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Area Digest

June 30, 2015 Belmont vets office closed Friday The Belmont County Veterans Service Office will be closed on Friday in recognition of Independence Day. more »»

Wheeling Hospital using new procedure to treat atrial fibrillation

June 29, 2015 WHEELING – Physicians at Wheeling Hospital began this week to use cryoballoon ablation to restore normal heart rhythm in patients with atrial fibrillation. more »»

Busack sentencing delayed for third time

June 29, 2015 WHEELING — Wheeling businessman Mark Busack’s federal sentencing for credit card fraud and filing a false income tax return has been continued for a third time as attorneys continue to disagree on... more »»

Plaza West Fest planned July 8

June 29, 2015 ST.?CLAIRSVILLE -- Plan to join your friends and neighbors at the 19th annual PLAZA WEST FEST on Wednesday, July 8 at Riesbeck’s parking lot in the St Clairsville Plaza West. more »»

Gas boom helping to pay off theater

June 29, 2015 WHEELING — They may not play guitar or sing on the Capitol Theatre stage, but out-of-state workers staying in local hotels as part of the Marcellus and Utica shale boom are having a major impact on... more »»

Dolan takes the helm at the SSAC

June 29, 2015 WHEELING — After 30 years with Ohio County Schools, Bernie Dolan is now the executive director of the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission — a move that allows him to combine his... more »»

Special Sedgwick House opening slated Friday

June 29, 2015 MARTINS FERRY — A special opening of the Sedgwick House Museum, Hanover Street, Martins Ferry, is scheduled Friday, July 3, from 2-6 p.m. more »»

Weevils beginning to invade Ohio Valley

June 29, 2015 WHEELING — Often mistaken for a tick, a small, curious looking insect called a weevil is becoming more prevalent around the Ohio Valley, as many area residents may have spotted the pesky bugs on... more »»

Former police officers returning to Wheeling

June 29, 2015 WHEELING — A steady flow of police officers leaving for more lucrative jobs elsewhere has been a source of frustration for Wheeling, but it seems some familiar faces are now looking to return to... more »»

Hand therapy offered

June 29, 2015 WHEELING – Sufferers of painful arthritis of fingers may find relief through specialized therapy at Wheeling Hospital’s Hand Center. more »»

RIBFEST

June 29, 2015 Photos by Fred Connors ... more »»

Health Digest

June 29, 2015 Blood support meeting set Wheeling Hospital’s Blood Cancer Support Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 8, in Conference Room D. more »»

Area Digest

June 29, 2015 Barnesville BOE to meet Tuesday THE Barnesville Exempted Village School District will have a special meeting of the board of education on Tuesday at 7 p.m. more »»

Public employees hold meet, election

June 29, 2015 District 9 of the Public Employee Retirees Incorporated (PERI) held its annual meeting on June 15 at Dutch Valley Restaurant in Sugarcreek Eight counties were represented with 193 members and... more »»

New ‘top’ dog

June 28, 2015 BRIDGEPORT — Zac Shutler is feeling like a youngster again. The 35-year-old can’t wait for the school bell to ring. more »»

Oakview gets grant from Gulfport Energy

June 28, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE -- The Oakview Juvenile Residential Center has been awarded an $1,820 grant to fund three educational field trips to Wheeling Jesuit University. more »»

Scheid: Author, historian, wine man

June 28, 2015 BRIDGEPORT — Al Scheid grew up in Bridgeport not really knowing what he wanted to do in life. Back in the late 1930s and 1940s, the town had a lot of things to do — both good and bad. more »»

Tollgate School House photos, history sought

June 28, 2015 MORRISTOWN - A local woman is hoping to obtain stories and photographs from a bygone era to supplement her understanding of her home's history. more »»

Blue Racer system continues to grow

June 27, 2015 WHEELING — Even more natural gas pipelining and processing infrastructure is on the way to the Upper Ohio Valley, as Columbia Pipeline Group will spend $2. more »»

 
 
 

 

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