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Boil-water advisory issued for customers in North Hills

A boil-water advisory remains in effect for some North Hills customers while crews repair a water leak.




This weekend at the Mid-Ohio Valley Players


Parkersburg and Marietta held remembrance ceremonies to honor the lives lost during the attacks at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.


West Virginia author offers book signings at comic book store


A local non-profit has earned it's accreditation in record time


15-year-old sparks idea for girls computer coding class


Stolen Kettle Update

Stolen Kettle

Rayon Drive wreck

Parkersburg accident

Wood County sheriff-elect begins naming administrative heads


Parkersburg woman injured in head-on crash on Rayon Drive


Former astronaut, US Sen. John Glenn is hospitalized in Ohio


2 juveniles charged in Tennessee wildfires that killed 14


The Latest: OH Senate committee expands concealed guns law


After years on the street, woman finds a place to call home


West Virginia 3-year-old found along street; parents charged


Justice team taps advisers on economy, energy, environment


Ohio lawmakers OK bill targeting repeat drunken drivers


Ohio's GOP treasurer plans another run for US Senate


Trump to visit victims of Ohio State attack


OH Gov. Kasich tells state electors to vote for Trump, not him


Parkersburg Art Center receives $500 donation


Parkersburg police looking for suspect in strong armed robbery at La Cafe restaurant


Pearl Harbor attack remembered on 75th anniversary


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