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Man sentenced for burning wife’s cats
A Fayette County man who had previously pleaded guilty to three felony animal cruelty charges, was sentenced Tuesday before Fayette County Circuit Court Judge John Hatcher.
Exhibition Coal Mine to get $6,000 grant from resolution
The Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine will receive a $6,000 grant from the National Coal Heritage Area Authority, after Common Council approved a resolution Tuesday night.
VIDEO: Raleigh board decides Price is right
Raleigh County Schools Assistant Superintendent David Price will assume duties as the district’s superintendent effective July 1. Board members unanimously approved Price, 53, for the job during a vote Monday morning.
Human remains found near Spa City identified as male
Human remains found just outside the White Sulphur Springs city limits last week have been identified as belonging to a male and may have been there for years, Greenbrier County Sheriff Jan Cahill said Monday.
Early voting for May primary to kick off April 30; voter registration ends today
Three weeks from today, voters will be standing in line waiting to cast ballots for the candidates they want to see in offices from nonpartisan boards of education to U.S. senator.
Alleged California thieves from Ky. arrested in W.Va.
A pair of alleged car thieves on the run from California were nabbed by Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Sgt. G.R. Workman near Lewisburg over the weekend.
Fire crews battle wildfire in the Gorge
Fire crews from the National Park Service and Fayette County fire departments are battling a wildfire in the New River Gorge.
4 arrested in Alderson on drug charges
According to a release from Alderson Police Chief J.M. Bennett, four people have been arrested on drug-related charges.
Local business owner Tracy Hylton II to receive honorary degree May 4
Coal advocate and local business owner Tracy Warren Hylton II will receive an honorary Doctor of Law degree at University of Charleston’s Spring Commencement May 4 on the school’s riverfront lawn.
Boulder removal to delay traffic on Hinton road
A contractor is working today to remove a boulder left behind after a rock slide last week in Hinton between Veterans Bridge and Bluestone Dam.
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