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BB&T buys Pennsylvania-based banking company

BB&T Corporation has announced its plans to acquire National Penn Bancshares Inc., a banking company based in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

The $1.8 billion purchase of National Penn, which has operations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland,...

BB&T buys Pennsylvania-based banking company

BB&T Corporation has announced its plans to acquire National Penn Bancshares Inc., a banking company based in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

The $1.8 billion purchase of National Penn, which has operations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland, was ...

222 citations, 12 arrests in WVU students’ first weekend

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Police arrested a dozen people and issued more than 200 citations during West Virginia University students’ first weekend in Morgantown for the fall semester.

Morgantown Police Chief Ed Preston says the arrests...

Miners protest Patriot Coal’s efforts to cancel union contracts, benefits
Miners protest Patriot Coal’s efforts to cancel union contracts, benefits

SCOTT DEPOT, W.Va. — More than 1,000 miners and supporters gathered in front of Patriot Coal’s headquarters in Putnam County on Monday afternoon to protest the company’s continuing efforts to cancel...

EPA proposes methane emissions cuts for gas industry

The Obama administration is proposing new standards that are part of a broader strategy to require the nation’s booming oil and gas industry to reduce its...

Interstate 64 remains partially blocked following late night truck wreck
Interstate 64 remains partially blocked following late night truck wreck

INSTITUTE, W.Va. -- Two eastbound lanes of Interstate 64 remain closed near Institute more than nine hours after a late-night truck wreck.

Kanawha County Metro 911 dispatchers said a tractor-trailer overturned between Cross Lanes and Institute...

Mary Ingles encampment bound for Beech Fork Sept. 18-20
Mary Ingles encampment bound for Beech Fork Sept. 18-20

The Mary Ingles Trail Associates will present the 2015 Legacy of Mary Ingles encampment and living history event at Beech Fork State Park Sept. 18-20.

Roy Kuhl Sports adds batting cages, indoor workout area
Roy Kuhl Sports adds batting cages, indoor workout area

Every once in a while, someone will walk into Roy Kuhl Sports in Winfield looking for screwdrivers, nuts or bolts. What they find instead is a large selection of sporting goods, clothing and accessories.

Regency Place hosting Nitro bowling tournament to benefit Alzheimer’s

Regency Place, a senior and independent-living community in Scott Depot, will host a bowling tournament, to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association, Sunday, Aug. 30, at Town & Country Lanes in Nitro.

‘Love Buddies’ bring comfort to the lonely and those in distress
‘Love Buddies’ bring comfort to the lonely and those in distress

Parishioners at First Presbyterian Church in Dunbar are sharing the pews these days with some soft and furry church-goers.

Artist’s watercolors on display at Gallery Eleven
Artist’s watercolors on display at Gallery Eleven

Gallery Eleven’s Featured Artist of the Month for August is JoeAnn Crawford, an award-winning West Virginia artist who is included in several state, national and corporate collections.

Farmer’s Table: Rhubarb Custard Pie
Farmer’s Table: Rhubarb Custard Pie

Last week, West Virginia Public Broadcasting hosted a Rhubarb Pie Contest in honor of Garrison Keillor’s Charleston stop on his “America the Beautiful (Farewell) Tour.” There were 20 entries.

Inaugural 5K ‘Glow Run’ to light up Hurricane City Park
Twilight event to raise funds for American Cancer Society
Inaugural 5K ‘Glow Run’ to light up Hurricane City Park Twilight event to raise funds for American Cancer Society

Lights in the darkness will have additional, metaphorical meaning during the 5K “Glow Run” (and Walk) on the evening and night of Friday, Sept. 18, at City Park in Hurricane.

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