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Keystone Drive slide cleanup could be complete by summer
F. BRIAN FERGUSON | Gazette-Mail
Keystone Drive slide cleanup could be complete by summer

Keystone Drive, closed since Yeager Airport’s safety-overrun area collapsed a year ago, could reopen sometime this summer, thanks in part to a preliminary settlement for emergency expense reimbursements with AIG, the Charleston airport’s...

Keystone Drive slide cleanup could be complete by summer
Keystone Drive slide cleanup could be complete by summer

Keystone Drive, closed since Yeager Airport’s safety-overrun area collapsed a year ago, could reopen sometime this summer, thanks in part to a preliminary settlement for emergency expense reimbursements with AIG, the Charleston airport’s ...

Meadow Bridge area boil-water advisory issued, two area advisories lifted

n The Department of Health and Human Resources has issued a boil-water advisory for customers in South Meadow Bridge only, following a water main break.

Eric Douglas: Baseball makes it ‘all right’
Eric Douglas: Baseball makes it ‘all right’

I still remember going to Watt Powell Park as a kid to see a baseball game. It had to be in the mid-1970s. The Charleston Charlies took the field that night. (Six different teams called that park home during its lifetime.)

YMCA of Kanawha Valley announces new golf program

An indoor, high-tech golf lab at the YMCA of Kanawha Valley, and outdoor group golf instruction at Coonskin Park in Charleston, highlight a new golf program of the YMCA and the Golf Academy of West Virginia.

W.Va. Youth Symphony to perform spring concert Sunday
W.Va. Youth Symphony to perform spring concert Sunday

The West Virginia Youth Symphony will present its annual spring concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 1, at the Scottish Rite Temple, 406 Capitol St. in Charleston.

‘Jessie’s Law,’ named for local woman killed by opioids, introduced in Senate

West Virginia’s two U.S. senators have introduced a bill that would try to prevent the misunderstanding that led to a Charleston woman’s overdose on opioid pain pills earlier this year.

National Travel and Tourism Week events slated around the state

Wild, Wonderful West Virginia, in collaboration with local partners, will host a series of events showcasing the many wild, wonderful activities in West Virginia, to celebrate the U.S. Travel Association’s National Travel and Tourism Week May 1-...

Sponsors sought for Teays Valley cinemas’ free summer kids’ series

The Frank Theatres Free Summer Kids Series is the perfect place for camp field trips and family fun days. This special promotion runs entirely off of sponsorships and gives local businesses as well as national chains the opportunity to showcase their...

Run For The Wall riders to visit Hurricane in May
Run For The Wall riders to visit Hurricane in May

Run For The Wall will arrive 400 motorcycles strong at the Wave Pool Park in Hurricane at 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 25.

State Board of Education honors Riverside High JROTC champions

On April 20 in Charleston, the West Virginia Board of Education recognized Riverside High School and other winning teams in the state’s first-ever sanctioned JROTC championship events.

Putnam Wellness Coalition sponsoring student PSA, billboard contests
Putnam Wellness Coalition sponsoring student PSA, billboard contests

The Putnam Wellness Coalition is sponsoring a pair of student contests to counter drug abuse this month.

Gazette-Mail interview: Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses issues facing WV
Gazette-Mail interview: Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses issues facing WV

The world must move away not just from coal, but from fossil fuels, but we must also protect people working in the fossil fuel industry, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said Tuesday.

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