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Five students from the Charleston Job Corps Center were selected to participate in the Long’s Chapel Restoration Project. Other students from Muhlenberg and Carl D. Perkins participated.
Looking to a future of increased tourism and recreational opportunities, Nitro city officials are pondering a major upgrade to Nitro City Park.
A former Spanish teacher at Capital High School was sentenced Tuesday to spend two years on probation for providing alcohol to a student.
Michelle Elaine Ball, 31, of St. Albans, had been accused of having a sexual relationship with her teenage ...
Runners throughout the area are getting ready for running in the cold winter as the temperature has started to drop. It’s a time of the year when runners have to convince themselves to train when the weather is a bit chilly.
One of my stronger Christmas memories comes from a time when I was alone.
Lexi Bautista, an eighth-grade student at Horace Mann Middle School in Kanawha City, has taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist.
Two years ago, when Shanon Thomas took over John Cook Jewelers from his father-in-law, John Cook III, he knew that trust and customer service are the keys to business success.
My hometown had a corner newsstand. I am among those who sentimentalize its closing. Local businessmen made it their first morning stop to pick up a copy of the East Liverpool Review or Pittsburgh Press.
The Tri-County YMCA has begun a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) initiative in four Putnam County Elementary Schools this school year.
Featuring 25 West Virginia artists, the13th River Arts Show and Sale will take place this week at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation on Charleston’s West Side.
Cabin Creek Health Systems dentist Dr. Hillary J. Homburg was chosen as a 2015 Give Kids A Smile Community Leadership Development Institute ambassador and spent three days training in St. Louis earlier this fall.
Ray Thomas’ first visit to West Virginia left a lasting impression on the staff and customers of Smith’s Carpet One in Big Chimney.