Community

Census 2020: City of Wheeling Counting on You

The following questions will not appear on the 2020 U.S. Census that is heading to your mailbox in March: • Have you tripped over broken sidewalk concrete near your home recently? • How is the playground equi...

It’s a Workers’ Market in Wheeling

A growing economy plus a 5 percent unemployment rate equals something Wheeling hasn’t seen for some time — a workers’ market. Here’s a quick look at what is going on in this new decade, according to business...
Mezare and Driscoll of the Wheeling Symphony

Homegrown Players Bloom at the Symphony

"It is all very aerospace.” That’s how Robert Driscoll describes designing and creating a machine called a gouger that makes oboe reeds, which is, in turn, made by an even bigger machine, a Haas CNC milling ...

Cultural Food Tour Offers Tasty View of History

The waves of immigration that fueled Wheeling’s industrial era didn’t disappear with the factory jobs. Kibbeh. Pierogi. Schnitzel. Marinara. They’re all still here. Sometimes in restaurants and at festivals,...

Wheeling Says “We Care”

On Saturday, June 30, more than 100 locals joined with people in more than 650 other locations nationwide to participate in the Families Belong Together March. The Wheeling We Care march was organized locally b...

Park Drive-In Movies Bring Back Memories

As I sat in my car for the weekly drive-in movie at Wheeling Park, I found myself recollecting memories from my childhood. The nostalgia and uniqueness of the movie experience reminded me of the trips I took in...

Photos: Arts & Culture Fest 2016

Two weekends ago, I had the pleasure of attending the 6th annual Wheeling Arts Fest. This year was slightly different from previous years; the Arts Fest and the Upper Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival combine...