Williamson-based Appalachia Made Co. (AMCO) plans to host a series of live music performances this spring and summer, COVID-19 restrictions permitting, to add to the off-trail activities available to Hatfield-McCoy Trail System riders.
WILLIAMSON — Healthy in the Hills, an outreach group formed by Williamson Health and Wellness Center designed to promote healthy living, is hosting a series of guided hikes this spring along seven popular trails in the Tug Valley area.
HAMLIN — The Lincoln County Board of Education unanimously approved a contract for services with former Boone County Schools Superintendent Jeffrey Huffman during its regular session on Feb. 26.
MAN — The 49th anniversary of the Buffalo Creek flood — which left thousands homeless and 125 dead on Feb. 26, 1972 — was remembered Friday at the Buffalo Creek Memorial Library in South Man, as well as a wreath laying by Gov. Jim Justice.
The Boone County Health Department has had its clinical services offerings suspended until it takes corrective action outlined by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources.
CHARLESTON — A Williamson man is one of five West Virginians recently chosen by Gov. Jim Justice to serve as the first members of the state’s new Flatwater Trail Commission.
The Rev. William J. Barber II, a national advocate for the poor, is planning a march Monday in front of U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin’s Charleston office to advocate for a $15 an hour minimum wage.
A federal judge sentenced a former doctor who worked for the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Beckley to 25 years in prison Monday for sexually abusing veterans who sought medical care.
MATEWAN — In 2021, the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum and its partners are commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Blair Mountain with an schedule of events starting this summer and building through Labor Day Weekend, according to a news release.
After nearly eight years living under a boil-water advisory, people in Keystone could be drinking water from their home faucets by this time next year.
CHRISTIAN — For the past six years, the Miracle Island Unlimited Food Pantry has had one mission: to feed people.
BOONE COUNTY — A group of youth volunteers has decided to make a difference in the community by organizing and completing community projects that the volunteers believe can make a difference.
VAN — A collection of Boone County firefighters and other emergency/medical personnel met at the Van Volunteer Fire Department on Nov. 10 to discuss dilemmas facing volunteer fire departments within the county in a public forum.
LOGAN, W.Va. — A program through West Virginia State University in coordination with PRIDE can help grandparents raising children in Logan County get the resources and information they need to be successful.
Robert Murray, a fourth-generation coal miner who became one of the industry’s most outspoken advocates, has died. He was 80.
ROCK CREEK – A fire at the former Hobet Mine preparation plant was controlled quickly thanks to the contributions and response of multiple agencies, led by the Danville Volunteer Fire Department.
ANDREW — Sherman High freshman musician and songwriter J.D. Halstead has used his time productively and creatively during the COVID-19 pandemic, releasing a single that will be followed by an album of his own original material in early 2021.