Charleston City Council on Monday voted to renew its contract with the Raleigh County Solid Waste Authority, allowing for the facility to continue processing Charleston’s recyclables.
After more than three years, the 4,000-pound chandelier has returned to its home inside the Capitol Rotunda. It was removed in February 2018 while the Capitol dome underwent repair and renovation work. On Wednesday, Keith Campbell Jr. (left) attaches the final connector to one of the Czechos…
Former Marmet mayor David Fontalbert defeated incumbent Jennings B. “Jay” Snodgrass Jr. to reclaim the office, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s municipal election.
At least nine people in Kanawha County who previously tested positive for HIV have been returned to care, as agencies in the region have worked in recent months to increase testing and outreach amid the continuing HIV crisis, Dr. Sherri Young, health officer at the Kanawha-Charleston Health …
The business was started by two longtime friends, Samuel McGuffin and Peter Tully, in the summer of 2018 in Huntington. The one-stop auto tag and title service company had four locations in Cabell and Kanawha counties.
Five days a week for 26 years, Charleston lawyer Tim DiPiero walked into work where he’d see his friend and colleague Sean McGinley, whom he remembered as a gifted attorney with “a keen sense of right and wrong and seeking justice.”
On Tuesday, 100 communities across West Virginia will hold municipal elections. In Kanawha County, three towns will be heading to the ballot box.
All children and teens age 19 years and under can eat free this summer at the following locations, the Kanawha County school system announced in a news release.
Charleston city officials and SQP Construction Group of St. Albans hold a ceremony marking the beginning of work on Slack Plaza Wednesday afternoon. The project, expected to cost more than $3 million, includes construction of a small, covered performance stage, shade tree plantings and new w…
BUFFALO — The fields west of Putnam County’s Toyota Motor Manufacturing plant will look a bit different soon.
One month after the shooting of Denaul Dickerson, Charleston Police Chief James “Tyke” Hunt shared the department’s plan of action as it eyes improving in de-escalation tactics and using fewer lethal weapons.
West Virginia Health Right, a free clinic for people who are uninsured and under-insured, opened its doors for a new clinic on Charleston’s West Side on Tuesday.
West Virginia Power groundskeeper Chris Pearl works on the pitching mound at Appalachian Power Park Thursday in preparation for opening day. The Power kicks off its first season as a member of the independent Atlantic League at 7:05 p.m. Friday against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs.