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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
St. Michael Students Earn Pierpont Essay Prizes

Photo by Linda Comins Winners of the West Virginia Independence Hall Foundation's writing contest are St. Michael Parish School students, from left, Margaret Hartzell, second place; Gino Gentile, third place, and Hunter Midcap, first place. Offering congratulations are foundation members, back row from left, Pattie Hershey, Lynne Exley, Dr. Joseph Laker and Dr. Leslie Liedel.

Earl Leasure

Earl "Junior" Leasure, 90, of Paden City, WV went home on Saturday, February 18, 2017 while at Wetzel County Hospital. Earl was born October 11, 1926 in New Martinsville, WV, son of the late Henry B. and Madeline Lasure.

American Legion Post 89 in Wheeling Looking For A Chance to Improve

Leaders of the American Legion Post 89 came to Tuesday's public hearing on the bar's future with a plan for improvement - if Wheeling City Council gives them the chance. Two weeks after City Manager Robert Herron and Police Chief Shawn Schwertfeger recommended council declare the 1419 Jacob St. bar a public nuisance and shut it down, Legion members announced that manager Eugene Bernie has resigned.

Help with Dilapidated Structures Sought in West Virginia

Local government officials go through a tedious process to improve or remove dilapidated, unsafe structures in the community - sometimes waiting up to two years before they're allowed to act. To quicken the process, the West Virginia Municipal League plans to propose eliminating a step that requires a municipality to go to circuit court.

List of Charges Filed After Motorcycle Chase in Moundsville

A Moundsville man faces almost 20 traffic charges after he allegedly led police on a high-speed chase on a motorcycle. Around 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, police received complaints of a reckless motorcycle driver in the area of 12th Street in Moundsville.

Ihlenfeld returns to private practice

The former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia has started his transition back to private practice in hopes of further serving the state. William J. Ihlenfeld II has decided to return to private practice after serving as one of the state's top prosecutors for more than six years.

Talent sought for new country musical

Auditions will be held 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 25, noon to 6 p.m. Feb. 26, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 27 and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Stifel Fine Arts Center, 1330 National Road, Wheeling. is the story of a young singer-songwriter who has to choose between his dreams of stardom in Nashville and the girl of his dreams in his hometown.

Former U.S. Attorney outlines new tool for fighting drug abuse

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. - There is often a common refrain among the average citizen who attends a forum, conference, or meeting pertaining to substance abuse: "When can we stop talking and start doing?" "A new application that can be used to track overdoses, fatal and non-fatal," Bill Ihlenfeld, the former U.S. Attorney for West Virginia's Northern District, said Tuesday night.

Hunter Willey

Hunter Lee Willey, 9, of Sistersville, W.Va., died Tuesday, January 24, 2017 as the result of a house fire. Hunter was born July 23, 2007 in Wheeling, W.Va., son of Timothy Lee Willey and Tiffany Evans.

Wheeling City Manager Herron Recommends Legion Post 89 Be Declared Public Nuisance

In light of a shots fired incident in East Wheeling on Dec. 31, as well as other incidents possibly related to the American Legion Post 89, Wheeling Police Chief Shawn Schwertfeger and City Manager Robert Herron have asked Wheeling City Council to consider deeming the 15th Street bar a public nuisance and shuttering it. Council unanimously approved a resolution today to schedule a public hearing for the matter at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21. Schwertfeger will present evidence to council at that time for the basis of such a decision, and ownership, management and those who support the private club will likely defend the establishment.

West Virginia Northern Community College Looks to Train for Future Belmont County Ethane Cracker

A new program at West Virginia Northern Community College could help train local men and women to work at PTT Global Chemical's ethane cracker near Dilles Bottom if the company ultimately decides to move forward with the plant. In July, WVNCC created an accelerated chemical operator technology program with funds from a $1.7 million United States Department of Labor grant.

Taking Chance On Old Buildings

Restoring two dilapidated buildings at a choice location on Main Street in Wheeling is far from a done deal. Any number of things could come up to scrap the proposal.

Overdose Antidote Kits Distributed in West Virginia

West Virginia health officials are responding to opioid overdoses by distributing more than 8,000 kits with an antidote - Naloxone - that can get people breathing again if administered in time. Money for the kits comes from a $1 million federal grant to West Virginia, which has had the nation's highest rate of overdose deaths.

Recycling Bins Removed Due to Ongoing Illegal Dumping in Bethlehem

Ohio County Solid Waste Authority officials have decided to remove the large recycling bins from behind Bethlehem's ballfield along W.Va. 88 because of ongoing problems with illegal dumping at the site.

WV Business College Barred From Using Grant Money

The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission has barred students at the West Virginia Business College from using money from a grant program for low-income students to pay for future classes. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the commission approved a resolution Friday involving the private college, which has campuses in Wheeling and Nutter Fort.

West Virginia Business College removed from state grant program

The state Higher Education Policy Commission approved a resolution Friday excluding West Virginia Business College from a key financial aid program following the current semester. Acting on a report showing a number of problems with disbursement, the commission voted WVBC students at campuses in Nutter Fort and Wheeling would no longer receive awards from the state Higher Education Grant Program in the remainder of the 2016-17 award year.

Parking Enforcement Hits the Fast Lane in Downtown Wheeling

Beginning this week, civilian parking enforcement officers in Wheeling will be able to issue citations for infractions beyond simple overtime meter parking. These will include violations such as misuse of handicapped parking spots and parking in front of fire hydrants, bus zones, yellow curbs, loading zones and other areas where parking is forbidden.

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