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Nitro council approves demolition for two more houses

Nitro City Council members approved using sales tax revenue to fund the demolition of two troubled structures at its meeting Tuesday night.

Nitro council approves demolition for two more houses

Nitro City Council members approved using sales tax revenue to fund the demolition of two troubled structures at its meeting Tuesday night.

The Food Guy: Bounty of food events on tap this weekend
The Food Guy: Bounty of food events on tap this weekend

If you love good food, you’re in luck this weekend. There’s a busy slate of tasty events on tap.

Cast Iron Cook-Off pits two 2015 winners against each other
Cast Iron Cook-Off pits two 2015 winners against each other

Charleston, get ready for a real food fight.

A chef showdown, known as the Cast Iron Throwdown, will be held this Saturday morning in the Marriott Ballroom during the Cast Iron Cook-Off and West Virgina Winter Food Festival.

Donors award more than $170,000 to West Side initiatives

A group of donors recently awarded more than $170,000 to benefit local initiatives on Charleston’s West Side.

Photo: Fisherman takes advantage of warm winter weather
Photo: Fisherman takes advantage of warm winter weather

Families settle over Charleston’s deadliest fire
Families settle over Charleston’s deadliest fire

As Timothy Carter-Camp walked to take a seat on the witness stand last week, his short-sleeved shirt made it easy to see the faces of his three children tattooed on his forearm.

Charleston man pleads guilty to heroin crime

A Charleston man pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to possession with intent to distribute heroin.

Legislators reject financial impact request for prevailing wage bill

Democrats in the Legislature could be feeling like Bill Murray in “Groundhog Day,” reliving the same day over and over, as leadership on Tuesday again rejected their requests for data on the financial impact of...

Protect pups from wintertime dangers
Protect pups from wintertime dangers

We may have made it through a good chunk of winter, but the next two months will be no walk in the park — especially for your dog.

Hospital rate review repeal would increase costs, agency chief says

State Health Care Authority Chairman Jim Pitrolo didn’t pull any punches Tuesday when state lawmakers asked what would happen if they pass a bill that would stop his agency from regulating hospital rates in West Virginia.

Legislative panels at odds on WV Turnpike tolls
Legislative panels at odds on WV Turnpike tolls

Two legislative committees are taking opposing positions on the question of West Virginia Turnpike tolls: Should they stay or should they go?

Missouri native blazes own trail to sign with WVU
Missouri native blazes own trail to sign with WVU

MORGANTOWN — Back in July, Chase Behrndt ventured from his home in Wildwood, Missouri, to West Virginia University, following through on an invitation he’d earned a month earlier at the Sound Mind, Sound Body Football Academy in Detroit. ...

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