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As warm weather descended on Charleston, dozens of locals descended on Kanawha Boulevard, where vehicle traffic was blocked to allow more space between walkers, bikers and runners.
The passage of the $2 trillion coronavirus economic rescue package Friday afternoon includes a pathway to fixing telehealth issues for rural Medicare patients.
West Virginia’s most-populous school system announced early Monday evening that it’s restarting its child feeding program Wednesday, but will now only be distributing once a week and giving out meals for multiple days.
Charleston and Kanawha County officials on Saturday called on the state Office of Laboratory Services to begin processing COVID-19 test samples on a 24/7 basis, instead of the lab’s current work schedule of 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and limited hours on weekends.
The Kanawha County Commission voted unanimously to pass a $57.3 million budget for the next fiscal year on Thursday, which includes the switch to the Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA) for employee health insurance.
A man was sentenced to seven years probation on Wednesday for embezzling more than $60,000 from a local charity focused on child welfare, according to the Kanawha Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Coronavirus testing in West Virginia has been few and far between, but a Kanawha County clinic is working around the lack of government funding to screen its patients.
Before Gov. Jim Justice announced the closure of all restaurants and bars in West Virginia Tuesday night, the owners of some Charleston-area establishments spent the day laying off employees and preparing for an uncertain future.
Charleston City Council unanimously passed next fiscal year’s $99.4 million budget Monday night, during what could be the first of many teleconference-only public meetings.
Charleston Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin declared a state of emergency for West Virginia’s capital city Sunday night as the threat of the new coronavirus grows.
A barred owl left dazed, confused and severely concussed following an encounter with a car on Charleston’s Bridge Road on Feb. 22 returned to its home in the forest surrounding the Sunrise Carriage Trail on Sunday, as a small crowd of well-wishers looked on.
All branches of the Kanawha County Public Library system are closed until further notice, according to a news release from library officials Sunday afternoon.
As Charleston’s Yeager Airport began implementing procedures to block the spread of the coronavirus, a small decline in passenger traffic became evident due to travel plans being canceled or postponed over fears raised by the pandemic’s rapid spread.
City planners hoping to spur housing development in the West Side will see their plan go before Charleston City Council on Monday, where proposed changes to the city’s zoning code will be voted on.
Governmental leaders in Charleston and Kanawha County said they are prepared to deal with fallout from the spread of the coronavirus, even if the virus is not yet confirmed in West Virginia.
Girl Scouts (left to right) Coralei Reilly, 6, Evelyn Yuhase, 6, and Ruby Perry, 6, work on their creation, a Tagalong shake, during Thursday’s Cookie Taste-Off event at the Marriott in Charleston. The event pairs teams of Girl Scouts with area chefs to make desserts based off classic Girl S…
Despite heavy pushback from West Side residents, the Charleston City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on proposed zoning changes in the neighborhood, according to the meeting agenda.
A few dozen West Side residents who gathered with officials from the city Planning Department at Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary to discuss proposed zoning changes to their neighborhood had one clear message on Tuesday evening: pump the brakes.
West Virginia State University President Dr. Anthony Jenkins (right) and Dr. R. Charles Byers place a wreath by the grave of Mary Barnes, a former slave who, along with her children, sold the land in Institute where the school is located to the state of West Virginia. The state Legislature e…
The Kanawha County Public Library system’s board has approved giving 1.5% annual pay raises to employees who score at least “satisfactory” on their yearly performance appraisals.