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Chuck McGill: Heisman buzz builds around WVU’s White
Mel Moraes/For the Daily Mail
Chuck McGill: Heisman buzz builds around WVU’s White

Interest, praise continues to grow for West Virginia receiver

Boil-water advisories

The boil-water advisory issued for customers of the Birch River Public Service District has been lifted.

The Cool Ridge-Flat Top Public Service District has issued a boil-water advisory for customers on Boyd Crawford Road following a water main...

$2 million Winfield lock repairs may slow commerce

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Huntington District is spending $2 million to repair the main lock at the Winfield Locks and Dam -- work that will likely slow Kanawha River commerce.

Public Affairs Officer Brian Maka didn’t have...

Murder victim’s mother: $2,000 award won’t take care of my granddaughter

The mother of a slain Charleston teenager says you can’t put a price tag on the loss of life, but the $2,493 she’ll receive for her son’s death won’t help her build a life for the daughter he left behind.

Deanna...

SC Chamber of Commerce announces education grants

The South Charleston Chamber of Commerce Educational Foundation has awarded almost $5,000 in funds to various school projects during the final quarter of 2014. The grant recipients include:

• Dunbar Intermediate School received funding...

Call Suddenlink, and demand a true rebate

Editor:

I would like to describe a conversation I had with the unlucky Suddenlink employee who answered my phone call.

I called to complain again about losing the Viacom stations that we all miss. He calmly explained to me that these are...

5k to benefit Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run will hold its Twilight Tuesday 5k run next week at the University of Charleston.

The timed race will start at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28.

The family-friendly event celebrates the Girls on the Run program, which focuses on...

Weekend event offers help for problem gamblers

He thought he had his gambling under control until he lost his job, his family and ended up in prison for shuffling around money in an attempt to cover his gambling debts.

“I treat [gambling] as a cancer,” said Rock, who agreed to...

‘Hero’s Salute’ fundraiser set for Saturday

Staff reports

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Classic Beauties presents “A Hero’s Salute!,” a World War II-themed fundraiser for West Virginia’s veterans, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Executive Air hangar at...

Jackson County school bus rollover injures two

KENNA, W.Va. — Two people were taken to the hospital after a school bus rolled over an embankment Tuesday morning in Jackson County.

Jackson County Sheriff Tony Boggs said the school bus was traveling...

Chevron’s $20M to improve Pa., W.Va., Ohio workforce

PITTSBURGH — Chevron Corp. is spending $20 million to launch its Appalachia Partnership Initiative, which is meant to improve schools and workforce development in 27 counties in Southwestern Pennsylvania, Northern West Virginia and Eastern Ohio....

Two arrested in slayings of men found in burned-out car

WELCH, W.Va. — West Virginia State Police have arrested two men in connection with the killing of two men whose bodies were found in a burned-out car in McDowell County early Sunday.

The bodies of the...

Shinnston man pleads guilty in infant son’s death

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A Shinnston man has pleaded guilty to a neglect charge stemming from the suffocation of his 3-month-old son.

News outlets reported that Clovis McCoy Jr., 32, pleaded guilty Monday to child neglect resulting in death....

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