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Hundred PO To Reduce Hours

April 16, 2014 A crowd of about 25 residents learned at a special meeting Thursday that the Hundred Post Office will have its lobby hours cut to six per weekday. more »»

City Replaces Stolen Grates

April 16, 2014 The New Martinsville Street Department is working to replace 11 sewer catch basins that were stolen overnight, March 10-11. more »»

Three Seek PC Mayor’s Seat

April 16, 2014 The City of Paden City will hold an election on June 5. A mayor and one member of council from each ward will be elected. Three candidates have filed for the office of mayor: incumbent John D. more »»

VHS Outdoors Club Plans Trip, Seeks Donations

April 16, 2014 A group of Valley High School students will get closer with nature as they take part in “Outdoor Odyssey” from May 9-11. more »»

Fordyce Escapes; Information Wanted

April 11, 2014 Cabell County’s Magistrate Court has issued a warrant for the arrest of Randy Fordyce for escape from the Huntington Work Release Center. more »»

Fordyce Captured

April 11, 2014 Wetzel County Prosecuting Attorney Timothy Haught has reported that Randy L. Fordyce has been taken into custody by the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Department. Fordyce has been charged with escape. more »»

Hundred Woman Federally Indicted For Drugs

April 9, 2014 Nelda K. White, 54, of Hundred, has been charged by the federal grand jury in Wheeling with conspiracy to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. more »»

Hundred Post Office’s Future To Be Discussed

April 9, 2014 A special meeting regarding the future of Hundred’s Post Office will be held April 10, 5:30 p.m., at the Hundred Church of Christ. more »»

Board Honors Several For Achievements

April 9, 2014 Several in the school system were honored at Wetzel County Board of Education’s Monday night meeting, including both students and staff. more »»

Paden City Resident Questions Police Officer’s Termination

April 9, 2014 Paden City Resident Zoa Little appeared at the Paden City council meeting on Monday, to question why the city terminated the employment of one of its police officer. more »»

Waiver Sought For Bridge Repair

April 9, 2014 It appears as if more paperwork needs to be completed before repairs on New Martinsville’s Brooklyn-Main Street Bridge can begin. more »»

Board Continues Case, Suspends Employee

April 9, 2014 The following personnel and routine matters were approved at the April 7 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Group Offers Garden Space And Knowledge

April 2, 2014 With the arrival of warmer weather and sunshine comes increased activity in the garden. Grow Local, Go Local is ready to help facilitate local gardening in many ways. more »»

Bridge Slated For Aug. 15 Completion

April 2, 2014 Concerned resident Jeff Gieseke met with Wetzel County Commissioners April 1 to ask for updates regarding New Martinsville’s Brooklyn-Main Street Bridg. more »»

State Legislation Would Affect Landfill Limits

April 2, 2014 Bill Hughes of Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority gave Wetzel County Commissioners an update March 29 regarding the state of Wetzel County’s landfill. more »»

Veterans’ Wall Begins To Take Shape

April 2, 2014 Memorial Day is just around the corner and the Post Members, Sons of the American Legion, and Ladies Auxiliary of New Martinsville’s American Legion, specifically those on the Veterans’ Wall... more »»

YSS Seeks Office Space

April 2, 2014 Jill Eddy from Youth Services System, approached the Wetzel County commission Tuesday in regard to finding adequate facilities for various YSS treatments. more »»

Holiday Inn Express & Suites To Bring Business To New Martinsville

March 26, 2014 New Martinsville’s Riverview Plaza will begin to look a bit different as plans to build a Holiday Inn Express are underway at the locatio. more »»

Possible Park Tennant May Make Major Improvements

March 26, 2014 It looks like the Wetzel County Commerce Park in New Martinsville could have a new tenant—and one planning to make significant improvements. more »»

WCH Eliminates Eight Jobs, Cuts Hours

March 26, 2014 Wetzel County Hospital is eliminating the jobs of eight workers, reducing the hours of 15 others, and not filling vacant positions, due in part to the Affordable Care Act and the closure of the... more »»

 
 

 

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