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Wheeling business owner inquires about Bellaire property

BELLAIRE — Two Bellaire Village Council members were appointed Thursday with Mike Doyle filling one vacant seat and Janet Richardson the other. Council also heard from a local man who is interested in opening a business in the village. Doyle, who previously served on council, was appointed to the...
BELLAIRE, OH

West Virginia School Choice Fair showcases the state’s variety of educational resources

WHEELING W.Va. – (WTRF) The education opportunities in West Virginia are endless. As a part of National School Choice Week, families gathered for an education fair to connect with different schools. West Virginia Voices for Education Choices and the Cardinal Institute hosted the West Virginia School Choice Fair, families were able to speak with a variety of local schools and institutions to find the perfect fit for […]
WHEELING, WV
Metro News

Ihlenfeld leads formation of unit to combat healthcare fraud

WHEELING, W.Va. — United States Attorney William Ihlenfeld said when he previously served in his current role from 2010-2016 he knew healthcare fraud was an issue, but after his time in the private sector the last couple of years, the time has really shed light on what was happening.
WHEELING, WV
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School choice fair provides options for West Virginia families

WHEELING, W.Va. (WTOV) — Where a child can start school can be a big decision for families, but one group is working to make that choice a little easier. Several West Virginia schools gathered at the Oglebay Resort in Wheeling to meet the students of tomorrow. It is National...
WHEELING, WV
Intelligencer

School Fair at Oglebay Promotes “Hope” For Choice in West Virginia

WHEELING — Those seeking more knowledge and “hope” for school choice in West Virginia got the opportunity Saturday in Wheeling. The first ever West Virginia School Choice Fair — sponsored by the Cardinal Institute and West Virginia Voice for Education Choice — took place in the Pine Room at Oglebay Park.
WHEELING, WV

Do you know how to use an at-home COVID test?

WHEELING W.Va. (WTRF) With the news of at home COVID-19 test being shipped to many people across the county, it is vital that we understand how to use them.   Howard Gamble, the Administrator at the Wheeling-Ohio County Health Department said the purpose of these at home tests is to detect if you have COVID-19 early and to prevent additional exposure.  Understanding which test you are taking and how to do it is extremely important.   This is […]
WHEELING, WV
Times-Leader

Bridgeport council is short two members, looking to fill positions

BRIDGEPORT — Although Tuesday’s meeting was canceled, the mayor said Bridgeport Village Council remains short two members and is looking to the community to fill the positions. Mayor Norma Teasdale said Tuesday’s meeting was canceled due to inclement weather and the illness of a couple members of the...
BRIDGEPORT, OH
Intelligencer

Ohio County Schools Preps for Pre-K Registration

WHEELING — Ohio County Schools is getting ready to register its next class of pre-kindergarten students, and there is an advantage to being first in class. Registration for the school system’s Universal Pre-K program begins at 8 a.m. Feb. 7, and those eligible must be 4 years old on or before June 30, 2022. Parents or guardians can register children by calling 304-243-0333 or online at http://boe.ohio.k12.wv.us.
WHEELING, WV

Where to go in Wheeling if you’re without shelter this winter

Wheeling, W.Va. (WTRF) – Think about just how cold you were shoveling your driveway this week. Now imagine if instead of heading inside and grabbing a blanket afterwards—you felt that way for your entire day. More Wheeling residents than you might think are about to face that every day and night—a struggle to even get […]
WHEELING, WV
Intelligencer

ODNR’s Handling of Austin Master Plant in Martins Ferry Criticized

The Austin Master Services frack waste processing plant in Martins Ferry continues to face criticism from some area residents for its handling of waste products. On Wednesday, an online meeting hosted by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources attracted nearly two dozen residents and members of Concerned Ohio River Residents advocacy group. ODNR representatives Adam Schroader and Tara Kinsey-Lee were pelted with questions and criticism, with participants saying ODNR was not acting quickly enough to regulate the waste product industry, among other concerns.
MARTINS FERRY, OH
Times-Leader

Cadiz offices to operate by appointment only

CADIZ — Village offices are closed to the public and will operate by appointment only this month due to a “surge” in COVID-19 cases in the region. There has been a rise in cases across the state. In Harrison County, more than 2 percent of residents are...
CADIZ, OH