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One-act plays to feature TWV actors
Theater lovers are invited to The Raleigh Playhouse and Theatre for two special one-act plays, featuring many members of the “Hatfields and McCoys” cast.
Fire closes I-77 for hours
East River Mountain Tunnel was engulfed in a cloud of black smoke Friday as a result of a tractor-trailer fire inside the tunnel that ignited just after 3 p.m.
PSD board will absorb initial rate increase
The Greenbrier Public Service District No. 1 board will absorb the first phase of tiered rate increases granted to Ronceverte by the West Virginia Public Service Commission, rather than immediately passing them along to PSD customers.
Sen. Manchin, brother sued by another brother for $1.7 million
A $1.7 million civil lawsuit has been filed by John Manchin II against his brothers, U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin III and Roch (Rock) Manchin.
Local couple featured in Parade Magazine
A Beckley couple is getting their 15 minutes of fame — for the second time.
Frank and Megan Constantino are featured in Sunday’s Parade Magazine as an example of healthy habits of happy couples.
Family members charged in alleged mob beating
A local family allegedly worked together to beat a man with sticks, boards and metal pipes, according to a criminal complaint from Monroe County Magistrate Court.
Rain, rain, come and stay; crops need you to survive another day
A local news anchor whined on the air this week about getting caught in a 10-minute downpour on her way to work. She complained as the weather forecaster was getting ready to do his bit. He assured her the chance for rain was small and sunshine would reign.
Storm recovery work gets started
Utility services are now restored to residents of western Greenbrier and Fayette counties following a severe thunderstorm that passed through the area late Wednesday evening.
Art group to host Jazz Takeover 2014
Beckley Art Group will host a free music event Thursday — Jazz Takeover 2014 with the Jenny Wilson Trio.
VAMC estimates line break will cost $2 million
Officials at the Beckley Veterans Administration Medical Center said damages caused by a main water line break on the first floor last month will cost an estimated $2 million in repairs.
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