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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Thundering Herd running game has been strong
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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Thundering Herd running game has been strong

MU ground attack clicking on all cylinders so far

Boil-water advisories

Boil-water advisories

West Virginia American Water has lifted a boil-water advisory for approximately 500 customers in Cabin Creek and parts of Sharon, Rhonda, Dry Branch, Ohley, Miami, Dawes and Eskdale. The advisory was issued for customers on ...

WVSU to release behavioral health study results at community forum

West Virginia State University West Virginia State University (WVSU) will host a community forum at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the James C. Wilson University Union to share and discuss study results regarding the impact behavioral health issues are having on ...

Sales tax public hearing to be held next week

People will get a chance to express their opinions next week on Charleston’s pending sales tax increase.

City Council’s finance committee passed during its Sept. 2 meeting a bill that would bring Charleston’s sales tax to 1...

Plants’ trial may not happen until April
Plants’ trial may not happen until April

It appears a magistrate will make the Kanawha County prosecuting attorney complete a domestic violence program before going to trial.

Mercer County Magistrate Mike Flanigan on Monday morning threw around possible trial dates to courthouse...

Changes to childcare rating system in works

West Virginia is looking to upgrade its system for evaluating childcare programs.

The state Department of Health and Human Resources hopes to increase public awareness about childcare centers and revise evaluation standards – changes...

James Taylor returning to Charleston
James Taylor returning to Charleston

Grammy Award winner James Taylor will return to Charleston for a show at the Charleston Civic Center Nov. 28.

Information about the show was posted to the singer/songwriter's website Monday as well as to Ticketmaster.

Taylor, a five-time...

Judge concerned Freedom Industries won’t clean up Elk River facility
Judge concerned Freedom Industries won’t clean up Elk River facility

A federal bankruptcy judge is becoming increasing concerned that Freedom Industries may abandon its former Elk River chemical storage facility without completing a proper environmental cleanup of the site of the January chemical spill that...

Author to discuss book on wind power
Author to discuss book on wind power

Wind power is often seen as a major solution to our energy-related pollution problems. But it is a complex topic. Wind energy has both positive and negative aspects.

Retired aerospace engineer Rody Johnson makes that point in his new book,...

Retirement age regulation not likely to change until 2016

An Internal Revenue Service regulation defining “normal retirement age” as 62 or older probably won’t go into effect until Spring 2016, the executive director of the state Consolidated Public Retirement Board said Monday.

In ...

Milling schedule for today: Sept. 9, 2014

West Virginia Paving Inc. will be milling the following streets between 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. today:

Viewmont Drive: from 705 Viewmont Drive to cul-de-sac

Gilbert Drive: from Viewmont Drive to 1405 Gilbert Drive

Grandview Drive:...

Bulletin Board: Sept. 9, 2014

Neighborhood watch

Residents living in St. Albans Ward 2 are encouraged to attend the neighborhood watch meeting to be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian Church, Kanawha Terrace at Pennsylvania Avenue. Jason Philabaun is in charge of...

Poca man claims $1 million Powerball prize

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A Poca man is West Virginia’s latest $1 million lottery jackpot winner.

Robert Carter bought a ticket for the Aug. 2 drawing that matched all five numbers but missed the Powerball.

Carter claimed the $1...

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