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Elmhurst Holiday Shopping Event Set

WHEELING — Residents of Elmhurst, The House of Friendship assisted living residence in Wheeling will have an opportunity to shop for holiday gifts in the comfort of home on Thursday when a dozen mini shops open for business from 1:30-4 p.m. The public is invited to participate in the event. ...

St. C. Library to host ID theft prevention program

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — As we all learned recently in the news, Equifax Inc. announced a cyber security incident affecting 143 million U.S. Consumers. The staff of St. Clairsville Public Library, seeing a need to inform our community of the risks relating to the Equifax breach, contacted various ...

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RELAY FOR Life Longaberger Basket Bingo, “In Memory Of Kelly McKim Smith,” is slated for 1 p.m. today at the Buckeye Local High School. Doors open at noon and Bingo starts at 1 p.m. at $20 per person (prepaid) or $25 at the door. For tickets, call Carol Webb at 740-546-4005 or Donna Ball ...

HOLIDAY TEA (11-12)

Annual Stifel Holiday Tea set

WHEELING — Welcome the holiday season with an afternoon tea at the historic Stifel Mansion. An annual tradition, the Stifel Holiday Tea takes place from 2-4 p.m. Tuesday at Oglebay Institute’s Stifel Fine Arts Center, which is elegantly decorated for the holidays. The event is free and ...

Dome Theater Takes Viewers Through Time

STEUBENVILLE — Jefferson County students and their families took a trip through time and space during a presentation of the Dome Theater on Nov. 4. About 25 people attended the event at Harding Middle School, which was sponsored by the Jefferson County Educational Service Center and ...

Workshop for senior citizens set Tuesday at Jarvis law offices

DILLONVALE — Responding to concerns by retirees and seniors about increasing costs of long-term care, a local law firm is slated to conduct free workshops to provide answers and clarity to issues confronting seniors in their retirement years. The free workshops titled: “How to Plan For ...

BALL SPONSORS (11-5)

Residence Inn St. C. named 2017 Chamber distinguished employer

ST. CLAIRSVILLE – Residence Inn of St. Clairsville was named the St. Clairsville Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Distinguished Employer of the Year at its annual banquet held Oct. 12 in St. Clairsville. The Distinguished Employer Award recognizes a Chamber member that demonstrates ...

Artisan Center to host clay sculpture exhibit

WHEELING –Wheeling Heritage will welcome Pennsylvania artist Susan Phillips to display her clay works for a November exhibit in the 3rd Floor Loft Gallery of the Wheeling Artisan Center, 1400 Main St. “Clay as Clay” will run Nov. 9-30, with an opening reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Nov. ...

So long ‘Fishy’

Last Sunday our pet “Fishy” died. He was a beautiful red and blue betta. He loved to eat his flaky fish food with tiny shrimp in it. Most of the time he enjoyed lounging on his fake plant’s leaves or sometimes he would hide underneath of it. He was our son Henry’s first live pet. I ...

MF SUCCESS

Ferry students awarded for success

Photo provided Martins Ferry Middle School students were recently awarded prizes at their Success Assembly at the end of the first grading period. New School Resource Officer Jon Young presents Chloe Meeker and Daeja Pugh with $100 prepaid Master Cards, Jazzemine Ward and Kadence Jeffers with ...

SPECIAL DEADLINE  FOR SUBMISSIONS:

The deadline for submissions for the Nov. 26 Lifestyles section is noon Nov. 16 due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Items can be emailed to: shanson@timesleaderonline.com; mailed to: The Times Leader, Attn: Lifestyles, 200 S. Fourth St., Martins Ferry, OH 43935; faxed to: 740-633-1122 and ...

MANSION HOLIDAYS (11-5)

Mansion Museum decorating exhibit opens Nov. 11

WHEELING — The Mansion Museum’s holiday decorating exhibit, Holidays at the Mansion, is on display starting Nov. 11 through December at Oglebay Park. First started in 1973, the holiday tradition continues today as dozens of talented volunteer decorators lavishly transform the Museum for ...

Adam Ireland is a healthy 10-month-old, but was hospitalized at just six weeks old with breathing problems. He had RSV, a common respiratory virus that can make it hard for babies to breathe. The virus is often mistaken for a cold, but some babies develop severe, life-threatening symptoms.

Doctors Warn of a Common Respiratory Illness — RSV — in Children

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Like most moms, Shanisty Ireland had dealt with many bugs being passed between her three children. Last winter, she thought her newborn, Adam, had the same cold that had caused her older children to cough and sniffle. But as Adam ran a fever and struggled to keep his food ...

Community discussion on opioid addiction is Nov. 16

WHEELING — On Nov. 16, the WALS Foundation will host a “Jobs First Agenda” community discussion on Opioid Addiction at the First State Capitol at 1413 Eoff St. in Wheeling. This program will explore economic despair and hopelessness as contributors to the drug and opioid addiction ...

Nutting Gallery welcomes artist with industrial focus

WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University’s Nutting Gallery now features the works of Pittsburgh artist, curator and educator Chris McGinnis. The exhibition, titled “Ridges and Shafts,” will remain on display through Nov. 16. “The “Ridges and Shafts” exhibition was based on a ...

BALL SPONSORS (11-5)

2018 Viennese Winter Ball sponsors announced

WHEELING — The Viennese Winter Ball Committee has announced the sponsors for the 37th annual Viennese Winter Ball to be held at Oglebay’s Glessner Auditorium on Saturday, Feb. 3. Sponsoring the 2018 Cotillion are Senator Michael Maroney and Tiffany Buff. The dessert party at the event is ...

Pittsburgh Opera Young Artists to entertain Thursday Music Club

WHEELING — At 11 a.m. Nov. 2, the Pittsburgh Opera Young Artists will entertain Thursday Music Club at Stifel Fine Arts Center, 1330 National Road, Wheeling. The Progressive Bank of Wheeling is sponsoring this month’s program. President Lynn Welsh will conduct a short business meeting ...

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BETHESDA’S HALLOWEEN festivities on Oct. 31 will include a parade, costume contest and Trick-or-Treating, said Councilman Austin Lucas. Children can start lining up at 4:30 p.m. across from the Masonic Lodge for the parade that will begin at 5 p.m. The parade will proceed down Main Street to ...