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Local Republican delegate declares bid for state auditor
SAM OWENS | Gazette-Mail John McCuskey poses for photos with his wife Wendy McCuskey and their daug
Local Republican delegate declares bid for state auditor

Delegate J.B. McCuskey on Tuesday declared his candidacy for state auditor.

The two-term Kanawha County Republican has been a member of the House of Delegates for three years. In a general election, he could face incumbent state Auditor Glen...

Local Republican delegate declares bid for state auditor
Local Republican delegate declares bid for state auditor

Delegate J.B. McCuskey on Tuesday declared his candidacy for state auditor.

The two-term Kanawha County Republican has been a member of the House of Delegates for three years. In a general election, he could face incumbent state Auditor Glen...

Court allows lawsuit against Sophia officer to proceed

BECKLEY, W.Va. — A federal judge has dismissed charges against the town of Sophia in a police brutality lawsuit, but allowed a lawsuit seeking punitive damages to proceed against the patrolman accused of...

WesBanco says data taken from ATM; fraud appears isolated

WHEELING, W.Va. – WesBanco says fraudulent activity following a security breach at an ATM in Ohio appears to be isolated.

WesBanco says a device was used to capture data from transactions at an ATM at the Ohio Valley Plaza in St....

Putnam County plans for the future of its parks
Putnam County plans for the future of its parks

WINFIELD, W.Va. — Scott Williamson felt like he was stuck in a boat with only one paddle. It didn’t matter how hard or how fast he paddled, he just drifted around in circles.

But now, for a little under $100,000, the executive...

Blankenship repeats request to keep UBB disaster out of trial

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Defense lawyers for former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship this week are again insisting that evidence about the Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster be kept from the jury when the criminal case against Blankenship goes to trial ...

Prosecutors indicate Freedom’s Farrell will plead guilty

Prosecutors indicated today that former Freedom Industries official Dennis Farrell is expected to plead guilty to charges concerning the January 2014 chemical leak at the company’s Elk River facility in Charleston.

Assistant U.S. Attorney ...

Disabled veterans mobile office to make stops this month

The nonprofit Disabled American Veterans offers help to veterans concerning benefits and services through its DAV Mobile Service Office.

The free mobile office will make stops at the following...

Patriot could dump cleanup costs on taxpayers, DEP warns

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Lawyers for the state Department of Environmental Protection are warning that Patriot Coal’s current bankruptcy plans could leave West Virginia stuck with the liability for hundreds of millions of dollars in land...

Virginia-based wireless company Shentel buys nTelos

NTelos Holdings Corp, a wireless communications company that serves customers in West Virginia, has been sold to Shenandoah Telecommunications Co., or Shentel, for $208 million.

The deal, which...

Cleanup firm wins payment dispute with Freedom Industries

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A federal judge has sided with a former Freedom Industries contractor in a dispute over how the bankrupt company pays the firm for work performed as part of cleanup of Freedom’s Elk River terminal, site of the January ...

Bulletin Board: Aug. 12, 2015

Pig roast

The annual Metro Vally Gabriel Project Pig Roast will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday. Meals are available to-go at the tent between Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral and Sacred Heart Grade School. Each meal includes pulled-pork...

‘Doctor Dolittle’ continues this weekend at Alban Arts Center in St. Albans

Based on a classic children’s book, the play “Dr. Dolittle” continues this weekend at the Alban Arts Center, 65 Olde Main St., St. Albans.

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