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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 […]
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Wheeling Fire Department resuscitates dog in residential fire

WHEELING, W.Va. (WTRF) — The Wheeling Fire Department responded to a residential fire in North Wheeling on 442 Main Street around 2 p.m. on Friday, July 1. According to Wheeling Fire Chief Jim Blazier, the residents of the home made it out safely. Three dogs were also in the home when the fire started. Two were […]
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No injuries in Wheeling blaze

WHEELING, W.Va. — No one was injured Friday when a home at 422 S. Main St. in Wheeling sustained significant fire damage. Wheeling Fire Chief Jim Blazier said the fire began in the home’s kitchen. “There was heavy smoke,” Blazier said. “We knocked it down pretty quick.”...
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Wheeling Chef Shares Her Tips For The Perfect Grilled Pizza

Do you love thin crust artisan pizza? I’m talking about the kind of pizza usually seen coming out of a wood fired oven with the crust slightly charred and the toppings bubbling away. Whether you have a gas or charcoal grill, you have an excellent chance of reproducing the pizza you love in your own backyard. In a wood fired or deck oven in a pizzeria the temperature is usually around 700-800 degrees. You won’t get anywhere close to this temperature in your home oven, however, your grilcan likely pull off 550-650 degree temperatures, which will get you a lot closer to the restaurant pizza you love.
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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,...
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Recipes sought for Barnesville mansion fundraiser cookbook

BARNESVILLE Ohio — Do you have a famous recipe you would like to share?. As part of a fundraiser, the Belmont County Victorian Mansion Museum in Barnesville plans to release a custom cookbook. They would love it if you could share a handful of your favorite recipes with them to include in it.
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Pet of the Week: Jeffery

Meet this week’s cuddley and cute Pet of the Week, Jeffery. You can adopt this 10-week-old black kitten at the Belmont County Animal shelter. If you’re interested in Jeffrey, call Belmont County Animal Shelter at (740) 695-4708. The animal shelter also has the Belmont County Cat Stray Shun Fund Raiser, catered by Woodfired Pizza Co. on Wednesday, […]
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The Foundry welcomes you with open arms and full glasses

WHEELING W.Va. (WTRF) — “Where originality is cast, forged, made into real.”. That’s what The Foundry has become for its brand-new owners, and anyone looking for a good cocktail in Wheeling. The original bar on Jacob Street in South Wheeling has been long-standing, and owner Rebecca Stone’s...
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Eat Locally and Seasonally All Summer Long With Grow OV

Last summer, as a relative newcomer to the area, I was thrilled to learn that we have a great Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) option right here in Downtown Wheeling: Grow Ohio Valley. For a reasonable upfront rate, my husband and I dined on an abundance of fresh produce well into the month of October: zucchini, corn, tomatoes, strawberries, okra, sweet potatoes, garlic, herbs, and even the occasional pound or two of locally-raised, free-range beef. Our weekly trek to Public Market to pick up our box became the highlight of our summer, sustaining us through the lingering doldrums of the pandemic.
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