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Herald Star Online
Many helped with walk
On behalf of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, thank you to the generous people of the Ohio Valley for helping make the 13th-annual Ohio Valley Light the Night Walk a success.
Sat May 18, 2013
Herald Star Online
Wheeling Jesuit University graduates 385
Businessman Mike Ferns Sr. believes the future is bright for new college graduates willing to invest the necessary time in their careers.
He was born May 3, 1925, in Wheeling, a son of the late John W. and Ruth E. Fawcett Sargent.
Couple Building Fairy Tale Home Out of Straw
Everyone knows what happened to the little pig who built his house out of straw, but Jack and Nancie Hines aren't afraid of the Big Bad Wolf - and they can't wait to move into their real-life fairy tale home.
Thu May 16, 2013
Lowe's Lauded for Support Of Black Heritage Festival
The Ohio Valley Black Heritage Festival Committee is recognizing Lowe's for annually holding workshops for children during the festival's Family Fun Day.
City: Sale of Playground to Mozart VFD Is Unlikely
The Mozart Volunteer Fire Department wants to buy a portion of the Ark Avenue playground from the city of Wheeling for use as a training facility, but City Manager Robert Herron said a restriction attached to the property would make it very difficult to sell.
Locally Grown Food on Menu
A group of local gardeners wants to show Wheeling that even those who see more concrete than grass when they look out the window can still prepare tasty, nourishing meals straight from their backyards.
Wed May 15, 2013
Williamson Daily News Online
Goins brothers, others in - 13 music HOF class
Bluegrass musicians Melvin and the late Ray Goins are among seven unique state artists that will be inducted into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame.
Recycling Protesters Seek Help
Members of the Wheeling Water Warriors asked the Wheeling-Ohio County Board of Health on Tuesday to take a stand against GreenHunter Water's plans to open a natural gas frack water recycling plant in Warwood.
Officer In Crash Is Identified
Cpl. Michael Makris, a 25-year member of the Wheeling Police Department, was driving a cruiser involved in a traffic accident Monday while en route to a report of shots fired.
Williams Donates $10,000 To Italian Heritage Festival
The $10,000 Williams Partners donated to the Upper Ohio Valley Italian Heritage Festival on Tuesday would buy a lot of meatballs, but instead officials said the money will bolster the organization's scholarship program.
Is retaining Wheeling's city manager worth another $15,000 per year?
Fiscal year 2009 Herron was scheduled to make $80,515 after a 2.5 % pay raise he made $82,903 an increase of $2415. Fiscal year 2010 Herron was scheduled to make $82,930. After an 8.3% pay raise he made $89,812. An increase of $6,882. This comming fiscal year 2014 beginning July 1 he had been set to earn $95,370 The raise to $110,000 represents a ... (more)
Tue May 14, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
Judge resets hearing for missing W.Va. girls mom
WHEELING, W.Va. - A federal judge has rescheduled arguments over a plan to move the mother of a missing child from Wheeling to the Clarksburg area.
New Inductees Announced For WV Music Hall Of Fame
Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia The West Virginia Music Hall of Fame has announced its inductees for 2013.
Dinner Tickets Still Available
Tickets are still available for the Wheeling Area Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner set for 6 p.m. Monday at the White Palace in Wheeling Park.
ROBINSON, Ethel Grace, 92, of Wheeling, WV, passed away on Sunday, May 12, 2013, in Liza's Place, Wheeling, WV.
Mon May 13, 2013
Wheeling Police Cruiser Demolished in Wreck
A police officer speeding through North Wheeling in response to a report of gunshots Monday collided with another vehicle, sending the cruiser smashing into a utility pole and landing both drivers in a local hospital.
Growth Coming To Elm Grove
Amid numerous complaints from nearby residents concerning loud noises and bright lights, the Wheeling Planning Commission will allow Sledd Co.
Shepherdstown man gets probation for gun sales to felon
A longtime educator from West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle will spend three years on probation and pay a $6,000 fine for illegally selling weapons to a convicted felon from the back of his vehicle.
Pet Peeve Monday
OK, I'll just get it out there from the beginning so all you naysayers, doom and gloomers and chronically critical can take your best shots.