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Turley Tim Funeral Director

109 South Chester Street
New Cumberland, WV 26047
(304) 564-3111
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Christian Norris

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Christian also loved to watch his favorite football team the Miami Dolphins.The family includes; his parents, David and Shelly Norris of the home; his brothers, Caleb A. Norris of New Cumberland, Pennsylvania and Noah A. Norris of Ketchum; his grandparents, Dorothy and Bob Renfro of Ketchum, Elaine and Billy Kerns of Ramona, Fred and Jackie Norris of Tulsa.The family will receive friends from 6-8 PM on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the Luginbuel Funeral Home in Vinita.The funeral service will held Friday, April 7, 2017 at 2:00 PM, in the Luginbuel Chapel, with Pastor Tommy Scott officiating. Interment will follow at the Ketchum Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.honoringmemories.com. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Home of Vinita.

Fayetteville officials eye lower Bragg Boulevard for redevelopment - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, February 20, 2017

Sparky's and Bottoms Up strip clubs. Lowery Jacobs, who owns the land and runs Sparky's, did not return messages to comment for this story.According to new Cumberland County tax values, the parcel where the two clubs operate is valued at $336,000.In the 1980s, the city zoned out the strip clubs downtown along Hay Street. Many of those businesses relocated to Bragg Boulevard. The city's latest redevelopment plans would further drive the nightclubs away from downtown.Murray Duggins, a Fayetteville developer who has built many affordable-housing apartment complexes, said the area has great potential for redevelopment. It's getting a new bridge, and it will be within sight of the city's planned baseball stadium on Hay Street."It's convenient to everything," Duggins said. "You can hop on the boulevard and be downtown."Fayetteville businessman Rajan Shamdasani sees potential, too. Six years ago, his family, with the help of local tax incentives, built the Villagio luxury apartments on Bragg Boulevard north of Sycamore Dairy Road."Fayetteville is slowly changing from its old image to a new Fa...

Out & About - The Review

Monday, December 05, 2016

Friday in the ELHS cafeteria. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the auction begins at 6:30. There is a $5 donation at the door, which includes a first paddle. Additional paddles are $2 each.n NEW CUMBERLAND — Swaney Memorial Library will hold its annual “Breakfast with Santa” 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the New Cumberland VFW. Cost is $3 per breakfast or the donation of a pair of gloves or mittens. Bring a camera to get pictures with Santa.n EAST LIVERPOOL — Bar Mill Retirees meet for breakfast 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Maxi’s.n EAST LIVERPOOL — The Museum of Ceramics will host “Acoustic Night at the Museum” at 7 p.m. Thursday as Bob Walker and Gregg Harding perform original music and will entertain with cover songs.Doors open at 6 p.m. so visitors may have time to view the exhibits, including two new temporary exhibits “Resplendent Rockingham” and “Lovely Lotus Ware,” prior to the performance. Admission is $5 for this event. Free for Museum or OHC members.Both Walker and Harding are area songwriters and performers. They will perform several of Walker’s original songs, including “The Hot Dog Shop.”Walker has a private counseling practice in East Liverpool and is adjunct faculty of psychology at Kent State-East Liverpool.Harding is the lead singer of Bananafish and teaches at East Liverpool High School. Bananafish has a new CD of original songs, composed by Harding, that will be released soon. Harding and Walker will perform select cuts from the CD.For more information about this event, call the Museum of Ceramics at 330-386-6001.

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Christian Norris

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Christian also loved to watch his favorite football team the Miami Dolphins.The family includes; his parents, David and Shelly Norris of the home; his brothers, Caleb A. Norris of New Cumberland, Pennsylvania and Noah A. Norris of Ketchum; his grandparents, Dorothy and Bob Renfro of Ketchum, Elaine and Billy Kerns of Ramona, Fred and Jackie Norris of Tulsa.The family will receive friends from 6-8 PM on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the Luginbuel Funeral Home in Vinita.The funeral service will held Friday, April 7, 2017 at 2:00 PM, in the Luginbuel Chapel, with Pastor Tommy Scott officiating. Interment will follow at the Ketchum Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.honoringmemories.com. Arrangements are by the Luginbuel Funeral Home of Vinita.

Fayetteville officials eye lower Bragg Boulevard for redevelopment - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, February 20, 2017

Sparky's and Bottoms Up strip clubs. Lowery Jacobs, who owns the land and runs Sparky's, did not return messages to comment for this story.According to new Cumberland County tax values, the parcel where the two clubs operate is valued at $336,000.In the 1980s, the city zoned out the strip clubs downtown along Hay Street. Many of those businesses relocated to Bragg Boulevard. The city's latest redevelopment plans would further drive the nightclubs away from downtown.Murray Duggins, a Fayetteville developer who has built many affordable-housing apartment complexes, said the area has great potential for redevelopment. It's getting a new bridge, and it will be within sight of the city's planned baseball stadium on Hay Street."It's convenient to everything," Duggins said. "You can hop on the boulevard and be downtown."Fayetteville businessman Rajan Shamdasani sees potential, too. Six years ago, his family, with the help of local tax incentives, built the Villagio luxury apartments on Bragg Boulevard north of Sycamore Dairy Road."Fayetteville is slowly changing from its old image to a new Fa...

Out & About - The Review

Monday, December 05, 2016

Friday in the ELHS cafeteria. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the auction begins at 6:30. There is a $5 donation at the door, which includes a first paddle. Additional paddles are $2 each.n NEW CUMBERLAND — Swaney Memorial Library will hold its annual “Breakfast with Santa” 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the New Cumberland VFW. Cost is $3 per breakfast or the donation of a pair of gloves or mittens. Bring a camera to get pictures with Santa.n EAST LIVERPOOL — Bar Mill Retirees meet for breakfast 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Maxi’s.n EAST LIVERPOOL — The Museum of Ceramics will host “Acoustic Night at the Museum” at 7 p.m. Thursday as Bob Walker and Gregg Harding perform original music and will entertain with cover songs.Doors open at 6 p.m. so visitors may have time to view the exhibits, including two new temporary exhibits “Resplendent Rockingham” and “Lovely Lotus Ware,” prior to the performance. Admission is $5 for this event. Free for Museum or OHC members.Both Walker and Harding are area songwriters and performers. They will perform several of Walker’s original songs, including “The Hot Dog Shop.”Walker has a private counseling practice in East Liverpool and is adjunct faculty of psychology at Kent State-East Liverpool.Harding is the lead singer of Bananafish and teaches at East Liverpool High School. Bananafish has a new CD of original songs, composed by Harding, that will be released soon. Harding and Walker will perform select cuts from the CD.For more information about this event, call the Museum of Ceramics at 330-386-6001.