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Charleston painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser
F. BRIAN FERGUSON | Gazette-Mail
Charleston painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser

“Antiques Roadshow,” the national PBS show that invites people to bring in their old items and find out how much they’re worth, kicked off its first visit to West Virginia on a high note with the appraisal of an original Edward...

Charleston painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser
Charleston painting wows ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraiser

“Antiques Roadshow,” the national PBS show that invites people to bring in their old items and find out how much they’re worth, kicked off its first visit to West Virginia on a high note with the appraisal of an original Edward...

Fairmont festival is all about tasting the tomatoes

FAIRMONT, W.Va. (AP) – The numeral in the name of the West Virginia 63 tomato refers to the year of the Mountain State’s centennial, not to the number of varieties of the red fruit that most use as a vegetable.

Actually, about 7,...

Snakes sighted at Fayette County school

OAK HILL, W.Va. – Exterminators have been called in to deal with snakes sighted at a high school in Fayette County.

Oak Hill School Principal Timothy Payton tells WVVA-TV that he saw a snake in the hallway on Wednesday. He says students...

Martinsburg seeks dismissal of police shooting suit

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – The city of Martinsburg and five police officers are seeking the dismissal of a $200 million lawsuit stemming from the fatal shooting of a Virginia man.

The family of 50-year-old Wayne Arnold Jones of Stephens City,...

Man charged with stealing W.Va. lottery tickets

FAIRLEA, W.Va. – A Greenbrier County man has been charged with stealing $35,000 worth of lottery tickets at the State Fair of West Virginia.

State Police said the scratch-off tickets were stolen from the West Virginia Lottery’s...

W.Va. American Water moved Elk River intake to site downstream from chemical tanks when treatment plant was built

When West Virginia American Water built its Kanawha Valley drinking water plant 45 years ago, the company dropped a plan that would have kept an existing intake near Coonskin Park, upstream from an industrial facility that would later become Freedom...

Putnam health department offers immunizations Monday

WINFIELD, W.Va. -- The Putnam County Health Department is offering back-to-school immunizations for students on Monday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the department, 3282 Winfield Road.

The first day of school in Putnam County is Monday.

Call...

Three arrested in Foodland robbery, shooting
Three arrested in Foodland robbery, shooting

Three Charleston teenagers were arrested Friday night in the armed robbery of a Kanawha City grocery store, in which a store clerk was shot and seriously wounded.

John Proctor III, 19, is charged with first-degree robbery and malicious wounding. ...

Batman visits kids at CAMC (photo)
Batman visits kids at CAMC (photo)

Joe Wyatt: Gasp! Wealthy liberals donate, too

For reasons not clear, the Charleston Daily Mail publishes the paranoia of syndicated columnist and frequent FoxNews commentator Michelle Malkin. The right winger evidently became bug-eyed with shock upon discovering that wealthy liberals donate to...

Editoral: Racism — Police abuse a disturbing trend

Time after time, black American communities erupt in stormy anger after white police officers kill unarmed blacks. It’s a never-ending pattern — implying that too many police departments automatically treat African Americans as criminals....

Funerals for: August 16, 2014

Amburgey, Lois J. 11 a.m., Evans Funeral Home, Chapmanville.

Bartol, Agnes 9 a.m., Holy Family Catholic Church, Richwood.

Brooks, Billy W. Sr. 2 p.m., Morgan Funeral Home, Lewisburg.

Brown,...

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