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A huge yard sale will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 31 and June 1 at Crossroads Community Church, 328 Martins Branch Road. Comment?
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Several West Virginia attractions are participating in the National Endowment for the Arts initiative to offer free admission to active-duty military members and their families. Comment?
Morgantown businessman John Raese's latest letter to West Virginia University came with a title Tuesday -- "The Biggest Fish Tale Ever Told" -- along with new accusations that WVU officials have tried to cover up mishandling a lucrative media rights contract. Comment?
A Kanawha County judge on Wednesday approved wrongful death lawsuit settlements between mine owners and the families of six of the coal miners who died in the Sago Mine Disaster. Comment?
The Board of Governors wants to keep West Virginia University President James Clements on the job, but it's not ready to say how long or how much it's willing to pay. Comment?
Opponents of Allegheny Energy's proposed $1.3 billion power line still aren't sold on the project, despite new support for it from the state Public Service Commission's staff and consumer advocate. Comment?
Robert Thompson, author of "A Woman of Courage on the West Virginia Frontier: Phebe Tucker Cunningham," will be making several appearances in north-central West Virginia on May 11 and 12. Comment?
At least 200 union workers picketed FirstEnergy's annual shareholder meeting in West Virginia on Tuesday, demanding the Ohio-based utility hire enough people to keep the power on without forcing an ever-shrinking labor force to work as many as 1,800 hours of overtime a year. Comment?
The U.S. Department of Labor wants a federal judge to order the immediate shutdown of a potentially dangerous West Virginia coal slurry impoundment it says hasn't been certified by a professional engineer for two years. Comment?
Gazette-Mail Regional Spelling Bee winner Elizabeth Koh takes her turn on Wednesday at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington. Comment?
"Finding Faith," a film about Internet safety, will screen throughout the state this week. Comment?
The widow of a 26-year-old Nutter Fort man says two Colorado companies are responsible for the truck crash that killed her husband because they forced an exhausted work crew to drive from Ohio to West Virginia, creating a 22-hour work day. Comment?
A federal judge has dismissed Glenville-based Waco Oil and Gas from a lawsuit a Marion County man filed over plans to use his property for deep, horizontal wells that would drain natural gas from his neighbors' reserves. Comment?
U.S. District Judge Irene Keeley has disqualified herself from hearing a lawsuit filed over a 6-year-old degree scandal at West Virginia University, citing a federal statute that requires judges to step aside if their impartiality could be questioned. Comment?
With eight in 10 farmers making less than $10,000 a year, West Virginia will never rival big Midwestern factory farms in producing food. Comment?
In a recent "Buckwild" episode, "Jesse B" got in a fight with another cast member. Comment?
A former superintendent at the West Virginia coal mine where 29 men died in 2010 is now behind bars at a minimum-security federal prison in Morgantown, U.S. Bureau of Prison records showed Tuesday. Comment?
Safety talks that Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin urged for more than 500 West Virginia coal operations after a string of deaths should be completed within days, the state's top mine safety official says. Comment?
Inspired by a photograph in a recent Sunday Gazette-Mail article featuring watermelon, Jon Jett of Morgantown carved a melon into the shape of a turtle for his mother's birthday party. Comment?
T. Ford-Ahmed was in her car, driving to teach her morning public relations class at West Virginia State College, when she heard a caller on a radio show saying an airplane had flown into the World Trade Center. Comment?