To the venter that said Republicans are poor tippers — how would you know whether the tippers are Democrats or Republicans?
Good luck to reporter Bill Lynch in his first triathlon. His articles this year have been very informative as well as entertaining and I appreciate his honesty.
I’d like to know why we can’t have some signs directing veterans to the new clinic on Corridor G. There’s signs for every other little turn-off but none for that.
South Charleston Mayor Frank Mullens said 100 to 150 people attended the dedication of a new fire station. 5,000 people are paying the sanitary bill he and council members recently tripled.
To the person who said a beard or mustache is the ultimate sign of insecurity — that’s the craziest thing I’ve ever heard in my life. My husband has had a mustache for 38 years and he’s one of the most secure people I’ve ever seen.
Our Legislature needs to stop the double-dipping that is going on. When school administrators, teachers, and other state employees retire that should be it — no contract work.
I think it is time that Suddenlink became regulated — every day we lose cable, internet or phone or all three. I am paying for a service I am not receiving. If I don’t receive the service, I shouldn’t have to pay for the service.