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William M. Luzader
William M. Luzader

William Matthew Luzader passed away unexpectedly at his home in Brockton, Mass., on June 16, 2014, at age 65.

Bill grew up in St. Albans, W.Va. He earned a B.S. degree in physics from West Virginia University and an M.S. degree from Cambridge...

Eugene Irwin
Eugene Irwin

Eugene Irwin passed away July 12, 2014, at his daughter's home in Conyers, GA. Originally from Bel Air, MD, Mr. Irwin most recently resided in Charleston, WV. He had just celebrated his 90th birthday on July 3.

Mr. Irwin is survived by his wife...

Joseph E. Dailey
Joseph E. Dailey

Joseph Edward Dailey,86, died July 5, 2014 at Hubbard Hospice House in Charleston, W.Va. He was born March 27, 1928 in Corning, N.Y. to Edward John and Kathryn "Kitty" (Walter) Dailey.

Joe graduated from Painted Post High School N.Y. and was...

With boost from foundation, CAMC serving local, healthy food
With boost from foundation, CAMC serving local, healthy food

Among its four hospitals, Charleston Area Medical Center serves 2.5 million meals a year — or, as Mike Marinaro sees it, 2.5 million opportunities to positively influence the eating habits of West Virginians.

Marinaro, the general manager ...

Boil water advisory

West Virginia American Water has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for about 200 customers in South Charleston, Tornado and Alum Creek. The advisory applies to customers on Smith Creek Road from 3800 block to Gore Addition, Greenview Road,...

Graphic novel raises tale of little-known African-American soldiers in World War I

A new graphic novel traces the “Harlem Hellfighters” from military enlistment lines in Harlem to their military training camp, in Spartanburg, South Carolina, then over to France, where they fought from the trenches to drive back German...

Public Courts: Walker collects seventh men’s open crown
Public Courts: Walker collects seventh men’s open crown

School was in session Saturday morning during the men’s open singles final at the 55th annual Charleston Public Courts tennis tournament.

Patrick Walker, an instructor at the Charleston Tennis Club, fell behind consistently in the first...

Public Courts: Swann outlasts Gillis to win women’s open title
Public Courts: Swann outlasts Gillis to win women’s open title

Fifteen-year-old Katie Swann picked up a few pointers this week competing in the women’s open singles division of the 55th annual Charleston Public Courts tennis tournament.

“[I learned] to not give up and keep moving forward and...

Mitch Vingle: Saints, Luck and explaining the Sugar Bowl
Mitch Vingle: Saints, Luck and explaining the Sugar Bowl

Ye olde notebook:

n Louis Armstrong music had been playing in my head.

Finally, I figured out why. This is the week the NFL’s Saints come marching in to West Virginia.

Prepare yourselves for a...

Frank Giardina: Thinking of ‘Hoss,’ Switzer, Shannon and Caruthers

Here are some rambling and random summer thoughts:

n On Aug. 30, West Virginia’s football team will be a decided underdog against Alabama in Atlanta. But if you are a Mountaineer fan and looking for...

Roundup: Chaos secure first playoff berth in franchise history

The West Virginia Chaos played to a 1-1 tie with the Southern W.Va. Kings Warriors Saturday night in Bluefield to clinch the South Atlantic Division title and earn a spot in the Premier Development League playoffs for the first time in franchise...

Public Courts results

Saturday’s results

Boys’ 12 Doubles (Finals)

Ian Iskra-Azeem Khan def. Daniel Carter-Wilson Fife 6‑2, 6‑2

Boys 12 Singles (Finals)

Alex Stacy (1) def. Luke Grimm 6‑0, 6‑1

Boys 15 ...

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