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Jury rules in favor of Vienna man in case against mortgage company

A federal jury in Beckley on Monday awarded $2.6 million in punitive damages to a Vienna man who sued a mortgage loan company for refusing to investigate issues he raised about his credit report.

Reunions: National Jarrett, St. Albans High, Carbide Camps, Putnam County, USS Perkins

National Jarrett Reunion: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 4, at the James Jarrett House (Fairhill) near Alderson. A catered lunch will be served at noon. Tours of the James Jarrett House will be available. Descendants of James, Jesse, Owen or David Jarrett who ...

9/11
remembered
at Yeager
Pentagon limestone now part of airport
9/11 remembered at Yeager Pentagon limestone now part of airport

Yeager Airport adopted its own piece of history Tuesday, as an artifact retrieved from the Sept. 11, 2001, al-Qaida terrorist attack was dedicated to the airport by the Transportation Security Administration.

Jury rules in favor of Vienna man in case against mortgage company

A federal jury in Beckley on Monday awarded $2.6 million in punitive damages to a Vienna man who sued a mortgage loan company for refusing to investigate issues he raised about his credit report.

Tomblin: Don’t raid Rainy Day fund
Tomblin: Don’t raid Rainy Day fund

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin sent a strong message to West Virginia lawmakers Tuesday: Don’t raid the state’s Rainy Day reserve funds to balance the budget.

Russian journalist arrives to work with Gazette-Mail
Russian journalist arrives to work with Gazette-Mail

Hi, my name is Yana Goncharova, and I’m a journalist from Russia. Since my arrival in Charleston on Saturday, I’m strongly considering making a nameplate that says “Russian Girl,” so everyone can understand why they...

Kanawha school board OKs budget, despite state not having one

Kanawha County school board members voted 4-1 Tuesday to pass a $233.8 million general budget — one based on preliminary funding estimates because the West Virginia Legislature still hasn’t approved a state budget for next fiscal year....

Slain coal exec Hatfield was a ‘complex individual’
Slain coal exec Hatfield was a ‘complex individual’

On Sunday morning, Ben Hatfield’s face was smiling up from the newspaper page. Decked out in black-tie attire, Hatfield was featured on the society page in a collection of photos from last month’s Charleston Area Medical Center...

WV House kills tobacco tax hike, as budget prospects dim
WV House kills tobacco tax hike, as budget prospects dim

Prospects for passage of a 2016-17 state budget suffered a major setback Tuesday, as the House of Delegates rejected a bill to raise tobacco taxes to close about $76 million of a $270 million budget shortfall.

Putnam to get its own Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Putnam to get its own Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha and Putnam counties will soon be opening a ReStore in Putnam County by the end of the year.

Arrests made in coal company executive’s death
Arrests made in coal company executive’s death

An Ohio man was arrested early Tuesday for allegedly killing Bennett K. “Ben” Hatfield in a Mingo County cemetery, where Hatfield was preparing his late wife’s and other family member’s graves for Memorial Day.

WV begins allowing concealed guns without permits

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia now lets people 21 years old and up carry hidden guns without permits or training.

3 WV fire departments get federal grants

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Three West Virginia fire departments will receive more than $887,000 in federal grants for equipment upgrades.

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