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  1. Police Nab FugitiveRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The Intelligencer

    Wheeling police arrested Teeshi Joe Davis on Sunday for possession of marijuana and obstruction - before learning he is a fugitive from justice wanted for multiple charges in Maryland. The arrest came after officers at headquarters were monitoring an area of 14th and Market streets via a video camera, when they noticed two individuals passing what appeared to be a marijuana cigarette back and forth between themselves.

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  2. So Greasy, So Good: Primanti Bros. Brings 'Burgh Flavors to HighlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The Intelligencer

    Roughly seven months after announcing it was coming to the Wheeling area, Primanti Bros. opened its doors at The Highlands on Friday afternoon, and not a moment too soon with the height of Christmas shopping season fast approaching.

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  3. Williams Lea Setting Tone for New WheelingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | The Intelligencer

    There's a sense of optimism in Wheeling these days, one that hasn't been noticeable in some time. A large source of that attitude change appears to be emanating from the first and fifth floors of the Stone Center at 10th and Main streets in the downtown, where a relatively unknown firm is helping to fuel the city's revival.

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  4. Margaret WrotenRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Intelligencer

    Margaret Wroten, 87, of Smithfield, Ohio, passed away Friday, November 14, 2014 in the Weirton Medical Center in Weirton, W.Va. She was a member of the Smithfield Presbyterian Church, Smithfield Women's Club and Book Club.

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  5. Freda AuthRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Intelligencer

    She was born August 23, 1930, in Wheeling, W.Va., the daughter of the late Albert Schrump Sr. and Lydia Chedester Schrump. Freda was a homemaker, attended the McMechen-Benwood United Methodist Church and loved spending time with her grandchildren and family.

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  6. Community Foundation Working to Improve Ohio ValleyRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Intelligencer

    "Brittany" was 19 when she entered a runaway and homeless program administered by Youth Services System in Wheeling. Five months pregnant and in her senior year of high school, she had been living in unsanitary conditions in a relative's home.

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  7. Man Claims Rights DeniedRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Intelligencer

    Wheeling attorney Thomas F. Buck has been hired to represent the city in a lawsuit alleging the Wheeling Municipal Court denied a homeless man his constitutional rights on several occasions between December 2012 and May of this year. Buck is identified as co-counsel for the city in a response to the original claim filed by attorneys Martin P. Sheehan, Paul J. Harris and Shawn Fluharty, in which they allege that James Robert Crawford, 61, a homeless man, was denied legal counsel during prosecutions.

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  8. Royalty Payments Can Be Huge, But Will VaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Intelligencer

    At a daily production clip of 46.5 million cubic feet of dry natural gas, the Magnum Hunter Stewart Winland Utica Shale well could yield its operator about $186,000 per day in revenue, based on a $4 per 1,000 cubic feet of gas sale price. For a mineral owner with a 20 percent royalty rate, that could equate $37,200 in royalties - each day.

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  9. Williams Lea Grows in WheelingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Intelligencer

    There's a sense of optimism in Wheeling these days, one that hasn't been noticeable in some time. A large source of that attitude change appears to be emanating from the first and fifth floors of the Stone Center at 10th and Main streets in the downtown, where a relatively unknown firm is helping to fuel the city's revival.

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  10. Nailers Mauled By Solar Bears, 6-3Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | The Intelligencer

    Playing their third game in four nights, the Orlando Solar Bears were supposed to be a tired club coming into WesBanco Arena on Friday night. The Wheeling Nailers, on the other hand, had been idle since last Sunday.

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  11. Geyser-Like Waterline Break Occurs in South WheelingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | The Intelligencer

    Bob Contraguerro called the city water department when he noticed water bubbling up through the pavement in front of his South Wheeling business. By the time he hung up the phone, the bubbling turned into a blast of water and rocks that continued to shoot up to 30 feet into the air until city workers were able to turn a valve off about 12:45 p.m. today.

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  12. Voicing Opinions On Rate IncreaseRead the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | The Intelligencer

    Local residents will have two opportunities next week to learn about rate increase proposals by American Electric Power - and to make their feelings on the issue known. Two public hearings on the proposal will be held in Wheeling, by the West Virginia Public Service Commission.

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  13. Oglebay Park Makes The Season BrightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | The Intelligencer

    The thousands who travel to experience the Winter Festival of Lights at Oglebay Park each year likely will enjoy the rainbow tunnel near Schenk Lake, which is the newest feature for the 30th annual spectacular. The festival officially kicked off Thursday during a special ceremony at Wilson Lodge, hosted by Wheeling Park Commissioners Wilbur S. Jones Jr., and Joan Stamp and Commission President Dr. Donald H. Hofreuter.

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  14. Restaurant Adds Venezuelan KickRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | The Intelligencer

    It's just before the lunchtime rush at Cilantro Latin Grill, and manager Carlos Parra is looking at a row of freshly made arepas toasting on the grill. The corn flour discs - which are opened into pockets and stuffed with sweet or savory fillings - are a specialty of his native Venezuela.

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  15. Delores HamptonRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | The Intelligencer

    She was born June 5, 1940, in Wheeling, W.Va., a daughter to the late Bill Harris and Virginia Burress. She was a member of the Traveler's Rest Church in Columbus, Ohio, and the Macedonia Baptist Church in Wheeling.

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  16. Carney Admits Soliciting Minor With a ComputerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | The Intelligencer

    Ohio County Circuit Judge David Sims on Monday deferred accepting a guilty plea from Brett Robert Carney, who was indicted in September on a single count of soliciting a minor with a computer. Rather than accepting the plea, Sims ordered Carney, 19, of Moundsville, into pre-trial release status for the next 18 months.

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  17. For Many, Germany Is Still SplitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | The Intelligencer

    A line of cobblestones running through the center of Berlin marks one of the final reminders of the infamous Berlin Wall. Wheeling native Nathan Chapman describes crossing those cobbles as "surreal," as until 25 years ago the wall marked the divide between West Germany and East Germany and stood as the visible front of the Cold War.

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  18. Fluharty Officially Named WinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | The Intelligencer

    Wheeling attorney Shawn Fluharty is now officially the 3rd District's delegate-elect following Monday's canvass in Ohio County of votes cast in the Nov. 4 general election. Just 30 votes had separated Fluharty and fellow Democrat Holli Smith in the race for a 3rd District House of Delegate seat following election night returns.

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  19. For Gorczycas, Military Service Is a Family AffairRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | The Intelligencer

    Every year, on Nov. 11, Cunningham revisits memories of her mother, father and seven uncles who served in all branches of the military. A framed Wheeling New-Register story, published Sunday, Aug. 5, 1945, tells the story of five Gorczyca brothers and their sister, Mary "Mirandy" Gorczyca - Cunningham's mother - serving during World War II.

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  20. Man Pleads Guilty To SolicitingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | The Intelligencer

    Ohio County Circuit Judge David Sims on Monday deferred accepting a guilty plea from Brett Robert Carney, who was indicted in September on a single count of soliciting a minor with a computer. Rather than accepting the plea, Sims ordered Carney, 19, of Moundsville, into pre-trial release status for the next 18 months.

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