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

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W.Va. Legislative Dems offer their own education bills for special session

By Eddie Trizzino, Times West Virginian FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Amidst the confusion about a planned special session on education, Senate Democrats have drafted eight education bills of their own. Senate Minority Leader Roman Prezioso, D-Marion, said he and other Democrats could not sit back and wait for the leadership to ignore the topic of education […]

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 […]

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WVU President Gordon Gee Talks West Virginia, Boy Scouts Connection

By Joselyn King, Wheeling News-Registers WHEELING — The current leaders of the Boys Scouts of America were educated in West Virginia, and the group’s future top executives likely will be graduates of West Virginia University, according to WVU President E. Gordon Gee. Gee served as keynote speaker for Ohio River Valley Council Boy Scouts of […]

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By May 17, 2019 Read More →

Generation Next event honors up-and-coming West Virginia business leaders

By John Mark Shaver, Fairmont News FAIRMONT, W.Va. — NCWV Media gathered dozens of West Virginia’s best and brightest young leaders to the company’s annual Generation Next event Thursday evening in celebrating the professionals’ skills, compassion and commitment to the Mountain State. The event, which honored 40 leaders under the age of 40, was held at […]

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W.Va., 4 other states file suit against drug maker Purdue Pharma

By Lori Kersey, Charleston Gazette-Mail The state of West Virginia on Thursday filed suit against drug manufacturer Purdue Pharma, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced. The lawsuit, filed in Boone County Circuit Court, alleges that the drug company violated the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act by making “a series of misleading safety, comparative, and […]

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By May 17, 2019 Read More →

EPTA moving forward with updated Transit Development Plan for W.Va.

By Matt Welch, The Journal of Martinsburg HAGERSTOWN, Md. — After finding success with a Transit Development Plan in 2015, the Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority is moving forward with an updated TDP to be completed for Fiscal Year 2020. The plan was approved by the Hagerstown Eastern Panhandle Municipal Planning Organization’s Interstate Council Wednesday. “EPTA […]

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Pallottine Foundation announces inaugural rounds of grant funding support for the nonprofit organizations
By May 17, 2019 Read More →

Pallottine Foundation announces inaugural rounds of grant funding support for the nonprofit organizations

Release from Pallottine Foundation of Huntington, W.Va.: HUNTINGTON, W.Va.: The Pallottine Foundation of Huntington, W.Va., is pleased to announce its inaugural rounds of grant funding support for the nonprofit organizations in the Tri-State area providing health related programs and services.  The Foundation created by the Pallottine Missionary Sisters in 2017, continues their caring legacy to […]

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