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New Charleston-area Sheetz, Chipotle shaping up
New Charleston-area Sheetz, Chipotle shaping up

Construction continues apace on new South Charleston food options. The Sheetz convenience store chain has developed something of a cult following thanks to its Made-To-Order menu, where consumers can order sandwiches, sides and salads via touch screen....

Charleston’s Little League All-Stars aim for state glory
Charleston’s Little League All-Stars aim for state glory

Coach Ben Moore deflects attention from himself and spins it toward his Little League team.

“It’s all about the kids,” said Moore, who has reason to be proud of the team as well as his own recent win.

Members of the...

New York City airport building luxury animal terminal
New York City airport building luxury animal terminal

NEW YORK (AP) — Jet-setting stallions and high-flying hounds at New York's Kennedy Airport can look forward to a new luxury terminal that will handle the more than 70,000 animals flying in and out every year.

The ARK at JFK, its name...

Community briefs for July 20, 2015

The United Methodist Women of Forrest Burdette Memorial United Methodist Church, 2848 Putnam Ave., in Hurricane, have spaces available for the Citywide Yard Sale on Aug. 15.

Spaces are on the Virginia Avenue church parking lot and offered ...

Clergywoman breathes new life into historic W.Va. church

HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. (AP) — For the first time since 1955, a historic church at Harpers Ferry is coming back to life.

Rev. Jackie Dorsey has won the approval from the National Park Service to preach at Curtis Freewill Baptist Church near...

Longtime oral surgeon celebrates first anniversary at Jackson County practice
Longtime oral surgeon celebrates first anniversary at Jackson County practice

RIPLEY — Dr. Byron Black, longtime oral surgeon, is celebrating his first anniversary in the bright blue building on Memorial Drive in Jackson County.

Black, a founder of Mountain State Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons in 1977, opened his...

Charleston’s Savage House full of antique charm
Charleston’s Savage House full of antique charm

Elegantly perched on Capitol Hill, the Savage House has overlooked the city of Charleston for more than 100 years.

The stately brick structure with the slate tower is undergoing renovations that will capture its historic charm in a fresh way....

Matt Murphy: Ditching the deathdesk
Matt Murphy: Ditching the deathdesk

It’s widely understood that our culture’s collective sedentary lifestyle is killing us. As more and more U.S. jobs became desk-based during the 20th Century, Americans started moving less and less during the workday.

That, in...

Community briefs for July 17, 2015

Participants of Toyota’s “Artistic Discovery Camp” will perform for the community at 4 p.m. today at Valley Park in Hurricane.

Performers received instruction from leaders of Arts in Action and the Appalachian...

West Virginians list quirky rentals online for worldwide travelers
West Virginians list quirky rentals online for worldwide travelers

When Will Sutherland found a 1997 school bus for sale online for $1,000, he knew he had to have it.

Since he was a kid, Sutherland, 31, had a fascination with buses. He wasn’t sure what to do with it, but he couldn’t pass up the...

Mingo woman starts campaign encouraging civility
Mingo woman starts campaign encouraging civility

Resident starts campaign in effort to spread small acts of kindness, respect

‘Streetfest’ to turn Capitol Street into pedestrian mall this Saturday
‘Streetfest’ to turn Capitol Street into pedestrian mall this Saturday

A portion of Capitol Street will be transformed into a pedestrian mall Saturday as part of the first “Downtown Streetfest” event that afternoon.

Headed by the Charleston Area Alliance, Streetfest will feature live entertainment and ...

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