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Chickens share backyards and pests with dogs, cats
Chickens share backyards and pests with dogs, cats

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The popular push for locally produced food has spawned flocks of backyard chickens in urban neighborhoods nationwide, but people may not realize that feasting on fresh eggs can mean subjecting their more typical household...

Chickens share backyards and pests with dogs, cats
Chickens share backyards and pests with dogs, cats

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The popular push for locally produced food has spawned flocks of backyard chickens in urban neighborhoods nationwide, but people may not realize that feasting on fresh eggs can mean subjecting their more typical household...

Community briefs for Thursday, July 31

Sunshine Preschool is accepting registration for the 2014 school year. All classes are from 9 a.m. to noon at Dunbar United Methodist Church, 1401 Myers Ave. Three-year-olds attend Tuesdays and Thursdays. Four-year-olds attend Monday through Thursday. ...

Shawnee Park Clubhouse restaurant offers luncheon items
Shawnee Park Clubhouse restaurant offers luncheon items

When the city of Dunbar took over management of Shawnee Park from the Kanawha County Parks and Recreation Commission in early March, there were some changes to be made.

Dunbar Mayor Terry Greenlee said the Shawnee Park Clubhouse restaurant,...

Blogger finds minor league baseball is more than just a game
Blogger finds minor league baseball is more than just a game

In some ways, every minor league ballpark is the same.

There are hot dogs, fireworks, baseball and beer. Those are pretty much the same everywhere you go.

But take a closer look and the parks become as different as the cities around them....

Victorian home gets new life as cozy bistro
Victorian home gets new life as cozy bistro

Couple turned Victorian building

into eatery with homemade goods

By SHAWNEE MORAN

DAILY MAIL STAFF

BECKLEY — Rebecca Zupanick and her husband, Joseph, have loved the old house at 600 South Oakwood Avenue for...

Weigh in on our comics and puzzles
Weigh in on our comics and puzzles

Daily Mail is seeking readers’ thoughts

about comics, puzzles

Food Guy: Black Sheep’s brunch the new hot spot in town

The new hottest table in town is only available two days a week.

But it’s one you don’t want to miss, so plan your next few weekends around brunch at Black Sheep Burrito on the corner of Summers and Quarrier streets.

I know...

Spirituality events scheduled

West Virginia Institute for Spirituality, 1601 Virginia St. E. in Charleston, has scheduled several events for the coming weeks.

“Eight Day Retreats in Daily Life Living” are offered at a suggested cost of $320. For details and...

Community briefs for Wednesday, July 30

Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the CAMC Play Patch on Level One of the Charleston Town Center mall, near Zales Jewelers.

Preschool children will enjoy games and activities during the Play Patch...

Silent retreats gain popularity
Silent retreats gain popularity

A very pregnant Juliana Berger took a five-day trip with her husband and didn’t speak to him once.

They weren’t fighting. They were attending a silent retreat.

Berger, 33, a web developer, had attended a number of silent...

Community briefs for Tuesday, July 29

A free support group for problem gamblers and their loved ones meets at 6:30 p.m. each Friday at Blessed Sacrament Church in South Charleston.

Obama practically weepy at Malia going to college
Obama practically weepy at Malia going to college

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is practically weepy at the thought of his daughter Malia going off to college, a milestone many months away that is already on his mind.

Malia barely reached up to her father’s shoulders...

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