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Moundsville Council Votes Against Putting Bus Levy on November Ballot

MOUNDSVILLE — In a 4-3 decision, Moundsville City Council shot down a proposed ordinance that called for placing a bus tax levy on the Nov. 5 general election ballot for residents to consider. Voting against the proposed ordinance were Councilmen David Wood, Randy Chamberlain and Eugene ...

Wheeling Juneteenth Celebrations To Wrap Up Tonight

WHEELING – As community members brought depictions of four black community leaders to life by adding color to the designs on Tuesday, Wheeling Juneteenth Committee Chairman Ron Scott Jr. could feel the excitement build for today’s Juneteenth Celebration. "This has been one of the best ...

Oglebay Independence Day Celebration To Expand With Help From Ƶ Bank

WHEELING — Oglebay Park’s Salute to Patriotism, sponsored by Ƶ Bank, will feature two fireworks displays and much more during an expanded celebration of the Independence Day holiday on July 3-6. Fireworks shows are planned for dusk July 3 and July 6 over Schenk Lake. Between the ...

Justice Fields Questions on Possible Tax Cut, Child Care Funding Solutions

CHARLESTON — With the end of the current fiscal year approaching at the end of June, Gov. Jim Justice addressed questions about a possible cut in personal income tax rates for the next calendar year, and the need to address critical childcare funding by a September deadline. Speaking during ...

Pizza Is Just One Slice of Future Downtown Wheeling DiCarlo’s Building

WHEELING — A new building to house DiCarlo’s Pizza and condominiums in downtown Wheeling had its official groundbreaking Monday — and many members of the public came out for a slice of the action. Construction has already started on the structure, located at 1115 Main St. on the former ...