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Funerals for: August 31, 2015
Impact of 340 expansion in Jefferson still unclear

CHARLES TOWN — The West Virginia Division of Highways says construction on the expansion of U.S. 340 South in Jefferson County, in the works since 1999, may not begin for another three years.

The DOH’s...

Young West Virginia Power fan keeps it cool
Young West Virginia Power fan keeps it cool

Christ Church United Methodist party on Morris Street
Christ Church United Methodist party on Morris Street

Potpourri: Monday, August 31, 2015

An in-depth analysis by reporters Samuel Speciale and Joel Ebert found that state government workers get fatter pensions than most private sector employees. Many can retire as early as age 55. Altogether, 165 state retirees draw more than $80,000...

Christopher Regan: W.Va. needs Dick Cheney like it needs a hole in the head

Our local Chambers of Commerce can be great civic institutions. My company participates in the Wheeling Chamber actively, and we recently had a nice event bringing small business owners from the area to our front lawn for a summer get-together. ...

Gazette editorial: Another global warming price to pay

Television news, which thrives on dramatic videos, has spent most of the summer showing terrible wildfires ripping through Western states, destroying homes, killing firefighters, costing taxpayers billions, sickening some residents through smoke...

Deadline is Tuesday for property tax discount
Deadline is Tuesday for property tax discount

Kanawha County residents have until Tuesday to take advantage of a discount on the first half of their 2015 real estate and personal property taxes.

Those who pay their taxes on or before Sept. 1 will receive a 2.5 percent discount....

Charleston religious leaders debate Iran deal

A large group of people met under the vaulted ceilings of the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Charleston Sunday afternoon to listen to a debate about the recently-completed Iran nuclear deal.

As the gathering listened, the Rev. Jim Lewis...

Accused Putnam funeral home owner replaced on state board
Accused Putnam funeral home owner replaced on state board

Less than a week after being named in a lawsuit that accuses him of racketeering related to the sale of more than 100 pre-need funeral arrangements, the owner of a Poca-...

Troubles mount for beleaguered neurologist
Troubles mount for beleaguered neurologist

As local neurologist Dr. Iraj Derakhshan prepares for his appearance in front of the state Board of Medicine over a complaint that could result in him losing his ability to practice in West Virginia, the doctor is facing other troubles, including a...

WVU QB Sills helping prep defense ahead of opener

MORGANTOWN — As odd as it may seem, thanks to a role that disguises his reality, this is the moment for David Sills.

True, the freshman quarterback isn’t playing football this week for West Virginia....

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