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Father of baby hospitalized for opiates in court

September 16, 2015 CADIZ — The father of a baby who was taken to the hospital Sunday with opiates in her system appeared in Harrison County Court on Tuesday for his arraignment. more »»

$69M project proposed for Powhatan

September 16, 2015 POWHATAN POINT — A proposed $69 million three-phase project that would include the former Powhatan High School was explained Tuesday night by village officials, who also discussed telephones,... more »»

New LaMotte trial to stay in Belmont County

September 15, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — A man accused of fatally shooting his wife will stand trial for the second time next week. more »»

Colerain Pike pipe breaks

September 15, 2015 MARTINS FERRY — A project to replace a waterline along Colerain Pike likely can’t start soon enough for city workers and residents of that area. more »»

W.Va. coal value falls

September 15, 2015 WHEELING — The assessed value of West Virginia’s coal reserves and coal mining equipment dropped a combined $1. more »»

Group aims to help veterans

September 15, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Members of a newly formed group are seeking to help local veterans in any way they can. The Friends of the Veterans, a S. more »»

New chief at Bethesda P.D.

September 14, 2015 BETHESDA — For three years the Bethesda Police Department has struggled to fill the void left by the sudden death of Police Chief Tim Zdanski, but Mayor Martin Lucas believes the department finally... more »»

Characters bring history to life in cemetery tour

September 14, 2015 WHEELING—?Visitors may view gravesites of Wheeling pioneers and hear stories of early Wheeling from living history interpreters at the Friends of Wheeling historic Greenwood Cemetery Tour on Sunday,... more »»

State school plan divisive

September 14, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — Hallway floors were waxed and classroom walls freshly painted this summer in preparation for another year in the Youngstown City Schools, but trepidation was in the air about... more »»

‘Truggy’ racer loves rough rides in St. C

September 14, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Were you to come across 29-year-old Derek Cattran — a mild-mannered engineer for American Electric Power — you might not guess that the St. more »»

Miss Georgia crowned winner of Miss America

September 14, 2015 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Miss Georgia Betty Cantrell is the new Miss America. more »»

Smith found guilty of complicity in rape case

September 12, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — After about an hour’s deliberation, a jury returned a guilty verdict, concluding the two-day trial of William Douglas Smith. He and Peggy Sue Horstman will be sentenced Sept. more »»

There can be only one American Energy

September 12, 2015 WHEELING — Since he had to object to an Ohio Department of Natural Resources plan that would have allowed natural gas companies to drill into his coal seams in 2012, Robert E. more »»

Elks seek to rejuvenate 9/11 awareness

September 12, 2015 WHEELING — Each year on Sept. 11, members of Wheeling Elks Lodge 28 greet visitors coming in to the Main Street Bank building lobby, and they hand each person a flag. more »»

Cities sue to protect plants near reservoirs

September 12, 2015 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Five Ohio cities have sued the state to stop a law allowing residents near city-owned reservoirs to remove surrounding trees and other vegetation that protects drinking water... more »»

Marijuana advocates campaign

September 11, 2015 MARTINS FERRY — Responsible Ohio, a group pushing to legalize marijuana in Ohio in the upcoming Nov. 3 election, visited several locations in the Ohio Valley on Thursday. more »»

Horstman testifies in rape trial

September 11, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The trial of William Douglas Smith began Thursday with graphic evidence and testimony of an abhorrent crime. more »»

Murray: stream rule will end longwall mines

September 11, 2015 PITTSBURGH — Robert . more »»

At ground zero, 9/11 anniversary now both public and private

September 11, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — After years as a private commemoration, the anniversary of Sept. 11 at ground zero now also has become an occasion for public reflection on the site of the terror attacks. more »»



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