May 28, 2018

WVU Forensics program celebrating 20 years of growth

20 years later and with 200 declared students majoring, the program now offers a PhD and is considered among the best nationally.

Public pool discussion continues in Martinsburg

City may look more at spray parks.

First Energy companies enter final round of initial post-derecho tree trimming program

Mon Power has already spent nearly $300 million on the process.

“It’s an honor to be here and to do this:” Grafton honors fallen soldiers with annual Memorial Day celebration

Those who gave their lives in combat were honored in the best way possible during Grafton's 151st Memorial Day celebration.

No. 2 St. Albans, No. 3 Wheeling Park set for AAA semifinal clash

Defending state champion St. Albans will face No. 3 Wheeling Park for a spot in the Class AAA baseball championship game.

Firm suing over helicopter debt says it’s willing to talk — if Jim Justice is there

Justice personally guaranteed helicopter loan, with debt now estimated at more than $2 million.

Public hearings on PEIA are ahead in Logan and Pineville

Both meetings will beĀ at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Mountain Valley Pipeline project under scrutiny over river crossings

Authorization to discharge dredged and fill material into four rivers is on hold until Army Corps can determine compliance.

Baseball title games scheduled to re-air on AT&T SportsNet

Championship games will re-air multiple times on AT&T SportsNet.

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