Law enforcement combat pistol league

Several law enforcement members met up today at the Wood County Sheriff's Range to take part in the Combat Pistol League.

Wetzel County Dispatch tells WTAP the evacuated areas of New Martinsville and Proctor are now clear, and residents can go back to their homes.

The Parkersburg Area Community Foundation was given $25,000.00 from the EQT Foundation. This money is going to support a backpack feeding program in Doddridge County Schools.

Over the past dozen years or so, WTAP and its website have posted thousands of obituaries.

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Police considering use for old South Parkersburg library

Pledge of Allegiance opt-out stirs controversy for school district

Parkersburg City Park volleyball court to be removed

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Adopt-A-Highway cleanup is Sept. 24 in West Virginia

Teen uses her own money to help homeless couple

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