Superintendent Martin Keller fired Friday.
Mercer County Delegate John Shott introduced a resolution for a Constitutional Amendment allowing legislative oversight in 2016 and said he will do the same in 2018.
Two of the five justices, including Chief Justice Allen Loughry, claim the spending issues go beyond a $32,000 couch.
More than ten hires could be made in the coming year.
The new pantry site is located near Huntington's Pullman Square.
The number represents about 25 percent of those who lost usable tap water in January 2014, according to a Charleston attorney.
This year, the SBA has just more than $50 million to allocate to projects based on need.
One of the companies now part of China Energy has been involved in West Virginia energy industry for years already.
Despite decline nationally, report shows smoking rates in 12 states are among highest in the world.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is involved.
City consultant tells MetroNews they're focused on "transformative activity."
Potential future entrepreneurs are getting lessons in business launches over 54 hours.
The pilot program launched last week.
This year, the enrollment period is shorter. It'll end on Friday, Dec. 15.
South Parkersburg High Principal Betsy Patterson said students were last in school in Wood County on Oct. 18.
Three years after the program got started, refurbished equipment is now in schools in 47 West Virginia counties.
Water, foam were in demand as firefighters continued to battle the massive blaze that was putting heavy smoke over Parkersburg.
Doors open at 6 a.m. at Charleston's Bible Center School for the 2nd Annual Remote Area Medical and West Virginia Health Right Free Clinic.
Federal, state and local officials talked about the issue with 3rd District Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) during a Wednesday roundtable in the Capital City.
Congressman Tom Marino (R-Penn.) had been under fire for co-sponsoring 2016 legislation limiting DEA's authority to regulate drug distributors.