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Monday’s 5k to honor victims of crimes

As an assistant prosecutor, Tera Salango knows how important it is for victims of crimes to be informed of their rights.

“It’s scary enough to be a victim of a crime and then the criminal justice process can be very...

Monday’s 5k to honor victims of crimes

As an assistant prosecutor, Tera Salango knows how important it is for victims of crimes to be informed of their rights.

“It’s scary enough to be a victim of a crime and then the criminal justice process can be very intimidating,...

Opt-out movement accelerates amid Common Core testing

ATLANTA – Thousands of students are opting out of new standardized tests aligned to the Common Core standards, defying the latest attempt by states to improve academic performance.

This “opt-out” movement remains scattered...

Supreme Court throws out appeals over Kanawha cell tower

A Kanawha County man who went all the way to the state Supreme Court to fight a cell tower being built near his Big Chimney home has struck out.

On Friday, the Supreme Court denied two appeals by Big Chimney resident Clint Casto to overturn...

W.Va. State Police won’t carry heroin-O.D. reversal drug; other agencies considering it

West Virginia State Police officials don’t plan to have troopers carry naloxone, a drug that can reverse the effects of a heroin overdose. Some police in counties with lots of deaths from overdoses are looking into carrying the drug; some say...

Housing for disabled seniors opens in Charleston
Housing for disabled seniors opens in Charleston

Seniors who need wheelchair-accessible housing have a new option in downtown Charleston.

The West Virginia AFL-CIO dedicated on Friday morning a new center that will offer independent living arrangements for physically disabled seniors....

West Virginia business earns national SBA award

For the first time, a West Virginia business has been awarded the Small Business Association’s National Prime Contractor of the Year.

Jon Hammock, president, chief operating officer and founder of Morgantown-based KeyLogic Systems, Inc....

Church Activities: April 18, 2015

Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate the 11th Pastoral Anniversary for the Rev. Dr. Vincent Coleman on Sunday at the Lisa E. Curry Annex. A banquet will begin at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 at the door. The Rev. Dr. Johannas Christian,...

Employees get first look at new CAMC Cancer Center
Employees get first look at new CAMC Cancer Center

For the dozens of Charleston Area Medical Center employees who stood in the garden named in their honor Friday, the completed CAMC Cancer Center is more than a building — it’s a promise to their patients....

After clinic closure, Manchin asks for help for Greenbrier veterans

A Veterans Administration mobile unit from Bluefield may be coming to help veterans who usually receive their medical help and treatment from the VA clinic in Maxwelton in Greenbrier County.

The Maxwelton Clinic was temporarily closed on April...

Shredding, electronics recycling set for April 25

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Kanawha Valley residents can take advantage of a safe and secure alternative to dispose of sensitive documents and old consumer electronic devices during a “Fight Fraud, Shred Instead” recycling event from 9 a....

Parking at Summersville Lake curtailed for maintenance

Several parking areas at Summersville Lake will be closed Saturday to allow maintenance of the parking lots, according to officials for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The Summersville Lake Marina and Salmon Run boat launch ramps and parking...

Boil-water advisories

West Virginia American Water has lifted a boil-water advisory for customers in the community of Jefferson as well as customers in the Kanawha Terrace and Green Valley Drive areas of St. Albans, including side streets.

The City of Mount...

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