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Appalachian Power to pay $75 for old refrigerators, freezers

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Appalachian Power customers who have an old refrigerator or freezer taking up space can make a quick $75 in the next two months.

The power company is paying that much — $25 more than they have been — for...

Appalachian Power to pay $75 for old refrigerators, freezers

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Appalachian Power customers who have an old refrigerator or freezer taking up space can make a quick $75 in the next two months.

The power company is paying that much — $25 more than they have been — for...

Workers injured in accident at Alloy plant

ALLOY, W.Va. -- Three workers were injured at a manufacturing plant in Fayette County on Tuesday afternoon after they hit an underground power line with a jackhammer.

The workers had the power lines marked, but still nicked one with the...

Ex-POW Lynch to be featured at veterans benefit concert

WHEELING, W.Va. — Former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch will highlight a holiday country music fundraiser in Wheeling.

Lynch will be the guest of honor at the Honky Tonk Sweethearts’ Dec. 5 benefit ...

Loaded gun found in carry-on bag at Tri-State Airport

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Officials at Tri-State Airport in Huntington confiscated a loaded gun that was discovered in carry-on baggage Monday.

Agents with the Transportation Safety Administration discovered...

Man found dead in burned home was murdered, police say

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Police say a Mannington man found dead in his burned home was murdered.

Marion County Sheriff’s Detective Kevin Alkire told The Times West Virginian that no arrests have been...

Jury recommends no mercy for murderer of Brooke man

WELLSBURG, W.Va. — A Pennsylvania man convicted of killing a West Virginia man faces life in prison without parole.

A Brooke County Circuit Court jury Monday recommended no mercy for Rocco Zuccaro, 30,...

Marple’s attorney apologizes to WV school board lawyers

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Charleston attorney representing ousted state schools Superintendent Jorea Marple in a lawsuit against the West Virginia Board of Education has apologized for comments he made in the Sunday Gazette-Mail about attorneys...

Bulletin Board: July 29, 2015

School supply drive

St. Albans Curves is partnering with Kanawha County Schools to provide students with needed school supplies now through Aug. 6 at St. Albans Curves, 64 Olde Main Plaza, St. Albans. Supplies needed for donation include the...

Consol reports 2Q loss on sales decline, higher costs

CANONSBURG, Pa. – Consol Energy reported a bigger second-quarter loss as weak coal sales dragged revenue lower and exploration costs increased.

With natural gas prices faltering and demand for coal continuing to erode, the company fell...

More than 90 charged in north-central W.Va. drug probe

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – More than 90 people face charges stemming from a drug investigation in north-central West Virginia.

More than a dozen police agencies began arresting the suspects on Tuesday. Bridgeport police chief John Walker tells...

Museum creates research room for miner family histories

SCARBRO, W.Va. – A museum and store in Fayette County has created a room where coal miners’ relatives can research their family histories.

The Whipple Company Store and Appalachian Heritage Museum in Scarbro converted the old...

West Washington Street, Tyler Mountain areas without water service

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Customers along West Washington Street and in the Tyler Mountain area are without water service this morning because of a water main break.

According to West Virginia American Water’s website, a water main break on...

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