The Kanawha Valley Friends of Old Time Music and Dance (FOOTMAD) kicks off its first virtual house concert series with a show at 7 p.m. Thursday.
At least until Feb. 8, Kanawha County public school students will not be offered the five days per week of in-person instruction they were provided in the fall.
A city committee advanced a request by Charleston police officers to give Garrison Avenue the honorary name of Patrolman Cassie Johnson Avenue.
Before the pandemic, Dorothy Landers came to work every day as a ticket-taker at the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center.
A judge on Friday sentenced a Kanawha County woman to prison after she pleaded guilty last month in a case involving the molestation of her then-infant granddaughter.
Lost for decades, a report recently has been found detailing the results of polygraph exams given to 18 Charlestonians in the weeks following the still-unsolved 1953 slaying of Charleston Daily Mail owner Juliet Staunton Clark.
Charleston firefighters work the scene of a fire at Mountaineer Family Medicine at the corner of 53rd Street and MacCorkle Avenue in Kanawha City Tuesday evening. The building had been the location of the Southern Kitchen restaurant for decades before becoming a medical office building.
A judge sentenced a Charleston man to 30 years in prison Tuesday for his role in his girlfriend’s death in an East End apartment building in November 2019.
The organizers of Charleston Restaurant Week, typically held during the last week of January, announced Tuesday the eighth annual event will be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For all that was thrown at Charleston during 2020, Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin said West Virginia’s capital city has put in the work to position itself for a bright economic future.
Kanawha County Board of Education members voted 4-1 Tuesday afternoon to keep Tom Williams as their superintendent for four more years, the longest contract they were legally allowed to provide.
Since West Virginians sent his wife to Congress 20 years go, Charlie Capito has learned to expect the unexpected, especially when it comes to the congressional schedule.
The family of slain Charleston Patrolman Cassie Johnson will receive survivor benefits from the state, according to a news release.
A 366-day marathon that has felt longer will end with hope blanketed in mystery. At least that’s true for the people who sell alcohol.
Panhandlers working dangerous intersections could face fines under a bill passed Monday evening by a Charleston planning committee.