The cities of South Charleston and Charleston are requesting volunteers for a set of civic spring cleanup events beginning this weekend.
Nitro Mayor David Casebolt offered a public salute recently to Tracy Toler, a Nitro Development Authority Board member and city resident who has been instrumental in changing the landscape and visitor appeal of the city's already popular -- and tentatively growing -- Ridenour Lake area.
Dutch Miller Subaru will host a free community paper and electronics recycling event from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, at the dealership at 1901 Patrick St. Plaza in Charleston.
In the midst of plentiful pandemic restrictions, setbacks and delays, the Kanawha Valley Senior Services staff has forged ahead diligently to get their newer, bigger West Side headquarters fully functioning and publicly accessible again.
GHENT -- I have to admit, when the COVID-19 pandemic caused just about everything to be shut down just over a year ago, I truly was worried that I was going to lose the opportunity to ski during the this past winter.
The origin of meatloaf is unclear. Some say it emerged around the fifth century in medieval Europe. It was a way to use meat scraps that were nearly spoiled. The scraps were finely diced and blended with nuts, fruits, herbs and spices. This was a great way to stretch protein in the diet.
Last month at the Mammoth Mine site in Smithers, 36 contractors planted 204,000 trees on 267 acres of legacy minelands, as part of a large-scale restoration project in the Upper Kanawha Valley.
City of Montgomery officials announced via social media last week that the city and nearby Smithers will receive 20 mini-grants for civic improvements, programs and projects.
Ridenour Lake in Nitro will be the opening venue for the Rivers to Ridges Mountain Bike Race and Ride Series on Sunday, April 18, starting at 1 p.m.
St. Albans City Park is gearing up for a variety of springtime events, beginning this weekend with a holiday family favorite and continuing with the return of a perennially popular outdoor attraction next month.
The West Virginia Institute for Spirituality on Virginia Street East in Charleston is an ecumenical center for prayer and spiritual growth. Its ministry promotes spiritual life through silence, prayer, retreats, education, spiritual direction, and interfaith dialogue.
Until just a few weeks ago, I, along with every baseball fan in the region, wasn’t for sure if there was going to be professional baseball played in Charleston this summer.