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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
Officials: Needle Program in Wheeling Doing Its Job

Amid the ongoing opioid epidemic, local officials remain convinced the current needle exchange program reduces the risk of infectious disease in the community. The problems cited in Charleston have, to this point, not been reported in the Northern Panhandle.

Bethlehem Hillside Slip-Slidin' Away

Photos by Scott McCloskey Construction crews continue moving dirt from a hillside below Oak Circle Drive to Bethlehem Community Park following a recent hill slip. A major slip repair is progressing on schedule following a large earth slide just below Oak Circle Drive and behind Community Park in Bethlehem, Mayor Tim Bishop said.

Parties Discuss Plea Agreement In Fatal Bellaire Home Invasion Case

The sole remaining co-defendant in the Bellaire home invasion attempt that proved fatal for one of the apparent participants was in court Monday, and the case may soon be resolved. Thomas Earl Grubba, 34, of Wheeling is accused of conspiring with Joshua Gorayeb, 34, of Wheeling and four others to invade a home at 4157 Noble St. for the purpose of stealing drugs.

Wheeling mayor to focus on economic development in Tuesday State of City Address

Continued economic development is at the forefront of Wheeling Mayor Glenn Elliott's agenda for the coming year in his Ohio County city. "It's hard to find a property right now in Downtown Wheeling that's not being actively looked at or shopped or which is already under development," Elliott told MetroNews of the potential in Wheeling's Downtown Central Business District.

City to continue demolition process on West Street

The city's Building Enforcement Agency has decided to continue with the demolition process on four downtown properties, after officials expressed dissatisfaction with the cleanup efforts of the owner.

Female Veterans Invited to Screen - Women of War' Film in Wheeling

The Wheeling Veterans Center continually assists local men and women who have been in the military service as they transition to civilian life. That can include all types of services and outreach for troops.

W. Va. teachers return to class after 9-day strike

West Virginia teachers and students returned to the classroom today after the educators ended the longest strike in state history and achieved their goal of getting a 5 percent pay hike. Schools throughout the state reopened their doors and many teachers waited in front of campuses to welcome back 222,000 students, who had been out of classes throughout the nine school days the strike lasted.

Wheeling Council: No More Talk Needed on $35M Budget

City firefighter Mike Haney said higher wages as part of Wheeling's new $35 million budget would help offset a 5-percent hike in health care costs, but he's confident he and his co-workers will see a pay raise eventually. "It's the same thing every year.

Former Kirka s Art Supplies Property in Wheeling Soon To - SBecome Blank Canvas

Photo by Casey Junkins Contractors with Edgco Inc. prepare to demolish the former Kirk's Art Supplies building on Market Street in downtown Wheeling. Wheeling city leaders said the former Kirk's Art Supplies building on Market Street should be reduced to rubble by the end of this week, at a cost of about $50,000.

Why West Virginiaa s Teachers Arena t Backing Down

Early on Monday morning, just as schools would usually be opening across West Virginia, the Ohio County Board of Education gathered in a auditorium in Wheeling Park High School to hear comments from local parents and the school district's employees on the state's teacher strike. Flanked by the US and state flags, board members and district administrators urged unity with the instructors, who were about to spend their eighth work day out of the classroom as they seek increased pay and a dedicated funding source for their employment benefits.

Putting Big-City Pushers in Prison

Give Belmont County's Major Crimes Unit credit for targeting the right people in their ongoing battle against drug abuse. The unit, composed of law enforcement officers and officials from throughout the county, has a good record of arresting out-of-town pushers.

New Director Plays Up Vision for Kids' Museum

New director Terra Crews has a vision for the Children's Museum of the Ohio Valley that includes exploration and discovery stations that children experience on their own terms. Crews, a Buckhannon, W.Va., native whose husband, Micah, is from Wheeling, came on board last Monday and said her first orders of business are to give the museum space at 1000 Main St. a thorough cleaning, clearing out and painting.

Jaycees Name Outstanding Young West Virginians

The West Virginia Jaycees recently honored three individuals, including a resident of Glen Dale, with its Outstanding Young West Virginian award, according to West Virginia Junior Chamber Chairman of the Board Craig Erbacher. Jeremy Harrison of Glen Dale, Caitlin Ahrens of Fairmont and Ruth Caruthers of Crawley received awards at the Jaycees winter convention held at the Springhill Suites in Wheeling.

Grandparents Scam Despicable

One of the nicest, most compassionate women in Wheeling called us Friday to alert us that a new round of Here's how it works: A scam artist calls an older woman, claiming her grandson has been arrested and needs bail money. A credit card or bank account number is requested.

Opportunities Available With Wheeling Police Department

Wheeling police Sgt. William Nolan prepares to head out on patrol. The city is seeking to fill three vacancies on its police force.

Wheeling Budget Nears $35 Million Mark This Year

Even though Wheeling leaders plan to spend about $35 million in the new fiscal year that begins July 1, City Manager Robert Herron said employees will face a 5-percent increase in health care premiums without seeing an immediate pay raise. Herron, Mayor Glenn Elliott and Vice Mayor Chad Thalman hope they can provide a pay increase for firefighters, police officers, secretaries, public works department employees and and other city workers in July, once the current fiscal year comes to an end.

It's All Fun and Games at the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum in Wheeling

Photo by Jessica Broverman Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum gift shop manager Lynn Maguire looks over one of the interactive exhibits at the facility, which marked its 20th anniversary over the weekend. The Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum showcased a newly revised doll room and offered a build-your-own-dollhouse event for its 20th-anniversary celebration, which took place over the weekend.

Wood Magistrate

* Bradley Miles Hanlon, 27, 52 Haddale Ave., Wheeling, was arraigned on a charge of driving while impaired and was released on a $3,000 personal recognizance bond. * Carl C. Robinson, 29, 621 33rd St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of falsely reporting an emergency and was released on a $3,000 personal recognizance bond.

College Students Hear Wheelinga s Story

Bekah Karelis of Wheeling Heritage, in yellow, explains the history of the Wheeling Suspension Bridge to students in Christina Fisanik's digital storytelling class on Thursday. This is the second time the California University of Pennsylvania professor, who lives in Wheeling, has brought her class to the Friendly City, where they receive a group tour of historic landmarks on the first day and on the second day split off in teams to research specific topics they have chosen, such as The Linsly School, West Virginia Independence Hall and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston.

Rescue Imperiled Pension Programs

Imagine everyone who lives in Wheeling suddenly being told their incomes are being cut off. Imagine them being old enough that they had few prospects of replacing that loss.

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