Month: June 2014 Archives

MondayJune 30, 2014

D’Antoni meets Chillin4Charity Challenge

D'Antoni is hoping the challenge will continue on raising money for the Jimmy V Foundation.

4 qualifiers beat odds to join Greenbrier Classic field

Doug LaBelle and Jeff Curl shot 6-under, one stroke ahead of Brian Agee and Mikey Moyers, as the four joined this week's PGA event.

Former Logan standout Browning transfers to Marshall

Former Logan basketball standout Stevie Browning lands with Marshall.

New School Building Authority executive director named

David Sneed has a long history in educational planning.

Members of state Ethics Commission appointed

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin had nine slots to fill.

Troopers search for Martinsburg killer

State Police say crime was unusual for that part of Martinsburg.

Plants’ remedy cannot guarantee dismissal

Putnam Co. prosecutor says pilot program in Kanawha County would be acceptable in Plants' case, but law is clear a guarantee of dismissal cannot be included in any pre-trial arrangement.

Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power seeking 17 percent rate hike

Company officials say the request includes costs associated with the derecho and Superstorm Sandy in 2012.

Martirano values teachers skills

Soon to be hired state Superintendent says state must find ways to up teacher pay and keep qualified teachers in West Virginia classrooms

Asbestos discovery not a shock

Environmental Protection inspectors anticipated asbestos on site considering age of Freedom Industries tank farm

Lessons from the derecho

Two years after the storm, new policies continue to go into place.

Berkeley County clears the air when it comes to smoking

New comprehensive clean indoor air act takes effect Tuesday.

FestivALL fun comes to an end

Organizers say the 10-day event was a huge success.

President makes VA secretary selection; Manchin looks for answers at Clarksburg VA

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) called the nomination of Robert A. McDonald 'encouraging.'

Course opens for The Greenbrier Classic

MetroNews will bring you complete coverage of the PGA Tour event through the week.

Mitchell leads bulk of Pt. Pleasant returnees from 11-win, quarterfinal team

Pt. Pleasant football coach David Darst breaks down how his team is shaping up for the 2014 campaign.

One killed in weekend I-64 accident

It happened on Saturday night.

Bazzie fulfilling dreams north of the border

Former Marshall defensive lineman Alex Bazzie achieved a lifelong dream as he suited up as a professional football player.

Greenbrier Classic open for business

Commerce Secretary calls it a win/win for everyone.

No. 5 on list of Most Pivotal Players for WVU in 2014

Allan Taylor counts down the swing positions that could be crucial for the Mountaineers next season.