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n Editor’s note: Third-party candidate for Kanawha County Commission Diana Strickland was inadvertently left out of
The Kanawha County Commission gave preliminary approval Thursday to an ordinance change that will allow Patriot Coal to divert treated coal runoff from being deposited in Slaughters Creek to the Kanawha River. The ...
The Kanawha County Commission gave preliminary approval Thursday to an ordinance change that will allow Patriot Coal to divert treated coal runoff from being deposited in Slaughters Creek to the Kanawha River.
A public hearing is scheduled tonight on a proposed project to divert treated coal runoff from being deposited in Slaughter Creek to the Kanawha River.
The hearing will be during the Kanawha County Commissionȁ...
Boards members for East End Main Street and West Side Main Street voted Wednesday to merge
Other events include Carriage Trail Leaf Walk, pumpkin-carving, ballet performance
ParkView Lofts overlook Appalachian Power Park
Another committee will make decision by meeting on Oct. 16
Four couples who met through Generation Charleston celebrated their business venture Wednesday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Edible Arrangements in South Charleston.
The couples bought the existing franchise ...
Kanawha hopefuls favor low levy rates, support library levy
variety of housing
options on display
at tonight’s Loft Walk
Measure sent to Home Rule Board for approval
South Charleston plans to extend sewer service to county line
Wellness initiative led to many Kanawha workers losing weight
system to get funds; four ambulances receive approval
Group hires downtown project coordinator, plans to create district for businesses, residents
City officials pleased with renewed baseball affiliation as I-79 becomes “Pittsburgh Pirate corridor”
New field played part in Pittsburgh Pirates’ decision to stay in city
Board will reveal which municipalities accepted on Oct. 6
The new Kanawha County website went live Friday, and while there is still work to be done, the county’s information technology director said the website is an improvement over the ...
n Editor’s note: Reporter Matt Murphy accompanied Division of Tourism officials for a short trip on the New River as part of the the department’s “Go Outside and Play” campaign to publicize th...
The newest addition to the Charleston police force will have a serial number instead of a badge number.
City council members unanimously approved the purchase of a more-than $35,000 robot Tuesday night.
Members express lack of confidence in leader following logging trial
Candidate spoke during rally on mine safety, social security
Some Kanawha houses are paying taxes to Lincoln
The next round of Charleston’s semi-annual trash bag distribution begins in just a few weeks, but only three stores have agreed to serve as pick-up points for those bags.
Shannon Milroy, purchasing director ...
Secretary of state will charge $5 to $10 for business license filings
Alt rock band Everclear will be the headliner at West Side Main Street’s 10th annual OktoberWest event in Charleston on Oct. 11.
The band, which produced songs like “Everything to Everyone” (19...
Money will be used for repairs to roof
of West Side fixture
Reimbursements are meant to
cover costs related to water crisis
Residents concerned by damage; official says crews doing
their best with budget
Frustrated over trying to find pet-friendly rental homes, a group is working to compile a list of area landlords who allow tenants to bring along their four-legged companions.
Miguella Mark-Carew, a Kanawha-Charles...
Existing canoe launch could get significant upgrade
Decision on mine near state forest
one, two months
Recycling cleanup comes with promise of better upkeep
Charleston City Council’s Finance Committee voted Monday to submit a proposed half-cent sales tax to the state Municipal Home Rule Board for approval.
A public hearing on the tax will be held at council ...
Last winter was colder, snowier than average; W.Va. cities used much more of product
Although Kanawha County residents can no longer take old electronics to West Virginia Recycling Services on Slack Street, there are several other ways to responsibly dispose of those items.
The Kanawha County Solid...
Coal and the future of the commodity as it relates Kanawha County was a discussion point at Thursday’s Kanawha County Commission meeting, just two days after an Alum Creek coal company announced it planned to lay ...
Charleston residents involved in abusive relationships are waiting to leave their abusers until the Mark Plants case is resolved, a victim’s advocate told Kanawha County commissioners at a meeting Thursday.
Quarrier St. building owner considering donating it to Urban Renewal Authority
Proposal to expand portion of neighborhood on National Register
Arguments began Monday in a hearing over whether to revoke a permit for a planned surface mine near Kanawha State Forest.
Lawyers for the state Department of Environmental Protection and Keystone Industries argued...
Perched on a hill overlooking the Kanawha River and the West Side, Charleston’s Vandalia Neighborhood Center on Clifton Road sits mostly idle, as traffic zooms by on Interstate 64 below.
The center, which co...
Coalition formed to oppose site near Kanawha State Forest
Uber and Lyft spokespeople say they have no major moves planned for state just yet
Supporters of Kanawha State Forest are planning a rally tonight at the state Capitol to show support for the park and to gather signatures opposing the approval of the permit for a mountaintop removal mine adjacent to th...
A proposed delayed demolition ordinance in Charleston passed its first test Wednesday, receiving unanimous approval from the city’s Municipal Planning Commission.
The law would delay the destruction of histo...
Deer hunting season in Charleston and South Charleston city limits is fast approaching and each city is preparing for an increase in participation.
Meanwhile, Dunbar officials are considering starting an urban deer...
Measure requires events coordinator to oversee regulations
Measure would add time between permit, building destruction
Proposal would raise city’s tax to 7 percent to help cover pensions for police, firefighters