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Pennsylvania pepperoni rolls? Sheetz drops Clarksburg bakery
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Pennsylvania pepperoni rolls? Sheetz drops Clarksburg bakery

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Sheetz convenience stores might reconsider a decision to drop a West Virginia-based pepperoni roll bakery for an out-of-state provider after receiving plenty of spicy comments from customers.

Steve Rogers, owner of...

Pennsylvania pepperoni rolls? Sheetz drops Clarksburg bakery
Pennsylvania pepperoni rolls? Sheetz drops Clarksburg bakery

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Sheetz convenience stores might reconsider a decision to drop a West Virginia-based pepperoni roll bakery for an out-of-state provider after receiving plenty of spicy comments from customers.

Steve Rogers, owner of...

W.Va. bakery says losing Sheetz will cost jobs
W.Va. bakery says losing Sheetz will cost jobs

Pa.-based convenience store will purchase its pepperoni rolls elsewhere

New EPA draft adds to controversy over W.Va. selenium rule changes

Federal proposal for water pollution limits complicates state enforcement

By Ken Ward Jr.

Staff writer

Federal environmental officials on Monday issued a draft recommendation for new selenium water pollution limits,...

Historic 1960 Humphrey-Kennedy debate took place in WV
Historic 1960 Humphrey-Kennedy debate took place in WV

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Organizers of a campaign to bring a 2016 presidential debate to Charleston are hoping history is on their side — in the form of a groundbreaking 1960 debate held here.

On May 4, 1960 — a week before the...

Winfield sewer plant replacement work stalls

The city of Winfield’s plans to construct a new sewer plant have been temporarily stalled as officials wait for the West Virginia Division of Culture to complete its review of the site.

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Derakhshan appearance at Board of Medicine delayed

Local neurologist Dr. Iraj Derakhshan’s appearance in front of the West Virginia Board of Medicine has been delayed a month.

Derakhshan’s legal counsel cited a scheduling conflict and requested the continuance, said Robert Knittle,...

Young Entrepreneur Academy aspires to start local chapter

In an effort to redefine and rekindle youth entrepreneurship, the Young Entrepreneur Academy is aspiring to expand its parameters to initiate a new chapter in Charleston.

The program, founded in 2004 at the University of Rochester, allows...

Lawsuit accuses child-care worker of abuse

A lawsuit filed this month alleges that a Children’s Home Society of West Virginia employee sexually abused a boy while he was in her care at a Logan County facility.

Pauline and Charlie Compton, mother and son, are suing the...

Trial in slaying at Cross Lanes motel moved to September

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The trial for three people charged in a January slaying at a Cross Lanes motel was pushed back Monday until September.

Marcus Dominick Curtis, 25, of Dunbar, and Terrick D. Hogan, 26, and Shayla N. Stephenson, 22, both ...

Reunions: July 28, 2015

Montgomery High School class of 1950: 6 p.m. Saturday, Christian Family Book Store annex, Michigan Avenue, Smithers. Pictures will be taken at 5:30 p.m. Anyone who has not been contacted or if you know the whereabouts of former classmates, contact...

Bulletin Board: July 28, 2015

American Legion

American Legion Post 94 will have a meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Post Home, 118 11th Ave., South Charleston. All members and eligible veterans are invited to attend.

Climate lobby

The Citizens’ Climate...

Woman tries to rob Hurricane business
Woman tries to rob Hurricane business

HURRICANE, W.Va. -- A Hurricane woman is charged with armed robbery after allegedly trying to rob the New Orleans Coffee House in Hurricane.

At about 7:45 a.m. Monday, Alissa Ann Vanpelt allegedly placed a note on the counter that said...

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