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In unanimous votes Tuesday, Wheeling City Council voted to impose a 0.5-percent sales tax within city limits and scale back its Business and Occupation Tax.
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Earth to legislature; earth to legislature: the citizens of West Virginia chose Charleston - not Wheeling - as the state capitol more than a century ago.
15 hrs ago | Weirton Daily Times
Northern Panhandle residents have an opportunity Wednesday to see the premiere of "West Virginia: The Road to Statehood" during a 7:30 p.m. event at West Virginia Independence Hall.
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The Senate Select Committee on Children and Poverty is meeting from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday at Catholic Charities West Virginia.
Hundreds of children, parents and volunteers gathered at The Linsly School for the annual C3 Soccer Camp on Monday to learn a few soccer skills, sing songs and make new friends.
A chorus of church bells will ring in Wheeling at noon Thursday to mark West Virginia's 150th birthday - including one of the last to hold the distinction of also having tolled on June 20, 1863, heralding official news of statehood.
Although 753 Main St. houses the well-established Uncle Pete's restaurant and some rented apartments, no one met the minimum $175,000 bid to buy the property during a Monday auction.
The West Virginia Supreme Court on Monday stripped the law license of New Martinsville attorney H. John Rogers, calling his conduct "reprehensible" when he had a local businessman involuntarily committed on mental health allegations later deemed untrue.
A member of the Kennedy family will come to Wheeling this week on West Virginia's 150th birthday to honor the state's place in Kennedy family history and discuss the need to eliminate child poverty in West Virginia, state Senate President Jeff Kessler announced.
"What we wanted to do was to commemorate the 150th birthday, but we also wanted to celebrate it," said state Secretary for Education and Arts Kay Goodwin, West Virginia's Sesquicentennial Commission Chair.
The public will have one last chance to weigh in on Wheeling's proposed 0.5-percent sales tax before City Council votes on it Tuesday afternoon.
A long journey brought the first battle flags of West Virginia from the seamstress through the storm of battle, and nearly 150 years later some of these flags have come to rest in a quiet exhibit in Wheeling in the ideal place - the building where the state was born.
Activities and attractions include a carnival, mine equipment displays, miners memorial service, gospel concert, karaoke show, food vendors, coal museum tours, fireworks and local and national entertainment.
RICHEY, Dr. Drake, M.D., 81, of St. Clairsville, retired Radiologist/Chief of the Medical Staff at Barnesville Hospital, passed away 10 June 2013 at Trinity Hospital in Steubenville.
NELSON, Chad Michael, 29, formerly of Wheeling, WV, was tragically killed in an automobile accident while on his way to work, on Thursday, June 13, 2013.
He worked in maintenance at Huffman-Koos and he was a member of the Cornerstone Church of God, New Jersey American Legion Post 3, and a proud Army Veteran serving the Korean War where he received special commendation from the president of North Korea for saving a little girls life.