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Ivor’s Trunk positions itself for future
LAWRENCE PIERCE | Gazette
Ivor’s Trunk positions itself for future

At 65, Ivor Sheff, owner of the downtown Charleston niche boutique Ivor’s Trunk, is ready for retirement — but he has plans for his store to continue to serve Charleston, and maybe expand after he steps aside.

Ivor’s Trunk positions itself for future
Ivor’s Trunk positions itself for future

At 65, Ivor Sheff, owner of the downtown Charleston niche boutique Ivor’s Trunk, is ready for retirement — but he has plans for his store to continue to serve Charleston, and maybe expand after he steps aside....

Putnam’s first Aldi opens Dec. 4

TEAYS VALLEY, W.Va. — Putnam County’s first Aldi grocery store will open Dec. 4 at the Teays Valley exit of Interstate 64.

Aldi will host a 9 a.m. ribbon-cutting, allow guests to sample...

Proposed shopping center on Corridor G held up by traffic concerns
Proposed shopping center on Corridor G held up by traffic concerns

A developer wants to build a new shopping center along Corridor G in Kanawha County, but traffic concerns have the project at a standstill.

TSG Properties, also known as The Staenberg Group, wants to build a shopping center across Corridor G...

Community notes: Nov. 19-25, 2014
Community notes: Nov. 19-25, 2014

The Robinson United Methodist Church ladies group will host a Christmas bazaar on Dec. 6 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the One Room Schoolhouse, located at 3085 Browns Creek Rd., St. Albans. The bazaar will feature unique gifts and...

Holiday shopping season off to early start, again
Holiday shopping season off to early start, again

Nationwide stores are kicking off the holiday shopping season on Thanksgiving Day, with some stores opening even earlier than last year.

Target stores will open two hours earlier this year at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

The Charleston Town...

Montgomery County, Virginia board opposes pipeline route

CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. – Montgomery County’s Board of Supervisors is opposing the proposed route of a natural gas pipeline through the county.

Media outlets report that the board voted 5-1 on Wednesday night to approve a resolution...

Williams Lea expands Wheeling operations center

WHEELING, W.Va. – The Williams Lea Group has expanded its Wheeling operations center and plans to hire 100 additional workers.

The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday for the 11,250-square-foot expansion at the Stone Center...

BB&T pushes into Mid-Atlantic with Susquehanna buy

NEW YORK – BB&T, a commercial bank based in North Carolina, is buying Susquehanna Bancshares in a deal that will broaden the bank’s reach into the Mid-Atlantic region.

News of the deal, which is worth $2.5 billion in cash and stock,...

Hilton hotel could come to downtown Charleston
Hilton hotel could come to downtown Charleston

Charleston Urban Renewal Authority is waiting for an official agreement between a developer and the Hilton chain before selling property on Quarrier Street in downtown Charleston.

CURA Director Jim Edwards confirmed that KM Hotels wants to build ...

BB&T pushes into Mid-Atlantic with Susquehanna buy

NEW YORK – BB&T, a commercial bank based in North Carolina, is buying Susquehanna Bancshares in a deal that will broaden the bank’s reach into the Mid-Atlantic region.

News of the deal, which is worth $2.5 billion in cash and stock,...

New transmissions roll off Toyota assembly line

BUFFALO — New products rolled off the assembly line at the Toyota West Virginia Motor Manufacturing plant in Putnam County on Tuesday.

The first six-speed high-torque automatic transmissions were made on the...

Laury’s co-owner says new restaurant won’t be affiliated

One of the co-owners of Laury’s Restaurant in Charleston says a new downtown restaurant -- being opened by another Laury’s co-owner -- won’t have any official connection with Laury’s.

Sadegh Mirzakhani, who owns...

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