Five new academic scholarships have been announced at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine which will assist medical students with educational costs.
Lion Past District Gov. Jim McMillon has announced that the Charleston Gold Dome Lions Club is conducting a canned food drive at Shoney's on the Boulevard to benefit the Covenant House Food Bank.
Did you know there's a valuable agricultural by-product that can help local farmers enhance soil fertility and increase output of row crops, hay fields and pastures?
Alumni from Sissonville High School are planning another All-Class Reunion, to be held next year.
The Greenhouse of Teays Valley is hosting a murder mystery dinner theatre this Friday and Saturday.
In recognition of World Arthritis Day on Oct. 12, the Arthritis Foundation's West Virginia Branch has launched a yearlong education campaign to tell the real stories of West Virginia's "faces of arthritis."
There is still time for middle and high school students to sign up for the West Virginia Science and Art Fair to be held Saturday, Nov. 16, at West Virginia University Institute of Technology in Montgomery.
The Kanawha Valley Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring the NSDAR American History essay contest for students in grades five through eight, and a Christopher Columbus essay contest for students in grades nine through 12 in public, private, or parochial schools.
GI Santa is beginning a recruiting campaign to enlist a few good men, women and youngsters.
Arts in Action, a Christian-based academy for the creative and performing arts, will be hosting its 10th annual fundraising dance-a-thon on Friday, Nov. 8.
Kenneth D. Stevens, of Cross Lanes, was inducted into the Johnny Appleseed District of the Barbershop Harmony Society's Hall of Fame on Oct. 19, during the JAD Fall convention and contest in Lima, Ohio.
Brickhouse Cardio Club, a Charleston-based business, is celebrating its third-year anniversary as the fitness studio franchise continues its rapid growth throughout the country.
The West Virginia State University Extension Service continues to broaden its focus on specialty crop production with two new grants from the West Virginia Department of Agriculture totaling nearly $36,000.
Fourth- and fifth-graders at Confidence Elementary School in Red House are right on target - literally - in achieving their goals.
As the weather turns cooler, parents often have difficulty finding ways to keep their young children active.
If your son or daughter's math grades aren't adding up to their potential, affordable scholastic help is available.
Lynn Godby is lucky. Every day, she is surrounded by the things she loves - books.
Representatives of the Kanawha Valley Chapter Daughters of the America attended the Naturalization Ceremony at the Robert C. Byrd Federal Courthouse in Charleston on Oct. 7.
At the 28th Constitutional Convention of the West Virginia AFL-CIO in Charleston on Oct. 23 and 24, West Virginia AFL-CIO President Kenneth M. Perdue and Secretary-Treasurer Josh Sword were elected to lead the labor organization for the next four years.
Area pet advocate Robbye Olive has fashioned and maintains a Facebook pet rescue and adoption page to bring homeless animals and potential owners together in a safe and timely manner.
HURRICANE, W.Va. -- When Arts In Action began in 1998 as a class of 10 teenagers in a local church basement in Hurricane, founding director Joni Cantrell said she couldn't foresee how much the organization would grow.
A Hurricane man has been charged with 100 counts of possessing child pornography after investigators found "no less than 100 images" on his cellphone of preteen girls engaged in sexual acts.
For Robert Cunningham, his three young children and his commitment to his home county are what pushed him to apply to become Putnam County's newest Board of Education member.
Two students at Winfield High School are suspected to have contracted the MRSA staph infection, and the school has ramped up its environmental cleaning and education efforts to prevent any spread of the infection.
Kanawha County health officials will apply for a $100,000 threat preparedness grant on behalf of Putnam County.
Putnam County 911 has been overwhelmed with the number of calls from concerned residents since another wave of notices were issued on the address changes happening throughout the county.
SCOTT DEPOT, W.Va. -- Federal marshals arrested a California man in Scott Depot on Wednesday in connection to a 2012 homicide investigation.
WINFIELD, W.Va. -- After every incident and arrest made in the field, Putnam County sheriff's deputies must follow standard procedure and file a report -- which means returning to the department's headquarters in Winfield.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- After almost 12 years, Debbie Phillips will step down from the Putnam County Board of Education.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Putnam County Health Department, which buckled in June after mounting financial problems, is the object of a federal investigation.
Officials say facility has larger capacity, easier to find, clean
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