The Charleston City Council on Monday approved a six-figure settlement with the family of a teenager and his toddler cousin who were subjected to excessive force by three Charleston police officers in 2017.
All lanes of interstate traffic near the I-77/I-79 split, in Charleston, were reopened Saturday morning, marking the end of a months-long project to repair and replace a series of bridge decks near Westmoreland Road, the state Department of Transportation announced Saturday.
Activists gathered outside Sen. Shelley Moore Capito’s Charleston office Saturday morning to let her know they’ve had enough.
Houston-based ALTIVIA Ketones & Additives LLC announced on Tuesday that it has entered into an agreement to buy the Dow Acetone Derivatives plant at Institute, along with the surrounding 460-acre Institute Industrial Park.
Marine Corps veteran Woody Williams (left) unveils the back side of the Purple Heart Memorial at the Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery, which will now be visible from the road as visitors drive into the Institute area cemetery. Williams, the state’s only living Medal of Honor…
Charleston community members are invited to enjoy an evening of dancing, music and cocktails at this year’s annual Light the Night: Dance Against Domestic Violence fundraising event.
Evita Saffer (left) helps her daughter, Layla, 4, string green beans during Saturday’s 10th annual Manna Meal Bean Stringin’ event at the Capitol Market, in Charleston. Manna Meal officials said they were expecting to get roughly 1,000 pounds of fresh green beans from this year’s event. The …
The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation Board of Trustees has approved the distribution of grant funding totaling $651,300 for 20 programs aimed at helping area communities.
Streetfest went to the dogs on Saturday as Charleston hosted a special “Dogfest” that had dozens of furry friends walking up and down Capitol Street barking, sniffing and sometimes nervously greeting each other.
When Amy Campbell was in 7th grade, she stood on a small, wooden stage in the middle of a field in Campbells Creek and won her school’s talent show. That was about 50 years ago, when the grass at what is now Ken Ellis Memorial Park was knee-high and unkempt, and there wasn’t a swingset or sl…