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Washington Street East re-opened after building demolished
Crews finished demolishing the building at 1599 Washington St. E. on Thursday.[read more]

Office of Minority Affairs celebrates community leaders at annual gala
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs on Thursday honored four individuals for their contributions to their communities during the office’s second Trailblazer Awards Gala. The event Thursday at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia was part of t...[read more]

Kanawha County employees dive deeper into potential switch to PEIA
No date has been set on a third meeting.[read more]

St. Jude Radiothon | February 27-28
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has a mission like no other – to discover how to save the lives of children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases. We freely share our discoveries to help doctors and scientists at local hospitals, clinics and cancer centers around the world treat c...[read more]

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Photo gallery: Martinsburg claims sectional title with win over Spring Mills
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Photos from Martinsburg’s 64-38 win over Spring Mills in the Class AAA, Region II, Section 1 championship game. The Bulldogs will host... The post Photo gallery: Martinsburg claims sectional title with win over Spring Mills appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Senate is working out budget battle over disability waivers
Amendment would provide the full amount requested by Gov. Jim Justice. The post Senate is working out budget battle over disability waivers appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Big 12 Power Index: Jayhawks assume their normal position in league
Kansas is back on top of the Big 12, while West Virginia must stem a backwards slide. The post Big 12 Power Index: Jayhawks assume their normal position in league appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Preps for COVID-19, the novel or Wuhan coronavirus, continue in West Virginia
"We share facts and not fear," said Sissy Price, nursing director and administrator for the Braxton County Health Department. The post Preps for COVID-19, the novel or Wuhan coronavirus, continue in West Virginia appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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