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Alleged Fight, Fleeing Lead To Allen Arrest
Thomas Eugene Allen Jr. was arrested last week for allegedly attacking his sister and her boyfriend over a dirtbike and later fleeing the scene.
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Mon Apr 07, 2014
West Virginia Metro
Toddler suffers gunshot wound
A 4-year-old girl was dropped off at a South Charleston hospital Monday morning after suffering what authorities described as a non-life threatening gunshot wound.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Tyler Star News
Tyler County Speedway Test'n Tune pushed back
With mother-nature throwing the first caution flag of the 2014 season, the Hometown Racing Association continues to prep for the highly anticipated 40th Anniversary campaign.
National Walking Day Promoting Healthy Lifestyles
Wednesday is National Walking Day and the American Heart Association is encouraging people to lace up their sneakers and go for a 30-minute walk.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
W.Va. sees massive turnout for Medicaid enrollment
On the final day to begin enrolling for health insurance under the new federal health care mandate, West Virginia has nearly doubled the projected number of individuals to sign up under the state's Medicaid expansion.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Courthouse Records - 3/26/14
Instrument to be recorded, no charge, between Gregory & Susan Brewer and Thomas R. Stevens estate, as of 1-7-14.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Charleston Daily Mail
James W. Pennington: Tell both sides of Charleston gun law story
Having just read the Daily Mail's March 18 article regarding the City of Charleston rescinding its gun ordinances, there are some statements that cannot go unchallenged.
Wood BOE chooses four finalists for superintendent job
Board President Tim Yeater announced Ronald B. Cantley II, John Flint, Thomas Graves and Kenneth Moles would move on in the process to replace retiring Superintendent Pat Law, whose contract ends in June.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
'Rosies' interviewed for documentary
Filmmaker Ashley Maria interviews women who worked as Rosie the Riveters during World War II.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
West Virginia Metro
Guilty plea in Elkins murder case; judge postpones final ruling
A judge said Monday he'll take a guilty plea made by an Elkins man under advisement before he decides whether or not to accept it.
Weirton Daily Times
Hancock battles illegal dumping
Rifling through the contents of an illegal dump on Mayhew Road recently, George Hines came across a bright green pencil with the slogan "What Would Jesus Do?" printed on it.