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Originally a British settlement, Wheeling was the location of the Wheeling Convention in 1861, which established the state of West Virginia and Wheeling was the original state capital. West Virginia Independence Hall, the site of the Wheeling Convention remains in Wheeling to this day. Because of its proximity to Pittsburgh, Wheeling is very closely intertwined with the Pennsylvania city's media and sports teams.

Population: 29913
Local Newspapers: The Intelligencer Wheeling News-Register
Local Sports Teams: Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)
Local Colleges: Wheeling Jesuit University West Liberty University Bethany College

Zip Codes associated with wheeling, west virginia: 26003
Towns/Cities near wheeling, west virginia : Bridgeport Bethlehem Elm Grove Triadelphia Valley Grove Brookside OH

Wheeling News
Wheeling Park High School - SStudent Makes Plea to W.Va. Lawmakers to Save Governor's School

Photo Provided Katherine Leary of Wheeling represents the Governor's School for the Arts on Feb. 27 before the state House of Delegates. She spoke to urge them to continue funding the governor's schools that provide three-week academies each year for high-achieving sophomores in arts, entrepreneurship, math and science, or honors academics.

Police: Video Shows Suspect, Muzzle Flashes During East Wheeling Shooting

Video surveillance from a New Year's Eve shooting in East Wheeling allegedly shows muzzle flashes coming from Jerome Saunders near the spot where investigators later found 14 spent shell casings. That evidence and more led to Saunders' arrest on three felony charges last month, regarding the Dec. 31 shooting in Lane E near 15th Street that left one man wounded, according to a criminal complaint written by Detective Rob Safreed of the Wheeling Police Department.

Good Samaritan Brightens Ohio County Circuit Clerk's Day in Wheeling

On Wednesday, Miller drove from her home in Elm Grove to work at the City-County Building in downtown Wheeling. After she parked, she saw that her license plate was missing.

Wheeling police investigating Chase Bank robbery

According to officers, the suspect is a black man. He is around 5 foot 10 inches tall, and was last seen wearing a hat, glasses, a black jacket with patches on the sleeves and brown pants.

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A reported bank robbery late this morning at the Chase Bank branch at the junction of National Road and Washington Avenue has Wheeling police and Ohio County sheriff's deputies scouring the area looking for the suspect. The robber allegedly handed a teller a note before leaving on foot and getting into a car and heading west on National Road.

First hurdle in greyhound funding debate is today

"The citizens of West Virginia are investing $13 million in greyhound subsidies. "In a time we're potentially being forced to cut schools, higher education or healthcare because we don't have enough money in West Virginia, for us to continue to spend $13 million on greyhound subsidies would be a moral calamity.

ACLU chief says it's time to get involved

Joseph Cohen, executive director for the American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia, urges local residents to become members of the group and to stand up against discrimination in their communities during a town hall meeting Thursday at the Ohio County Public Library in Wheeling.

Certificate of need bill opposed

Economic development groups continue criticizing Senate Majority Leader Ryan Ferns' bill that would eliminate West Virginia's certificate of need program regulating who provides which health care services throughout the state.

iHeartMedia Names Mark Fuhrman Area President In West Virginia Region

MARK FUHRMAN has been named iHEARTMEDIA/WEST VIRGINIA Region Area President, effective immediately. As Area President, FUHRMAN will work with the programming, business, and sales teams for radio station brands in HUNTINGTON, PARKERSBURG, and WHEELING, WV to oversee on-air and digital programming as well as create new business and revenue opportunities.

Governor pushes $2.4 billion roads plan in Wheeling

A $135 million replacement of 14 bridges along Interstate 70 in Ohio County is on the list of West Virginia Division of Highways projects to begin if money can be found to fund them.

In conservative America, small cities stand up for LGBT rights

When Mike Lujano and George Lenz hoisted a rainbow flag outside their business in a Victorian brownstone on Market Street two decades ago, they found that few neighbors in socially conservative Wheeling, West Virginia, knew it was a symbol of gay pride. The married owners of Edna's hair salon in this faded industrial city of 28,000 at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains never dreamed that one day they would be at a packed city council meeting, cheering the passage of an ordinance barring discrimination over sexual orientation and gender identity.

After contentious public comment, council tables non-discrimination ordinance

Family Policy Council of West Virginia President Allen Whitt, right, discusses the format of the public forum during Tuesday's Parkersburg City Council meeting as Fairness West Virginia Executive Director Andrew Schneider listens. Family Policy Council of West Virginia President Allen Whitt, right, discusses the format of the public forum during Tuesday's Parkersburg City Council meeting as Fairness West Virginia Executive Director Andrew Schneider listens.

Elimination of greyhound breeding fund under consideration

The Senate Finance Committee is considering whether to end the Greyhound Breeding Development Fund, a move that's already a piece of the GOP-backed budget framework in the Legislature. Two fiscal notes , plus the GOP's budget framework discussed Monday, attribute $15 million in savings to eliminating the greyhound breeding development fund.

Ohio Valley jobless rate continues to increase

As President Donald Trump's administration touts the creation of 235,000 new jobs in February, the most recent reports show jobless rates rising for all 10 Upper Ohio Valley counties.

Mortgage: Tips for first-time home buyers can bring success

Buying a home can be thrilling and nerve-wracking at the same time, especially for first-time home buyers - it's difficult to know exactly what to expect. "In addition, the standards are higher in terms of what score you need and how it affects the cost of the loan," said Mike Winesburg , formerly a mortgage planner with McKinley Carter Wealth Services in Wheeling, West Virginia.

Eagle announces staff changes

Officials with Eagle Manufacturing Co. of Wellsburg have announced the promotion of Steve Roberts to national sales manager and the hiring of Michael Oliu and Ryan Sperlazza as international sales manager and business development manager, respectively.

Wheeling Hospital makes $5.5M deal for Sistersville

During a special meeting last week, council unanimously approved the offer from Wheeling Hospital to assume SGH's debts and liabilities.

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