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PM Company hosts 'Spirit of Giving'

The PM Company is giving back to the community for the holidays.


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Camden Clark Medical Center hosted its luminary dedication Thursday.


Wood County Prosecutor Jason Wharton will become a circuit court judge in January, succeeding long-time judge Jeff Reed.


Parkersburg Livestock Market to hold first auction December 16


The Latest: The Ohio House has approved a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks.


Christmas tree celebrates lives and service of veterans


Update: Via Air adds a new destination mid-December


Sen. Sherrod Brown is battling opioid abuse and fights for coal miner healthcare


Three-car crash sends at least one to hospital


The acronym I.P.D.E. can keep you safe while driving


Thefts are on the rise as the season of giving approaches


Miss America meets youngest fan who shares her name


Senator Capito working to pass legislation to benefit coal miners


Former astronaut, US Sen. John Glenn of Ohio has died at 95


Stahl's Christmas store to close its doors


Marietta police searching for stolen kettle


Boil-water advisory issued for customers in North Hills


Daybreak: It's A Wonderful Life


Parkersburg, Marietta remember lives lost 75 years ago at Pearl Harbor


West Virginia author offers book signings at comic book store


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