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Treasurer’s office returns unclaimed funds to Special Olympics, Girl Scouts

The West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office has reunited the West Virginia Special Olympics and the Girls Scouts of Black Diamond with $17,000 worth of unclaimed property checks.

Treasurer’s office returns unclaimed funds to Special Olympics, Girl Scouts

The West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office has reunited the West Virginia Special Olympics and the Girls Scouts of Black Diamond with $17,000 worth of unclaimed property checks.

CURA strikes deal with contractor over long-vacant building
CURA strikes deal with contractor over long-vacant building

The demolition of a long-vacant building near the Charleston Civic Center will have a twofold benefit, the head of the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority said Wednesday.

Photo: Ash Wednesday begins Lent
Photo: Ash Wednesday begins Lent

Cost of college tuition increased over past decade, but still below national average

Over the past 10 years, tuition at state colleges and universities has increased significantly, from between 55 percent to 94 percent, but remains about $2,500 a year below national averages, Higher Education Policy Commission Chancellor Paul Hill...

Riders back at Transit Mall after rough two weeks
Riders back at Transit Mall after rough two weeks

On a blustery Wednesday afternoon, riders of the Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority were able to shelter themselves from the snow.

Police arrest man accused of South Hills break-ins
Police arrest man accused of South Hills break-ins

Charleston police on Wednesday arrested a man they say broke into John Adams Middle School last fall and is responsible for several South Hills break-ins.

Pickens appointed acting Administration secretary
Pickens appointed acting Administration secretary

A state insurance agency administrator has been appointed acting cabinet secretary for the Department of Administration, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced Wednesday.

Belle to hold meeting on raising sewer rates

The Belle Town Council will meet Thursday to discuss a sewer rate increase to support a new sanitation plant.

St. Albans pair charged in Cross Lanes home invasion

Two men are facing charges for a home invasion and robbery that occurred in Cross Lanes last month.

Clean Power Plan court ruling may slow, but won’t stop, coal decline
Clean Power Plan court ruling may slow, but won’t stop, coal decline

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that at least temporarily blocks the Obama administration’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants may serve to slow some changes to the nation’s energy mix, but experts say it...

“Religious freedom” bill advances to vote on Thursday

A controversial bill that proponents say will restore religious freedom but opponents say will weaken local nondiscrimination ordinances is up for a vote in the House of Delegates on Thursday.

Elections panel OKs public campaign financing for WV justice Benjamin
Elections panel OKs public campaign financing for WV justice Benjamin

Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin’s re-election campaign has been certified for a total of $525,000 of public campaign financing, pending a possible legal challenge by one of his opponents.

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