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Country Day Reaches School Campaign Goal

December 19, 2012 Head of School Elizabeth Hofreuter-Landini described Wheeling Country Day School's newly renovated campus as the "manifestation" of the recently completed $1. more »»

Good Zoo seeks volunteers

December 11, 2012 “Volunteer at the WILDEST place in town!” said Vickie Markey-Tekely, curator of education at the Good Zoo. “We are currently looking for teen and adult volunteers at the zoo. more »»

Meet Santa and make a difference for diabetes

November 29, 2012 The second annual Sugar for Reindeer event to promote awareness and offer support to children with Type 1 Diabetes and The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Children's conference focuses on various types of prevention

November 26, 2012 The Ohio County Partners in Prevention Team with the Ohio County Family Resource Network will conduct the annual Partners in Prevention Conference from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. more »»

Pool a Drain on City Funds; Belleview Will Not Open in 2013

November 16, 2012 The Belleview Pool will not open in 2013, the victim of budget cuts by the city as officials work to eliminate an $822,968 general fund deficit by Dec. 31. more »»

Parade set to light up Wheeling

November 14, 2012 WHEELING — All year long thousands of Ohio Valley residents have looked forward to this Friday night when the 27th annual Perkins Family Restaurant & Bakery Fantasy in Lights Parade lights up the... more »»

Week-long Festival of Trees events benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters

November 13, 2012 When Patrick was 6, his father committed suicide. His mother abused drugs, and he often had to sneak food from school or wherever he could find it. His mother’s boyfriend physically abused him. more »»

Underground Railroad Museum Preserves History

November 7, 2012 FLUSHING — In traditional West African culture, the griot is a respected member of the community who serves as an oral historia. more »»

Church to Host Father-Son Event Saturday

November 6, 2012 Following the success of its annual mother-daughter Princess Tea, Covenant Community Church in Wheeling is holding its first father-son event for the community, titled “Knights of God’s Table. more »»

Additional REVISED Ohio Valley Trick-or-Treat Times

October 31, 2012 Trick or treat will go ahead as scheduled from 6:30-7:30 p.m. today in Wheeling. more »»

Children's author shines light on coal mining

October 25, 2012 Stereotypical depictions of coal miners in the United States often portray them as little more than dirty and uneducated. more »»

W.Va. Archaeological Complex in Moundsville Seeks Volunteers

October 19, 2012 Any qualified individuals interested in learning about archaeology and West Virginia history can volunteer to help the Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex in Moundsville. more »»

Columbus' Ship Replicas to Dock at Heritage Port

October 4, 2012 Beginning Friday, residents of the Ohio Valley will have a chance to walk the decks of replicas of the Pinta and Nina as the ships dock at Wheeling's Heritage Port until Oct. 10. more »»

Ferry Church Starts Play Group

October 3, 2012 Moms will get to sip on hot or cold beverages and enjoy some snacks while talking together, while babies and toddlers can interact and play with toys that are provided, during the new play group... more »»

Woman turns hobby for grandchildren into pumpkin business

September 27, 2012 Betty Hickey started growing pumpkins to entertain her grandchildren in 1993. more »»

Children's painting workshop set at Oglebay

September 14, 2012 An art workshop designed to introduce children to the longstanding tradition of painting “en plein air” (a French expression that translates “in open air”) will he held from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. more »»

Moscow Ballet seeks local children to audition for 'Nutcracker'

September 13, 2012 Critically acclaimed Moscow Ballet and Oglebay Institute in WHeeling announce a casting call to perform in the 20th anniversary production of Moscow Ballet’s "Great Russian Nutcracker" at the Capito... more »»

Bridge Street Middle School Pupils Like to Move It

September 11, 2012 There is a gym in a school building, and there is a gym in a student’s brain — at least that is true for the students of Bridge Street Middle School. more »»

Restored Mingo Indian statue unveiled in Wheeling

September 6, 2012 With his arm outstretched, the newly cleaned Mingo Indian statue is now bright and shiny, welcoming everyone who comes his way. more »»



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