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With an increase in sales and a number of business and other partnerships, Hino Motors Manufacturing USA is experiencing growth, officials said.
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The guild needs donations to pay for costuming costs associated with "Shrek The Musical," set to open May 2 at the local theater.
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Girl Scout leader Tracy Murphy started as a co-leader of an outreach Girl Scout group for McKinley Elementary School students.
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The Gathering will be casual in nature while maintaining the Sunday morning time associated with attending church at 3329 Broad St., Parkersburg, Chrissy Ruehl, associated pastor, said.
Wood County is joining 20 other counties in West Virginia to offer a child advocacy center where abused children will have a place to tell their stories.
Kaylee Jo Eis, 7, of Parkersburg, died Monday, March 10, 2014, in the Camden Clark Medical Center, Memorial Campus, Parkersburg.
A 41-year-old Wood County resident was convicted of accessing child pornography with intent to view it and attempting to persuade a person to destroy evidence after a two-day bench trial in Huntington, West Virginia, United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced.
Finishing Corridor H by 2020 would generate $1.25 billion in new revenue for the state, a guest speaker told Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce members Wednesday.
An internal review by the Parkersburg Police Department found a detective acted appropriately when he shot and killed a suspect at the Grand Central Mall in January, Chief Joe Martin said, but the incident will likely still be presented to a Wood County grand jury.
The legislative session in Charleston is now, for most intents and purposes, over.
Elizabeth Gumm Chapman, beloved mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend, 51, of Vienna, W.Va., passed away on March 9, 2014 unexpectedly.
The Wood County Senior Center is one of many centers across the state that could be impacted by a proposed cut in state funding being considered by the Legislature.
The Parkersburg Art Center will host "Art-o-Rama," a free day for kids and parents, Saturday at the art center in downtown Parkersburg.
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The transition to new rules and policies within West Virginia's juvenile detention facilities is turning out to be a bumpy one, according to one representative of the juvenile correctional officers who staff the sites.