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Police: Motorcyclist dead after crash in Colerain

CINCINNATI — A motorcyclist is dead after a crash in Colerain late Thursday night. Police say it happened on Blue Rock Road around 10:40 p.m. when the motorcyclist went left of center hitting a guard rail. So far, no other information has been released. This is a developing story,...
COLERAIN, OH
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Part Two: Humane Treatment Major Question For Greyhound Racing Industry

Just off the first turn of the dog track at the Wheeling Island Casino stands a concrete-block building, the racetrack’s paddock. Inside, greyhounds are prepared for the day’s races. Dogs are weighed, fitted with racing bibs and checked by the state veterinarian on-site. Before and after their race,...
WHEELING, WV

Steubenville Art Association Exhibit to open at Summit Art Gallery

WEIRTON, W.Va. (WTRF) — The Top of West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce that a new art exhibition will be shown in the Summit Art Gallery presented by the Top of West Virginia Arts Council (TWVAC). The show will feature the Steubenville Art Association (SAA) located in Steubenville, Ohio, and will […]
WEIRTON, WV
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West Liberty University 2022 retirees say bittersweet goodbye

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. (WVDN) — West Liberty University bids farewell to 11 employees as they retire from university employment this summer. The longest serving employee retiring in 2022 is Executive Director of Admissions Brenda King with 41 years of service to her credit. “As the end of our fiscal year approaches, it is always bittersweet […] The post West Liberty University 2022 retirees say bittersweet goodbye appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
WEST LIBERTY, WV
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Whiskey and Spirit Walk to be featured with annual Whiskey Rebellion Festival

The annual Whiskey Rebellion Festival is returning this year, and reintroducing the popular Whiskey and Spirits Walk. The festival, Friday and Saturday, July 8 and 9, is considered the largest in Washington County, said Tracie Liberatore, executive director of the Bradford House Historical Association. The association organizes the event in downtown Washington.
WASHINGTON, PA
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WLU Business Students excel in Peregrine Outbound Assessment

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. (Hinton News) — Seniors in the Gary E. West College of Business at West Liberty University scored an average of 19 points higher than other business schools on the Peregrine Outbound Exam taken last fall, and even better at the end of the spring term. At the end of their senior year, West College of Business students take this national exam evaluating their knowledge on 13 core business administration topics, including accounting, finance, management and marketing. This examination is used to assess the proficiency of business school graduates across the country and provides ranking data on participating...
HINTON, WV
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Authorities identify body found in Jefferson County

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ohio — Authorities on Friday identified a body found in the area of Fernwood State Forest in Jefferson County. The Ohio State Highway Patrol said the body of Robert Barnes, 48, of Wintersville, was found late Thursday on County Road 46. No cause of death has been...
JEFFERSON COUNTY, OH

A locally-made movie wins big in film festivals

WHEELING, W. Va. (WTRF)-A locally-made movie has won big in three different film festivals. “How to Tie a Tie” was recognized in the Silicon Valley Queer Film Festival, Athvikvaruni India International Film Festival, and Midwest Slam Fest. Film Maker Shawn Holmes created the coming of age storyline. The teen in the movie was abandoned by […]
WHEELING, WV
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Drugs seized, arrests made in two Jefferson County busts

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ohio — Officers from the Jefferson County Drug Task Force served two narcotics-related search warrants Thursday night. A search warrant was served at 569 S. Fourth Street. According to the drug task force, approximately 20 grams of suspected fentanyl, 8 grams of crack cocaine and two firearms were seized, along with us currency.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, OH
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Latrobe's Bryce Butler tabbed MEC's top athlete

Whether he was finishing a fast break with a thunderous slam dunk, putting back a missed shot or moving the ball with precision in the halfcourt for high-scoring West Liberty, Bryce Butler stood out on the hardwood. Opposing teams were watching the sophomore put in work.They saw his end-to-end talent,...
LATROBE, PA

Pennsylvania court rules against PennDOT bridge tolling plan

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has no authority to implement a toll plan on nine bridges across the state, including Interstate 79, according to a ruling by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court on June 30. According to the court, the Public-Private Transportation Partnership Board, “essentially approved a multibillion-dollar transportation project based...
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Wheeling lawyer on the future of sports following pro soccer CTE diagnosis

WHEELING, W.Va. (WTRF) – A brain disease that’s rocked the football world for years has just been discovered in another pro sport. Former Major League Soccer player Scott Vermillion has been confirmed to have had CTE prior to his death in 2020. The degenerative condition is linked to repeated blows to the head, and has […]
WHEELING, WV
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Crew tactical review: Youth spurs Black & Gold to victory vs. Toronto FC

The Columbus Crew got back to winning ways on Wednesday night with a 2-1 victory on the road against Toronto FC. While the return of Lucas Zelarayan from injury was exciting for all Crew fans, the game was controlled by the young players in midfielder Sean Zawadzki and forward Jacen Russel Rowe.
COLUMBUS, OH
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St. Clairsville gets early start on holiday festivities with parade

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio — St. Clairsville began the Fourth of July weekend with a costume parade Thursday night. The event included elected officials, local volunteers, and just regular residents dressed as different characters. Along with taking over Main Street, the line of cars stopped at different senior centers to...
SAINT CLAIRSVILLE, OH
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