The City of St. Albans and collaborators have concocted a macabre calendar of Halloween-related events for maximal family fun, frolic (and a smattering of frights here and there) this month.
Faythe Freese will present a concert of light classical music on the Harrah Symphonic Organ at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 23, at Forrest Burdette Memorial United Methodist Church in Hurricane.
Cast members have been selected for stage performances of “Failure is Impossible” and “The Music Man,” both to be presented later this month.
During a routine self-examination in April 2021, Milton resident Erin O’Dell discovered a lump on her breast — which led to a diagnosis of triple positive breast cancer that July and an ensuing series of chemotherapy treatments.
Breast health nurse navigators have become an increasingly vital, multifaceted link and liaison between breast cancer patients and their health care specialists since the early 1990s.
A ceremony was scheduled for Oct. 1 at the Clendenin Church of the Nazarene for the dedication of the Walker Brothers Veterans Bridge on Interstate 79 in Clendenin.
Area embroiderers are invited to express their creativity, enjoy kinship with fellow creators and marvel at the fall foliage at an upcoming retreat that will be hosted by the Majestic Mountains Needle Arts group.
Intended to become an annual autumn event, the first Elk River Trail Marathon/Half-Marathon/5K on Sept. 18 challenged runners to traverse the woodland course once used by the former Elk River Railroad.
Allied Artists of West Virginia will sponsor a watercolor workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Nov. 1 through Nov. 4 at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 36 Norwood Road in South Hills, Charleston.
GHENT — If you haven’t noticed, there is a nip in the air and that means Old Man Winter will be knocking on the door pretty soon.
Every dog has his — or her — day — seven days a week, if and when necessary — at Charleston Dog Lodge, the area’s newest pet boutique for day care, boarding and grooming services.
More than 1,000 volunteers will pitch in today, Wednesday, Sept. 21, around the region as participants in the United Way of Central West Virginia’s 17th 2022 Day of Caring.
During their 70th wedding anniversary celebration earlier this month, Jim and Ethel Maroney found a decades-old, still-intact, carved-in-wood reminder of the early days of their courtship at Kanawha State Forest in Charleston.