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Hall of Honor inductees talented, kind

April 11, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — The newest inductees into the Martins Ferry Hall of Honor all had amazing abilities and talents, but there was another common theme revealed during Sunday’s induction ceremony — they... more »»

New Ogden Fun Run course a mini-marathon

April 11, 2016 WHEELING — Young runners feeling up to the challenge of a tougher race course but who may not yet be ready to tackle the 13. more »»

St. C. seeking new police officer

April 11, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The city police department is looking for a new officer to join the force. A civil service exam is set for April 28 with an application deadline of Wednesday, April 13. more »»

City property catches attention

April 11, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — People are expressing interest in the old city garage property, but matters related to purchasing a new building for $650,000 must first be completed. more »»

TransCanada buy Columbia pipeline for $13 billion

April 10, 2016 WHEELING — In a deal worth $13 billion, the company developing two large pipelines to ship Marcellus and Utica shale natural gas southward from Marshall County will sell its assets to Calgary,... more »»

Surveyors to learn how land was mapped

April 10, 2016 MARIETTA, Ohio — Surveyors from sites across the state will gather April 29 to attend a historical presentation as part of their continuing education. more »»

Rep. Jack Cera hopes bill will help reclaim abandoned mines

April 10, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — Coal mines that once employed a multitude of workers across the Eastern Ohio countryside could again be the site of activity if state Re. more »»

Bridgeport graduate named Columbus firefighter of the year

April 10, 2016 COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Central Ohio fire buff group selected a Bridgeport High School graduate as a Columbus Firefighter of the Year. Mark J. more »»

Sports Editor William ‘Bill’ Van Horne recognized

April 10, 2016 Editor’s Note: This is the last in a weekly series of articles highlighting the individual accomplishments of this year’s Martins Ferry Hall of Honor inductee. more »»

Diocese to close St. John’s Grade School

April 9, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — A school founded in 1879 will close, as officials with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Steubenville confirmed Friday that students at St. more »»

Ferry eyes the cost of electric

April 9, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — City Council may consider shutting off some street lights to save Martins Ferry money on its electric bill. more »»

Paving coming to Pease Township

April 9, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Paving and infrastructure issues led the discussion during Wednesday’s meeting of the Belmont County Board of Commissioners, with new paving coming to Pease Township. more »»

EPA still sampling Barnesville water

April 9, 2016 BARNESVILLE — The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is back in Barnesville taking follow-up samples at the reservoir in the aftermath of a brine truck accident on Ohio 800 more than a month ago. more »»

Alternative school may move locations

April 9, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — Jefferson County commissioners on Thursday heard a proposal to move the alternative school from the Justice Center to the McCollough Children’s Home. more »»

More security cameras going up at Ferry park

April 9, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — The upgrading of existing security cameras and the installation of new cameras is underway at City Park. more »»

New landscaping at Ferry track

April 8, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — The hill overlooking the Martins Ferry City Schools’ track will showcase some new landscaping work for the convenience of teams and fans. more »»

Harrison County judge appointed to hear Bellaire Council case

April 8, 2016 BELLAIRE — A special judge from Harrison County will preside over a Belmont County case involving Bellaire Council members and their move to vacate a council seat won last year by write-in candidate... more »»

Cadiz official says sewer pump system too small

April 8, 2016 CADIZ — Village Solicitor Charlie Bowman reported to council Thursday that the sanitary sewer pump station for Sally Buffalo Park is undersized for the amount of use it receives. more »»

$3,000 grant to help restore old section of Belmont Cemetery

April 8, 2016 BELMONT — The village of Belmont held its regular monthly council meeting Thursday evening. Many issues were discussed and ordinances were approve. more »»

Get a taste of culture at BLHS

April 8, 2016 CONNORVILLE — The community can enjoy a taste of culture during the 10th annual International Culture Fair at Buckeye Local High School. more »»



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