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Damage is Being Assessed After a Fire at Nitro Supermarket

A fire ripped through the Nitro Supermarket last Thursday night and that knocked out power, causing the dairy and meat sections to spoil. Most of the flames were confined to the second floor in a storage and office area. The cause of the fire was initially traced to the air conditioning system but it’s still … Continue Reading Damage is Being Assessed After a Fire at Nitro Supermarket

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WVU Students Will Have to Pay to Park in a Former Free Lot

West Virginia University Parking Management announced that students will have to pay to park at the Colesium during the day. The lot was previously known as the only free parking option for students on campus but beginning on Aug. 17 students will have to pay one dollar to park there. Anyone who parks on campus … Continue Reading WVU Students Will Have to Pay to Park in a Former Free Lot

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Shawnee Park is Getting New Pickleball Courts

Pickleball players in Kanawha County will soon have a new place to play. Ground will break on eight new, regulation-size pickleball courts Tuesday at the Shawnee Sports Complex, according to a news release from the Kanawha County Commission. The ceremony is scheduled for 2 p.m. Pickleball combines the elements of tennis, badminton and has been … Continue Reading Shawnee Park is Getting New Pickleball Courts

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Gov. Justice Appoints New Judges

Gov. Jim Justice has appointed two new Family Court judges. David L. Jackson was appointed to serve in the Second Circuit, which includes Marshall, Wetzel and Tyler counties, while Robert M. Ilderton will serve in the Ninth Circuit serving Logan County. Jackson will replace Judge Robert C. Hicks, who resigned. Ilderton will fill the position … Continue Reading Gov. Justice Appoints New Judges

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Help is Available to Those Having Trouble Paying Energy Bills

With natural gas utility prices on the rise, the West Virginia Public Service Commission is providing customers with ways to seek assistance. The DHHR offers the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program and the 20% Discount Program, available from November through March to qualifying low-income customers. The West Virginia Housing Development Fund administers assistance programs … Continue Reading Help is Available to Those Having Trouble Paying Energy Bills