Computer Chick sets up in shop full of character
After years spent admiring the little stone building at 1801 S. Kanawha St. in Beckley, Seby Bell celebrated the grand opening of her computer repair business there June 3.
- New faces join NRCTC staff
Tamarack OK’d to seek license for micro-brews
Visitors to Tamarack who are interested in locally produced crafts and foods will have some new potable products to choose from shortly.
Harbor Freight Tools coming to area
Two retail stores selling products at the opposite ends of the spectrum — power tools and make-up — will open for business this summer in Beckley.
Large venue — designed for multi-day events — scheduled to open in June with a three-day Mountain Music Festival
An independent damsel
Instead of playing the damsel in distress card like so many women have been taught to do, a new product line called “Damsel in Defense” encourages women to be their own knights in shining armor.
No bidding around: Change your eBay password
eBay officials asked 148 million users to change their passwords Wednesday, after hackers gained unauthorized access to eBay’s corporate network and compromised a database containing personal information.
Contractors now subject to city’s B&O taxes
Remodeling or building a home will be a tad more expensive in Lewisburg after July 1.
Allman is Mountain State’s small business person of the year
In the mid-1990s, Ken Allman was the guy who was looking to the future.
Clobberin’ time: Barrett has made a business cleaning up rockslides
This spring has brought its share of rock slides to our area, blocking some roads completely with tons of debris. Those that have been affected by the road closings may have noticed the West Virginia Division of Highways has had some help cleaning up and repairing the slides.
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