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Former recruiter sentenced for stealing from National Guard

A Kanawha County man who stole from the National Guard was sentenced on Wednesday to probation and ordered to pay back the amount stolen.

Richard Lilly, 47, of Cross Lanes, was a recruiter for the Guard who stole recruiting bonuses intended to...

Former recruiter sentenced for stealing from National Guard

A Kanawha County man who stole from the National Guard was sentenced on Wednesday to probation and ordered to pay back the amount stolen.

Richard Lilly, 47, of Cross Lanes, was a recruiter for the Guard who stole recruiting bonuses intended to...

Martirano pledges “world class education” in W.Va.

New West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Michael Martirano unveiled his vision plan for the public school system Wednesday, pledging to provide all students in the state with “a world-class education.”

Martirano’s plan,...

A walk to school to remember (photo)
A walk to school to remember (photo)

W.Va. officials won’t release crude oil train shipment data

West Virginia officials on Wednesday formally refused to make public more detailed information provided by CSX Corp. about the company’s shipments of crude oil through communities in the state.

The state’s Division of Homeland...

Saint Francis gets rate increase
Saint Francis gets rate increase

Patients paying out-of-pocket or with private insurance in the Charleston area can expect to see a modest increase in costs at Saint Francis Hospital, which has received part of a rate increase requested for its nongovernmental patients through the...

Power outages cause problems for businesses

An early morning power outage sparked a Lumos Network systems problem that left several downtown Charleston businesses, including Charleston Newspapers, without Internet and phone services Wednesday morning.

“It impaired the network and...

Bulletin board: Oct. 9, 2014

Kiss-A-Pig kickoff

The Charleston Gold Dome Lions Club will host the 15th annual Kiss-A-Pig for Diabetes Awareness Program kick-off event at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Charleston YMCA. Money raised will help with research to find a cure for diabetes ...

Boil-water advisories: Oct. 9, 2014

Pineville Municipal Water Works has issued a boil-water advisory for customers on the left hand side of W.Va. 10 North in Rockview.

The Raleigh County Public Service District has issued a boil-water advisory for the Sycamore water system....

W.Va. man pleads guilty to mine safety violation

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A Boone County man has admitted to falsifying a mine safety report.

Shawn Glenn Stover, 29, of Whitesville pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Charleston to falsifying a Mine Safety and Health Administration...

Weather service confirms tornado in southern W.Va.

SPANISHBURG, W.Va. – The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado touched down in southern West Virginia and left two people injured.

The weather service in Blacksburg, Virginia, said Wednesday the EF1 tornado traveled more than...

Revised Capitol plan would keep handicapped spaces, trees
Revised Capitol plan would keep handicapped spaces, trees

A revised plan for a bus turnaround for the state Capitol complex will preserve 13 handicapped parking spaces adjacent to the Culture Center – as well as trees that would have had to be cut down under the original plan, the plan’s...

CURA to assist in West Side police housing

Ten Charleston police officers and their families will get money from the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority to help buy homes on the city’s West Side, after CURA board members voted Wednesday to give $200,000 over the next two years to fund...

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