Home Rule Plan Moves Forward
Vice Mayor David Wood told concerned residents Tuesday that if participation in the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program allows City Council to impose a 0.5-percent sales tax, members would offset this by reducing business and occupation taxes.
Weirton Man's Documentary Takes Flight on W.Va. PBS
Weirton resident Tom Roberts has turned his passion for aviation into another documentary, titled "Ohio Valley Flight Academy Episode 2," that is slated to air on West Virginia PBS at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Home Rule Request Nears
Residents have another opportunity to voice their views on Moundsville City Council's plans to enact a 0.5-percent sales tax and gain the authority to demolish dilapidated buildings by participating in the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program.
Group to educate caregivers
Statewide The Alzheimer's Association West Virginia Chapter is offering workshops for caregivers and those who are interested in information on enhancing caregiving skills, stress relief and insight into dementia.
WXOW-TV La Crosse
Soldiers training on Cass Street Bridge Saturday
Drivers using the Cass Street Bridge on Saturday afternoon may be surprised to see soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserves working on and around the structure.
Home Rule Hearing Set
Mayor Eugene Saunders and Councilman David Wood are generally proud of their city's appearance, but they believe participation in the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program will allow them help clean up a few unsightly structures.
Pasta Party Has Become A Neighborhood Tradition
The Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center spaghetti dinner has become a community tradition that continues to provide the funds to support the year-round operations at the center, according to P.J. Reindel, center director.
Gallery to relaunch in Buckhannon
For many, the Easter holiday and the spring season are symbolic of rebirth and new beginnings, and for the Artistry on Main gallery, April is the month for officially relaunching and starting new programs designed to appeal to multiple audiences.
Charleston Daily Mail
FestivALL serves up new activities
After more than 30 years on the local culinary scene, Charleston's largest annual food fest still isn't resting on its laurels.