When Ralph Kelvington of Letart, Mason County, learned from his son, Brian, that the Commemorative Air Force was offering rides aboard one of only two still-flying B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers during a stop at Charleston’s Yeager Airport on Monday, three words immediately came to mind: G…
The city of Charleston announced Monday a grant program available for small businesses as the coronavirus pandemic stretches into the fall and winter months.
A judge on Friday dismissed a petition brought by a Kanawha County parent who tried to stop the West Virginia government from enforcing its color-coded school reopening map.
A judge denied a Kanawha County high school quarterback’s motion to intervene in the court case seeking to throw out the color-coded school reopening map.
The chance to fly in one of the world’s two still-flying B-29 Superfortresses will take place Monday at Charleston’s Yeager Airport, as part of the Commemorative Air Force’s AirPower History Tour.
The Charleston City Council approved a budget amendment Monday to move $115,000 from the city’s contingency fund so curbside recycling services can resume.
The Charleston Land Reuse Agency is seeking input from residents and visitors in the area around Central Avenue and Park Avenue about the future of 739 Central Ave. The former Abraham Grocery — most recently known as Park Place Bar — has been a gathering place for the neighborhood in the pas…
A George Washington High School football player filed Friday to intervene in a petition arguing that the state’s color-coded school reopening map and associated protocols violate the Equal Protection Clause of the West Virginia Constitution.
Six Kanawha County first responders will remain in Louisiana for another week as relief efforts continue in a region facing threats of hurricane after hurricane.
A judge has selected a date to hear oral arguments concerning the legality of the color-coded school reopening map and the governor not reconvening the West Virginia Legislature amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Carrying signs that read “Demand local jobs for local workers,” about 40 people gathered Thursday morning at two locations in the Kanawha Valley. Their aim: for operators of an under-construction plant to not outsource manpower and, instead, employ West Virginia workers.
Friday night, the Alban Arts Center opens its third production since the coronavirus pandemic effectively shut down almost all live theater in the country.
Charleston’s LGBTQ Working Group outlined its long-term goals for the coming months during its regular meeting Tuesday, including passing a city ordinance to ban conversion therapy and pushing for more community outreach. The group divided its work primarily into four areas: city ordinances,…
A Hurricane restaurant has filed a lawsuit asking a federal judge to find the state’s mask mandate and “stay at home order” unconstitutional and unenforceable.