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Loatong Yoga focuses on helping incarcerated adults
TOM HINDMAN | Gazette-Mail Sue Julian & Barbara Steinke, Co-Directors at the Covenant House.
Loatong Yoga focuses on helping incarcerated adults

Barbara Steinke and Sue Julian have called each other “laotongs” for a long time — long before they created a yoga project under that namesake.

Steinke recalled reading about the concept in Lisa See’s “Snow...

Loatong Yoga focuses on helping incarcerated adults
Loatong Yoga focuses on helping incarcerated adults

Barbara Steinke and Sue Julian have called each other “laotongs” for a long time — long before they created a yoga project under that namesake.

Steinke recalled reading about the concept in Lisa See’s “Snow...

WV Planned Parenthood: No abortions performed in 2014

West Virginia’s only Planned Parenthood clinic performed zero abortions in 2014, despite serving more than 960 patients and offering preventive services ranging from contraceptives to reproductive life planning.

Planned Parenthood has...

State senator launches road compliant website

A state Senator who is hoping to catalogue West Virginians’ frustrations with the current status of roads has an out-of-the-box solution to the state’s pothole problem.

“We’re going to have to start getting private...

Delegate files another lawsuit against Common Core

Republican legislators are once again attempting to block the use of Common Core education standards in West Virginia, this time asking the state Supreme Court to decide if the Board of Education can legally enter the state into what they’re...

State using precast concrete for road repair project
State using precast concrete for road repair project

Department of Transportation officials are using a new technique in Kanawha County to fix a segment of road that is in dire need of repair.

Carrie Bly, spokesperson for the West Virginia Department of Transportation, said crews are installing...

Judge reprimands attorney in Marple’s case against school board

A judge Tuesday reprimanded an attorney representing ousted state schools superintendent Jorea Marple in her case against the West Virginia Board of Education, after the lawyer last month used profanity and called the board’s attorneys...

Old world-style deli offering Mediterranean cuisine coming to South Charleston
Old world-style deli offering Mediterranean cuisine coming to South Charleston

When Michael Jarrouj was growing up in eastern Pennsylvania in the 1980s, the contents of his lunch box sometimes made him feel like an outsider.

“I would bring sandwiches on pita bread and the other kids would look at me like I was from ...

Yeager committee questions “emergency” payments, agreements

Yeager Airport’s finance committee on Tuesday began poring through hundreds of documents detailing airport spending since the March 12 runway safety zone landslide, plus all payments made since 2012 to Corotoman Inc. and other entities owned by ...

Final EPA plan ‘a much tougher road’ for WV

West Virginia faces a requirement for tougher emissions cuts under a final federal rule aimed at curbing greenhouse gas pollution from the nation’s power plants, according to U....

Patriot Coal notifies employees of potential layoffs

Patriot Coal, a top producer of metallurgical and steam coal based in Scott Depot, sent notices of potential layoffs to employees on Tuesday, in advance of a potential sale,

The total number of employees who the Worker Adjustment and Retraining...

Photo: Keeping watch at Cato as pool days dwindle
Photo: Keeping watch at Cato as pool days dwindle

City posts signs showing user fee spending
City posts signs showing user fee spending

Quarrier Street is one of the most recent Charleston streets to be paved this year, and government officials want drivers to know the work was funded through the capital city’s service, or user, fee.

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