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Former homecoming queen makes Rough N Rowdy return
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Former homecoming queen makes Rough N Rowdy return

Former homecoming royalty makes return to Rough N Rowdy

East End historic district expanded
East End historic district expanded

The East End Historic District has been expanded to include 120 additional acres.

Charleston planner Lori Brannon announced at Wednesday’s monthly Municipal Planning Commission meeting that the new part of the district will stretch from...

Irish Boomerang
Irish Boomerang

Hoey, who performs Friday night at Taylor Books, said, “In Dublin, there was plenty of music to be played.” 

But it was all stuff for the tourists: a lot of traditional jigs, reels and shanties. Getting to play original...

A funny thing happened on the way to the tennis court
A funny thing happened on the way to the tennis court

Comedy for some comedians is effortless. Just something they were born to do, something that comes naturally.

Jeff Zenisek is one of those people.

Comedy always came sort of natural to him, though it wasn't always intentional or even...

Pre-K classes at Cedar Grove Elementary canceled

Pre-K classes at Cedar Grove Elementary will be canceled again Thursday due to a lack of heat. The rest of the school will be open. Malden Elementary School will also be closed Thursday due to a lack of heat.

State officials deal with late inspections, troubled tanks

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – As key requirements take effect in a law to protect water supplies, state environmental officials still haven’t received inspection certifications for 20,000 aboveground tanks statewide that were due New Year’s ...

Ohio man sentenced to 33 months in prison for drugs

An Ohio man was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison Wednesday for possessing multiple controlled substances with the intention of distributing them.

Joseph Lee Church, 36, of Columbus, pleaded guilty in May to having heroin, hydromorphone,...

Police officer allegedly stalked and harassed woman
Police officer allegedly stalked and harassed woman

A Welch police officer allegedly used his job to help him stalk and harass a woman.

Sherman Patrick McKinney, 54, of Welch, allegedly pulled over the woman, who also lives in Welch, and propositioned her for sex with the victim’s 8-year-...

W.Va. school board to discuss climate change standards
W.Va. school board to discuss climate change standards

The West Virginia Board of Education’s president said the board will discuss the state’s controversial alterations to climate change science education standards at the start of next week’s meeting....

Judge refuses to drop gag order in Blankenship case
Judge refuses to drop gag order in Blankenship case

A federal judge on Wednesday declined to lift a gag order that restricts access to most court records in former Massey Energy Co. CEO Don Blankenship’s criminal case.

U.S. District Judge Irene Berger did agree to again make the indictment ...

Highmark enrollment tops 31,000 through end of Dec.

According to West Virginia’s largest health insurer, 31,172 people have enrolled in individual health insurance plans with the company between Nov. 15 and Dec. 31.

The majority of that population are those who re-enrolled in plans...

Substance Abuse Regional Task Force meetings announced

Governor’s Substance Abuse Regional Task Force meetings have been scheduled during February on the following dates and locations:

Region 1 — Feb. 5, Wheeling (venue/time TBD), Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall and Wetzel counties....

Veterans VISTA program seeks applicants

The West Virginia Commission for National and Community Service is recruiting one AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) member to be placed with Legal Aid of West Virginia beginning in February. Veterans and members of military families...

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