Our most precious and beloved mother, Hazel LaVonne Coffman Rose, passed away peacefully in her chair on the evening of April 1, 2016 at Montgomery Rehab and Elderly Care Nursing Home.
Her husband of 58 years, Eugene, passed away in 2007....
Ronald Douglas Parker, 72, of Ripley, passed away April 2, 2016 following a sudden illness.
He was born Dec. 21, 1943 in Hinton, a son of the late Jesse Douglas and Lula Leona Kessler Parker. He retired as a designer from Constellium Rolled...
Gladys G. Ullom, 81, of Hurricane, passed away April 1, 2016. Family and friends are encouraged to share memories at www.chapmanfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements by Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane.
Aaron Bossi hit for the cycle as Marshall defeated Louisiana Tech 10-4 Sunday afternoon at Appalachian Power Park.
Charleston Area Medical Center is one of four organizations nationally to receive the 2015 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation’s highest Presidential honor for performance excellence.
The next WVSILC meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday in the Conference Room on the 3rd floor at the Division of Rehabilitation Services office at 10 McJunkin Road, Nitro. All materials distributed during Council...
If nothing else, “Mountain Stage” regularly proves that it is possible to put two different acts together on the same show and it will turn out just fine, but that’s not how it always works everywhere else.
Dear Abby: I have been dating an alcoholic for three years. He recently entered a treatment program because after his last binge he tried to kill himself. He seems to be committed to his program and staying sober.
HOUSTON — Kris Jenkins and Nate Britt, brothers in every way except blood, are giving each other the silent treatment for about 48 hours.
The Charleston Sanitary Board has filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to take action on its proposed copper standards that were submitted to the agency last June.
HUNTINGTON — Football coaches are a different breed. Unless you’re a Doc Holliday and can drop anchor in one place for two decades, your career is going to have a lot of lines and a lot of strange, seemingly...
During their late-June prospect camp last summer, West Virginia hosted over 100 recruits from around the country. The biggest contingent, though, was a bus full of a few dozen players from Michigan.