Barrier Busters forum is held at a local church in Parkersburg to discuss poverty issues

A 2 hour meeting was held by Circles Campaign of the Mid-Ohio Valley to discuss how to improve poverty in the Mountain State.


Already endorsed by Governor Kasich, Republican State Representative Andy Thompson announced his full endorsement for Lt. Gov Taylor, as well.



Some bridges and on-ramps will close next week on SR 7 & US 50 in Washington County for maintenance work. Read this story to see dates and locations of road closures.


A judge set Glennell Dorsett's bond at $200,000 on the condition of home confinement.


UPDATE: Three bids now submitted for Parkersburg Federal Building


Fenton Glass Gift Shop moves to Boaz


College Orientation Workshop pushes at-risk boys to succeed


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Charleston Police arrest man accused of setting woman on fire


Ice Cream Social


More high school graduates taking 'gap year'


Part of 51st Street in Vienna to close for sewer repair, starting July 25th


Parkersburg church offers free, week-long Reading Camp for Grades 2-5


Experts say social media is distorting reality of life


Rhodes: West Virginia voting machines cannot likely be hacked


UPDATE: Marietta Police reveal new details on cause of shooting at Red Roof Inn


Coolville man killed in single vehicle accident on SR-144 in Athens


Storms, high water leave their mark in Mid-Ohio Valley


Update: Local lawmaker doubts West Virginia road bond issue can pass


Town of Cairo in Ritchie County under a boil advisory


2 Parkersburg residents arrested on drug charges after traffic stop in Parkersburg


Historic marker dedicated for Root Covered Bridge in Washington County


Water main break disrupting traffic in South Parkersburg


Sinking putts for a good cause


Parkersburg man faces felony charges after SWAT team searches Lynn Street home


President Trump to visit West Virginia for National Jamboree


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