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The 36th Annual Honey Festival is held

The 36th Annual Honey Festival kicked off Saturday morning. A popular attraction is to watch Steve Conlon allow thousands of bees to crawl all over his face to make a beard.


The first Annual Party with a Purpose SW Resources Benefit Gala was held at the Grand Pointe Conference Center. All of the money received from attending the silent auction goes towards helping provide quality services and programs for people with disabilities.



In just a few short months, The American Legion Veterans Park in Belpre will have a new home.


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


Roger Sheppard Editorial: August 27, 2016


Small Vienna house fire sends woman to Camden Clark


'Grandparent scam' still catches victims


Washington Co. Sheriff's Office investigating New Matamoras Homicide


Law enforcement combat pistol league


UPDATE: Wetzel County Dispatch confirms areas evacuated are now cleared


Two local organizations are working to combat childhood hunger


High school football kicks off


Watch: Firefighters rescue dog trapped in hole


Police considering use for old South Parkersburg library


Parkersburg City Park volleyball court to be removed


Update: James Brandjes murder trial to begin Monday


Caution: High Heat Ahead


Pet of the Week: Wiley


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


Daybreak: Ask Dave


W.Va. Governor candidate Cole visits Wood Co.; discusses opioid abuse


WTAP News at 5-Interview-Mid-Ohio Valley rabies case


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