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Wesley and Windsor Township under boil advisory

The Tri-County Rural and Sewer District issued a water boil advisory for Wesley Township, Windsor Township, and three roads in Palmer Township.


The Wood County Board of Education met Tuesday night covering a variety of topics.



The Moose Lodge in south Parkersburg gave the Parkersburg Police Department a check for one thousand dollars.


At least once a year the city of Vienna takes the time to mill their roads.


LIVESTREAM: CCMC forum Wednesday, August 24 7-8 PM ET


WTAP News at 5-Interview- EVE, Incorporated annual benefit auction


Quads come early, doubling family's size


WTAP News at 5-To Your Health-August 23, 2016


Update: New trial date set for former Parkersburg finance director


A growing accident problem: Hitting the gas instead of the brake


Update: Parkersburg City Council lowers floodwall maintenance fees


No 'Golden Week' for Ohio voters


TV news crew finds missing woman while covering story


Randy Travis to return to Marietta 30 years later


Group to restore West Virginia flood victims' damaged photos


West Virginia Wesleyan moves toward tobacco-free status


Update: Mediation ordered in lawsuit for autopsies in family killing


Update: Cincinnati Zoo Twitter account gone amid Harambe comments


Update: Union Williams PSD lifts boil water advisory


WTAP News at Eleven-To Your Health-August 22, 2016


Daybreak-To Your Health-August 23, 2016


Fairview Avenue Road partial closure


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