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What's going on throughout the area
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 284 Lovers Lane, Steubenville, has announced its services for Holy Week, including a Maundy Thursday service tonight at 7 p.m. The Northern District of the General Federation of Women's Clubs will hold its spring workshop April 26 at the Presbyterian Church in Moundsville.
25 Office-Seekers Speak in McMechen
One candidate pledged to donate his salary to charity if voters elect him to the Marshall County Commission, while another said he believes the county needs to develop a centralized water system to increase reliability.
Cops Find Knife, Drugs Near Child's Toys in Home
While searching a McMechen house for drugs, police arrested Jonathan H. Postlewait after allegedly finding a knife stuck in the arm of couch near children's toys, several controlled substances and drug paraphernalia around the house.
City Hires Engineer to Mop up Water Problems
Despite reservations about paying $3.67 million to renovate McMechen's aging water plant, City Council voted 5-0 Thursday to pay an engineer to move forward with the plans.
Roy Edward Bowman
BOWMAN, Roy Edward "Ed", 85, of Moundsville, W.Va., died Saturday, March 29, 2014 in Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glen Dale, W.Va.
McMechen, Marshall County Offices To Be on May 13 Ballot
McMechen Mayor Michael Gracik said he worked as hard as he could during his six years in office, but just could not bring himself to seek another four-year term in the May 13 election.
Early Morning Fire Destroys Two Homes
A blaze that destroyed two homes at 16 and 18 Drummond St. in Moundsville early this morning remains under investigation, city Fire Chief Noel Clark said.
DOERSCH, Florence R. Sigler, 91, of Moundsville, WV, formerly of Wheeling, WV, died Thursday, March 27, 2014, in Peterson Rehabilitation Hospital, Wheeling.
Superload started its journey Sunday
The second Superload started its trip through Marshall County early Sunday morning, and is scheduled to end on Tuesday at Williams Energy's Oak Grove Facility.
McMechen Water Woes Run Deep
City water customers could see their bills double over the next few years as McMechen searches for a means to pay for an estimated $3.67 million worth of repairs and renovations at the aging water plant.