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High court suspends Randolph judge for rest of her term

Jaymie Wilfong will not serve remainder of term due to ‘stunningly inappropriate’ conduct

Scaring up support for the Kanawha library levy
Scaring up support for the Kanawha library levy

Dozens of parents and children stood Thursday night on the sidewalk on Quarrier Street, staring at an illuminated sign that read “No LIBRARY ... scary.”

“SHHH!” another sign read.

Despite the warning signs,...

‘The Elkview Blind Side’: Through kindness and conviction, W.Va. athlete rises above turbulent past
‘The Elkview Blind Side’: Through kindness and conviction, W.Va. athlete rises above turbulent past

A fresh pumpkin sat outside the trailer where Shaun Dotson once lived.

“My father,” Dotson said as he pointed,...

Outside groups make ‘mockery’ of W.Va. House elections, complaint says

A Democratic operative filed an election complaint Thursday against the National Association for Gun Rights, alleging the group was making a “mockery” of West Virginia’s election laws.

Last week, the gun-rights organization...

As tire center closes, Ferry Street future up in the air
As tire center closes, Ferry Street future up in the air

Tire and rim displays were taken down and boxes filled the floor of the TCi Tire Center’s main lobby Thursday.

The store, located on Ferry Street just off the South Side Bridge and MacCorkle Avenue, is set to close this week....

W.Va. Public Radio adding Matewan station

Thousands of Southern West Virginians should soon be able to listen to West Virginia Public Radio, after the state Educational Broadcasting Authority gave its approval Thursday to buy an FM radio station in Matewan, Mingo County.

EBA members...

Randolph County judge suspended until term ends in 2016

A Randolph County judge will be suspended without pay until her term is up at the end of 2016 for “her stunningly inappropriate conduct,” the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

Circuit Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong violated ...

State Supreme Court upholds firefighter overtime pay decision

The state Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a Kanawha Circuit Court decision that ruled that the city’s Firemen’s Civil Service Commission correctly stated it did not have jurisdiction to address Charleston firefighter overtime pay....

Police looking for suspect in credit card theft
Police looking for suspect in credit card theft

Charleston police want help tracking down a person they say stole a credit card from a vehicle on Tennis Club Road last week.

The white male suspect was captured on video breaking into the vehicle as well as using the card at multiple locations...

Supreme Court overrules Putnam DUI decision

People arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs must clearly ask the investigating officer in their case for a blood test if they want one, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

In a ruling reversing Putnam...

Thinking spring at the Craik-Patton House
Thinking spring at the Craik-Patton House

Beckley lands new nonstop Charlotte service, aircraft maintenance facility

New nonstop air service between Beckley and Charlotte, North Carolina, will begin by December, under an agreement reached between Raleigh County Memorial Airport and ViaAir LLC, the operator of Via Airlines, airport officials announced Thursday....

Things to do today: Friday, Oct. 31

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.

HIGHWAY 440: 7 to 10 p.m. Cover $5. Elk River Community Center, 1047 Main St., Elkview. Call 304-965-...

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