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West Side post office could be relocated
West Side post office could be relocated

Residents on Charleston’s West Side may see one of their neighborhood post offices relocated as the U.S. Postal Service tries to cut costs.

If plans come to fruition, the Postal Service will move its existing Stonewall Station office from...

West Side post office could be relocated
West Side post office could be relocated

Residents on Charleston’s West Side may see one of their neighborhood post offices relocated as the U.S. Postal Service tries to cut costs.

If plans come to fruition, the Postal Service will move its existing Stonewall Station office from ...

Council members resign, replaced in Dunbar

Dunbar Mayor Terry Greenlee filled two positions on city council that became vacant last week.

City councilmen Dana Hayes and Doug Fleshman, both of whom represent Ward 2, resigned from council as of July 1. Hayes was council president....

Downtown business owners offer parking suggestions

Colored meter heads that correspond with time limits, angled parking on streets like Virginia and Quarrier and parking discounts issued by downtown businesses were all ideas thrown out during a Charleston council committee meeting that centered on...

St. Albans to hold August hearing on home rule application

St. Albans City Council will conduct a public hearing next month on its renewed effort to participate in the state Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program.

During council’s meeting Monday evening, it was unanimously agreed to conduct the public ...

Proposal ups Charleston user fee to $3

Charleston council introduces bill to raise service fee for workers in city by $1 by 2020

Dentist doles out free services
Dentist doles out free services

Wilson Martino Dental hosts Dental Days for children each year

Campaign spokesman cites “tradition” in Greenbrier Classic cash giveaway
Campaign spokesman cites “tradition” in Greenbrier Classic cash giveaway

Official’s spokesman says businessman’s gesture separate from governor campaign

Trump stands by controversial statements
Trump stands by controversial statements

NEW YORK (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stood firm Monday on his description of Mexican immigrants as criminals.

The businessman, under fire from critics in and out of his party, issued a lengthy statement refusing...

Officials say Teva planning to raise bid for its rival Mylan

NEW YORK— Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is preparing to raise its bid for rival drugmaker Mylan by as much as $2 billion, to $43 billion, and may announce the improved proposal as soon as this week, people with knowledge of the matter said....

Burt’s Bees co-founder dies at 80
Burt’s Bees co-founder dies at 80

Reclusive man worked with woman to build business, saw little of money

WVU creates new leadership post, appoints longtime administrator

West Virginia University has named longtime student life administrator Corey Farris as the new associate vice president of Student Life.

Farris will remain dean of students, a post he’s held since 2010. The new associate vice president...

South Carolina Senate votes to remove rebel flag from Capitol grounds
South Carolina Senate votes to remove rebel flag from Capitol grounds

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Senate voted Monday to pull the Confederate flag off the Capitol grounds, clearing the way for a historic measure that could remove the banner more than five decades after it was first flown above the...

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