Second Annual Make Wheeling Shine Set for April 6

Williams Lea and the City of Wheeling are partnering for the second annual Make Wheeling Shine to be held on Saturday, April 6. The community clean up event will begin at 9 a.m. at the Wheeling Skate Park and w...

Brooke Hills Playhouse Sets Auditions for April 6

The Brooke Hills Playhouse will hold auditions for the first three shows of its 48th summer season on Saturday, April 6, at the Brooke  County Arts Council's downtown Wellsburg location, at 636 Charles St., acc...

Park Speech and Debate Team Brings Home 40th Win!

They did it again! Wheeling Park High School’s team won the Overall Sweepstakes Trophy at the 2019 West Virginia Speech and Debate State Tournament — for the 40th year in a row. The tournament took place ...

Crittenton Services Annual 5K Goes Virtual

Would you like to do a 5K, virtually from anywhere? Well, you can with Crittenton Services Mountain Mama 5K. For the past several years, Crittenton Services has held a traditional 5K race; this year the even...

WVNCC to Host Women in Leadership Event

In celebration of Women’s History Month, West Virginia Northern Community College will host three Women in Leadership Lunch and Learn panel discussions: March 25 on the college’s Weirton Campus; March 26 on the...

‘Something Rotten!’ Is Coming to The Capitol

“Fresh, irreverent and hysterical!” says The Associated Press about Something Rotten!, a new musical coming to The Capitol Theatre, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 20. Nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Bes...

Irish Comedy Coming to Towngate Stage

Oglebay Institute’s Towngate Theatre continues its main stage season with a production of Dion Boucicault’s Irish comedy/melodrama “The Shaughraun,” to be staged March 15, 16, 17, 22 and 23. The story revolv...

Lecture Series Explores a Powerful Photo-Documentary

Photographer Angelo Merendino will discuss his internationally recognized photo-documentary, “The Battle We Didn’t Choose – My Wife’s Fight with Breast Cancer,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 7, at Oglebay Institute...

Bike Share Program Coming to Wheeling

Residents and visitors alike will soon have access to a new feature in the community that will enhance recreational and wellness opportunities. Launching in the spring, Wheeling will be home to West Virginia’s ...

Great Stone Viaduct Society to Present Lectures

The Great Stone Viaduct Historical Education Society is partnering with the Bellaire Public Library again this year to present the seventh Winter Lecture Series providing the public with presentations of local ...

Leadership W.Va. Class Says ‘#ChooseWV’

Leadership West Virginia’s Class of 2018 has kicked off a campaign, #ChooseWV, which is aimed at uniting West Virginians at home and across the country around a common theme of hope for our state and people. Th...

Distinguished Honor Awarded to Linsly Headmaster

Justin Zimmerman, headmaster of The Linsly School in Wheeling, has been awarded a fully funded fellowship to the Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership’s 2019 Heads of Schools program at Teachers...

WJU to Host Volleyball Clinics for Kids

The volleyball team at Wheeling Jesuit University will host a series of youth clinics during February. There will be three separate clinics for youths of all ages. "Cardinal Kids," for children ages 4-9...

WCDS Students Give Warm Message to Homeless

Twenty-five second-graders from Wheeling Country Day School took a Martin Luther King Jr. Day field trip in frigid weather Monday to fill plastic bags with hand warmers and heartwarming messages for the homeles...

Meet Baby Bobcats Bobbie and Gina at Good Zoo

Gina enjoys her new accommodations at Oglebay Good Zoo’s vet hospital. After being found abandoned in rural Marshall County, two female bobcat kittens have found a permanent home at the Oglebay Good Zoo in ...

New Online MBA Is Just What the Doctor Ordered

West Liberty University has a new online master’s degree that is just what the doctored ordered for health care professionals. The recently announced MBA tract focuses on health care management and is design...

Oglebay Institute Honors Student Artists

The 30th annual Regional Student Art Exhibition opened earlier this month with a public reception and awards ceremony at OI’s Stifel Fine Arts Center. Several students received cash prizes for their work, and o...

First Day on the Job for Travis Henline

Wheeling Heritage is exploring the creation of a Wheeling museum, and today, history specialist Travis Henline started his job as museum project manager, whose role will be to identify and develop the concept. ...