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Daily Mail cartoon: May 3, 2016
Daily Mail cartoon: May 3, 2016

Charleston council approves bill allowing demolition delays

A divided City Council ultimately approved a bill’s committee substitute Monday night that could force purchasers of historic buildings to wait up to nine months to demolish them.

Dunbar residents to face liens for delinquent city fees

Dunbar City Council took the final step in its efforts to place liens on properties with delinquent municipal fees during its Monday night meeting.

St. Albans fills vacant council seat
St. Albans fills vacant council seat

St. Albans council has elected Pat Quinlan to fill the Ward 8 council seat vacated in March by Kevin Pennington.

Huntington museum partners with Putnam schools, exhibits student artwork
Huntington museum partners with Putnam schools, exhibits student artwork

WINFIELD — More than 1,100 students from Putnam County Schools made art with the Huntington Museum of Art during the 2014-15 school year.

Hillary Clinton hears successes, concerns in WV
Hillary Clinton hears successes, concerns in WV

WILLIAMSON — His voice breaking, Bo Copley read a Bible verse, steadied his nerves and handed a picture of his three children to the woman across the table.

Volunteers aware of risks, take precautions in Zika-affected areas
Volunteers aware of risks, take precautions in Zika-affected areas

While Zika continues to spread in parts of South America, Central America and the Caribbean Islands, that isn’t stopping some West Virginians from traveling there.

Marshall to open new department of dentistry
Marshall to open new department of dentistry

The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has created a department of dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery that will eventually oversee three dental residents and allow the school to expand its services to the public.

WVU Coliseum reopens after asbestos discovery; commencement to go on
WVU Coliseum reopens after asbestos discovery; commencement to go on

The Coliseum at West Virginia University reopened late Monday after university officials announced the building was safe for occupancy.

Fifty-nine sworn in as new U.S. citizens
Fifty-nine sworn in as new U.S. citizens

On Monday, 59 people became United States citizens in a ceremony at the Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse in Charleston. U.S. District Judge Joseph R. Goodwin presided over the ceremony, and U.S. Magistrate Judge Omar Aboulhosn spoke to the new citizens. ...

No warm welcome for Clinton in Williamson
No warm welcome for Clinton in Williamson

WILLIAMSON­ — Christopher Cline bought a piece of foam board Sunday night. Then he printed out some pictures of himself — one of him working in a coal mine, one of him flexing his muscles with coal ...

Knauff stands out with harsh criticism of Kanawha BOE
Knauff stands out with harsh criticism of Kanawha BOE

One candidate in Kanawha County’s school board race, for which early voting goes through Saturday, has stuck out for his denouncement of the current board’s record, while the other three competitors have little to no criticism.

Brooke magistrate admonished for posting granddaughter’s bond
Brooke magistrate admonished for posting granddaughter’s bond

The state Judicial Investigation Commission has admonished a Brooke County magistrate who posted bond for her granddaughter.

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