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The city of Parkersburg will be working with the West Virginia Division of Highways to install sidewalks on a section of Division Street Extension to improve safety for students walking to Franklin Elementary Center in south Parkersburg.
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HAYES, Todd J., age 46, of Glen Dale, WV, died Sunday, December 8, 2013, at home, surrounded by his wife and two friends.
Although the weather outside was frightful, the 46th annual Holly Trail Tour of Homes was quite delightful to those who came out to see the sights of the season.
A certificate of need issued by the West Virginia Health Care Authority says consolidating the Parkersburg hospital's St. Joseph's and Memorial campuses is expected to cost $47 million.
Model trains in their heyday were marketed as a kid's delight, something young children - in the advertisements, almost always young boys - would lose themselves in for hours.
Hundreds of supporters of the Camden Clark Foundation were transported to Italy on Saturday during the fourth annual gala at the Parkersburg Country Club.
McKinley-Carter Wealth Services purchased the office building at 515 Market St. and over the last four months spent more than $1 million in renovations, including the third floor which will house its Parkersburg offices.
The weather did little to keep people away as about 100 people toured the historic Cook House on Saturday during the annual Colonial Christmas Celebration held by the Junior League of Parkersburg.
Few braved the cold and wet conditions to witness Parkersburg's annual Christmas Tree lighting first-hand in Bicentennial Park Friday evening, but the ceremony went forward as planned despite the weather.
People from the Citizen's Action Group and American Federation of Teachers demonstrate outside McDonald's on Washington Street East in favor of raising the minimum wage for fast food workers.
Crews responded around 3 a.m. Thursday to reports of a fire in a building in a wooded area near Market Street.
Wood County commissioners on Thursday tabled a decision on a funding request from the Washington Avenue Historical Community Association Inc. In a letter to county officials, association President John R. Swales III said the nonprofit group's purpose is to preserve the heritage of the historical district, which is listed on the National Register of ... (more)