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Because of incorrect information provided by the Putnam Public Service District, a report in Tuesday’s Gazette wrongly stated the capacity of a water storage tank rehabilitated as part of the district’s 2012 Water Project. The tank can...


An article in Thursday’s Gazette misspelled the name of Charleston’s redistricting consultant. She is Jo Vaughan.


An article in Friday’s Gazette misspelled the name of the assistant to the executive director of...

Correction: June 13, 2014

Because of inaccurate information provided by West Virginia Public Broadcasting, a story in Thursday’s edition of the Gazette overestimated the number of entries into the lottery for tickets to the Antiques Roadshow event in Charleston on Aug....


Because of incorrect information previously provided by the state Department of Environmental Protection, an article in Thursday’s Gazette and several previous articles concerning the ongoing legal battle over MCHM-contaminated wastewater mixed ...


An article in the May 28 Kanawha Valley Neighbors stated erroneously that the food pantry at Canaan United Methodist Church is closed during the summer. The food pantry is open during the summer at the church; the soup kitchen is closed during the...


Because of incorrect information supplied by the Kanawha County prosecutor’s office, the incorrect arraignment dates were given for two groups of people indicted by a Kanawha County grand jury earlier this month. Those people being arraigned by ...


An article in Monday's Gazette incorrectly reported that Cabell Huntington Hospital's Home Health program is the nearest one of its kind in the region. Thomas Memorial Hospital, in South Charleston, also has home-health services.


A note in Church Activities misidentified which church is celebrating an anniversary. Non-Denominatinal Fellowship will celebrate its Pastor Debbie Thomas’ 10th pastoral anniversary at Faith and Truth Apostolic Church, on Second Avenue and...

Correction: May 3, 2014

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — An article in Thursday's Gazette, based on information from authorities, incorrectly reported the details of an accident involving a Boone County Ambulance Authority maintenance van. According to the official accident report,...


Greg Sayre, who was described in a story in Thursday’s Gazette as the head of West Virginia Cashin Recyclables in Nitro and a former member of the Kanawha County Solid Waste Authority board, said he was at Wednesday’s Charleston...

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