Wheeling Awaiting Decision on $15.3M Grant to Fund Streetscaping Project-

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City officials are waiting on a decision from the federal government regarding approval of a $15.3 million grant that would allow Wheeling to move forward with its streetscaping project. Wheeling Mayor Glenn Elliott and City Manager Robert Herron met with state and federal leaders in Washington, D.C. last week to gain support for a U.S. Department of Transportation BUILD grant to fund…

End Vendetta and Find Solutions for Americans

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Over the last year a million illegal migrants were taken into custody at our southern border — the highest level since 2007. A renegotiated trade deal with two of our largest trading partners — Canada and Mexico — is stalled. Skyrocketing prescription drug prices continue to increase health care costs on Americans. Yet instead of seriously addressing these issues, Speaker Nancy Pelosi…

NASA support contract awarded to West Virginia University Research Corp. – Parkersburg News

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A contract for support services at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Katherine Johnson Independent Verification and Validation facility in Fairmont, has been awarded to the West Virginia University Research Corp. in Morgantown, officials said. The Operations and Maintenance 2 contract is a cost-no-fee contract and has a total potential value of $24.9 million. The…

We must keep our promise to mine workers

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Perhaps the warning light on your dash is nothing major, but what if it is? No one wants to pay for repairs that might not be needed, but we know that ignoring or avoiding the issue is to do so at your peril and sometimes at great cost. Congress is facing a flashing warning light with the looming insolvency of the United Mine Workers (UMWA) 1974 pension plan. Now is the time to finally…

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