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Soccer roundup: Charleston Catholic, Nitro, GW girls get wins
Soccer roundup: Charleston Catholic, Nitro, GW girls get wins
Late Friday prep football roundup: Chapmanville, Tolsia notch wins
Late Friday prep football roundup: Chapmanville, Tolsia notch wins
MU notebook: Morrell struggles but earns praise
MU notebook: Morrell struggles but earns praise
Depleted Marshall no match for No. 3 Louisville
Depleted Marshall no match for No. 3 Louisville
More quality foes coming to Marshall, but nothing like Louisville
More quality foes coming to Marshall, but nothing like Louisville

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Downtown Fairmont’s The Fashion Scene closing after 36 years
Downtown Fairmont’s The Fashion Scene closing after 36 years

FAIRMONT, W.Va. (AP) – After being a Fairmont mainstay since the 1980s, The Fashion Scene will soon be closing its doors.

Wheeling Island wine cellar offers a step back in time
Wheeling Island wine cellar offers a step back in time

WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) – North Front Street property owners Paula and Chuck Foster are proud of their little slice of Wheeling’s subterranean history.

211 agency faces funding struggles while helping those in need
211 agency faces funding struggles while helping those in need

The boy had suffered a massive stroke — unusual for one so young. He was so debilitated he could not walk and needed a wheelchair.

A year after receivership, Laidley Tower looks to future
A year after receivership, Laidley Tower looks to future

Laidley Tower’s shining smoke-blue glass has stood at the corner of Lee and Court streets since the mid-1980s, when it was built for $35 million.

WV mayors, gas companies, others question FirstEnergy’s plan for Pleasants power plant
WV mayors, gas companies, others question FirstEnergy’s plan for Pleasants power plant

City mayors, state regulators, residential solar groups, energy efficiency organizations, natural gas companies and other regional electric producers are lining up against FirstEnergy’s plan to sell the Pleasants power plant to its West Virginia subsidiaries without seeking bids for other sources of power.

Charleston Bojangles’ to open Monday
Charleston Bojangles’ to open Monday

A new Bojangles’ restaurant will open Monday in Charleston on 2856 Mountaineer Blvd., according to a news release from the company. The opening marks the fourth West Virginia location for the chicken-and-biscuits chain, the most recent being in Huntington, which opened this spring.

On file: Sept. 25, 2016

MarriagesThe following people filed for marriage licenses in Kanawha County between Sept. 15 and 22:

Crime Report: Sept. 25, 2016
Crime Report: Sept. 25, 2016

The following crimes were reported to the Charleston Police Department between Sept. 15 and 22:

Alleged child abductor arrested, children found safe
Alleged child abductor arrested, children found safe

Authorities have captured and arrested an Illinois man who allegedly abducted his 13-year-old stepdaughter and her 2-week-old child, according to Sgt. Brian Humphreys of the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office.

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Kanawha City couple turns old church into home, concert hall
Kanawha City couple turns old church into home, concert hall

Jon Cavendish climbed to the top of the ladder.He carried a spotlight with him, hopeful it would provide evidence for a theory he’d been forming for years.

One Month at a Time: A final drum roll with the WVSO
One Month at a Time: A final drum roll with the WVSO

Things didn’t quite go as originally intended in my debut with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, but I made it to the stage anyway.

Attorney’s book takes on pet legal dilemmas
Attorney’s book takes on pet legal dilemmas

Most people understand keeping a pet requires a lot of responsibility. Animals have to be cared for, cleaned and fed. Somebody needs to walk the dog. The cat will not clean her own litter box.

Downtown Fairmont’s The Fashion Scene closing after 36 years
Downtown Fairmont’s The Fashion Scene closing after 36 years

FAIRMONT, W.Va. (AP) – After being a Fairmont mainstay since the 1980s, The Fashion Scene will soon be closing its doors.

Kanawha City couple turns old church into home, concert hall
Kanawha City couple turns old church into home, concert hall

Jon Cavendish climbed to the top of the ladder.He carried a spotlight with him, hopeful it would provide evidence for a theory he’d been forming for years.

211 agency faces funding struggles while helping those in need
211 agency faces funding struggles while helping those in need

The boy had suffered a massive stroke — unusual for one so young. He was so debilitated he could not walk and needed a wheelchair.

McCoy: Remembering Joe Rieffenberger, WV’s legendary ‘bear man’
McCoy: Remembering Joe Rieffenberger, WV’s legendary ‘bear man’

West Virginians owe Joe Rieffenberger a debt of gratitude.

WV angler credits catch-and-release for his latest trophy muskie
WV angler credits catch-and-release for his latest trophy muskie

Once again, Robert Thaxton has reaped the benefits of catch-and-release muskellunge fishing.

WV’s duck opener features brief hunt for mostly resident birds
WV’s duck opener features brief hunt for mostly resident birds

Don’t blink. You might miss the first segment of West Virginia’s duck-hunting season.

Funerals for: September 25, 2016

Barnett, Louis 3 p.m., Gatens


Buckner, Betty A. 11 a.m., Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill.


Burton, Phillip R. 3 p.m., Foglesong Funeral Home, Mason.


Dorsey, Sawyer 3 p.m., Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Charleston.


Dunbar, Sammy 1 p.m., Groves Funeral Home Chapel, Union.


Faudree, Gaye 6 p.m., Groves Funeral Home Chapel, Union.


Gates, Patricia 2:30 p.m., Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, Cross Lanes.


Hudnall, Linda 2 p.m., Fidler and Frame Funeral Home, Belle.


Justice, Neal 2 p.m., Taylor


Kershner, William 4 p.m., Good Shepherd, South Charleston.


McNeely, Jeff 1 p.m., Honaker Funeral Home, Logan.


Miller, Judith E. 3 p.m., Waybright Funeral Home, Ripley.


Myers, Lindy 2 p.m., Reamer Gospel Tabernacle, Ravenswood.


Perry, Robert B. 1 p.m., Greenbranch Freewill Baptist Church, Man.


Thomas, G. "Ed" 2 p.m., Broyles