For the first time in school board history, Ohio County has selected a vice president to serve on the board. More>>
You've heard of smart phones, but what about a smart meter? The city of Fairmont's utility board is bringing that new technology to customers as a way to help them save money and the environment.
U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., testified, along with several other lawmakers and representation from the Sierra Club, a national activism group. More>>
The Keeper of the Mountains Foundation will make a trip from Charleston to Detroit to deliver over 1,000 gallons of water by July 30. More>>
The super PAC named Honest West Virginians received the check from the West Virginia State Building & Construction Trades Council in late June. More>>
The District would join cities including Seattle and San Francisco that have banned plastic foam for environmental reasons. The ban will take effect starting in 2016. More>>
Other places around the country have started using mobile delivery systems for their summer meals programs. In Baltimore, a summer meals program drops meals off at 11 sites, while in Waco, Texas, school buses go to certain designated sites and kids get on the bus to get their meals. More>>
The race for West Virginia representation in the U.S. Senate is firing up, in more ways than one. In the first television advertisement released for the West Virginia Senate race, Secretary of State Natalie Tennant shuts off power to the White House. More>>
U.S. Rep.Nick J. Rahall, D-W.Va., said July 25 on the House floor leaders needed to come together and act to complete legislation that addresses shortfalls within the Department of Veterans Affairs. More>>
A new report done by Wallet Hub, a company whose motto is to focus on “financial decisions and saving money,” found only 6 percent of West Virginians do not have health insurance coverage.
Amid packing and unpacking boxes, preparing to move across state lines and focusing on the basics of food and shelter, Michael Martirano is looking forward to new opportunities awaiting him in the Mountain State. More>>
West Virginia Film Office director Pam Haynes is expecting a big turnout for a workforce training workshop coming to Harpers Ferry in mid-August. More>>
Committee also clarified the guidance for caging requirements and lowered some of the registration fees. More>>
A day-long workshop on human trafficking and related issues for professionals who may encounter it in the field will be held Tuesday, July 29 at West Virginia University. National and in-state experts will provide the latest information on human trafficking, human smuggling and how these forms of exploitation exist in West Virginia. More>>
On July 24, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said West Virginia employers will see a projected $32 million in workers' compensation premium reductions in the coming year. More>>
West Virginia will receive federal funding to understand the health effects of the January 9 chemical spill, which tainted the water supply for hundreds of thousands of people.
Four National Park Service attractions in West Virginia drew a total of 1.5 million visitors last year, and visitors spent more than $63 million, directly supporting 839 jobs, a report found. More>>
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., announced watershed management projects in four West Virginia communities will receive about $14 million. More>>
Health officials in Ohio and West Virginia advised patients of Valley Pain Management in McMechen on Monday to be tested for blood-borne infections. More>>
The State Fire Marshal has filed felony charges against the Wharton-Barrett Volunteer fire chief and one of his officers for allegedly falsifying training records.
At its July monthly commission meeting, West Virginia Lottery director John C. Musgrave reported $1.21 billion in lottery revenues in the 2014 fiscal year, which ended June 30. More>>
One West Virginia Senator is looking to work with legislative staff members to draft a bill that aims to protect the jobs of the current child care workers of the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind. More>>
The National Park Foundation awarded $504,000 in grants to 28 national parks across the United States and the Virgin Islands, including one in West Virginia, through its Park Stewards Program. More>>
Local governments say even though the state is collecting more online sales taxes than ever, the municipalities still are missing out on taxes that could help pay for paving crumbling roads and prosecuting criminals. More>>
While Reps. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., and Paul Ryan, R-Wis., were campaigning in Charleston, Democratic Secretary of State Natalie Tennant was in the Eastern Panhandle with U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. More>>
Commissioner Robert E. Roswall announced Jacqueline Proctor has accepted the position of Deputy Commissioner with the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services, effective immediately. More>>
One West Virginia Senator is taking it upon himself to question the CEO of General Motors on behalf of a Mountain State family. More>>
At West Virginia State University on July 25, a training exercise, the scope of which has never been conducted at WVSU before, will take place. More>>
An intergovernmental task force has been formed to study the juvenile justice system in West Virginia, the first step in what Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is calling a landmark, comprehensive review of the Mountain State's juvenile justice system. More>>