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  • LEDs leading the way in lightbulb debate: Heloise - The TimesLEDs leading the way in lightbulb debate: Heloise - The Times

    LEDs leading the way in lightbulb debate: HeloiseThe TimesDan T., Wheeling, West Virginia. Dear Dan: Great information! By the way, fluorescent lights are middle-of-the-road between these two; however, they contain mercury. It's your choice. — Heloise. Dear Heloise: I'd like to share two safety hints for ...

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  • Wood Dale Park District hits the big 5-0Wood Dale Park District hits the big 5-0

    Wood Dale Park District celebrates its 50th anniversary with games, music. giveaways and cupcakes.

    Daily Herald / 1 h. 13 min. ago
  • McHenry County coroner investigating death of jail inmateMcHenry County coroner investigating death of jail inmate

    The death of a Cary man is under investigation after he was found unresponsive Friday in a single-occupant cell at the McHenry County Jail.

    Daily Herald / 1 h. 26 min. ago
  • Plea deal likely reached for downstate man who threatened DuPage officials  Plea deal likely reached for downstate man who threatened DuPage officials

    A negotiated plea deal has likely been reached for a downstate man accused of sending death threats to several DuPage County officials, including incoming Chief Judge Daniel Guerin and Lombard police Chief Ray Byrne.

    Daily Herald / 8 h. 19 min. ago
  • WV MetroNews – Central, Summers County take out Class A No. 2 ... - West Virginia MetroNewsWV MetroNews – Central, Summers County take out Class A No. 2 ... - West Virginia MetroNews

    WV MetroNews – Central, Summers County take out Class A No. 2 ...West Virginia MetroNewsWheeling Central defeated No. 2 South Harrison and Summers County eliminated No. 3 Midland Trail on Friday night.and more »

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  • Elgin man accused of soliciting child pornographyElgin man accused of soliciting child pornography

    An Elgin man is accused of soliciting child pornography over social media, officials said.

    Daily Herald / 22 h. 8 min. ago
  • Two charged in Beach Park robberyTwo charged in Beach Park robbery

    Two people have been charged in a robbery at a Beach Park home this summer, officials said.

    Daily Herald / 23 h. ago
  • Rolling Meadows man pleads guilty to battery, gets 30 days in road rage fightRolling Meadows man pleads guilty to battery, gets 30 days in road rage fight

    A Rolling Meadows man pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery after he was stabbed in an apparent road rage exchange with another driver last summer.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 1 h. 48 min. ago
  • Chicago Street roadwork planned next year in ElginChicago Street roadwork planned next year in Elgin

    Improvements to Civic Center Plaza and the reconstruction of part of Chicago Street are among projects to be funded by gambling revenues next year in Elgin.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 2 h. 43 min. ago
  • Barrington finalizes plan to improve flood-prone neighborhoodBarrington finalizes plan to improve flood-prone neighborhood

    Final approval has been granted to a plan in which Barrington village government and the park district swap property to improve a flood-prone area of town.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 3 h. 31 min. ago
  • Libertyville High marching band to play in Chicago, LondonLibertyville High marching band to play in Chicago, London

    Libertyville High School's marching band will perform at a pair of upcoming, high-profile events -- including one overseas.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 3 h. 33 min. ago
  • Explorer shares the secrets of mystery dinosaurExplorer shares the secrets of mystery dinosaur

    Paleontologist and National Geographic Explorer Nizar Ibrahim met Friday with students at McCarty Elementary School in Aurora to share the story of how he uncovered the mystery of the Spinosaurus, a gigantic predatory dinosaur whose only known remains were lost during World War II.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 3 h. 33 min. ago
  • Added Metra track will help Elgin bottleneckAdded Metra track will help Elgin bottleneck

    Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Metra announce added track over Fox River near downtown Elgin.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 4 h. 25 min. ago
  • Countryside firefighters providing Thanksgiving dinner for needy familiesCountryside firefighters providing Thanksgiving dinner for needy families

    Firefighters from the Countryside Fire Protection District on Friday continued an annual tradition of shopping for Thanksgiving dinners for needy families

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 4 h. 42 min. ago
  • Earphone storage device idea wins Judson business pitch contestEarphone storage device idea wins Judson business pitch contest

    A plastic storage device that prevents earphones from getting tangled is the business concept that won over judges at Judson University's "Shark Tank" competition.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 6 h. 18 min. ago
  • Suburbanites gather to talk about racial divide in U.S.Suburbanites gather to talk about racial divide in U.S.

    About 30 people gathered at an Arlington Heights church Friday morning to discuss the racial divide in the U.S. and preconceptions they have about racism.

    Daily Herald / 1 d. 7 h. 47 min. ago
  • CB Financial Services merging with Wheeling-based First West ... - Pittsburgh Business TimesCB Financial Services merging with Wheeling-based First West ... - Pittsburgh Business Times

    Pittsburgh Business TimesCB Financial Services merging with Wheeling-based First West ...Pittsburgh Business TimesCB Financial Services, Pittsburgh's 17th largest financial institution, is merging with First West Virginia Bancorp Inc. Wheeling-based First West Virginia ...and more »

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  • Wheeling businesses nominated for 'Best of West Virginia' awards ... - WTOV SteubenvilleWheeling businesses nominated for 'Best of West Virginia' awards ... - WTOV Steubenville

    WTOV SteubenvilleWheeling businesses nominated for 'Best of West Virginia' awards ...WTOV SteubenvilleSeveral Wheeling businesses have been nominated for this year's Best of West Virginia Awards.The Vagabond Kitchen in downtown Wheeling is one of them.and more »

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  • John Marshall, Wheeling Central set for road playoff quarterfinals - West Virginia MetroNewsJohn Marshall, Wheeling Central set for road playoff quarterfinals - West Virginia MetroNews

    West Virginia MetroNewsJohn Marshall, Wheeling Central set for road playoff quarterfinalsWest Virginia MetroNewsLOST CREEK — It's a case of out of the fire and into the frying pan for Coach Mike Young and Wheeling Central. A week after going on the road and beating 'a really good' Cameron team, the No. 10 Maroon Knights (7-4) are once again going to have to do ...

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  • Attempted Robbery Involving Knife Threat in WoodsdaleAttempted Robbery Involving Knife Threat in Woodsdale

    The Wheeling Police Department received a call regarding an attempted armed robbery at the Marathon Gas Station located in Woodsdale at about 5 a.m. today. The gas station clerk said a man approached the counter with a knife in hand and threatened her.

    Wheeling News / 2 d. 17 h. 6 min. ago
  • Senate votes to confirm Trump pick to lead MSHASenate votes to confirm Trump pick to lead MSHA

    The U.S. Senate confirmed President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Mine Safety and Health Administration in a Wednesday vote along party lines. Senators voted 52-46 to confirm David Zatezalo, of Wheeling, as assistant secretary of labor for mine safety and health in the Department of Labor.

    Wheeling News / 2 d. 19 h. 17 min. ago
  • Wait Almost Over For Perkins Restaurant & Bakery Fantasy In Lights Parade in Downtown Wheeling - Wheeling IntelligencerWait Almost Over For Perkins Restaurant & Bakery Fantasy In Lights Parade in Downtown Wheeling - Wheeling Intelligencer

    Wheeling IntelligencerWait Almost Over For Perkins Restaurant & Bakery Fantasy In Lights Parade in Downtown WheelingWheeling IntelligencerPhoto by Heather Ziegler Perkins Restaurant & Bakery owner Frank Carolla, left, and Perkins vice president Tim Presseller, are looking forward to the Perkins Restaurant & Bakery Fantasy in Lights Parade set for 6:30 p.m. Friday in downtown Wheeling.

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  • 11.14.17 Highlights - Nailers earn morning win vs divisional opponent - WTOV Steubenville11.14.17 Highlights - Nailers earn morning win vs divisional opponent - WTOV Steubenville

    WTOV Steubenville11.14.17 Highlights - Nailers earn morning win vs divisional opponentWTOV SteubenvilleWHEELING, WV- The Wheeling Nailers welcomed their first sellout of the season, as 5,109 fans made their way into WesBanco Arena. The Nailers gave those fans plenty to get loud about, as Freddie Tiffels and Cody Wydo both scored twice, while Derek ...and more »

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  • Nominations Sought for Outstanding Young West Virginian Jaycees AwardNominations Sought for Outstanding Young West Virginian Jaycees Award

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 West Virginia Jaycees Outstanding Young West Virginian award according to West Virginia Junior Chamber State President Craig Erbacher. Erbacher said that the program is designed to identify and award young people in the Mountain State who have distinguished themselves in their careers and/or through community service.

    Wheeling News / 5 d. 8 h. 3 min. ago more
  • Guest editorial (Wheeling): Don't dumb down education in WV - Charleston Gazette-MailGuest editorial (Wheeling): Don't dumb down education in WV - Charleston Gazette-Mail

    Charleston Gazette-MailGuest editorial (Wheeling): Don't dumb down education in WVCharleston Gazette-MailState Board of Education members are considering changes in requirements to obtain high school diplomas in West Virginia. In essence, their proposal amounts to making it easier for students to get A's and requiring them to take fewer courses to graduate.and more »

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  • Getting Highway Work Done on TimeGetting Highway Work Done on Time

    Crews working on repaving and other improvements to Bethany Pike in Wheeling were hard at work last week, striving to complete the project as quickly as possible. Their haste was in order to avoid increasing traffic congestion during the Festival of Lights at Oglebay Park, which opened Thursday night.

    Wheeling News / 6 d. 19 h. 20 min. ago
  • Police ReportsPolice Reports

    From 8:20 a.m. Friday to 8:39 a.m. Saturday, officers handled 25 traffic stops, four vehicle accidents and one miscellaneous call. At 12:20 a.m., 887 National Road, Jack Long, 27, of Wheeling was arrested for first DUI offense after a vehicle crash.

    Wheeling News / 6 d. 19 h. 20 min. ago
  • Festival of Lights kicks off the holiday seasonFestival of Lights kicks off the holiday season

    More than 300 acres of Oglebay's picturesque landscape came alive with twinkling light displays on Thursday, as the annual Winter Festival of Lights kicked off for the holiday season.

    Wheeling News / 7 d. 19 h. 30 min. ago
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  • Attorney General Morrisey Takes Faith-Based Approach to Fighting Opioids to Raleigh CountyAttorney General Morrisey Takes Faith-Based Approach to Fighting Opioids to Raleigh County

    Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will travel to Raleigh County to continue a faith-based initiative aimed at empowering religious groups across the Mountain State in the fight against substance abuse. The Attorney General's "Combating Addiction with Grace" program will roll into Beckley for a conference next week at Calvary Assembly of God.

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  • Hancock commissioners approve pacts for grantsHancock commissioners approve pacts for grants

    Three of the contractual agreements approved unanimously by the commission during Thursday's meeting are with the Division of Justice and Community Services to receive and adminster funds for Justice Assistance Grants.

    Wheeling News / 12 d. 9 h. 19 min. ago
  • West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee Pushing - West Virginia Forward'West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee Pushing - West Virginia Forward'

    West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee said the best way to move West Virginia forward is to reshape the size and scope of state government - starting with a revamp of West Virginia's tax structure, then eliminating duplicate programs and needless mandates within the state. study - a collaboration between WVU, the West Virginia Department of Commerce and Marshall University to identify both short-term and large-scale projects to boost West Virginia's economy.

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  • Straub Automotive Donates More Than $23K For Breast Cancer Patients in WheelingStraub Automotive Donates More Than $23K For Breast Cancer Patients in Wheeling

    For the past several years, starting in late September and throughout the month of October, Straub - located at The Highlands in Ohio County - has created a special fund to include $100 for every car sold during that period to assist with local breast cancer prevention and treatment. During a special check presentation ceremony Friday, at the Straub Honda showroom, all donations collected by Straub this year were provided to representatives of Wheeling Hospital, the Ohio Valley Medical Center and WVU Medicine Reynolds Memorial Hospital.

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  • Ohio County School Officials Install Smoke Detectors in WheelingOhio County School Officials Install Smoke Detectors in Wheeling

    Photo by Joselyn King Ohio County Schools Maintenance Director Brian Harto, left, and Assistant Superintendent Rick Jones address volunteers turning out Friday afternoon to help install smoke detectors in homes on Wheeling Island. Ohio County Schools Assistant Superintendent Rick Jones praised those volunteering time Friday to install free smoke detectors in homes on Wheeling Island, telling them their actions On Friday, about a dozen Ohio County Schools service personnel and four students from Wheeling Park High School turned out on a day off from school to install smoke detectors in 16 homes on Wheeling Island that did not have them.

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  • Tax Bill Would Scrap Federal Rehab Credit for Wheeling BuildingsTax Bill Would Scrap Federal Rehab Credit for Wheeling Buildings

    A federal historic tax credit helped developers transform the former Wheeling Stamping Co. building into the Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe Global Operations Center and the old Stone & Thomas building into the Stone Center, home to Williams Lea Tag.

    Wheeling News / 14 d. 20 h. 6 min. ago
  • Wheeling Jesuit University Grad Named West Virginia Supreme Court ClerkWheeling Jesuit University Grad Named West Virginia Supreme Court Clerk

    Photo Provided Former Wheeling resident and Wheeling Jesuit University graduate Eydie Gaiser has been named clerk of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has appointed former Wheeling resident and Wheeling Jesuit University graduate Eydie Gaiser as its new clerk.

    Wheeling News / 15 d. 19 h. ago
  • Housing Potential is Building in Downtown WheelingHousing Potential is Building in Downtown Wheeling

    About 50 people are on a waiting list for apartments at the Boury Lofts complex, so Kip Miller believes the six-story structure once home to Columbia Gas Co. - less than two blocks from the Boury project on 16th Street - could see new life as a residential venture.

    Wheeling News / 15 d. 19 h. ago
  • Stuart F. Bloch - Charleston Gazette-MailStuart F. Bloch - Charleston Gazette-Mail

    Charleston Gazette-MailStuart F. BlochCharleston Gazette-MailWilliam Stuart Fulton Bloch, a lifelong resident of Wheeling, West Virginia, died peacefully, surrounded by his family on Sunday, October 29, 2017, after a valiant battle with cancer. He was 84. He was born on April 23, 1933, in Wheeling, West Virginia ...

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  • Former USGA President Stuart Bloch Dies at 84 - Wheeling IntelligencerFormer USGA President Stuart Bloch Dies at 84 - Wheeling Intelligencer

    Wheeling IntelligencerFormer USGA President Stuart Bloch Dies at 84Wheeling IntelligencerBloch, who was born in Wheeling in 1933, became only the second West Virginia native to serve as president of the United States Golf Association from 1992-94. He served on 15 USGA committees during three decades and was president of the West Virginia ...

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