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VIDEO: Community group seeks to eliminate prescription abuse
Local elected officials, law enforcement officers and doctors attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday for a newly formed organization that strives to eliminate prescription pill abuse
- Program helps get people moved out of care facilities
VIDEO: Souper Saturday wraps up
The Beckley Events Committee met Friday for a Souper Saturday wrap- up and a discussion of its next event, Sweet Treats on May 10.
- Calendar — Monday, April 14, 2014
AEP plans upgrades in Fayette area
Appalachian Power has announced a project to improve the electric transmission system in and around Fayette County.
Raleigh County animals in dire need of foster homes
The Humane Society of Raleigh County has prided itself on being a no-kill shelter for over 18 months, but as more animals are being taken in, more adoptions and pet fosters are needed to prevent euthanization.
Firefighters respond to several reports Saturday
Fire crews in Raleigh County were sent to put out a few fires in the area Saturday, according to dispatchers.
Carnegie Hall’s Spring film series continues
The Great Beauty comes to The Lewis Theatre as part of the Carnegie Hall Film Series Monday at 7 p.m.
Retired school employees to meet in Summers
The Summers County Association of Retired School Employees (SCARSE) will meet on Saturday, April 19 at the Oak Grove Methodist Church in Ballengee. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
Plans made for carnival at Jumping Branch
Jumping Branch Elementary is hosting a carnival Saturday, May 3, complete with games, food and prizes.
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