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Housing authority director, staff get raises

The agency’s director, Mark Taylor, will also get his first raise in five years.

“The whole time that Mark has been our executive director or CEO, we’ve done a great deal of work. He’s been extremely proactive...

Housing authority director, staff get raises

The agency’s director, Mark Taylor, will also get his first raise in five years.

“The whole time that Mark has been our executive director or CEO, we’ve done a great deal of work. He’s been extremely proactive...

Thursday cartoon
Thursday cartoon

WVEDA to help Edgewood Summit renovate, refinance bonds

Members of the West Virginia Economic Development Authority decided Thursday to help the Edgewood Summit Senior Living Community, located on Charleston’s West Side, refinance its outstanding bonds and make facility improvements.

Members...

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I see it in the school system on a daily basis — today’s coal miners are not pushing their...

Rockefeller introduces black lung bill; Capito still mum on support

Congressional Democrats introduced a broad bill Thursday intended to make it easier for miners with black lung disease to get the federal benefits that they are owed.

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Kids hear the ‘Power’ of words (photo)
Kids hear the ‘Power’ of words (photo)

Boil-water advisory

The boil-water advisory has been lifted for the Mount Hope Water System.

Fenwick Mountain Public Service District has issued a boil-water advisory for its entire system.

Customers in those areas should boil their water for at least one...

Things to do today: Nov. 21, 2014

Music

MARSHALL PETTY & THE GROOVE: 5 to 8 p.m. Free. 5 Corners Cafe, corner of Delaware Avenue and Virginia Street. Call 304-205-7817.

COUNTRY SWINGERS BECKY AND KENNY: 7 to 10 p.m. Cover $5. Elk River Community Center, 1047 Main St.,...

At Thanksgiving, small church makes a big difference
At Thanksgiving, small church makes a big difference

Every year for nine years, a small, unpretentious church tucked away in Rand turns into a Thanksgiving dinner factory for hundreds of people.

Only about 20 people attend the Faith Tabernacle Pentecostal Church regularly, but last year,...

Several off-road vehicles stolen in the Kanawha Valley
Several off-road vehicles stolen in the Kanawha Valley

Several Polaris RZR side by side off-road vehicles, estimated to be worth about $20,000 each, have been stolen in the Kanawha Valley in the last month, Charleston police said.

Police believe the same person or people may be involved in the...

Westest scores delayed again

Last year’s standardized test scores have still not been announced, though their release was expected Thursday.

State Department of Education Spokeswoman Liza Cordeiro did not give a specific date, but said scores can be expected in the...

Harry Connick Jr. to return to Charleston in 2015

Grammy-award winner Harry Connick Jr. will return to Charleston for a show at the Clay Center Feb. 26. The date was listed on the performer's website as part of his recently announced 2015 tour.

After nearly 30 years, Connick has recorded...

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