Every weekday, with the exception of holidays and during the summer, a woman boards a city bus on Charleston’s West Side and heads across town, twice a day, to Kanawha City. Her name is Marsha Berry, and she carries a badge.
Kara Sandy posted 22 points and eight rebounds to lead Class AA No. 1 Wyoming East past Capital 62-43 to kick off the Big Atlantic Classic Friday afternoon in Beckley.
Big Atlantic Classic
At Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Ctr.
In its previous game earlier this week against Class AAA No. 2 Huntington, No. 7 Spring Valley gave up 35 points and 12 rebounds to the Highlanders’ Jordyn Dawson in a loss.
I have worked most of my career as a carpenter. If you live in Teays Valley or the Kanawha Valley, you may live in a home I helped to build, or you may drive across a bridge I worked on or you might shop in a store or restaurant I worked on.
My heart sank when I learned that West Virginia lawmakers were again trying to repeal the common-sense law that requires West Virginians to pass a background check and get safety training to get a license to carry a concealed, loaded weapon in...
West Virginia’s working people have long struggled for basic economic justice. PBS’s American Experience broadcast a documentary “The Mine Wars.” The film depicts the historic battles against armed gun thugs over union...
Senate Majority Leader Mitch Carmichael recently defended the so-called “Right to Work” study as an “independent study by an academic (WVU) Ph.D. economist” and said he trusted “the independent analysis.”
In a recent column in The New York Times, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman says rapid technology improvements are reducing the cost of wind and solar power — and battery storage capacity keeps rising — so that...
The winds of change are blowing, and high school football coaches hope that means more college recruiters will be seen here in the Kanawha Valley.
Some things I just can’t believe or perhaps I just don’t want to believe:
BECKLEY — Capital got to double its pleasure Friday afternoon at the Big Atlantic Classic.
By Nick Brockman
For The Gazette-Mail
HURRICANE — Hurricane’s boys basketball program established a new tradition of success by making the state tournament each of the previous three years, and at ...