Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and restrictions of public gatherings of more than 25 people at one site, Charleston Main Streets has announced that the scheduled Foam at the Dome, OktoberWest, and Hops & Heat events it sponsors annually, have been canceled.
Fritters are found in many cuisines. There are basically three types of fritters. Plain fritters are deep-fried cakes of chou paste or yeast dough. Another type of fritter has bits of meat, seafood, vegetables, or fruits coated with a batter and deep fried. Small cakes of chopped foods mixed…
According to St. Albans Fire Department Fire Marshal Lt. Chris Collins, carbon monoxide gas is a misunderstood and invisible potential menace in some households.
For its ninth year of arts-oriented activities, FestivFALL will present an innovative format in October, owing to the social strictures resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Appalachian Children’s Chorus is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2020. As part of the commemoration, the nonprofit organization has launched its first peer-to-peer fundraiser, which continues through this month.
Known to millions of viewers as his fictional alter-ego, Bob Vance, the head honcho of Vance Refrigeration in Scranton, Pennsylvania, on NBC’s long-running sitcom, “The Office,” actor Robert Ray (Bobby Ray) Shafer Jr. gave the shirt off his back to a worthy cause on Monday.
Black beans are called turtle beans, caviar criollo, and frijoles negros. Black beans date to at least 7,000 years. They are native to the Americas and were a staple food item in the diets of Central and South Americans. They are especially popular in Latin American cuisine. They are also a …
This week, Audiology and Hearing Aid Services, a Charleston business fixture since 1975, is moving a few miles eastward to Kanawha City to serve its clients in updated, more spacious offices.
Today is the first full day of fall. The actual equinox was yesterday morning. That meant the sun was directly over the equator and the amount of daylight and night was exactly the same.
The Kanawha County Commission announced last week that it has received notice of $2 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the Lens Creek Sewer Project Phase 1 extension.
"United We RISE" was the theme of the United Way of Central West Virginia's 15th annual Day of Caring, which matches volunteers with area service projects, held on Sept. 16 throughout the region
Like many other businesses and nonprofits, Camp Virgil Tate is fishing for creative ways to solve funding problems caused by the economic impact of coronavirus.
The St. Albans-based Alban Arts Center will livestream a local production of “Alice in Wonderland” for virtual audiences six times in September, starting this week.
LEXINGTON, KY. -- If you are a familiar reader of my column, you know, without a doubt, running is one of my true passions in life. It gives me the opportunity not only to clear my head of the day’s challenges, but also to meet some of the best people, who also love to be outdoors and just run.
From time to time you will hear people talk about COVID-19 and imply that it is no big deal since most people recover.
Glenville State College and the GSC Foundation have announced the first recipient of the Jesse Skiles Scholarship: Christian Ramsey, a 2020 graduate of Riverside High School in Belle.
Summer menus usually center around produce from the garden. Onions and garlic have been harvested. Asian eggplants are at their peak, and peppers are beginning to turn red. Fragrant Thai basil, distinctively redolent of cloves, is starting to flower. Cooler weather brings on a new crop of ci…
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