By SCOTT McCLOSKEY
Kennedy Hardware continues to provide customers with a full line of top quality hardware and outdoor power equipment while taking care of customers like no one else, according to Hardware Sales Manager Tom Andrews.
Andrews said they strive to take care of ...
By DREW PARKER
As society moves closer to total connectivity through technology, vehicle trends follow suit.
According to John Hunnell, sales manager at the Moundsville Auto Choice Buick location, car, truck and SUV shoppers are looking for Bluetooth and hands-free driving ...
By DYLAN McKENZIE
MARTINS FERRY— For most people, cars are simply a way to get to work, school or anywhere else. But for some enthusiasts, cars can become a hobby and a talking point that deserves a lot of time and attention.
Car collecting is a hobby that many people in ...
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Offering Cub Cadet, John Deere, Stihl, Generac and other product lines, Kuester Implement Co. maintains three locations: in St. Clairsville, bloomingdale and New Philadelphia.
Serving the tri-state area for over 70 years, Kuester is a third generation John Deere dealer ...
By SCOTT McCLOSKEY
RAYLAND — While there are many Ohio Valley residents who take advantage of boating on the Ohio River, not many can say they have taken it to the level Gary and Marilyn Morton of Rayland have for the past 14 years. That is because they decided to live aboard ...
TORONTO — Pytash Tractor Sales and Service is a lawn and garden equipment and ATV dealer that only handles the best products in the industry, according to owner Tom Pytash.
As a Polaris Star Dealer, Pytash carries the Polaris line of ATVs and Rangers. Customers also can find Kubota tractors ...
MARTINS FERRY — The Ohio Valley and East Ohio Regional Transit Authorities continue to serve the region’s most vulnerable populations — senior citizens and the disabled. And it’s all in a day’s work for the drivers, mechanics and ...
By ALEC BERRY
WHEELING — When will Uber, Lyft or another rideshare service, for that matter, establish a presence within the Ohio Valley?
Those who ask this question certainly want such a service to exist in their location, as it’s believed it would improve the menu of ...
By JOSELYN KING
WHEELING — There’s a code of conduct among limousine drivers: “What happens in the car, stays in the car.”
And Renee Dorsey, owner/driver at Airport Limousine in Wheeling, said limousine drivers often are the first to see and hear of pending happenings ...
By JOHN McCABE
WHEELING — For most of us, getting from point A to B involves climbing into a mechanical contraption of some sort, powered by a 4-, 6- or 8-cylinder version of the internal combustion engine, and pushing down the gas pedal and powering on our way, leaving a ...
By CASEY JUNKINS
WHEELING — Mayor Glenn Elliott said he and his dog often feel quite lonely while walking on the downtown sidewalks after 5 p.m., as most of those who work in the city leave the area via vehicle by this time.
Elliott said he and fellow city council members ...