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40 Charleston streets scheduled for new asphalt this season
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40 Charleston streets scheduled for new asphalt this season

Parts of 40 streets throughout Charleston are set to get a fresh coat of asphalt this season as part of the city’s annual street paving program.

Most of the city’s efforts this year will be focused on the West Side, where 16...

40 Charleston streets scheduled for new asphalt this season
40 Charleston streets scheduled for new asphalt this season

Parts of 40 streets throughout Charleston are set to get a fresh coat of asphalt this season as part of the city’s annual street paving program.

Most of the city’s efforts this year will be focused on the West Side, where 16...

Beloved “Kroger cat” dies after illness
Beloved “Kroger cat” dies after illness

‘Miss Kitty’ put to sleep after tumors found; employees cared for her for more than 10 years

Board interviews administrators for Capital post

Superintendent plans to announce support by April 27

Coonskin Park aims for disc golf

Proposal would follow trails behind Coonskin; would be fifth in the Kanawha Valley

South Charleston primary election set for Saturday

Three of South Charleston’s eight council seats will be decided this Saturday in the city’s primary election.

Residents in wards 1, 2 and 3 only have candidates from one party on the ballot, meaning the winner in those races will...

Thirteen films scheduled for W.Va. International Film Festival

Thirteen films from dramas to documentaries are on schedule for the West Virginia International Film Festival’s 32nd annual Spring Film Festival that kicks off Friday.

General admission is $8 per film, though students pay only $5. A...

Gun teacher bought for felon may have been used in murder
Gun teacher bought for felon may have been used in murder

Educator suspended without pay from George Washington High

Summers Street building redevelopment moving forward

A downtown building the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority purchased last August is close to the next step in redevelopment.

Authority director Jim Edwards told...

School budget advances despite disagreement over additional pay for principals

Additional pay for principals initially causes contention

Boulders block Blue Creek Road
Boulders block Blue Creek Road

Two huge boulders fell onto a one-lane road near Blue Creek on Tuesday afternoon, blocking access in to and out of the area.

West Virginia Department of Transportation spokeswoman Carrie Bly said around 450 tons of boulder fell into the middle...

Airport activates emergency operations center to monitor landslide area
Airport activates emergency operations center to monitor landslide area
Officials say move a precautionary measure to continually watch, evaluate hillside
Reunion grows beyond just Charleston Catholic class of ’75
Reunion grows beyond just Charleston Catholic class of ’75

Charleston Catholic Class of 1975 welcomes all graduates to the ‘Party of the Summer’

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