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Keith Graley, left, and John Wright invested hundreds of volunteer hours into refurbishing Ridgewood Pool. Comment?
More than 100 members of the Communications Workers of America rallied in front of Frontier Communications offices in Charleston on Thursday in a show of solidarity ahead of contract talks. Comment?
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced Thursday House Speaker Rick Thompson, D-Wayne, will become the new Cabinet Secretary of the Department of Veterans Assistance. Comment?
More than 70,000 state residents have been added to the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps, over the last five years. Comment?
Community and Technical College System of West Virginia chancellor Jim Skidmore, left, tours the half-completed Advantage Valley Advanced Technology Center with architect Todd Boggess of ETB Architects and Neighborgall Construction project manager Chad Johnson. Comment?
You've worked hard, earned your degree, and are now probably having to hear what my father started asking me repeatedly the day I got my diploma: "Now what are you going to do with that degree?" Unfortunately, as you may have read between all-night cramming sessions, it's tough out there these days. Comment?
Young Jones and Turso, as seen in the school's 1965 yearbook, both waited tables in the cafeteria to defray the cost of tuition. Comment?
The Athletics and Social League, organized by longtime friends Hollis Lewis and John Pennington, is taking signups for co-ed flag football and beach volleyball, both of which will be played outside this spring and summer. Comment?
Putnam County's Health Department has applied for $186,000 from an emergency fund held by the state Department of Health and Human Resources. Comment?
South Charleston City Council bid farewell to Joe Daugherty, recreation director at the Community Center, who is taking a job with DuPont. Comment?
From now on, the Kanawha County superintendent will have to sign off on all assemblies about sex, religion or politics. Comment?
This weekend's Powerball jackpot now tops a half-billion dollars, coming just shy of the lottery game's all-time record. Comment?
The West Virginia Branch of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will have its annual Walk for a Cure at the state Capitol in Charleston at 2 p.m. Sunday. Comment?
Jonathan Douglas Layne, 54, will also serve an additional 20 years on supervised probation. Comment?
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A traffic stop in Marmet led to a drug arrest early Thursday morning, said Cpl. 1 comment
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia is getting more than $1 million in federal funding to offset the cost of its response to the crushing snowstorm that Hurricane Sandy spawned last fall. Comment?
Mrs. West Virginia International Julie Warden poses in her crown and sash at West Virginia Junior College, where she works as director of career management. Comment?
Jonathan Cox installs his wooden sculptures at The Art Store, where an exhibit will include drawings by his wife, Katherine. Comment?
In 2006 and starting from scratch, a Vietnam veteran and fan of blues music hatched an idea to develop a blues festival in Charleston. Comment?
West Virginia-native Homer Hickham, 70, has offered expelled honor student Kiera Wilmont a scholarship to the United States Advanced Space Academy in Huntsville, Ala. 1 comment