January 4, 2019

Riggs helps Bridgeport roll past Preston

Emily Riggs' 31 points key Bridgeport to a runaway win over the Knights.

Neal Brown: An offensive guru with defenses that pack a serious punch

Neal Brown is a coach with an Air Raid background, but the numbers show that defense was the strength of his teams at Troy.

Girl Scouts begin taking cookie orders

The "largest entrepreneurial program for girls in the nation" kicked off Friday with an event at the Charleston Town Center mall.

Hutchison sworn in, becomes newest justice on Supreme Court

Justice John Hutchison is the third appointee to a court, which has been embroiled in scandals and impeachment proceedings.

TransCanada spokesperson on Maryland’s pipeline block: “We’re committed to this route”

Some believe the Potomac River and Western Maryland Rail Trail would be negatively impacted by proposed route.

Photo Gallery: Martinsburg collects third consecutive win

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Photos from Martinsburg’s 88-23 win over Hedgesville. (Photos courtesy of Christopher C. Davis/@EP_BigCameraGuy)  

Mountaineer Heritage season is a solid idea

West Virginia may have hit a home run with a January hunt for purists of the outdoors.

Dozens gather to give thanks to retiring Charleston Police Chief

Chief Steve Cooper has spent 24 years with the department.

Weather creates challenge for ski resorts

Warm weather and rain have created difficult circumstances in recent days at West Virginia's winter resorts.

Troy legend: Neal Brown ‘will be successful wherever he wants to be’

Hall-of-Fame coach Larry Blakeney says West Virginia landed "a primo family to lead the program."

Hurry-up hire: West Virginia makes quick work to land Neal Brown

The Troy coach reportedly aced his interview, mixing big-picture plans for growing the program with detailed evaluations of West Virginia players, including a breakdown of Jack Allison’s throwing mechanics.

Four prison workers injured at Hazelton

Partial government shutdown also impacting Preston County facility.

Some teachers, school service workers organizing ‘walk ins’ for session start

"Those teachers and service professionals want the Legislature to know that they're watching very closely," said Dale Lee, president of the West Virginia Education Association.

Maryland politicians block pipeline into West Virginia

The Maryland Board of Public Works has voted 3-0 to reject plans for construction of a natural gas pipeline that would supply energy to West...

St. Joseph too much for Parkersburg, 73-56

Irish make statement with convincing road win against Big Reds.

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