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I read with interest the letter by Congressman McKinley bemoaning the jobless recovery saying that " what's happening on Wall Street is not translating to Main Street across America." So true.
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Stanley "Champ" Sedmock, a 13-year resident of Cortland Acres, may not have to wait long for U.S. Sen.
Swarms of bees have been spotted in the Mid-Ohio Valley this spring, but this is not a problem, only part of the bees' cycle of life, say local beekeepers.
West Virginia's House of Delegates faces a momentous decision after Speaker Rick Thompson departs for Gov.
A crisis-pregnancy center that counsels women not to have abortions has moved next door to a health facility in Charleston that provides abortions.
As expected, the Weir High and Oak Glen girls battled for the 4x800 title and a Golden Bear won the boys long jump.
Ryan Kent has joined the Bowles Rice LLP law firm as an associate practicing in the areas of energy, oil, natural gas, real estate, and tax law.
It's a chance to peek into the lives of the brave men and women from West Virginia who have served in the military throughout the years.
West Virginia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined four-tenths of a percentage point to 6.6 percent in April compared to 7.2 percent in March, according to a report from WorkForce West Virginia.
Because of recently-enacted changes to the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act, West Virginia employers will have more time to pay final wages to discharged employees.
The nuclear gauge that fell off a truck on Interstate 81 earlier this month has turned up undamaged in Maryland, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced today.
It's hard to imagine a battle breaking out in peaceful Pocahontas County. But that's just what happened 150 years ago, when Union troops stormed out of Beverly to attack Lewisburg and points south.
House Del. Randy Swartzmiller announced Thursday that he would not seek the House speaker role when current House Speaker Rich Thompson resigns from the West Virginia Legislature to join Gov.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin expanded West Virginians' access to affordable, essential health coverage with his decision to join 25 other governors in supporting the expansion of Medicaid eligibility in their states.
The settlers of northwestern Virginia did not own slaves; they were not highly educated as a rule, nor did they have exceptional wealth, but simply wanted to improve their lives.