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Greenbrier Classic: Third time’s the charm for Shaq (feature photos and video)
Greenbrier Classic: Third time’s the charm for Shaq (feature photos and video)

Water service restored to nearly all affected by Monday’s main break

Water service had been restored late Tuesday night to most customers affected by West Virginia American Water’s most recent outage. More than 95 percent of affected customers had regained water, according to a release from West Virginia...

Boil-water advisory

Beckley Water Company has lifted a boil-water advisory for customers on Sweeneysburg Road from 701 to the end of the system and Maple Fork Road from Davis Cemetery Road to Sweeneysburg Road in Bradley, including all side streets.

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Fairway fans (photos)
Fairway fans (photos)

Suspended teacher pleads guilty to buying gun for known felon

A suspended George Washington High School teacher pleaded guilty to a federal gun charge Wednesday after lying to buy a gun and then giving it to a felon. Sources have told the Gazette the gun was later used in a murder.

Jennifer Napier, 39, of...

Study: Drill waste in landfills unlikely to get in water

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A study by state regulators says it’s unlikely that significant amounts of untreated natural gas drilling waste in landfills will impact groundwater or surface water.

In the event that the waste’s runoff did...

Marshall renovating president’s house
Marshall renovating president’s house

Marshall University expects to spend about $500,000 in ongoing renovations of its president’s house, a historic 1920s-era structure the school says was last renovated in the ‘70s.

Brandi Jacobs-Jones, Marshall’s senior vice...

Putnam elementary school receives grant to expand library
Putnam elementary school receives grant to expand library

ELEANOR — If you walk into George Washington Elementary this summer, you’ll be hit in the face with a thick smell of paint.

You’ll see desks and cabinets scattered down the hallway as tile setters repair aging floors in some ...

Artists’ trains brighten downtown Huntington, raise money for hospital
Artists’ trains brighten downtown Huntington, raise money for hospital

HUNTINGTON -- Bright and colorful locomotives attract the attention of hundreds of people walking and driving around downtown Huntington, especially in and around Pullman Square. Local artists have crafted 43 different train locomotives along the...

Marshall names new student affairs leaders

Marshall University has a new interim dean and assistant dean of its student affairs division.

Carla Lapelle, who has worked at Marshall for almost 30 years and has been serving since 2001 as the associate student affairs dean, said she became...

July workshops focus on landowner opportunities to protect drinking water

The city of Lewisburg, Greenbrier River Watershed Association, and the West Virginia Land Trust will hold three informational meetings in July about opportunities for landowners to protect their property as part of a larger effort to safeguard...

Reunions: July 2, 2015

Warren family: Noon, July 12, Cedar Lakes Conference Center, Shelter No. 5, Ripley. All descendants, family and friends of Elijah and Adda Mae Warren are invited. Bring a dish to share. Contact: Al Parsons at 304-927-0094.

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