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FERC rejects bid for more hearings on natural gas pipeline

RICHMOND, Va. – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will not hold additional hearings in Virginia on a 550-mile natural gas pipeline, despite the appeals of Virginia’s U.S. senators.

FERC Chairman Norman C. Bay told Sens. Mark...

FERC rejects bid for more hearings on natural gas pipeline

RICHMOND, Va. – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will not hold additional hearings in Virginia on a 550-mile natural gas pipeline, despite the appeals of Virginia’s U.S. senators.

FERC Chairman Norman C. Bay told Sens. Mark ...

Things to do Saturday, May 16, 2015

Music

MONDOCK ROUNDERS: 7 p.m. Free. Old time string trio. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St. E. Call 304-346-2871.

CLINTON GREGORY: 7 p.m. Tickets $10. Country/bluegrass. Jerry Run Summer Theater, W.Va. Route 20, 1.5 miles north of...

Bulletin Board: May 16, 2015

Sorority luncheon

Alpha Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa will attend the Kanawha District spring luncheon at noon Saturday at Angela’s on the River in St. Albans. State President Karen Alexander will speak.

Show choir...

W.Va. election commission approves changes for nonpartisan judicial elections

State Election commissioners on Friday approved preliminary changes to bring state election regulations in line with new laws and court rulings.

That includes changing rules for public financing of state Supreme Court campaigns to reflect a new...

State justices: Pharmacies, doctors can by sued by addicts

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Pharmacies and doctors who negligently prescribed pain medication can be sued for enabling people’s addictions, the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled.

The ruling this week involved 29 people who were patients of ...

Some Kanawha teachers may start using new science standards early

West Virginia’s largest school district is seeking to get a limited head start on teaching new statewide science standards — the first to require Mountain State students to learn about the evidence for human-influenced climate change in...

Black Stone Cherry, a year out from “Magic Mountain”
Black Stone Cherry, a year out from “Magic Mountain”

A year ago, Kentucky’s Black Stone Cherry released its fourth studio record, “Magic Mountain.”

After that, the hard-rock band, which performs Tuesday night at the V Club in...

High school students caught watching ‘50 Shades of Grey’

ROMNEY, W.Va. – Portions of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” a movie depicting graphic acts of sexual violence, were shown in a West Virginia classroom this week.

The Charleston Daily Mail reports the movie was recently aired at...

Polls open on Saturday for Charleston election
Polls open on Saturday for Charleston election

Polls open early on Saturday for Charleston’s general election.

All of the city’s elected positions are open for filling.

Running for mayor are incumbent Mayor Danny Jones, a Republican, and Democrat Paul Monroe.

Jones...

Tomblin orders flags lowered for Peace Officers Memorial Day

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has ordered all U.S. and state flags on state-owned facilities to be lowered from dawn to dusk.

The order lasts today in commemoration of Peace Officers Memorial Day.

Peace Officers Memorial ...

State to stock lakes with catfish

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources will stock state lakes with more than 4,000 catchable-size channel catfish.

The stocking will begin on Monday. The popular program provides fishing opportunities at lakes,...

Marshall to expand wellness in arts program

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – The Marshall University Center for Wellness in the Arts is expanding the services it offers.

The university says in the coming year it will offer performance anxiety workshops with health scientists, injury prevention...

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