With the number of COVID-19 cases continuing to climb, the Charleston Ballet has canceled its scheduled production of “ The Nutcracker.”
A judge has ordered that South Charleston High Principal Gabe King be immediately replaced with Kim Williams, whom the Kanawha County school system denied the position despite her working for the school district longer than King has been alive.
Tables have been shuffled, a couple of barriers were removed and a roof is under construction. It’s a significant facelift for a business that’s been open for more than five years, but sometimes you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do.
State Personnel Board members made it official Friday: Twenty-five Kanawha-Charleston Health Department employees will receive one-time $500 bonuses for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kanawha County Board of Education Thursday chose the companies that will build the new Herbert Hoover High, replacing the portable classrooms on stilts that students have been in for years now.
The Frank Veltri Thanksgiving Dinner, a Charleston tradition dating back 54 years, will go on this year despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
After four straight days of events scattered across the county, the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department wrapped up its combined COVID-19 testing/flu vaccination drive Thursday at the Schoenbaum Center on Charleston’s West Side.
A Charleston firefighter shot himself in the leg late Tuesday night inside a city fire station, according to a department news release.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began almost eight months ago, one of the first programs at Kanawha Valley Senior Services to be halted was its adult day center.
Ahead of Thanksgiving next Thursday, the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department is hosting a week of free COVID-19 testing and flu vaccination sites to help residents prepare as best as possible for the holiday.
COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into operations for every business big or small in the Kanawha Valley, but few will feel the brunt of the pandemic like the Charleston Town Center mall.
Shawn Wanner, Charleston’s newest fire chief and 24-year department veteran, said the department has so far weathered a pandemic, a tragedy and a wave of retirements in 2020. He hopes that resiliency remains while under his watch.
In recent months, pilots have reported having beams from laser pointers wash through their cockpits on three occasions, while experiencing uncomfortably close encounters with drones three additional times as they approached or flew through restricted airspace at Charleston’s Yeager Airport, …
Nearly six weeks ago, a Charleston attorney and parent of two school-aged children tried to have the state’s color-coded school reopening map thrown out in court, arguing the map unlawfully discriminates against children.