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Snow-related wrecks keep officers busy

January 13, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE – Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers responded to multiple vehicle accidents on Tuesday due to snowy and icy road conditions. Dispatcher R.E. Holter said as of 4 p.. more »»

More suspects bond out, more charges still pending

January 13, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — Eight weeks have passed since Gregg Thompson was shot to death at Jaycee Manor apartments, but no one has been charged with his murder. more »»

Monroe County trial continues

January 13, 2016 WOODSFIELD — The trial of an accused murderer will continue today in Monroe County Common Pleas Court. Ralph Ash, 55, is accused of killing his former wife, who vanished on Valentine’s Day last yea. more »»

Thomas Garage employee to be honored for sales success

January 13, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE – A local woman will soon receive recognition for her remarkable success as a sales representative at Thomas Garage, where she sold 182 new vehicles in 2015. more »»

Obama summons Americans to compromise and change

January 13, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — With Americans soon to begin choosing his successor, President Barack Obama is casting his seven divisive years as a time of positive change, implicitly asking voters to replace hi... more »»

Massive drug sweep nets 19

January 13, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — A massive drug sweep that took officers across Belmont County on Monday night netted 19 arrests and left nearly that many suspects still at large. more »»

Ginny Favede named president of county commissioners

January 13, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Creating jobs and increasing our tax base continue to be the number one priority among the goals set for this year by the Belmont County Commissioners’ new board president. more »»

Lovell named president of Martins Ferry schools

January 13, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — The Martins Ferry City Schools Board of Education opened 2016 with updates on the district’s technological upgrades. more »»

Monroe County murder trial continues

January 12, 2016 WOODSFIELD — The trial of a man accused of killing his former girlfriend who disappeared on Valentine’s Day last year began Monday in Monroe County. more »»

LeaderStat begins recertification

January 12, 2016 WOODSFIELD — Monroe County commissioners met with a director from LeaderStat as the firm begins the process of recertifying the Monroe County Care Center. more »»

Board clarifies sewer line permit fees

January 12, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The Belmont County Board of Health on Monday clarified sewer line permit fees to include state fees, which have increased for 2016. The board approved 2016 fees at its Dec. more »»

Less-than-lethal response OK’d for Buckeye Local

January 12, 2016 DILLONVALE — Buckeye Local School District may be the first in the nation to authorize districtwide installation of a new threat mitigation option: the FN-303 Launcher — a less-than-lethal... more »»

Murder trial under way in Monroe County

January 11, 2016 WOODSFIELD -- A trial is under way today for a Monroe County man accused of murdering Tracy Heskett almost one year ago. Ralph A. more »»

Homebrewers bring craft to Steubenville

January 11, 2016 STEUBENVILLE – It was a blustery December night, and the windows of the Nelson Fine Arts Center were ablaze with a cheerful, yellow ligh. more »»

Union Local is getting technical

January 11, 2016 BELMONT — The last two years have seen the Union Local School District spring ahead in terms of technological innovation and the integration of technology in the classrooms. more »»

Mayor: Belmont will be OK

January 10, 2016 BELMONT — Although the village of Belmont is facing a “total mess,” according to new Mayor Stan Sobel, he truly believes these challenges will be quickly overcome. “We’re going to be OK,” he said. more »»

Powerball jackpot rockets to $900M

January 10, 2016 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Lottery fans, take heart. more »»

Walsh helms library

January 10, 2016 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The St. Clairsville Public Library has a new director at the helm in Doug Walsh, who has just finished his first week on the job. more »»

City preparing utility office for incoming manager

January 10, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — City officials are doing some housekeeping in the utility office before hiring a manager — a new position created by Martins Ferry City Council that will pay $45,000 a year. more »»

 
 
 

 

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