|Police investigating suspicious deathParkersburg News / 6 h. 27 min. ago more|
The Wood County Sheriff's Department is investigating a suspicious death after a body was found this morning on Emerson Ave. Deputies said a deceased white male was discovered this morning behind Pleasants Air at 5200 Emerson Ave., just north of Parkersburg. Preliminary identification of the deceased has been made, but authorities are attempting to locate next of kin before releasing his name.
|Cincinnati office tech company makes acquisition - Cincinnati Business CourierGoogle News / 8 h. 42 min. ago more|
Cincinnati Business CourierCincinnati office tech company makes acquisitionCincinnati Business CourierCincinnati-based Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises has acquired a firm that's based in West Virginia. The addition of NOE Office Equipment, an office supply and technology company in Parkersburg, W.V., will help Donnellon McCarthy to advance its growth ...
|Wood County authorities investigating 'suspicious death' - The News CenterGoogle News / 8 h. 51 min. ago more|
The News CenterWood County authorities investigating 'suspicious death'The News CenterPARKERSBURG, W.Va. - Wood County authorities are investigating a "suspicious death" after the body of a white male was found behind a business on Emerson Avenue Friday morning. Wood County Sheriff Steve Stephens say an employee from Pleasants ...and more »
|1969 Mustang Body on a 2014 GT500 Chassis? Yes PleaseParkersburg News / 1 d. 20 h. 52 min. ago more|
Combo Platter: Jim Weigle's 1969/2014 Mustang is an exercise in mating old and new to create one amazing Mustang When we first walked up to Jim Weigle's all-black 1969 Mustang SportsRoof at the Carlisle Ford Nationals in 2017, it got our attention because it was straight as an arrow and with paint as deep as the ocean. Then we looked under the hood; "Nice, four-cam Cobra motor swap and it looks factory."
|Where and when to watch the St. Marys football game on Friday, Oct. 20th - The News CenterGoogle News / 2 d. 3 h. 48 min. ago more|
Where and when to watch the St. Marys football game on Friday, Oct. 20thThe News CenterPARKERSBURG, WV - Here's how to watch this Friday's St. Marys High School football game live on-air and online, and how to see a replay of the game on TV. On Friday, October 20th, starting at 7:30 P.M., the South Harrison at St. Marys High School ...
|Weather working against vibrant fall colorsParkersburg News / 2 d. 8 h. 2 min. ago more|
The ideal combination to fuel the fiery colors of fall in the Mid-Ohio Valley forests is moderate late summer and early fall rains with nights that are cool but not freezing. Casey Burdick, fall color forester for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, said the weather this year just wasn't right for a colorful fall.
|Wood County Democratic Executive Committee chairman resignsParkersburg News / 2 d. 12 h. 36 min. ago more|
Daryl Cobranchi, elected chairman of the committee earlier this year, said he's concerned his presence on the committee will affect perception of the party among voters after Parkersburg City Councilman Eric Barber accused him of using anti-Christian rhetoric in recent weeks. Cobranchi has challenged Parkersburg City Council's recitation of the Lord's prayer at and before meetings and said it seemed members who voted against a recently rejected nondiscrimination ordinance did so because of the Christian beliefs cited by opponents of the measure.
|Fletcher Lamkin: Outgoing WVU-P president deserves praiseParkersburg News / 2 d. 16 h. 40 min. ago more|
Wood County residents should join the board and staff of West Virginia University at Parkersburg in extending their gratitude to WVU-P President Fletcher Lamkin, who announced this week he plans to step down to return to his previous post at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo. Lamkin and the team he led have done incredible work at WVU-P.
|Eric Benjamin Roberts - Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Google News / 2 d. 18 h. 5 min. ago more|
Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Eric Benjamin RobertsCharleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Eric was born at St Joseph Hospital, in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The family relocated to Charleston where Eric began first grade at Overbrook Elementary. During his younger years, he developed a love for making movies and kept all the family ...
|Wilson Woods - Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Google News / 2 d. 18 h. 5 min. ago more|
Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Wilson WoodsCharleston Gazette-Mail (blog)... Kiedaisch) and Kate Zombro; five special great-grandchildren, Brady and Bryce Matthias, Della and Wilson Brown, and Emma Mohamed; and two sisters-in-law, Helen Payne, of Monroeville, OH, and Jo McQuain, of Parkersburg, WV; and numerous nieces, ...
|Guest editorial (Parkersburg): Dropping clean power plan not a disaster - Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Google News / 3 d. 0 h. 47 min. ago more|
Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Guest editorial (Parkersburg): Dropping clean power plan not a disasterCharleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., is correct: “We should responsibly embrace all forms of energy production, do what we can to improve them and continue to explore new and innovative energy options.” West Virginia and the other states Obama was punishing ...
|Parkersburg City Council members schedule town hall meetingParkersburg News / 3 d. 18 h. 9 min. ago more|
The second town hall organized by Third District City Councilman Bob Mercer is slated for Monday, Oct. 30, and he's bringing some fellow council members along. The meeting is slated for 7-9 p.m. in council chambers on the second floor of the Municipal Building.
|President Fletcher Lamkin of West Virginia University at Parkersburg is resigning.Parkersburg News / 4 d. 1 h. 54 min. ago more|
Fletcher Lamkin will step down from his position to assume presidency of Westminster College in Fulton, Mo. where he was president from 2000-2007.
|New fence, re-enactors bring life to Riverview CemeteryParkersburg News / 4 d. 1 h. 54 min. ago more|
Photo by Brett Dunlap Mayor Tom Joyce was joined Sunday by a number of descendants of people buried in Riverview Cemetery on Juliana Street for the dedication of a new fence surrounding the historical cemetery. Photo by Brett Dunlap Judith Smith, of the Julia-Ann Square Historical Community Association, presided over the dedication Sunday of a new fence that surrounds Riverview Cemetery on Juliana Street.
|WVU-Parkersburg president will leave to become president of college in Missouri - The News CenterGoogle News / 4 d. 2 h. 54 min. ago more|
The News CenterWVU-Parkersburg president will leave to become president of college in MissouriThe News Center... in the West Virginia CTC system. We are sorry to see Dr. Lamkin leave but fully understand his reasons and wish him well in this important endeavor.” Lamkin said he and his wife have enjoyed serving WVU-P and being a part of the Parkersburg community.and more »
|Guest editorial (Parkersburg): VA culprit deserves more than a talking to - Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Google News / 5 d. 0 h. 1 min. ago more|
Charleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Guest editorial (Parkersburg): VA culprit deserves more than a talking toCharleston Gazette-Mail (blog)Many West Virginia veterans rely on the VA hospital in Clarksburg. McKinley went straight to the VA. The U.S. Office of Special Counsel, which also had been contacted by a whistleblower from the hospital, looked into the matter. Investigators found ...
|Fire safety info to be distributed todayParkersburg News / 5 d. 6 h. 1 min. ago more|
Parkersburg firefighters and volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on Capital Drive will canvass neighborhoods today, passing out fire safety information and offering free smoke alarms to qualifying residents. If residents qualify based on income and number of people in the home, firefighters will install the smoke alarms for free.
|Women's Care Center holds Walk for Life at City ParkParkersburg News / 5 d. 9 h. 44 min. ago more|
Photo Provided The Boaz Baptist Church was the Top Donor Church and the 2017 Winner of the Baby Sneaker Award during the Walk for Life at City Park on Oct. 8 in Parkersburg. The Walk benefits the Women's Care Center in Parkersburg.
|Hornor and Harrison marks 90th anniversaryParkersburg News / 5 d. 13 h. 29 min. ago more|
Photo by Jeff Baughan David Boone stands among the racks of men's clothing at Hornor and Harrison in Parkersburg. The locally owned men's and women's clothing store is celebrating its 90th anniversary.
|Masquerade ball, art program slated for downtown ParkersburgParkersburg News / 5 d. 17 h. 21 min. ago more|
File Photo A Thriller flash mob opened last year's Monster Mash on Market sponsored by Downtown PKB. This year's event will be Oct. 28 on the 400 block of Market Street in downtown Parkersburg.
|Junior League appoints Jane Burdette to international task forceParkersburg News / 5 d. 23 h. 28 min. ago more|
Jane Burdette has been appointed to serve on a Seat at the Table through the Association of Junior Leagues International. Fifteen members were selected from nearly 250,000 Junior League representatives.
|Borrelli closing Artcraft Studio started by father in 1925Parkersburg News / 6 d. 3 h. 25 min. ago more|
Photo courtesy of Bob Enoch Earlier this month, Artcraft Studio owner Paul Borrelli takes a photo down from the wall of the business his father opened in 1925. The walls that were once filled with photographs but are now bare white as Borrelli cleans out the business.
|"Toys For Tots" auto show to be held Saturday in Parkersburg - The News CenterGoogle News / 22 d. 4 h. 23 min. ago more|
The News Center"Toys For Tots" auto show to be held Saturday in ParkersburgThe News CenterPARKERSBURG, WV - The O'Reilly Auto Parts store on Blizzard Drive in Parkersburg will host a car show on Saturday to benefit Toys For Tots. The "Toys For Tots" Car Show will be from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. on Saturday, September 30th, at O'Reilly Auto ...
|"Kill the Bill, Don't Kill Us" rally takes place in Parkersburg - The News CenterGoogle News / 25 d. 2 h. 3 min. ago more|
The News Center"Kill the Bill, Don't Kill Us" rally takes place in ParkersburgThe News CenterOn Monday, Members of “Wood County Indivisible" and others gathered at Bicentennial Park in Parkersburg and chose a unique way to send their message. Sarah Townsend, member of the Wood County Indivisible, explained “There are signs to talk about ...