BridgeValley Community and Technical College failed to follow state law in providing free housing to the school president, West Virginia’s top higher education oversight administrator advised in a letter last month.
A weeklong training exercise testing the ability of U.S. military personnel from several branches of the armed forces to stage operations from austere, remote locations, as well as established, traditional bases, is underway at sites across West Virginia.
Smoke and ash from massive wildfires in the American West shrouded the sky and led to air quality alerts on parts of the East Coast on Wednesday as the effects of the blazes were felt 2,500 miles away.
Construction activity now underway on the Interstate 64 widening and bridge replacement project between the Nitro and Scott Depot interchanges became even busier Tuesday, when the first in a series of daily rock-clearing blasts was detonated at the site of a new St. Albans access ramp.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Four used car dealers have been permanently blocked from selling vehicles in West Virginia under a recent court order.
The percentage of vacant Class A office space fell by half in downtown Charleston from March to July, but the decrease isn’t worth the rejoicing one would imagine.
While COVID-19 variants are spreading and diseases tied to intravenous drug use are on the rise in Kanawha County, the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department is on the search for a new health officer and executive director.
Periodic road closures to accommodate mountain blasting are on the schedule for people traveling on Interstate 64 through the end of August.
The South Charleston City Council unanimously passed an ordinance Thursday outlawing employment, housing and other discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
The board that oversees the Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority is investigating allegations someone there misused money contributed by employees and meant for staff celebrations.
More initiatives are underway at agencies responsible for helping Kanawha County address its growing HIV crisis, according to reports given at Tuesday’s HIV task force meeting.
It’s next to the tracks on Railroad Avenue, which runs parallel to the rails from its West Side intersection with Maryland Avenue and Washington Street West to its short end about 100 yards away at Watts Street. Along the way is the rear of Denver’s Depot, a venerable West Side watering hole.
The trial for the man accused killing Charleston Police Officer Cassie Johnson has been postponed until November.