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No quick solution for Corridor G holiday traffic woes
LISA BERNHEIM | Gazette-Mail
No quick solution for Corridor G holiday traffic woes

When Perry Como said that the traffic was terrific in his Christmas song “There’s No Place Like Home For The Holidays,” he was wrong.

“Traffic was god-awful,” said Vivian Amburgey, who works at D&D...

Calhoun seeking change to small county school funding

Officials from the county school system with the biggest deficit in West Virginia want changes to a part of the state’s school aid funding formula that’s meant to help the lowest-enrollment counties by paying them for students they...

Canadian company buys WV wind project for $200 million

A Fortune 500 Canadian energy company recently bought a long-delayed Grant County wind farm, paying $200 million for the project, which they hope will be up and running in a year.

Enbridge, a Calgary-based pipeline and energy company, ...

No quick solution for Corridor G holiday traffic woes
No quick solution for Corridor G holiday traffic woes

When Perry Como said that the traffic was terrific in his Christmas song “There’s No Place Like Home For The Holidays,” he was wrong.

“Traffic was god-awful,” said Vivian Amburgey, who works at D&D Outfitters, ...

Western Kentucky beats Marshall to claim C-USA East title
Western Kentucky beats Marshall to claim C-USA East title

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Brandon Doughty, his receivers and his defense left no doubt Friday that Western Kentucky is the class of Conference USA’s East Division, barreling over Marshall 49-28 at Houchens-Smith...

Police: 3 officers injured in shooting near Colorado Planned Parenthood; shooter contained

UPDATE:

Police say three officers were injured in a shooting near Colorado Planned Parenthood. The shooter has been contained.

Original story appears below:

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) – Police were responding Friday to a...

5 men arrested, accused of illegally killing 18 deer

HINTON, W.Va. (AP) – Authorities have arrested five men from three states who are accused of killing nearly 20 deer in West Virginia.

West Virginia Natural Resources Police tell local media that they arrested the men after finding 18...

Pittsburgh man pleads guilty in heroin distribution ring

WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) – A Pittsburgh man accused of running a heroin trafficking ring has pleaded guilty to a drug charge.

Thirty-one-year-old Christopher T. Gyorko entered the plea in federal court in Wheeling this week to a heroin...

Trailer burns in Rand early Friday

A trailer was destroyed by fire in Rand early Friday morning.

Bill White, chief of the Rand Volunteer Fire Department, said the call about the fire came in just after 4 a.m., and volunteer firefighters from Rand and Malden spent more than an...

Business groups to discuss agenda for legislative session

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Business trade groups in West Virginia are preparing their legislative agendas ahead of the upcoming session.

Representatives from the state’s major industries will gather Dec. 8 for a conference hosted by ...

Trees selected for West Virginia Capitol holiday displays
Trees selected for West Virginia Capitol holiday displays

Ed and Ginny Dumire used to put Christmas lights on the blue spruce outside their Randolph County home. But it grew so large that it blocked their view of their horses, so the couple decided over the summer to get rid of the tree.

Now...

Grants available for West Virginia transportation projects

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia officials are looking for applicants for federal grant programs that support certain transportation projects.

The Transportation Alternatives Program funds non-traditional transportation projects...

WV DEP to light ‘energy tree’

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection is inviting residents to come see its “energy tree.”

The agency will host a kick off for the energy tree display at its headquarters on Dec....

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