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Wheeling's Society and Lifestyle Magazine. INWheeling Magazine offers a glimpse into the culture and society that define West Virginia's first and finest city. INWheeling Magazine is postured to become the definitive portal into the City's style, social events, arts, homes, and food. INWheeling Magazine engages the most affluent, savvy, and influential readers in the tri state area with distinctive and intriguing insights into our City. Our Magazine will make you proud to be INWheeling.

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Hi! I have enjoyed looking at the photos of Wheeling and was hoping to see a photo of Clay Elementary School, there were photos of every corner and across the street from the school but none of the school! Can you include one of the school in the future? The gray house on the corner was boarded up when I attended Clay in the early 1970's, I can't beleive it is still there. I used to wander around all those streets,buildings and bridges as a child. Thanks for the memories!

Being born in Wheenling I do not feel that this is at all a good picture. Sorry! Leslieswiger Toronto, Ontario, Canada

this is a picture of chapline street,picture in forground at one time was ice's barber shop.the bar down the street was bernie's,next to bernie's was the kathrine apt.(2345chapline street)next to kathrine apt.lived john mc kee who's stepson is ed raper,former wheeling ironman football player,retired wheeling fireman.

Visting Wheeling is like going back in a time warp. The buildings are old. I think time stopped in about 1976 there.

The best fish sandwiches in the country can be found in the centre market.

I remember that house, it's a beautiful home, on the corner of Romney and National Rd. My grandmother and aunt use to live across the street in the big YELLOW house. In fact, they were living there at the time you were cutting the grass. Small world.

I grew up here in East Whg in the 1950s. It breaks my heart to see all these once beautiful homes destroyed when Vineyard Hills starting to move down into East Whg.

i attended vance memorial from the childrens home in woodsdale from 1948- 1953 each sunday and week days from woodsdale elementary school. A mr. Jack Hubarker use to be my hon. dad for special occ. i went to school with his son. also joined boy scouts from the church. have many fond memories from vance memorial. thank you for everything, sincerely yours william Poole

Thank you for your correction-- we have modified the location to the best of our ability.

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