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Budget Tapes and Records, a Charleston landmark, to celebrate Record Store Day
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Budget Tapes and Records, a Charleston landmark, to celebrate Record Store Day

Budget Records and Tapes opened in 1972, will take part in annual Record Store Day

Sources: Gun bought by GW teacher used in 2013 murder
Sources: Gun bought by GW teacher used in 2013 murder

The gun a George Washington High School math teacher is accused of purchasing for a felon was used in a murder two years ago, according to sources close to the investigation.

Jennifer Lee Napier, ...

Raw milk proponents protest Tomblin veto at Capitol
Raw milk proponents protest Tomblin veto at Capitol

For Tinia Creamer and small-scale dairy farmers like her, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s recent veto of a bill that would have allowed herd sharing in West Virginia wasn’t just a blow to raw milk proponents — it was a blow to personal...

Nitro man admits role in puppy’s death
Nitro man admits role in puppy’s death

After about two weeks on the run, a Nitro man appeared in court Wednesday and admitted his role in the shooting death of a 6-month-old puppy last year.

Richard Todd Jones, 21, pleaded guilty to attempting to maliciously kill an animal. He...

Airport and parks officials stand behind decision to widen Coonskin Park trail
Airport and parks officials stand behind decision to widen Coonskin Park trail

Officials for Yeager Airport are standing behind a decision to widen and gravel the Elk River Trail through Coonskin Park.

Yeager spokesman Mike Plante said the airport’s governing board voted to widen, grade and gravel the trail after...

Radio Shack lives on in West Virginia

At least seven Radio Shack locations throughout the state will remain open as part of deal between the company and hedge fund Standard General.

The deal, which a judge approved earlier this month, is valued at around $160 million and will keep...

Greenbrier kids catch sales pitch at Power Park (photo)
Greenbrier kids catch sales pitch at Power Park (photo)

State will save more than $53M in retirement cuts

New legislation cutting retirement benefits for public school and state employees hired on or after July 1 ultimately will save the state more than $53 million a year in pension costs, Consolidated Public Retirement Board executive director Jeff Fleck ...

Social workers conference kicks off with slam poetry

When Kane Smego found his voice, he found his calling — reaching youth with the power of words.

Smego, a spoken-word poet and founder of Poetic Justice, and after-school program that teaches spoken word to at-risk youth in Durham, North...

Former employee sues Putnam assisted living facility

A former employee is suing a Putnam County assisted living facility and its director for wrongful termination and defamation of character.

On March 30, Angela Bowden a former nursing employee at the Broadmore Senior Living facility in Teays...

West Side restaurant wants outside dining
West Side restaurant wants outside dining

Owners of Mi Cocina de Amor, a Mexican restaurant on Charleston’s West Side, have proposed expanding onto property owned by the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority.

CURA Director Jim Edwards told commissioners on Wednesday that the...

Climate change plan faces high-profile legal test

WASHINGTON – The centerpiece of the Obama administration’s effort to tackle climate change is facing a high-profile legal test as a federal appeals court considers a plan that has triggered furious opposition from Republicans, industry...

Boil-water advisory

West Virginia American Water has issued a boil-water advisory for approximately 150 customers on several streets in Fayetteville following a water main break. The specific area impacted includes Lindberg Avenue, W.Va. 16 in Fayetteville, Goodard...

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