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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

Charleston council committee to discuss parking meters tonight
Charleston council committee to discuss parking meters tonight

Tonight’s meeting will

address issues of time restrictions on meters, costs of city parking

Motorists urged to plan ahead for Friday street closures

As Fourth of July activities and celebrations begin in Charleston on Friday evening, motorists are reminded that traffic on both sides of the Kanawha River will be affected.

In preparation for Live on the Levee, Kanawha Boulevard will be closed...

Police use SWAT team to arrest East End crack dealer
Police use SWAT team to arrest East End crack dealer

Charleston police used its SWAT team to arrest an East End man accused of dealing crack cocaine.

According to a statement from police, Archie Carter, 50, was taken into custody about 8 a.m. Thursday uninjured and without incident at his 1528 B...

One dead, three hospitalized following crash
One dead, three hospitalized following crash

Tragedy again struck a local volunteer fire department, which suffered its second death in just a few weeks.

The latest incident involved a longtime volunteer firefighter who died after a vehicle rolled over a hillside in Glasgow. The incident...

July Fourth weekend bursting with events
July Fourth weekend bursting with events

As the region gears up for the Fourth of July, cities, towns and hamlets are bursting with events to commemorate the holiday.

Charleston is so ready to celebrate American independence, it’s going to do it twice.

“We’re ...

Marmet mayor accused of driving out-of-towners to vote

Ethics complaint alleges Marmet

chief allowed non-residents to vote

Some state, local officials support needle exchange programs
Some state, local officials support needle exchange programs

Some W.Va. officials optimistic in fight against diseases from drug use

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