We hope you will support one — or both! — of our projects that are part of the Amazing Raise this year. Donate to the Soldiers and Sailors monument move or Mt. Wood Cemetery restoration project on May 1.
Wheeling Heritage has once again been designated as an accredited Main Street America program for meeting rigorous performance standards set by the National Main Street Center.
Jake Dougherty, the executive director of Wheeling Heritage, has been named to a national list of honorees by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Wheeling Heritage, in partnership with the Wheeling Historic Landmarks Commission, has selected Heritage Architectural Services to complete the National Register of Historic Places nomination for South Wheeling.
Wheeling Heritage will host its 22nd annual Wheeling Celtic Celebration on Saturday, March 3, at the Wheeling Artisan Center, 1400 Main Street, Wheeling. The event will open with entertainment and activities at 11 a.m. and continue until 11 p.m.
Wheeling Heritage and Regional Economic Development Partnership (RED) are bringing CO.STARTERS, a program for entrepreneurs and small business owners, to Wheeling. The program equips entrepreneurs of all kinds with the insights, relationships and tools needed to turn business ideas into action. Those who have a project idea or want to expand a current business can […]
From diners to fine dining, our latest Wheeling Eats brochure highlights a wide array of locally owned Wheeling restaurants. The brochure is a project of a Main Street committee. Volunteers on the committee planned the project…
Four Wheeling businesses with hopes to expand shared their ideas with more than 200 Show of Hands attendees on Jan. 24 at the Artisan Center. The big winner was Zeb’s Barky Bites, a local dog treat company that has plans to open in Centre Market.
From a food truck to a dog treat company, four local businesses are looking to expand. They will each make a pitch at Wheeling Heritage’s Show of Hands on Jan. 24.
A popular book sale has raised more than $5,000 for the restoration of Mt. Wood Cemetery. Wheeling Heritage’s Old and Used Book Sale, invited book lovers to browse more than 15,000 books, most of which were priced at $1.