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Road Improvements Discussed At Authority Meeting

December 27, 2017 According to Gus Suwaid, District Six Engineer for the West Virginia Department of Transportation, the Route 2 — Proctor to Kent — expansion project is slated for 202. more »»

Folsom VFD Demonstrates Self-Loading Cots For Commission

December 27, 2017 During the regular Wetzel County Commission meeting on Dec 19, Jimmy Glasscock and Jimmy Glasscock II of the Folsom Volunteer Fire Department stopped by to demonstrate how their the department’s new... more »»

Car Hits Chronicle Building

December 21, 2017 A driver lost control of his vehicle and drove into the Wetzel Chronicle building on Dec. 21. The incident occurred at about 2:51 p.m. more »»

“Shop With a Cop” Is A Merry Time for All

December 20, 2017 School buses lined the entrance of Walmart in New Martinsville as officers from Monroe County Sheriff’s Office held their annual “Shop With a Cop” program. more »»

Tensions, Emotions Run High At New Martinsville Finance Meeting

December 20, 2017 Tensions and emotions ran high Wednesday night at a pre-Christmas workshop session of New Martinsville City Council's finance committee. The meeting was held at 5 p.. more »»

Old Glory Flies With Pride

December 20, 2017 A Paden City couple noticed this past autumn that the large American flag that had flown in front of Paden City High School from, time to time, was no longer ther. more »»

Pine Grove Discusses Work Permits

December 20, 2017 At the town’s regular Dec. 12 council meeting, Pine Grove Mayor Barbara King said FEMA wants all towns to require residential and non-residential work permits. King went on to say that a De. more »»

Huggins Family Still Receiving NICU Donations

December 20, 2017 Last week, the Wetzel Chronicle published the story about Ashley and Jason Huggins, New Martinsville parents who are giving back to West Penn’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). more »»

Man Charged For Littleton Fires

December 19, 2017 Investigators with the West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office have arrested David James Bowman, 27, of Fairmont, on two counts of first-degree arson and felony destruction of property stemming... more »»

Wetzel County Passes BOE Levy

December 15, 2017 According to Wetzel County Schools Superintendent Ed Toman, the school excess levy renewal has passed with 1,068-118 in favor of the lev. more »»

WCEA Supports Levy Passage

December 13, 2017 At the regular Dec. 6 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Elliott Kendle, of the Wetzel County Education Association, pledged the WCEA’s endorsement of the school excess levy renewal. more »»

Band Of Brothers Helps Locally

December 13, 2017 A group of West Virginia men are making their name known in flood-affected regions of Wetzel Count. more »»

Ebert Brothers Will Mark Christmas

December 13, 2017 The Ebert Brothers Family and Friends Christmas Show will be held Dec. 16 at the Lincoln Theater, located in downtown New Martinsville. more »»

Parents Request Gifts for NICU

December 13, 2017 The holidays can be an extra-special time of year for those of us who have children in our lives. more »»

Judge Hummel Hears Matters

December 13, 2017 Several defendants entered guilty pleas before Judge David W. Hummel during the Nov. 27 Wetzel County Circuit Court hearings. more »»

New Martinsville Explores Possible Revenue Increases 

December 12, 2017 The City of New Martinsville's finance committee met Monday, Dec. more »»

Cork Is Captured

December 12, 2017 According to New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil, Larry Paul Cork has been apprehended by law enforcement. Cork was apprehended in Washington County, Ohio around 7 p.m. more »»

Police Searching For Breaking and Entering Suspect

December 11, 2017 New Martinsville Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating Larry Paul Cork. more »»

Churches Targeted With Break-Ins

December 7, 2017 Three New Martinsville churches were broken into Wednesday evening, according to New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil. Chief Cecil said St. more »»



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