Day: November 22, 2019 Archives

FridayNovember 22, 2019

Photo gallery: Spring Valley blanks Capital to advance

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Spring Valley advances to the Class AAA semifinals with a 30-0 win over Capital. (Photos by Marcus Constantino)

Photo gallery: Cabell Midland advances with win over GW

ONA, W.Va. — Photos from Cabell Midland’s 28-18 Class AAA quarterfinal win over George Washington. (Photos by John Hagley Photography)

Deeb tosses 4 TD passes, Bluefield sets up rematch with FSHS

Bluefield visits Fairmont Senior in the state semifinals next weekend.

West Virginia crushes Boston behind Tshiebwe’s second double-double

West Virginia's talented freshman big man played his best home game as the Mountaineers cruised to a win.

West Virginia advances to Sweet 16 on Alina Stahl’s double-OT goal

Nikki Izzo-Brown's team kept its season alive in dramatic fashion against Central Connecticut State.

Suspects sought in Mercer armed robbery

Robbery took place early Friday morning.

Class AAA Boys All-State Soccer Team

GW's Zak Abdul-Jalil chosen first team captain after helping Patriots claim state championship.

Hardwood flooring manufacturer looks to future with major expansion

AHF Products cuts the ribbon at Beverly facility.

Clendenin family ‘blessed’ for new home after devastating 2016 floods

VOAD and WVNG held a key turnover ceremony Friday.

Beckley VAMC Chief of Staff dismissed

An investigation into sexual assault charges against a former staff member began in September.

McKinley urges caution on impeachment

Congressman says some argue is being used as a weapon.

Eastern Panhandle Report: Week 13

Martinsburg welcomes Spring Mills, while Musselman, Frankfort and Keyser play on the road. East Hardy and Pendleton County are in action Saturday.

Notebook: Setting the stage for the second round

Five games set for Friday, seven more to follow on Saturday.

The prosperous Eastern Panhandle

A new report by the West Virginia University Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) confirms what anecdotal evidence has told us—the Eastern Panhandle (Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan Counties) continues to be the strongest economic region of the state. The just-released report lists a number of facts about economic performance in the region. Among them: