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WV agencies to poll public on arts programs

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Two state entities are asking West Virginians for their opinions on arts programs.

The state Commission on the Arts and the Division of Culture and History are offering surveys about the services and support they...

WV agencies to poll public on arts programs

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Two state entities are asking West Virginians for their opinions on arts programs.

The state Commission on the Arts and the Division of Culture and History are offering surveys about the services and support they...

Semi wreck spills frozen chicken in Preston County

KINGWOOD, W.Va. – A truckload of frozen chickens spilled onto a mountain roadway after a tractor-trailer overturned in Preston County.

Media outlets report the accident occurred around 5 a.m. Friday along W.Va. 7.

The Preston County ...

Monongalia deputies cleared in fatal shooting

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Two Monongalia County sheriff’s deputies have been cleared to return to work after an administrative review found no violations of department policy in the fatal shooting of a woman during a pursuit.

Media...

WVU Media College launching water project

The West Virginia University College of Media is adding two new media innovators to its roster of...

Backpacks benefit city’s homeless

Charleston’s Covenant House is making efforts to collect and distribute backpacks filled with summertime essentials to the city’s homeless.

Each weekday, the day center provides food, clothing, disease prevention and referral...

Boil-water advisory

West Virginia American Water has lifted the boil-water advisory for approximately 100 customers on 7th Avenue from 14th Street to 16th Street (Hal Greer Boulevard) in Huntington.

Beckley Water Company has lifted a boil-water advisory for...

Tomblin welcomes fellow governors to The Greenbrier

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS -- For the first time in 65 years, a West Virginia governor welcomed the National Governors Association to the Mountain State.

“I’m honored to welcome our nation’s governors to experience all that is...

Tenn. governor to speak in Charleston at GOP fundraiser, private roundtable

Before outlining the West Virginia Republican Party’s plans for the 2016 election at a ticketed luncheon in Charleston today, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and state Senate President Bill Cole will participate in an even more exclusive roundtable...

Taylor Books to celebrate 20 years on Capitol Street
Taylor Books to celebrate 20 years on Capitol Street

When Ann Saville made the decision to purchase the building space that would soon become Charleston’s beloved Taylor Books in 1995, the property didn’t look promising.

Capitol Street had become rundown with the arrival of the...

Gene Budig and Alan Heaps: Seeking Hispanic votes a good bet

The 2016 elections have moved into high gear. Candidates at all levels, along with their political parties, are jockeying for position.

This unfolding story has many subplots. One the most intriguing is the heated competition for the Hispanic...

Fire devastates Harpers Ferry’s commercial area
Fire devastates Harpers Ferry’s commercial area

HARPERS FERRY — An early morning fire devastated the shopping district of historic Harpers Ferry on Thursday, burning buildings that housed around 10 businesses, local officials said.

Mayor Gregory Vaughn...

Former Shelton College has many stories
Former Shelton College has many stories

Up on College Hill in St. Albans sits a 5,200-square-foot home with 15-foot ceilings that holds a complicated past in its brick-overlaid bones.

Students once walked its halls and notes from a music conservatory once filled the air. Now it hosts ...

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