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Harpers Ferry looks to rebuild after fire

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When fire ripped through historic Harpers Ferry a month ago, one of West Virginia’s most photographed cityscapes was marred by disaster. Nine businesses were destroyed, and 45 employees and two tenants were displa...

Summersville draws crowds for Lighthouse Festival

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MOUNT NEBO — The unmistakable smell of barbecue and the distant sound of live Appalachian music wafted up toward the spectacular vista atop West Virginia’s only lighthouse on Sa...

The Custard Stand chili business expands regionally

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WEBSTER SPRINGS — It started as two 30-gallon pots of chili, cooked every day for the Webster Springs location of The Custard Stand restaurant.

Millions of gallons of chili later...

Route 29 Batman is killed after his Batmobile breaks down along a Md. highway

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A Maryland man who dedicated his life to giving children the chance to meet Batman died Sunday night while traveling home from South Charleston’s Summerfest.

Lenny B. Robinson, 51, of Baltimore, died around ...

Aging well: Edgewood Summit marks 20 years as senior home

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When Edgewood Summit opened its doors on April 15, 1995, Peggy Hitchman and her husband, Bill, were among the first residents to move in at the new retirement community.

Peggy still lives there today. She is proud ...

Sprayground opens at Barboursville Park

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BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va. — The water is flowing at Barboursville Park’s new splash park, and kids and parents from Cabell County and beyond are checking out the new cool-off s...

Appropriately, rare albino raccoon calls Coonskin Park home

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When Kanawha County Park Police Officer James Butler heard strange sounds coming from a Coonskin Park dumpster Tuesday, he dutifully peeked inside to see what was going on.

He wasn’t expecting a once-in-a-li...

Rescue group saves kitten from storm pipe full of water

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Volunteers and firefighters went to heroic lengths to save a weeks-old kitten from drowning Monday near St. Albans.

Dorella Tuckwiller, president and founder of local animal rescue group Itty Bitty Kitty Com...

Bear cubs draw visitors to WV State Wildlife Center in French Creek

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FRENCH CREEK — Cougars, elk, bison and wolves are just a few of the rarely seen native species that draw around 40,000 visitors annually to the West Virginia State Wildlife Cente...

Forum on geological effects on roads wraps up today

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Landslides, sinkholes and mine cave-ins are just a few examples of the many unique challenges civil engineers face when constructing infrastructure in Appalachia.

These geohazards are at the forefront of the annua...

State using precast concrete for road repair project

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West Virginia Department of Transportation officials are using a new technique in Kanawha County to fix a segment of road that is in dire need of repair.

Carrie Bly, spokesperson for the Department of Transportatio...

Hashers mix running, drinking

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Think of them as “drinkers with a running problem.”

That’s how Chris Alford describes the Hash House Harriers of Charleston — a running group whose members love drinking just as much as ...

West Virginia Women Work program may close doors

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West Virginia Women Work, a nonprofit that has lifted hundreds of women out of poverty by helping them find work in the construction industry, may soon close its doors if the organization is unable to secure additional f...

Lynn’s Drive-In one of state’s best kept secrets

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BLUEWELL — The small, brick restaurant along U.S. 52 may look unassuming to passersby, but generations of faithful customers will tell you Lynn’s Drive-In is one of West Virginia’s best-kept secrets....

Come on down! ‘Price is Right’ coming to WV

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“The Price is Right,” the popular game show that has been a fixture on television for more than half a century, will come to life in Charleston in November.

“The Price is Right Live” sta...

Police: Woman lied about daughter reported missing

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A Cross Lanes woman is charged with obstructing an officer after she allegedly lied about not knowing the whereabouts of her missing teen daughter, prolonging search efforts.

Armed citizens stand guard at Marine Corps and Navy Career Center

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Armed with a Stag Arms AR-15 rifle and a handgun, Michael LeRose has been standing guard outside the Marine Corps and Navy Career Center in Charleston since Monday.

Marmet City Council considers ATV ordinance

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Marmet City Council members agreed to hold a special meeting Monday in response to residents’ concerns about unsafe all-terrain vehicle and golf cart use within the city and also approved an accounting contract to...

Special meeting planned to address ATV use in Marmet

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Marmet City Council members agreed to hold a special meeting Monday in response to residents’ concerns about unsafe all-terrain vehicle and golf cart use within the city and also approved an accounting contract to...

Mingo woman starts campaign encouraging civility

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Resident starts campaign in effort to spread small acts of kindness, respect

Bojangles’ plans expansion into Charleston, Huntington, Beckley areas

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Popular chicken chain plans to open two restaurants by 2016

2015 Classic sees record TV viewership

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Third-most-watched sporting event of weekend behind NASCAR, World Cup

Dark financial cloud looms over Trace Fork soccer fields

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Foundation owes more than $1 million on loan that must be paid by 2016

Putnam board approves plans for Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market

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The Putnam County Board of Zoning Appeals voted Thursday to approve a conditional use permit for a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market to be built in Teays Valley.

Board members Patty Schiffour, Tony Hodge and Jessie Park...

Bojangles’ looking to open more W.Va., Ky. locations

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Bojangles’ opened its only West Virginia location in Princeton on Monday, but the popular southern fast-food chain plans to open more restaurants in the state as early as this year.

The Charlotte-based compa...

Dunbar man charged for allegedly driving impaired, striking road worker

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Police arrested a man in Dunbar after he allegedly struck a state Department of Transportation worker in a work zone while driving impaired.

Edward Kern, 69, of Dunbar, is charged with DUI causing injury. Investiga...

United flights at Yeager Airport not affected by nationwide glitch

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Computer error grounds United planes worldwide; connecting flights may be affected

Cabell man in trouble after pet deer discovered in home

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Cabell man kept two bucks in mobile home for ‘at least a year’

Couples will soon be able to get married in Greenbrier chapel

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Couples will be able to get married at resort’s church by September

Classic week a boon for state Commerce department

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Relationships forged at annual golf tournament credited for aiding in addition of new business developments

Weekly podcast offers a stage for local, national comedians

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Broadcasting live from West Virginia to the world, the Charleston Comedy Podcast offers local and national comedians alike the opportunity to entertain an audience that’s growing with each episode.

Brandon L...

Kids get rare, up-close view at Greenbrier Classic

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Known for its exclusivity and luxurious amenities, The Greenbrier is a place some people may never get to see or experience in their lives.

A partnership between the state Department of Commerce, Big Brothers Big S...

Greenbrier County reaps economic benefits of Greenbrier Classic

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As the sixth edition of The Greenbrier Classic gets underway, Lewisburg bu...