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Circuit court hears six cases

October 16, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Six cases were heard in Wood County Circuit Court Wednesday. * Tri D. Pham, 23, 900 15th Ave. more »»

Dr. Hogan II pleads to drug-related felonies

October 16, 2014 CHARLESTON — Dr. Robert Timothy Hogan II, 32, of Coolville pleaded guilty Wednesday to two drug-related felonies, said U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin. more »»

Newell defends anti-panhandling approach

October 15, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Mayor Bob Newell on Tuesday defended the signs he recently had placed at frequent panhandling sites, saying the issue is about drug and alcohol abuse. more »»

Richards enters not guilty pleas

October 15, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Five pleas of not guilty were entered by Curtis Dean Richards II Tuesday in Wood County Circuit Court. more »»

New PSHS principal named

October 15, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Tim McCartney was named the full-time principal of Parkersburg South High School during Tuesday evening’s board of education meeting. more »»

Kessler asks for look at gas rate increases

October 15, 2014 CHARLESTON — With several utilities announcing increases in natural gas prices this fall, West Virginia Senate President Jeff Kessler says officials need to make sure residents are being fairly... more »»

Vandalized car becomes anti-bullying crusade

October 15, 2014 PARKERSBURG — There is a saying about what people drive says a lot about them. For Erin Davies of Syracuse, N.Y. more »»

Downtown PKB director resigns

October 15, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Carrie Nesselrode, executive director of Downtown PKB, announced her resignation on Tuesday to become director of sales and marketing at the Blennerhassett Hotel. more »»

Airport approves marketing expansion

October 15, 2014 WILLIAMSTOWN — The Wood County Airport Authority approved funds from fuel sales for marketing to promote the new air service during its monthly meeting Tuesda. more »»

Towns avoid Friday for Trick or Treat

October 15, 2014 MARIETTA — Communities are holding Trick or Treat on Thursday, Oct. 30, instead of Friday Oct. 31, which is Halloween, but when high school football games are played. more »»

Meigs shooting under investigation

October 15, 2014 POMEROY — Authorities in Meigs County are investigating a Sunday night shooting, the Meigs County Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday. more »»

Officials await autopsy results

October 15, 2014 GRANTSVILLE — The death of a Calhoun County woman over the weekend remains under investigation by West Virginia State Police. Spokesman L. more »»

Police seek Glenville man

October 15, 2014 SUTTON, W.Va., — Police are searching for Jeremy A. Wolfe, 29, of Spruce Run Road, Glenville, in connection with the death of a 36-year-old woman in Braxton County on Monday. more »»

Circuit court hears four cases

October 15, 2014 PARKERSBURG — Four hearings took place Tuesday in Wood County Circuit Court. * Zadoc Sabian Ayers, 38, 129 Oak Drive, Little Hocking, appeared for a probation revocation before Judge J.D. Beane. more »»

Castle campers dig into archaeology

October 15, 2014 MARIETTA — When it comes to digging up the local area’s past, The Castle in Marietta has been busy all summer and into the fall — excavating, sifting, cleaning and analyzing a variety of items found... more »»

Free legal clinic today

October 15, 2014 MARIETTA — The Washington County Bar Association, with the assistance of Southeastern Ohio Legal Services, is offering a free legal clinic today. more »»

Panhandling signs spark debate

October 14, 2014 PARKERSBURG — It remains to be seen whether recently placed signs will discourage giving to panhandlers, but one thing the placards have done is get people talking. more »»

Two injured in house fire

October 14, 2014 MARIETTA — Two people were injured after their home caught fire on Mile Run Road in Marietta Township Monday morning. more »»

Belpre Council votes to add police officer

October 14, 2014 BELPRE — The Belpre City Police Department is one step closer to hiring a new officer after city council passed the first of three readings of an ordinance to amend the city’s manpower for the... more »»

Senate candidates enter campaign home stretch

October 14, 2014 PARKERSBURG — With three weeks until Election Day, Senate hopefuls Shelley Moore Capito and Natalie Tennant are working to mobilize supporters and spread their messages across the state. more »»

 
 
 

 

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