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Mr. James William Richard Hines

Mr. James William Richard Hines, 21 of Pleasant City. He was born August 9, 2000 in Cambridge, son of Dylan Hines and Debbie (Huffman) Valentine. A 2019 graduate of Meadowbrook High School, James was currently working at Wal-Mart of Cambridge. He was an avid gamer and enjoyed hanging out with...
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Woman in Wheeling robbed at gunpoint

OHIO COUNTY, W.Va. (WTRF) — Wheeling Police say they are investigating an armed robbery that took place Wednesday evening on River Road. Police say they were informed that a woman was robbed at gunpoint at Gumby’s by several people around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. The victim allegedly told police she was struck in the head with […]
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Glessner Family Makes Major Gift to the HPU Fund for Extraordinary Education

Friends of High Point University, Gary and Melissa Glessner, of Wheeling, West Virginia, recently gave a major gift to the HPU Fund for Extraordinary Education. HIGH POINT, N.C., May 26, 2022 – Friends of High Point University, Gary and Melissa Glessner, of Wheeling, West Virginia, recently gave a major gift to the HPU Fund for Extraordinary Education.

Improvements made at Barnesville-Bradfield Airport

BELMONT COUNTY, Ohio — To continue to make their presence known in the area, those with the Barnesville-Bradfield Airport went before the Belmont County Commission to discuss some upgrades to the facility and what’s to come in the future. “The airport is a ground for economic growth,” said...
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Updates at Barnesville Bradford Airport discussed

BARNESVILLE — Organizers at the Barnesville-Bradford Airport discussed the improvements with Belmont County Commissioners recently. Improvements were made to the airport’s runway, facility, as well as purchasing 50 additional acres around the airport to add an additional access road. The improvements total more than $3 million. Next, organizers...

Bear seen ambling through St. Clairsville

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio (WTRF) A black bear was seen walking past the St. Clairsville Police Department and the Belmont County Heritage Museum at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. Someone took pictures and posted them on social media. You can see the photos of the reported black bear here. Black Bear reportedly spotted in Belmont County city It was […]

What's the Buzz: Saturday brings food truck rally and an enchanting day

Pick any one of the events happening in and around the area to keep your week busy. Whatever you choose to do, I’ll be highlighting attractions, activities, and festivals right here, every week. From local music and shows to options for those of you who don’t mind traveling a bit, there’s something for everyone. Be sure to check all activities, as cancellations can occur. The events listed are for May 19 to 28.

Local Runner’s Tips For Hitting the Road This Summer

With the weather warming up and the days getting longer, I’m sure you’re all as eager as I am to spend as much time outdoors as possible. Take a step outside and you’re sure to find someone already enjoying one of their favorite hobbies like gardening, fishing, biking, photography and so on. Now, if you find me outside, you’ll probably find me on a run somewhere around the Wheeling area, either training for my next race or just to maintain physical fitness. Running hasn’t always been one of my favorite hobbies, though. There was a time in my life when the mere thought of exercising made me feel exhausted, but after making some lifestyle changes in college and reading up on the benefits of running, I started incorporating jogging a mile or so, as dull as it seemed back then, whenever I could fit it into my schedule.
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Tractors, tools, furniture, and misc.

TRACTORS – TOOLS – FURNITURE – ANTIQUES. John Deere model 60 (restored), John Deere model 650 4 x 4 diesel, Allis Chalmers model 6, plow, mower, cultivator, 6’ 3 pt. box blade, 4’ house bush hog, 2 wheel 4’ x 8’ trailer, Honda mower, oak 4 piece bedroom suite (queen size, new), 2 large glass door & glass shelf cabinets, pedestal oak table & 6 chairs, 2 piece China hutch, buffet, dressers, 2 wardrobes, stands, maple bunk beds, oak grandfather clock, gun cabinet, sofa & love seat (Like new), pine work bench, cabinet radio, Craftsman table saw, drill press & band saw, vanity, early barber chair, barber tools & razors, twin bed, Stihl chain saw, lawn roller, deep freezer, space heater, power washer, 2 garden plows, Chicago miter saw, air tools, fence & garden tools, mechanics tools, wood tool chest, Porter cable power tools, 25 pen knives, hunting knives, router & table, crocks, iron mail box, iron frog, kerosene can, lard press, erector set, Magnum air compressor, 25 toy trucks, plumbers torches, lard press, apple peeler, cross cut saw, air hose, bench grinder, 4 gal. milk crate, fans, mirrors, wicker chairs, Workmate, tiller, weed eater, electric saw, Champion 3500 watt generator, mower, jack, sand stone wheel, glider rocker, golf clubs, wood shelving, Boyd’s bears, computer desk, book shelves & more.

Celebrate Preservation Month With These Five Franzheim Buildings

You don’t have to be a student of architecture to appreciate the wealth of historic buildings in Wheeling. While the skyline has changed a bit over the years, many of these gems remain intact and are home to businesses, civic organizations, or private residences. Many architects have left their mark on Wheeling, but few have become household names. By designing awe-inspiring buildings that have stood the test of time, Edward Bates Franzheim has done just that. Let’s take a look at five buildings that are emblematic of this ‘bon vivant’ 1 of Wheeling.

With Tops supermarket closed, Black Buffalo residents scramble to find food

The Tops supermarket where Saturday’s fatal shootings took place is a store that Black Buffalo residents fought for years to get. Its temporary closure has left neighbors scrambling to find food. NPR’s Adrian Florido reports. This article was originally published on Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more,...