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DEP awards grants to Wood, Pleasants waste programs

October 8, 2015 CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection has approved more than $177,000 in grant funding to 23 applicants for the Covered Electronic Device (CED) Recycling Program,... more »»

Leaf watchers prep for fall foliage

October 8, 2015 MARIETTA — The far-reaching foothills of the Wayne National Forest are alive with tawny oak and hickory trees this month, demanding to be admired by both native and visiting autumn enthusiasts. more »»

Workshop to highlight vegetable production

October 8, 2015 WAVERLY — The West Virginia University Extension Service will hold a high tunnel workshop from 10 a.m. to noon Friday at the Larry and Becky Gardner Farm in Waverly. more »»

Deer, bear and boar archery and crossbow seasons underway

October 8, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Archery and crossbow seasons for white-tailed deer, black bear and wild boar are underway in West Virginia. The season began Sep. more »»

State cuts to cost Wood Schools $739,000

October 7, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Wood County Schools officials say a mid-year cut in state funding will cost the school system more than $700,000. more »»

Boil water advisory in Belpre until 7 a.m. Thursday

October 7, 2015 BELPRE — A boil water advisory in Belpre will continue until 7 a.m. Thursday. more »»

Jury verdict in first DuPont C8 cancer case

October 7, 2015 Columbus – A federal court jury in Columbus, Ohio, today returned a verdict against DuPont in the first of 3500 cases charging that DuPont knowingly contaminated drinking water near its facility... more »»

AG talks drug abuse, EPA

October 7, 2015 PARKERSBURG — As his office continues its fight against the U.S. more »»

Airport may lose subsidy

October 7, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport could lose the federal funding that supports its commercial air service when the U.S. more »»

Severance revenue losses felt locally

October 7, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Anticipated severance revenue losses prompting the governor to impose a 4 percent budget cut to state agencies have the attention of Wood County officials too. more »»

Comic book artist working with Boys and Girls Club

October 7, 2015 PARKERSBURG — The kids at the Parkersburg Boys and Girls Club will spring into action as they create their own comic books as part of a new program being offered through Artsbridge. more »»

Police seek suspect in scam

October 7, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williamstown Police Department on Tuesday warned residents of a scam involving a woman and fake $100 bills. A black female around 6 p.m. more »»

Williamstown sidewalks stalled

October 7, 2015 WILLIAMSTOWN — For the past five years the city of Williamstown has been trying to get work done to replace some sidewalks after the city was awarded a grant for the work. more »»

Belleville native to join heritage program

October 7, 2015 SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Randi Ward of Belleville is one of 10 writers selected to participate in a Master Class session with world-renowned poet, educator and activist Nikki Giovanni. more »»

Vienna man sentenced on drug charges

October 7, 2015 MARIETTA — A Vienna man found in Belpre with marijuana and prescription pills during a traffic stop was sentenced to 31 days in the Washington County Jail on Tuesday morning. Zachary B. more »»

Circuit court hears cases

October 7, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Three hearings took place Tuesday in Wood County Circuit Court. more »»

WVDOH plans input workshops

October 7, 2015 PARKERSBURG — A workshop is being planned for Parkersburg, one of a number across the state, for residents to offer input into a number of proposed road projects. more »»

9-11 exhibit coming to festival

October 7, 2015 SPENCER — A mobile exhibit commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks will be on display at the West Virginia Black Walnut Festival in Spencer. more »»

Merchants and Artist Walk set for Friday

October 7, 2015 MARIETTA – Local artists, entertainers and shoppers will gather downtown Friday for this year’s sixth Merchants and Artist Walk, marking the first time the event will be held in October. more »»

Lubeck School holds annual anti-bullying program

October 6, 2015 LUBECK — Lubeck Elementary School students received a lesson in standing up for themselves and others Monday as part of a school-wide anti-bullying initiative. more »»



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