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By May 18, 2019 Read More →

Local news is handy! Subscribe to your local W.Va. newspaper today.

Find West Virginia newspapers‘ Easy-To-Use links or subscription information below: CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Press Association’s “Local News is Handy” campaign reminds everyone of the value of having access to creditable local news, information and advertising. Whether it’s delivered digitally to your cell phone and computer, in the traditional newspaper on your doorstep, […]

Search ends: Police arrest mother’s boyfriend for murder in death of missing Berkeley Springs teen
By May 17, 2019 Read More →

Search ends: Police arrest mother’s boyfriend for murder in death of missing Berkeley Springs teen

From The Morgan Messenger BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Morgan County Sheriff K.C. Bohrer has announced his investigative team believes they have found the body of missing Berkeley Springs teen Riley Crossman along a steep hillside in Berkeley County. Officers arrested Andy J. McCauley Jr., 41, for the murder of Crossman, 15, on Thursday, May 16. McCauley […]

Media Alert: Graphic available on W.Va. Fiscal Notes
By May 17, 2019 Read More →

Media Alert: Graphic available on W.Va. Fiscal Notes

”Financial Snapshot’ graphic new service to West Virginia newspapers CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Press Association will be providing state newspapers with weekly  “Financial Snapshot” graphics for West Virginia as a public service to residents. This week;s graphic, below, addresses Legislative Fiscal Notes. Below the graphic is a link to a related PDF. The […]

By May 17, 2019 Read More →

Editorial: Huntington, W.Va., user fee is a necessary nuisance

From The Herald-Dispatch of Huntington: Every so often, the debate over the amount and use of the Huntington city user fee flares up. It happened again a couple of weeks ago. It started when WSAZ-TV Newschannel 3 aired a sweeps-month report raising questions about whether the money collected from the user fee was going where […]

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By May 15, 2019 Read More →

10 things to know: Wednesday, May 15

The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers. 1. ALABAMA BANS NEARLY ALL ABORTIONS The state’s Republican-dominated Senate voted to make performing an abortion at any stage of pregnancy a […]

By May 14, 2019 Read More →

Guy Stewart, former dean of P.I. Reed School of Journalism, dead at 95

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Guy H. Stewart, 95, dean emeritus of the P.I. Reed School of Journalism (now the Reed College of Media) and a cornerstone in the development of the West Virginia Press Association, died today, May 14, 2019. Stewart was the longest serving Dean of the School (now College) from 1969-1989. Details on service information […]

Media Alert: W.Va. Secretary of State Warner to speak on election cybersecurity
By May 14, 2019 Read More →

Media Alert: W.Va. Secretary of State Warner to speak on election cybersecurity

Secretary of State to present update on election cybersecurity at National Association of State Technology Directors on Wednesday Charleston, W.Va. – Secretary of State Mac Warner has been asked to address technology professionals from all over the country at the annual meeting of the National Association of State Technology Directors – Eastern Region. Secretary Warner […]

In Kermit, West Virginia, Elizabeth Warren hears ghost stories
By May 13, 2019 Read More →

In Kermit, West Virginia, Elizabeth Warren hears ghost stories

By ERIN BECK The Register-Herald KERMIT, W.Va. — It was standing room only inside the firehall in the deep red south of West Virginia Friday, but most noticeable were the people who were missing. Dr. J.W. Endicott, a family practice physician of almost 32 years in Kermit in Mingo County, looked U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in […]

North Central West Virginia company grows local tech jobs, addresses brain drain
By May 13, 2019 Read More →

North Central West Virginia company grows local tech jobs, addresses brain drain

By STEPHANIE PANNY Times West Virginian PLEASANT VALLEY, W.Va. — The first satellite built and designed in West Virginia weighs only four pounds, but its significance to the Mountain State weighs a whole lot more. Dubbed Simulation-to-Flight-1, the satellite was put together at Fairmont’s NASA Katherine Johnson IV&V facility and has been in space for […]

By May 13, 2019 Read More →

Officials differ on how to reform West Virginia’s emergency services structure

By STEVEN ALLEN ADAMS The Parkersburg News and Sentinel CHARLESTON, W.Va. — State and county officials are butting heads over the best way to reform the troubled Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. The governor’s office wanted to give permanent oversight of the division to the West Virginia National Guard and take the guard […]