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Wheeling police investigating armed robbery

Wheeling police are investigating an armed robbery in which shots were fired early Monday morning. The incident happened just after midnight at an apartment on the 800 block of North Main Street. Police say a man and a woman showed up to the apartment with a gun, demanding cash. Officers say the man

WTOV 9 - 2018-01-15 10:24:16

Here's a guide to some of your winter essentials

At Busy Beaver in Moundsville, snow shovels and rock salt are just some of the items customers are buying to deal with the winter weather. However, there's different kinds, so what's best for you? At Busy Beaver in Moundsville, snow shovels and rock salt are just some of the items customers are buyi

WTOV 9 - 2018-01-15 23:29:13

Dilapidated structures cause issues in Bellaire

BELLAIRE, Ohio (WTRF) - Dick Flanagan says he's thinking outside the box to get Bellaire's dilapidated structures torn down. Flanagan has been the village's code enforcer for about four months. He says he has already gotten two houses torn down, and is working on many others. He is tracking down and

WTRF - 2018-01-15 22:29:42

New year, chief and goals for Bellaire Police Department

Under the leadership of a new chief, a new year brings a new sense of tenacity for the Bellaire Police Department. Under the leadership of a new chief, a new year brings a new sense of tenacity for the Bellaire Police Department. Acting Bellaire Police Chief Dick Flanagan is not wasting any time now

WTOV 9 - 2018-01-15 22:24:22

Downtown crash leads to multiple charges

A Cambridge man is facing multiple charges following a single-vehicle crash on Wheeling Avenue late Monday night. Emergency responders administered Narcan to Timothy Murrey, 39, when he was found unresponsive inside the vehicle he was driving after it struck a tree along the downtown Cambridge stre

DAILY JEFFERSONIAN - 2018-01-16 09:33:53

Wheeling officials address road conditions

As snow came in throughout the weekend and Monday, Wheeling residents have voiced concerns on social media and calls to the city concerning secondary roads and streets in neighborhoods. As snow came in throughout the weekend and Monday, Wheeling residents have voiced concerns on social media and cal

WTOV 9 - 2018-01-15 18:27:52

Pursuit From Wheeling to Bridgeport Leads To Drug Possession Charge

According to a report, a Wheeling Police Department officer attempted to stop a vehicle for having an obstructed rear view near South Huron and Zane streets on Wheeling Island at about 9 p.m. Saturday. The driver of the vehicle, Lester Biggs, 36, allegedly sped up and crossed the Bridgeport Bridge i

INTELLIGENCER - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Trolley will make daily runs in downtown Wheeling beginning next week

Hundreds of people are moving to the downtown Wheeling area because of The Health Plan and other developments. Now, city officials are working to fix parking problems downtown and in surrounding areas. Starting next week, people can take a trolley in the downtown area instead of walking to work. The

WTOV 9 - 2018-01-15 17:31:37

Trump's controversial comments split members of his evangelical council

GAINESVILLE, Ga. -- The controversy over President Donald Trump's comments last week about immigration is intensifying. In Gainesville, a prominent conservative leader and a member of the president's own evangelical advisory board, Pastor Jentezen Franklin, is rejecting the president's stance. Presi

WXIA 11 ALIVE - 2018-01-16 01:30:00

Georgia pastor on Trump's religious council disagrees with president

Gainesville megachurch pastor Jentezen Franklin, who is also a member of President Trump's ecumenical council, made a brief statement at the end of Sunday's service disagreeing with the president's statements regarding Haiti, El Salvador and African nations during a White House meeting late last wee

WXIA 11 ALIVE - 2018-01-15 05:54:00

Light snow could fall in Hall on Tuesday

Snow has moved into the forecast for Tuesday night in Hall County, but if it materializes, National Weather Service forecaster Sid King said not to expect too much. He said Sunday night that a tenth of an inch would likely be the highest amount of slow accumulation in Gainesville. But with temperatu

GAINESVILLE TIMES - 2018-01-15 04:19:00

State lawmakers aim to help local forces boost officer pay

While the state General Assembly may begin looking at ways to increase law enforcement pay and benefits, local leaders are trying to take a quicker route to stem force retention issues. "We're requiring these individuals to protect us, to keep us safe, to patrol and to put themselves in harm's way,

GAINESVILLE TIMES

Newsmaker in business: Frierson named market president for State Bank

State Bank Financial Corporation, the holding company for State Bank and Trust Company, has appointed Chip Frierson as market president in Gainesville. Frierson will be responsible for handling all bank-related activities within the market. He has more than 32 years of experience in the banking ind

GAINESVILLE TIMES

Kemp: University's blunder led to elections server issue

Secretary of State Brian Kemp said Saturday the elections server mishap at Kennesaw State University was caused by bad management at the school. Kemp, a candidate for governor making a campaign stop in Gainesville to talk to the Hall County Republican Party, said the decision to wipe a server critic

GAINESVILLE TIMES

Pastor works to help homeless get ID documents

GAINESVILLE, Ga. - When Steve Walton's home was in flames, so went every form of ID he had. The man who later moved to Hall County found himself in a catch-22 familiar to the homeless community: You need a birth certificate for an ID, and you need to show ID for a birth certificate. "Without ID, you

TUSCALOOSA NEWS

Newsmaker in business: Gainesville's Dubnik is chosen to 2018 Leadership Georgia class

Leadership Georgia is a 47-year old organization of emerging and diverse leaders from all walks of life throughout the state. The 5,000-plus alumni include a number of influential state and national leaders. Leadership Georgia is a 47-year old organization of emerging and diverse leaders from all w

GAINESVILLE TIMES

Torrington author finds success writing westerns

TORRINGTON-It took years for author John Nesbitt to write a book. "Long, long ago, I wanted to be a writer," he said. "I think I tried a novel early and was kind of afraid of it and didn't know how to go about it even though read and studied lots of novels. The idea of doing it myself was a little i

STAR-HERALD - 2018-01-16 00:30:00

Gerald 'Jerry' Dillman

Gerald "Jerry" Dillman, 75, of rural Mitchell, passed away Friday, January 12, 2018 at his home surrounded with love by his family. His funeral service will be held at 10:30am on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Morrill with Reverend Kenneth L. Humphrey officiating. Interment

STAR-HERALD - 2018-01-14 16:00:00

Library offers basic computer skills class

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Josephine (Jo) McElwee

Her family would like to honor her with a card shower. Cards can be sent to : Jo McElwee, 240762 Lake Minatare Road, Scottsbluff, NE 69361. Her family would like to honor her with a card shower. Cards can be sent to : Jo McElwee, 240762 Lake Minatare Road, Scottsbluff, NE 69361.

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