WTAP 5 - Band of the Week: Warren High School

Thu Sep 19 14:44:57 PDT 2019

WTAP 5 - Band of the Week: Warren High School

Warren High School is WTAP's Band of the Week

WTAP 6 - St. Joes haunted house

A local recovery center is opening a haunted house fundraiser

WTAP 6 - Wash. Co. Imagination Library

Books are being purchased by a company to give books to little kids

WTAP 6 - Parkersburg Housing Authority

The housing authority discusses their homeownership program

WTAP 6 - Medicare changes during open enrollment

Medicare changes are allowed during Ohio's open enrollment period

WTAP 6 - W.Va. substance abuse plan

WV is doing what they can to improve opioid policy in the state

WTAP 6 - Commissioners across WV meeting

Commissioners across the state of West Virginia met to discuss several topics

 

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