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Mayor Blankenship elected for second term
Hinton residents voted Mayor Joe Blankenship into office for a second term Tuesday, with a total of 344 votes.
Piney Creek Watershed to host 5th annual celebration
The Piney Creek Watershed Association will host its fifth annual Watershed Celebration today from 5 to 8 p.m. at Little Beaver State Park.
- That’s an odd way to eat lunch
Pugh says he has no intention of leaving early
Facing certain removal at the end of the year following a settlement with the state ethics commission, embattled Beckley Mayor Emmett Pugh is refusing to cave in to mounting pressure by council and vacate his office a few months prematurely.
- Fayette man arrested on Roxycodone charges
Coyotes spotted at Pikeview Manor apartment complex
If the howl of a coyote disturbs the peace of a late-spring evening in Beckley, don’t dismiss it as ambiance of an old western movie turned up too loud on a neighbor’s television.
Local 'heroes' honored in Beckley
Beckley Police Chief Tim Deems presented three local heroes in our community with Outstanding Citizen Awards Tuesday night at the Beckley Common Council meeting.
Weather Service warns of possible severe weather
The National Weather Service Wednesday evening continued to advise residents of the region of potential high winds and strong rain that is predicted to have its strongest impacts from the early morning hours through early this afternoon.
- Boy Scouts to hold informational meeting
- Florida fugitive arrested in Fayette County
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