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Wheeling Market Plans Kids' Day Activities

July 19, 2013 Kids’ day at the Wheeling Farmers’ Market will take place Saturday and will include children’s activities, a book signing and mor. more »»

Food Allergy Training Kits Purchased for Ohio, Marshall County Schools

July 17, 2013 A desire to educate local educators about food allergies has led to the purchase of 27 formal training kits by the local nonprofit support group Ohio Valley Kids With Food Allergies. more »»

Weirton businesses support anti-drug message

July 17, 2013 WEIRTON — Area fifth graders will be packing an anti-drug message when they head back to school this fall, courtesy of Never Alone WV and its community partners. more »»

‘Where Math Is Like Dessert’

July 5, 2013 EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was published in the Friday, July 5, editions of The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register. more »»

Circle of Parents Group Forms in Wheeling

July 1, 2013 The Ohio County Family Resource Network and the Marshall County Family Resource Center are sponsoring a new group of Circle of Parents beginning on July 3 at 11 a.m. more »»

Wheeling Police Offer Security Class at Daycare Center

June 28, 2013 The Wheeling Police Department will present a free critical incident training session at The King’s Daughters Child Care Center in Wheeling on July 10. more »»

Family fun day set at Marland Heights Park

June 14, 2013 WEIRTON - Saturday is family fun day at Marland Heights Park, with food and games, a tennis clinic and adoptable pets capping a day that will begin with a 5K road race and kid fun run. more »»

Ohio Valley Market Welcomes 'Lil Farmers'

June 14, 2013 The Ohio Valley Farmers’ Market will return to its usual location at the 32nd Street parking lot in Bellaire this Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. more »»

Schoenbrunn Village hosts Children's Day June 15

June 11, 2013 Known for hosting late-night lantern tours and costumed interpreters demonstrating different 18th-century trades and tasks, Schoenbrunn Children’s Day is a hands-on experience just for kids from 11 a. more »»

Grand Vue Park ready for summer fun

June 3, 2013 Time for Summer Fun Grand Vue Park ready to welcome visitors of all ages June 1, 2013 By SARAH HARMON Staff Writer , The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register Save | Post a comment | A... more »»

Digging Into Reading

May 28, 2013 The Ohio County Public Library children’s department is one of many local libraries that will launch its 2013 Summer Reading Program in June. more »»

Cameron's historic semicircular pool reopens

May 28, 2013 CAMERON, W.Va. (AP) — A historic pool with an unusual design in West Virginia's Northern Panhandle has reopened following a restoration project. more »»

Tiny Tot Trot gearing up

May 21, 2013 On your mark, get set, go! OV Parent Magazine again will sponsor the Ogden Tiny Tot Trot on Friday, May 24, in downtown Wheeling. more »»

Fire officials offer tips to avoid summer injuries

May 13, 2013 Wheeling Fire Department officials would like to offer fire safety tips for area residents for the summer season, due to a potential increase in fires and injuries caused by outdoor cooking grills,... more »»

Mother-Son Dance Set in Wheeling

May 6, 2013 Many moms work tirelessly every year to get their daughters and husbands ready for the annual father-daughter dance. Now it’s time for the mothers and sons to enjoy an evening out. more »»

Children's Home Society Marks First Year in Northern Panhandle

April 30, 2013 Families interested in fostering or adopting children in the Northern Panhandle have a new resource in a very old state organization: the Children's Home Society of West Virginia, which will... more »»

Women Helping Women: Paper Bead Jewelry Sale Benefits Northern Uganda War Victims

April 24, 2013 It has been almost a year since Wheeling native Natalie Committee received an overwhelming response at a hometown event at which she sold jewelry made by women and girls involved in the ChildVoice... more »»

Student Hopes to Stock Epinephrine Pens in Every School

April 15, 2013 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Frankie Favede of St. Clairsville is a 4.0 GPA student and a three-sport athlete, but lives in fear every day of being exposed to something that could put his life in jeopardy. more »»

Activity Day Will Benefit Local Babies

April 15, 2013 A "kaleidoscope" of fun activities is on tap Saturday during the first Kaleidoscope fundraiser for the Gabriel Project of West Virginia Inc. more »»

Teen Relationships, Substance Abuse Explored at Linsly

April 11, 2013 With the Steubenville teen rape case that made national headlines fresh on their minds, a few dozen local parents Wednesday learned strategies to help their own children develop healthy relationship... more »»

 
 

 

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