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New tailgating service aims to score customers at Marshall home games
New tailgating service aims to score customers at Marshall home games

Tailgating has long been a part of the football experience — after all, four quarters and a halftime show aren’t nearly long enough for avid fans to cheer on favorite teams.

Now there’s a new tailgating option for Marshall...

Ex-WVDOH official indicted on racketeering charges

A politically connected former West Virginia Division of Highways official was indicted Tuesday after a federal investigation of the agency’s equipment division.

Bob Andrew, who headed the DOH equipment division in Buckhannon for 16 years ...

Judge tells newspaper company, AG to meet

WINFIELD, W.Va. -- A Putnam County judge said Tuesday that the Daily Gazette Company should decide what parts of an investigative subpoena filed by the state attorney general’s office it would willingly comply with.

Circuit Judge Philip...

Charleston man embezzled from Fairness West Virginia, police say

Police are looking for a Charleston man accused of forging more than $6,000 in checks from Fairness West Virginia.

Travis Crum, 27, of Kanawha Avenue is wanted on a single count of embezzlement, a felony, according to a criminal complaint filed ...

State Police win cruiser contest
State Police win cruiser contest

The West Virginia State Police won the 2015 Best Looking Cruiser Contest, sponsored by the American Association of State Troopers.

Supporters could vote for the State Police by clicking “like” on a photo of the cruiser on the ...

Photo: Fall is fast approaching
Photo: Fall is fast approaching

Fruit and flame create perfect summer treat
Fruit and flame create perfect summer treat

If anyone ran analytics on this sort of thing, my guess is they’d find that grilling and fruit are both at their peak about now. Unfortunately, they’d probably also find that the two rarely intersect.

That’s a shame, because ...

Big-airline fare war unlikely to land at Yeager

While some of the larger airlines are beginning to match, and even undercut, the fares of low-cost carriers on off-peak travel dates, the practice appears unlikely to happen any time soon at Charleston’s Yeager Airport.

The lowest oil...

Charleston man sentenced for dealing heroin, meth

A Charleston man pleaded guilty in federal court in Charleston to possession with intent to distribute 50 or more grams of methamphetamine, according to a news release from the U.S. attorney’s office.

Brian Keith Dunnigan, 46, admitted...

Tech giant unveils new logo
Tech giant unveils new logo

SAN FRANCISCO — Google is refining its famous logo as it prepares to become a part of a new holding company called Alphabet.

The revised design unveiled Tuesday features the same mix of blue, red, yellow and...

New tailgating service aims to score customers at Marshall home games
New tailgating service aims to score customers at Marshall home games

Tailgating has long been a part of the football experience — after all, four quarters and a halftime show aren’t nearly long enough for avid fans to cheer on favorite teams.

Now there’s a new tailgating option for Marshall...

Community Notes: Sept. 2, 2015

Hillbilly Days

HAMLIN — The West Virginia Hillbilly Days festival gets underway tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. with a demolition derby for small cars at the Lincoln County Memorial Fairgrounds.

Events each day...

Judge says he’ll sign off on Patriot Coal asset sale

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A bankruptcy judge has told Patriot Coal that it can sell its remaining assets at auction.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Keith Phillips said on Monday at a hearing in Richmond that he would sign off on Patriot holding...

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