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Newspaper, local businesses offer ‘I Shop Locally’ program

July 12, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Seeking to further stimulate the local economy, The Parkersburg News and Sentinel has joined forces with more than 20 local businesses to once again offer the “I Shop Locally” program. more »»

Bosley Rental marks its 30th anniversary

July 12, 2015 PARKERSBURG — A local company Wednesday commemorated three decades in business. Bosley Rental and Supply Inc. more »»

Local businesses look for wedding expansion

July 12, 2015 MARIETTA — The U.S. wedding industry was valued at more than $54 billion in the U.S. in 2013, just two years before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across all 50 states. more »»

Dowler’s relocates in Parkersburg

July 12, 2015 PARKERSBURG — For several years, the employees of Dowler’s Tractor Sales and Service, a Parkersburg lawn and garden equipment dealership, directed consumers to their location with one question: “Do... more »»

Marketplace returns to Marietta

July 12, 2015 MARIETTA — The Marietta Marketplace returns 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the armory on Front Street. The curated pop-up market features vendors from the Mid-Ohio Valley and beyond. more »»

McKinley Carter makes CNBC list

July 12, 2015 PARKERSBURG — McKinley Carter Wealth Services, which has a regional office in Parkersburg, was named to the Top 100 List of Fee-Only Wealth Management Advisers for 2015 by CNBC. more »»

Controlled deer harvests slated at resorts

July 12, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Applications are being accepted for controlled white-tailed deer harvests Nov. 16-18 at Pipestem Resort State Park in Summers County and Dec. more »»

Bird finds success with Jamberry

July 5, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — It was so simple. Debbie Bird walked up to the counter at the Third Street Deli in Parkersburg to pay for lunch. “Oh, I just love your nails. more »»

Johnson feels better, finds income with organic product

July 5, 2015 VIENNA — Suzanne Johnson spends many Tuesday evenings at Colombo’s Restaurant in Parkersburg. But she’s not there for dinner. more »»

Farley brings beauty to homes

July 5, 2015 MARIETTA — Three children first grade and under roam around the home of Joy Farley. She has a home-based business, as does husband Shane, a video producer. more »»

Poultry deaths to avian flu send egg prices soaring

July 5, 2015 MARIETTA — A trip to the supermarket to purchase a carton of eggs has been more expensive over the last few weeks and that trend is likely to continue for a few months to come. more »»

GoBus expanding routes

July 5, 2015 PARKERSBURG — GoBus has added routes including Parkersburg due to an increase in demand, the Ohio Department of Transportation has announced. more »»

FSA nominations accepted in Wood

July 5, 2015 PARKERSBURG —Nominations for local Farm Service Agency county committees are being accepted through Aug. 3. more »»

W.Va. pushes local eateries

July 5, 2015 PARKERSBURG —July 13-19 has been proclaimed West Virginia Restaurant Week, a proclamation from the governor to coincide with the launch of the “101 Places to Dine” guide. more »»

Harmar Place, Glenwood acquired

July 5, 2015 MARIETTA — United Church Homes, a faith-based nonprofit senior living services provider from Marion, Ohio, has acquired two senior communities in Marietta from the Memorial Health System. more »»

Chemours stands alone, DuPont committed to site

July 2, 2015 WASHINGTON, W.Va. — DuPont’s spin-off of its Performance Chemicals division was completed Wednesday as the new entity, Chemours, became a separate, publicly traded company. more »»

Wood Schools: Minimal effect on prevailing wage

July 2, 2015 PARKERSBURG — A Wood County Schools official says a state fight over prevailing wage shouldn’t affect local school projects, but may impact larger plans down the road. more »»

Farm Bureau backs AG's EPA challenge

July 2, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The West Virginia Farm Bureau has signed off on the challenge to new anti-pollution rules from the Environmental Protection Agency. more »»

Daily grind a fun affair for sisters at Jeremiah's Coffee House

June 29, 2015 MARIETTA — Right next door to Cat Bigley’s clothing and eclectics store, S.W.A.G.G., on Front Street lies a new coffee house owned by Bigley’s sisters Karen Henthorn and Liz Johnson. more »»

City sales taxes to start in Parkersburg, Vienna

June 28, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Customers will be paying 7 cents on the dollar instead of 6 for taxable items purchased and services rendered in Parkersburg and Vienna starting Wednesday as 1 percent municipal sales... more »»

 
 
 

 

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