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Which is the best? Naming the Tastiest Town

Over the course of the last year or more, it’s become apparent to many of us in the features section at the Charleston Gazette-Mail that the food scene in West Virginia is (literally) growing.

Roundup: WVU baseball splits with Baylor
Roundup: WVU baseball splits with Baylor

West Virginia split a doubleheader at home with Baylor, losing the first game 8-6 before rallying to earn a 5-1 victory in the second game.

Prep roundup: Catholic baseball swats Sherman 13-2

Dom Martin went 4 for 4 with a double and drove in two runs Saturday to lift Charleston Catholic to a 13-2 prep baseball win at Sherman.

Chuck McGill: Asheville’s Rodgers on same track as former SAL stars
Chuck McGill: Asheville’s Rodgers on same track as former SAL stars

Mr. Rodgers is in the neighborhood, and area baseball fans should check him out during his first visit to the Mountain State.

Marshall offense shows spark in Green and White Game
Marshall offense shows spark in Green and White Game

HUNTINGTON — After struggling somewhat in two previous scrimmages, quarterback Chase Litton and the Marshall offense showed how special they could be Saturday in the Green and White Game.

Winfield girls fulfill favorite role at Gazette-Mail Relays
Winfield girls fulfill favorite role at Gazette-Mail Relays

Last year, Winfield won the Gazette-Mail/Friends of Coal Relays and state meet titles as an underdog.

Doddridge girls climbing back to the top in Class A track
Doddridge girls climbing back to the top in Class A track

If the Gazette-Mail/Friends of Coal Relays are a dress rehearsal for the state track and field meet, the 2016 Class A girls competition might be a renaissance of sorts.

Rick Ryan: Top AA track teams await Winfield’s return
Rick Ryan: Top AA track teams await Winfield’s return

By Rick Ryan

Staff writer

Come next year, the beast is back in Class AA track, and double-A coaches around the state know what’s coming.

Blankenship transcripts describe jury selection, other trial details
Blankenship transcripts describe jury selection, other trial details

Deborah Hardman was “Juror Number 16.”

U.S. District Judge Irene Berger called Hardman up to the bench on Oct. 1, the first day of jury selection for the trial of Don Blankenship. Hardman explained that she didn’t know much ...

Governor, president races split WV Democratic leaders

Four years ago, in the midst of a contentious governor’s race, the Republican Governors Association began running television attack ads against Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. The ads focused on health care and mine reclamation bills passed by lawmakers ...

Mudslide blocks road in Mink Shoals

A mudslide blocked traffic along Pennsylvania Avenue in Mink Shoals Saturday evening. Crews were working to clear the scene.

WVU Coliseum closed through Monday for more asbestos testing

The West Virginia University Coliseum will remain closed Monday, as workers test parts of the building for asbestos.

Children’s book author to visit library

West Virginia author Anna Smucker will share her picture book “Golden Delicious: A Cinderella Apple Story,” at Kanawha County Public Library this week in honor of Children’s Book Week. The story is about the discovery of West...

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