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Parkersburg is the third largest city in West Virginia and is home to the Bureau of the Public Debt, an agency of the U.S. Treasury Department. Originally named Newport, but the town was renamed Parkersburg in 1810 after Alexander Parker, a Revolutionary War hero. In 2008, the city finished second in ESPN's TitleTown USA competition thanks to the success of Parkersburg, Parkersburg South and Parkersburg Catholic High Schools. Between the schools, they have won 192 high school state championships.
Local Newspapers: The Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Mountain State College West Virginia University at Parkersburg Ohio Valley University
Zip Codes associated with parkersburg, west virginia:
26101 26104 26105
Towns/Cities near parkersburg, west virginia : Washington Boaz Marietta Williamstown Vienna Blennerhassett Mineral Wells
Newcomer Isner to run for House 59th District seat
On Monday, just over six months after graduating from West Virginia University College of Law, Isner filed to run as a Democrat for the House of Delegates seat in the 59th District. Born and raised in Parkersburg, Isner, 25, moved to Eastern Panhandle in 2012 to attend Shepherd University, then law school and settle down here with his wife, Taylor Coplin.New chapter in works for downtown Parkersburga s Dils Center
Photo by Evan Bevins Dils Center LLC managing partner Todd Stubbe said he's excited about unfinished spaces like this kitchen area in the Dils building, which he said would be an ideal place for an underground concert event. Photo by Evan Bevins The Dils Center's new owner has plans for it to serve as an event/convention center, music venue, business space and site of loft apartments.Wood County Board of Education meets Tuesday
The Wood County Board of Education meets Tuesday to discuss food service accounts, personnel reviews and receive an update on Wood County Schools facilities bond projects. The board meets at 6:30 p.m. at Wood County Schools central office at 13th and Plum streets in Parkersburg.Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
UP: To news that ground has been broken on a new compressor station for the Mountaineer XPress pipeline, in Calhoun County. TransCanada's Columbia Gas Transmission is building the $2 million, 165-mile pipeline from Marshall County to Cabell County, including the White Oak Compressor Station.Camden Avenue blaze claims first fire death of 2018
Photo by Jeffrey Saulton Firefighters from the Parkersburg Fire Department responded to a fire in this apartment building at 1208 Camden Ave. Friday evening. Photo by Jeffrey Saulton Parkersburg Fire Department Capt.Parkersburg City Council readies agenda for Tuesday
City Council will consider a grant application for firefighting equipment and changes to the rules governing city parks when it meets Tuesday. The meeting is slated for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers on the second floor of the Municipal Building.Cornerstone Healthcare joins WVU Camden Clark Medical Center
Photo Provided The members of Cornerstone Healthcare are, from left, Dr. David Cramer, Dr. Gabriella Olsen, Dr. Stephan Hanna, Dr. Joan Allman and Dr. William Cartwright. Photo by Wayne Towner Cornerstone Healthcare, located at 1907 Ann St. in Parkersburg, is now part of WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center.Changes on horizon for Parkersburg Homecoming
The 2018 Parkersburg Homecoming will return to a three-day format, and that's just one of many changes on the horizon, Homecoming President Michael Cottrell said. In 2017, its 35th year, the Homecoming was shortened from a three-day event to Friday and Saturday in an effort to cut costs and reallocate resources.Wood County Commission seeks sales tax
Wood County officials want to meet with state lawmakers to see if a bill can be introduced this legislative session that would allow counties to enact a 1 percent sales tax like many municipalities have through Home Rule. Wood County Commission President Blair Couch on Thursday suggested the commission meet with local state delegates and state senators to see if a bill could be drawn up and presented.Attorney General Morrisey, Faith Leaders to Tackle Opioid Abuse in Logan County
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will travel to Logan County to continue a faith-based initiative aimed at empowering religious groups across the Mountain State in the fight against substance abuse. The Attorney General's "Combating Addiction with Grace" program will roll into Logan for a conference next week at Word of Life Church.Snow, ice prompt school closures across MOV
Wood County Schools called for a two-hour delay Monday evening as forecasters warned of an overnight freeze and snow. Officials announced schools would be closed around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.Rep. McKinleya s assertions are wrong
U.S. Rep. David McKinley submitted a piece that was run in the Parkersburg News and Sentinel, praising the first year of the Trump presidency as an enormous success. The Congressman could not be more wrong.Second body recovered from creek
About an hour after searchers resumed recovery efforts Saturday, the body of a second passenger was found in a Jeep that was swept away by high waters along Laurel Creek on Friday. Wood County Sheriff Steve Stephens said the body of Robert Smith Jr., 56, was found by a member of the Waverly Volunteer Fire Department shortly after the search resumed Saturday.Wood Magistrate
* Jeremy D. Sargent, 35, 280 Ridgeway Drive, Apt. D, Marietta, was arraigned on citations of speeding, 40 mph in a 25 mph zone, no seat belt, possession of a controlled substance and no insurance and was released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond.Area residents, clergy gather at Parkersburg church to honor King's life, dream
Photo by Brett Dunlap Pastor Charles Grays of Zion Baptist Church and Pastor Casey Dawson of Sunrise Baptist Church spoke Sunday at a service to commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in fighting for racial equality. Photo by Brett Dunlap Around 30 people gathered from around the community Sunday at Zion Baptist Church in Parkersburg for a service to commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. People got up and greeted one another during the service.Courses on farming scheduled in Parkersburg
The Wood County Beef Association and the WVU Extension Services will offering a series of Farmers Short Courses each week from Jan. 18 to March 22. The courses are open to the public and free of charge.Free, Lepp to speak as part of Blennerhassett Museum lecture series
Photo Provided Musician Steve Free of Portsmouth, Ohio, will present a program on folk music at 2 p.m. Feb. 18 at the Blennerhassett Museum of Regional History. Photo Provided Storyteller Bil Lepp of Charleston, will give a program called "Fact or Fiction" at 2 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Blennerhassett Museum of Regional History.
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