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Cosby, GW knock off No. 3 South Charleston
KENNY KEMP | Saturday Gazette-Mail
Cosby, GW knock off No. 3 South Charleston

Jonah Cosby felt quite comfortable upon his return to South Charleston High School. By the time the fourth quarter rolled around, so did the rest of his George Washington teammates.

Cosby tossed in 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds Friday night...

Hearing focuses concerns about tank law rollback

Kanawha Valley residents, small-business owners and religious leaders joined environmental advocates Friday morning in what could be a last-ditch effort to convince West Virginia lawmakers not to roll back ...

Boil-water advisory

The Raleigh County Public Service District has lifted the boil-water advisories for customers of the Slab Fork and Sycamore systems.

Beckley Water Company has lifted a boil-water advisory issued for the area of Robert C. Byrd Drive in Bradley...

Museum in the Park to present ‘Rosa Parks Portrayal’ Black History program

The Museum in the Park at Chief Logan State Park will present Cora Lee Hairston, a Logan County resident, in a Black History program titled “Rosa Parks Portrayal” on Friday. The program is free.

Hairston will share the story of...

Things to do Saturday, March 7, 2015


GARTH NEWEL PIANO QUARTET: 7 p.m. Tickets $20. Christ Church United Methodist, Quarrier and Morris streets. Sponsored by the Charleston Chamber Music Society. Call 344-5389.

THE OUTSIDE TRACK: 8 p.m. Adults $20, seniors $15, students ...

Bulletin Board: March 7, 2015

Banking board

The West Virginia Board of Banking and Financial Institutions will have a public meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in Suite 306, the third-floor conference room at the West Virginia Division of Financial Institutions, 900 Pennsylvania Ave. ...

Church activities: March 7, 2015

King of Glory International Ministries, 302 Delaware Ave., has canceled its 7th Anniversary events for today and Sunday at the church because of the weather. The anniversary celebration will be rescheduled at a later date.

Pilgrim Home...

Easy and fun snow day activities
Easy and fun snow day activities

Well, there’s nothing like spending a glorious snow day in a boring way. Below are the simple things in life that will bring joy to this cabin fevered end of winter and early spring.

— Take the time to glue googly eyes to...

Lane in front of Capitol to be closed Saturday

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The eastbound right lane of the Kanawha Boulevard between Greenbrier Street and California Avenue, in front of the Capitol, will be closed from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday to allow tractor-trailer parking during the West...

Beef tenderloin, shrimp and lobbyist money on menu at Senate dinner

With the legislative session in full swing, 32 of West Virginia’s 34 state senators took time off the evening of Feb. 18 to honor Senate President Bill Cole, R-Mercer, while dining on whole tenderloin of beef, iced jumbo shrimp and oysters on...

Many state schools remain closed following winter storm

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Many students are getting another break from classes across West Virginia following the latest winter storm.

Public schools in most West Virginia counties remained closed today.

West Virginia University’s ...

Funerals for: March 06, 2015

Boggess, Boyd C. Noon, Dodd

Bracken, Naomi B. 11 a.m., Spring Fork Missionary Baptist Church, Campbells Creek.

Carpenter, John R. 2 p.m., New Life Center Church, Cedar Grove.

Edgell, Karen R. ...

Dolores G. Bradshaw
Dolores G. Bradshaw

Dolores G. Bradshaw, 76, of Charleston, died Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at Hubbard Hospice House, Charleston. She was a member of Ivydale Baptist Church on David Creek and was a homemaker and enjoyed cooking, especially for her family. Dolores looked...

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