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Belpre Landing holds open house

June 17, 2016 BELPRE — After three years of work, the new Belpre Landing Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Assisted Living at 1915 Hill St. in Belpre had its grand opening with an open house Thursday. more »»

Bicycle sojourn coming to Parkersburg

June 17, 2016 PARKERSBURG — More than 100 bicyclists are traveling to the area this weekend for a four-day ride aimed at highlighting the North Bend Rail Trail and the incomplete segments needed to link it to a... more »»

Parkersburg man turns 100 today

June 17, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Today, Charles Mitchell, of Parkersburg, will be celebrating his 100th birthday with friends and family at the West Virginia Masonic Home, at 3826 Murdoch Ave. more »»

Local agencies, officials hold drug addiction seminar in Vienna

June 17, 2016 VIENNA — The Parkersburg area has services available for treating people who have drug and alcohol addictions, an organizer of Thursday’s town hall meeting sai. more »»

Church to host cookouts in Parkersburg

June 17, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Summer, as far as the schools are concerned, is here. It is cookout season and the Liberty Street Church of God is into community picnics with a grillin’ and fillin’ outlook. more »»

Mid-Ohio Valley residents interviewed for long-running TV show

June 17, 2016 BELPRE — In early July, the “U.S. Farm Report” will start televising eight interviews it filmed of two local organizations on Monday at Howes Grove Park in Belpre. more »»

Ohio doctor to cycle across U.S. for Operation Walk

June 17, 2016 ATHENS, Ohio — On Saturday, Dr. Keith Berend, of Joint Implant Surgeons, and seven other cyclists will compete in Race Across America (raceacrossamerica. more »»

Bobcats taking flight over Wood County

June 17, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Wednesday afternoon seemed perfect for flying, with few clouds marring the blue skies above the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport. more »»

Wood County Schools' science curriculum changes

June 17, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Wood County high school students are now required to take earth space science instead of physical science during their freshman yea. more »»

Parkersburg board gives Castle variance for weddings, events

June 16, 2016 PARKERSBURG — A contested proposal to use the historic Van Winkle house, often called the Castle, for weddings and family reunions narrowly won approval from the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals... more »»

Wood County BOE expects Fenton site results

June 16, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — Wood County Schools officials expect environmental study results from the Fenton Art Glass site in Williamstown will be available by the end of the mont. more »»

Frances: Humor relieves stress

June 16, 2016 VIENNA — Because life is always so serious, one has to be able to find the humor in it everyday, the keynote speaker at the Women in Leadership Conference told over 100 participants Wednesday. more »»

West Virginia's Liberty Caucus fights tax increases

June 16, 2016 CHARLESTON — As a state budget bill heads to the governor for approval, including a raise in tobacco taxes, a segment of the Legislature’s Republican majority was working to defeat any kind of tax... more »»

Area Roundtable unveils website

June 16, 2016 PARKERSBURG — New websites will provide a variety of information for people and organizations looking to develop businesses in the area. more »»

Hopkins named Grand Central Mall's new GM

June 16, 2016 VIENNA — A Spencer native has been named the new general manager of Grand Central Mall. more »»

Mortons leaving Parkersburg Salvation Army

June 16, 2016 PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Salvation Army headquarters will receive new leadership in July, according to Charles Nutt, the Maryland and West Virginia divisional development director. more »»

Frontier students help build homes in Honduras

June 16, 2016 MARIETTA — As Zach Cunningham, 17, of Newport entered his home early Saturday morning, fatigued from jet lag and building houses in the summer heat of Honduras, he felt the cool breeze of... more »»

West Virginia Capitol has history, culture

June 16, 2016 CHARLESTON — Visitors to West Virginia’s state Capitol have a variety of activities and areas to explore. In 1877 the Legislature let the people vote on the city to be West Virginia’s state capital. more »»

Williamstown's Celebration in the Park is nearing

June 16, 2016 WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williamstown Celebration in the Park will be held Saturday. The Burnt Hill United Methodist Church pancake breakfast will be 7 a.m.-10 a.m. Cost is $. more »»

Parkersburg residents asks about needle protocol

June 15, 2016 PARKERSBURG — A constituent raised concerns about discarded needles and council members clashed over an informal comment period during Tuesday’s Parkersburg City Council meetin. more »»

 
 
 

 

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