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Yeager refinances bond debt to help pay for expenses following March 12 catastrophe
Freedom Industries may not be able to afford remediation on Barlow Drive
Mayor Bill Pauley quickly recessed a budget-focused city council meeting Tuesday because of discrepancies revealed by a state auditor.
City Councilman Bill Tardy told a Daily Mail reporter the special session of ci...
Kanawha County Solid Waste Authority officials are hoping to snag some equipment left after the recent troubles of the Monongalia County Solid Waste Authority.
Earlier this year, the Monongalia County authority cea...
Final campaign statement due today, many still haven’t filed
“High tunnel” allows growing to begin one month earlier, last one month later than usual
pushing insurance agencies to aid displaced residents
KRT riders would pay $1.50 for each trip, regardless of distance
Consultant said Kanawha Valley doing well at drawing events, needs more venues
The administrative merger of East End Main Street and West Side Main Street into a combined “Charleston Main Streets” is all but certain after East End Main Street’s board of directors approved the m...
The Clay Center’s outgoing president, the city manager for Charleston and new lofts overlooking Appalachian Power Park were among the 14 recipients of the Charleston Area Alliance’s “We Love Our Comm...
Public open house scheduled today
Tear down will be complete this spring
After years of plans and concepts, Charleston officials say they have a final design in place for a renovated Slack Plaza and Brawley Walkway.
A tan, brick walkway will stretch from the front doors of the Charlest...
From pint glasses to a New River Gorge Bridge replica to a Charleston Wheelers T-shirt, baseball fans will have plenty of one-of-a-kind promotions to choose from this year as the West Virginia Power begins its 11th seaso...
Neighborhood gets small financial bump as officials, citizens patronize businesses
Authority also signed development deal for extended-stay hotel
By this time next year, Dr. Ashley Patnoe hopes her patients — and their parents — will be able to make their appointments in a brand-new building on Washington Street East.
Patnoe, who operates Charl...
Only two votes split candidates Slater, Jones in city’s Ward 1
If Clendenin residents feel a little deja vu for this year’s mayoral race, they’re right.
Three men are running for the position of town mayor, and all three ran during the town’s last election...
Charleston city council passed the city’s $89 million budget for fiscal year 2015-16 Monday night, but first discussed budget amendments concerning pay raises, Main Street groups in the city and libraries.
Charleston considers whether to approve mayor’s budget
Mayor wins primary 820 to 486, will face Paul Monroe, Bill Carpenter in May
Incumbent Republican Danny Jones will face Democrat Paul Monroe and Independent Bill Carpenter for Charleston mayor in the general election in May, after Jones and Monroe won their races in Saturday’s primary elec...
Below are answers to some of the most common questions about voting in Charleston’s municipal primary election Saturday.
Below are answers to some of the most common questions about voting in Charleston’s municipal primary election tomorrow.
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Q: Who can vote?
A: Any registered voter within the city of Charles...
Kanawha County commissioners voted to increase the Kanawha County Parks and Recreation Commission’s budget for the next year, but county commissioners want to see the Parks Commission examine whether or not a golf...
are late in filing
Mountain East Conference now has three-year pact to hold event in Charleston
W.Va. Gun Rights runs advertisements against Danny Jones for upcoming election
Three Republicans and one independent are among those running for six at-large spots on Charleston city council.
Incumbent Republican Tom Lane, Republicans Jack Hoblitzell and Bobby Johnson and Independent Shawn Ta...
clerk’s office mistake
a problem for some
Charleston’s Fiscal Year 2015-16 budget could be approved next Monday, but disagreement exists on city council as to how to give pay raises to city employees.
Currently, the budget proposal from Mayor Danny ...
Rodney Loftis and Son was the low bidder for the project to tear down the century-old building at the Slack Street recycling center.
In January, the Kanawha County Solid Waste Authority
Jones faces newcomer, two Democrats in race to lead Charleston
A Morgantown restaurant known for supporting its employees has created an edible way to express opposition to
The house bill that would eliminate municipal employment and housing protections for gays and lesbians across West Virginia has drawn criticism from the mayors of the state’s two largest cities. In Charlesto...
The house bill that would eliminate municipal employment and housing protections for gays and lesbians across West Virginia has drawn criticism from the mayors of the state’s two largest cities.
Democratic candidates for Charleston city council’s six at-large seats identified a variety of issues they’d like to see addressed if elected.
Incumbent at-large candidates Mary Jean Davis, Andy Richa...
A bill moving through the Senate may make recycling feasible for small businesses and individuals who cannot afford to pay for commercial recycling services under existing regulations.
Senate Bill 352 would allow b...
Final decision on who will demolish Slack Street center to be made in March
The representative for the Oakridge Drive area of Charleston said she’s on board for a second term as councilwoman to continue to help her neighborhood and be a liaison between her ward and the city.
The candidates for the ward covering Charleston’s Fort Hill neighborhood say infrastructure is the most pressing issue facing their neighborhood and the city.
Democrat Joseph Jenkins is challenging incumbent...
Jones wants to give Charleston employees pay raises, increase capital expenditures
Date still not set for bringing
animals to W.Va. from Kentucky
The battle to represent a district that stretches from the heart of the East End’s business district to the hollow of Wertz Avenue features candidates with dramatically different perspectives of the ward — ...
Kanawha County Prosecutor Chuck Miller confirmed Friday morning that no charges will be filed in the shooting death of a 25-year-old Quick resident who allegedly was trying to rob a pharmacy in Pinch at gunpoint earlier ...
District covers most of downtown, East End
Passengers who use KRT bus service are being asked for input on proposed future route changes.
In a couple of weeks, the transit service will hold two public hearings — one in Belle and one in Charleston ...
It’s budget season, and the Kanawha County Commission began its first round of budget hearings at its meeting Thursday afternoon.
County elected officials made their cases before the commission for their ann...