It is taking a little more searching and billfold greenery for West Virginians to find and take home the perfect fresh-cut Christmas evergreen tree from roadside lots, farmers’ markets and retail outlets across the state this season.
Grammy Award winner and gospel music legend Michael W. Smith is returning to his hometown to perform a very special Christmas show with the Huntington Symphony. Joining the fun will be singer and special guest Marc Martel.
DEAR JILL: It seems like every time I see a good deal in the store, it is on something I didn’t expect to buy at all, and then I am torn whether I should buy it or not because my coupons for that item are at home. I cut and bring the coupons along that I plan to use, which is a much easier s…
Seven recipients were recently honored with Power of Performance Awards for their efforts to change lives, put people to work or revitalize their communities. The awards concluded the Second Annual Small Communities, BIG Solutions Conference, which showcased West Virginia successes and highl…
MOUNT GAY — Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College is accepting applications for its Nursing and Allied Health programs for Fall 2020, according to a news release.
OAK HILL — In an effort to support community efforts to interpret, preserve and promote coal heritage resources, the National Coal Heritage Area Authority is seeking proposals for funding for eligible projects within the National Coal Heritage Area.
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced a representative from his office will meet one-on-one with southern West Virginia residents in December to discuss consumer-related issues and answer any potential questions.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia officials were quick to condemnation but noncommittal on transparency Friday in handling the fallout from a recently discovered photo of a class of correctional officers presenting what appears to be a Nazi salute.
CHARLESTON — November may have been a rough month for state tax collections, but Revenue Secretary Dave Hardy said Friday that December is off to a strong start, with $11 million of collections in the first two business days of the month.
The number of first-time freshmen in West Virginia’s public community colleges jumped 10 percent from last fall to this fall, the first semester in which the state has offered its free tuition program for those colleges.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Senate President Mitch Carmichael offered hedged support Tuesday for establishing legal protections for LGBTQ people in West Virginia, likely teeing up controversy for the looming session over a contentious social issue.
PINEVILLE — The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department released the following arrest reports for November. The arrests are arranged by date; each entry includes the suspects name, last known town of residence, charge or charges, and the name of the arresting officer.
Celebrating a White Out during the Wyoming East girls home opener Friday, Dec. 7, 2019, and maybe a White Christmas in a couple weeks, are Wyoming East students Clay Lester, Justin Bradford, Alex Hall and Jacob Pinter. It looks like a basketball is one of the presents.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Folklife Program, a project of the West Virginia Humanities Council, is accepting applications for its statewide Folklife Apprenticeship Program.
Starting Jan. 8, 2020, Social Security offices nationwide will be open to the public on Wednesday afternoons, Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul announced in a news release.
The Light the House that Love Built event took place on Sunday, Dec. 1, at the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Several Wyoming County residents were in attendance.
MORGANTOWN — When Neal Brown stepped to the podium in the Milan Puskar Center on Friday afternoon to address the media, he looked like a man who has had the pedal to the floor since arriving in Morgantown 11 months ago.