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Clarksburg man sentenced for role in gun theft ring

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A Clarksburg man will spend at least five years in prison for his role in a gun theft ring.

Harrison County assistant prosecutor Traci Cook says 25-year-old Jonathan Grant Martini was sentenced on Wednesday in circuit...

Clarksburg man sentenced for role in gun theft ring

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A Clarksburg man will spend at least five years in prison for his role in a gun theft ring.

Harrison County assistant prosecutor Traci Cook says 25-year-old Jonathan Grant Martini was sentenced on Wednesday in circuit...

Robert Samuelson: The trouble with Clinton’s profit sharing

Complex tax code needs fewer, not more tax breaks

State Senator Chris Walters: Fixing roads has no easy solution

Tolls on some interstate highways will spread the cost

Editorial: Let race tracks survive, or fold, on their own

State needs to get out of the business of propping up racing

Editorial: Judicial Investigation Commission ruling raises more questions than answers

Is ‘appearance of impropriety’ really that hard to understand?

Officials irate with Davis case dismissal

West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse and former Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Maloney voiced frustration Wednesday over the state Judicial Investigation Commission’s unanimous vote to dismiss a complaint against Supreme Court...

WVU FallFest moves to Sunday

West Virginia University’s annual FallFest concert has officially moved to Sunday, Aug. 16, this year.

Typically, the concert is held on the Monday after the first day of the semester, which sometimes led to students skipping classes on...

Atkinson named city manager of South Charleston

Former Yeager Airport director Rick Atkinson is now South Charleston’s city manager.

Atkinson’s first day was Wednesday.

Mayor Frank Mullens said Atkinson was hired after he expressed interest in working for the city...

I-Vibes brings Paul Trammell back to Charleston
I-Vibes brings Paul Trammell back to Charleston

Paul Trammell didn’t necessarily pick up the guitar because he wanted to be some kind of a rock star. He did it because his brother picked up the guitar before him.

“Yeah, Sam was playing guitar and I thought it was cool,”...

W.Va. dealing with ‘transitioning economy’ after six-month rise in unemployment

In the past six months, unemployment in West Virginia has risen dramatically, according to survey data collected by Workforce West Virginia and the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

According to the most recent numbers, around 57,500 — ...

Tyler Childers deserves Mountain Stage spotlight
Tyler Childers deserves Mountain Stage spotlight

This weekend, Tyler Childers makes his debut on Mountain Stage. Personally, I couldn’t be more thrilled. And I don’t think it’s too far off to believe there are a lot of others in the area that feel the exact same way.

If...

Local musician turned poet David Synn releases first book
Local musician turned poet David Synn releases first book

David Kondakdjian always wanted to be a musician. He wanted to be a rock star.

About six years ago, the soft-spoken, dark-haired man with all those tattoos invented a stage name and started calling himself David Synn. It's a name he still...

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