having sexual contact with a female juvenile inmate at the Lincoln Detention Center in Wheeling.
Wheeling Jesuit gets grant for education project
The project's principal investigator, Charles Wood, says in a news release that researchers will create a live simulation of new flu pandemic outbreaks in which students will play the roles of medical scientists.
Herron: Job Cuts Would Put Wheel...
Wednesday's meeting of Wheeling City Council's Finance Committee ended without a decision on City Manager Robert Herron's proposal to cut more than $800,000 from this year's budget by eliminating about 20 mostly vacant positions.
Child Advocacy Center opens doors
The Children's Listening Place Inc., Child Advocacy Center officially opened its doors Wednesday with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Committee Approves Centre Market Brewpub
Proprietor Chad Hill said his business, Wheeling Brewing Co. - formerly known as Basement Brewery - began as a hobby but has outgrown its location inside Hill's North Wheeling home.
Tyler Star News
Month of Memorials next up at track
Three giant nights of classic 'Bullring' action in honor of past speedway greats are set to highlight Month of Memorials at the Tyler County Speedway.
Driver robbed at gunpoint on Wheeling Island
WTOV9.com WHEELING, W.Va. - Wheeling police are investigating an armed robbery that happened just before 9 p.m. on Tuesday on Wheeling Island.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Smoking Ban Still a Hot Topic
Cheryl Wonderly believes if Hancock County goes completely smoke free that Ohio County may need to consider doing the same.
Police Department Cuts Opposed
City Manager Robert Herron predicts Wheeling will be operating at a $250,000 deficit by this time next year if it doesn't act to cut costs, but some City Council members are not on board with his plan to do so by reducing the size of the city's police force.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Police Force Cut Is Not Excessiv...
Wheeling has substantially more police officers than cities of comparable size, both in West Virginia and nationally.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Wheeling Police Force Larger Tha...
Across the United States, only 13 cities with 30,000 or fewer residents employ more sworn police officers than Wheeling's 83 budgeted positions, according to figures compiled by the FBI.
Would fewer police make Wheeling...
Not sure I can agree with you on this one SME. If the budget can afford more Police and if they are getting the job done, then go for it.