A trio of upcoming events will help pay for the medical expenses of Lori E. Stephens, a local resident in need of a liver transplant.
Harriet Tubman, Gen. Stonewall Jackson, Mark Twain and Bishop Francis Asbury will be among the congregants on a monthly basis this fall and winter at a West Side church.
The devastating effects of the 1,000-year flood of 2016 still linger all along the Elk River communities. A vast number of working and/or lower- to middle-class flood survivors did not qualify for help from government agencies.
When the West Virginia Power return to the playing field at Appalachian Power Park for the 2019 season, a new parent club will be working with the low-Class A Minor League club.
The St. Albans Historical Society is organizing an ambulatory event to showcase the brighter — and darker — aspects of the city’s proud — and sometimes paranormal — past.
A limited-time exhibit that opened to the public last month at the South Charleston Intrepretive Center reveals several chapters of the city’s history as the home of a U.S. Navy factory that many these days are unaware ever existed.
The Kanawha Valley Friends of Old Time Music and Dance, known more widely as FOOTMAD, will kick off its 2018-19 concert season on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the West Virginia Culture Center Theater in the state Capitol Complex with a performance by The Tannahill Weavers from Scotland.
Starting this week, terrible things will go bump in the night several evenings through Halloween, Oct. 31, at Sissonville Middle School.
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- Chuck Yeager attends air show, veterans and first responders honored
- WV Supreme Court Justice Loughry guilty on 11 of 22 federal charges
- Big Chimney man pleads guilty to second-degree murder in wife's death
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