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Charleston wants residents to complete housing survey

Charleston residents will have a say in where some housing-related grant funds are directed over the next five years.

The Mayor’s Office of Economic and Community Development is asking city residents to take a short survey concerning how...

Charleston wants residents to complete housing survey

Charleston residents will have a say in where some housing-related grant funds are directed over the next five years.

The Mayor’s Office of Economic and Community Development is asking city residents to take a short survey concerning how...

Kanawha City developments nearing completion
Kanawha City developments nearing completion

Two new commercial spaces in Kanawha City are scheduled to be complete in the next few months, increasing the amount of space available on the neighborhood’s MacCorkle Avenue corridor.

The first building scheduled for completion is a 7,...

Charleston mayor’s son spends Christmas in jail
Charleston mayor’s son spends Christmas in jail

The son of Charleston Mayor Danny Jones spent Christmas in jail on a felony charge.

Zac Jones, 25, of Charleston, was booked into South Central Regional Jail on Christmas Eve and remained there Sunday evening. No bond has been set.

He is...

One tiny spider bite takes a big toll on family
One tiny spider bite takes a big toll on family

Resident who nearly lost foot eager to get back to work, get family out of shelter

By ANDREA LANNOM

Daily Mail Staff

Life for Michael Taylor and his family turned upside down after a poisonous spider bit him while he was working on a ...

Cross Lanes man arrested after cutting woman’s head
Cross Lanes man arrested after cutting woman’s head

A Cross Lanes man was arrested after allegedly cutting a woman in the head after an argument over $20, deputies said.

Joseph Gilbert Lucas Jr., 29, of Culpepper Drive was arrested early Wednesday after allegedly cutting Michelle Hardwick in the...

City ready for extra holiday trash

It’s no secret that the amount of trash Americans chuck to the curb increases exponentially during the holiday season.

In Charleston, Public Works Director Gary Taylor said the city is prepared every year for the extra garbage, and the...

Goodwill’s West Side ‘Prosperity Center’ to be complete in March
Goodwill’s West Side ‘Prosperity Center’ to be complete in March

Old rail yard on Virginia Street West revamped into ‘Prosperity Center’

Departing Kanawha prosecutor’s office employees to get hefty sum for unused vacation hours

As new prosecutor takes office, workers set to cash in about

500 hours of leave time

Teen arrested, more sought in West Side shooting

A teen was arrested and police are searching for others after a shooting on Charleston’s West Side.

The shots came at about 2:30 Tuesday afternoon from a maroon Chrysler parked at the Young’s Department Store parking lot, said Lt....

Charleston fire captain chosen as state fire marshal
Charleston fire captain chosen as state fire marshal

Official seeks to reduce number

of fatal fires in West Virginia

University of Charleston to drop daytime MBA program

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The University of Charleston plans to drop its daytime master’s of business administration program in response to a changing market.

School of Business and Leadership dean Scott Bellamy tells ...

Council committee approves rezoning for T-Center

Rezoning for a proposed drug treatment center in Charleston unanimously passed city council’s Planning Committee Monday night, leaving just a vote by the full council before the rezoning becomes official.

The change moves the more than 40-...

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