WILLIAMSON — Healthy in the Hills, an outreach group formed by Williamson Health and Wellness Center designed to promote healthy living, is hosting a series of guided hikes this spring along seven popular trails in the Tug Valley area.
HAMLIN — The Lincoln County Board of Education unanimously approved a contract for services with former Boone County Schools Superintendent Jeffrey Huffman during its regular session on Feb. 26.
The West Virginia University System, back in 2018, outsourced food services on all of its campuses to Sodexo until 2033.
Less than 175 customers in West Virginia entered the weekend without electricity, a fraction of the 462,835 that Appalachian Power services in the Mountain State. When the week began, there were nearly 3,500 customers without power as crews continued restoration efforts in the wake of recent…
MAN — The 49th anniversary of the Buffalo Creek flood — which left thousands homeless and 125 dead on Feb. 26, 1972 — was remembered Friday at the Buffalo Creek Memorial Library in South Man, as well as a wreath laying by Gov. Jim Justice.
The Kanawha County Public Library system will reopen most of its branches to in-person visits Monday. The library will also increase occupancy for patrons, following recommendations by Gov. Jim Justice.
WASHINGTON — While Congress tries to push out a new round of COVID-19 relief funding, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., and the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee met Wednesday morning to preview the country’s future in transportation and infrastructure.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Del. Chad Lovejoy, D-Cabell, has reintroduced his bill to provide workers’ compensation benefits to first responders with post-traumatic stress disorder. He’s ready to take his name off the bill to get it passed.
The sun emerged from a curtain of clouds for the first time in a week on Wednesday, as repair crews across Western West Virginia gained ground in their struggle to restore power to more than 97,000 homes and businesses knocked off the grid in the wake of a nonstop wave of winter storms.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University’s new Aviation Maintenance & Technology Program has landed its first aircraft, thanks to the generosity of a local alumnus, the Robert C. Byrd Institute announced Tuesday.
Glistening, ice-coated tree limbs might be easy on the eye, but they are hard on power lines and the people who depend on them, as nearly 50,000 Appalachian Power customers in Southwestern West Virginia can attest.
In the early 1990s, not even longtime U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller could take down West Virginia Senate President Pro Tempore Donna Boley.
The 2020 general election ended in West Virginia Monday afternoon when the state’s five electors cast their votes for President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
West Virginia Legislative staff is trying to figure out how to keep 134 lawmakers a safe distance apart at the state Capitol when they come together for the 2021 regular session in February.
West Virginia Democrats’ best wasn’t good enough to make any gains in public office in 2020. Almost every facet of the state government will be under the management of Republicans in 2021.
Twenty-nine people who, as children, were mentally, sexually and physically abused by the adults who ran a Christian boarding school in Harrison County will receive $52 million as part of a settlement reached in a civil lawsuit last month.
State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has joined West Virginia in a legal fight to halt the counting of late mail and absentee ballots in Pennsylvania.
The 2020 gubernatorial election in West Virginia has five candidates competing for the top executive job in Mountain State government.