The West Virginia Legislature passed a bill Monday intended to sweeten the economic landscape for businesses in the state's medical marijuana business.
Families across West Virginia have had the opportunity to get a hands-on look at what their children are learning in school, thanks to statewide partnerships and the Remake Learning program, originally started in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
CHARLESTON - During the special legislative session, West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner has encouraged the governor to include the opportunity for the Secretary of State's Office to use incoming special revenue to his office that exceeds the costs of Business Division services to cover the cost of upgrading the Statewide Voter Registration System (SRVS).
The Delbarton Kiwanis is accepting contributions for the upkeep and maintenance of the LVS Curry Cemetery on Upper Elk Creek near Delbarton in Mingo County.
HUNTINGTON - Standing behind a glass panel, associate professor and director of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at the Marshall University Lewis College of Business, Marc Sollosy picked up a neon yellow marker and began writing on the glass.
LYNCHBURG, Va. - Liberty University ended Marshall University's season Saturday and moved into the championship round of the National Invitational Softball Championship.
When people talk about economically distressed areas in southern West Virginia, they usually focus on McDowell County. Nearly forgotten has been its neighbor to the north.
Do you remember that old song in Vacation Bible School that said, "I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in my heart?" Well, I do agree that humanity is searching as hard as they can to find contentment and desperately longs to discover peace, but rebellion and the lack of knowledge is preventing them from having it.
Whether it is driven by a topic of public policy, politics or something that perplexes me, I tend to let the words of my opinion pieces roll around in my brain for some time before moving my thoughts to text. While this submission is no different, it is also connected to the strong reaction, both mostly positive and somewhat negatively, to some recent thoughts I shared with your newspaper, titled, "Getting a much better understanding of West Virginia."