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WV gets nearly $6M grant to fight opioid crisis

WASHINGTON (NEWS RELEASE) – U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) announced today that West Virginia will be receiving a nearly $6 million grant from the...

Kroger supports Mountaineer Food Bank

UNDATED (NEWS RELEASE) — Kroger has presented a check for more than $10,000 to the Mountaineer Food Bank. The funds came from donations made by customers and...

Medical marijuana legalization process could take two years

CHARLESTON, WV (BY: SHAUNA JOHNSON, WV METRONEWS)— West Virginians seeking pain relief via medical marijuana could have to wait until July 2019 for the option, as the...

NRCTC Healthcare “Meet -Try- Apply” Event

Those interested in pursuing a career in a health care field can gain insight as to how different positions work together during an event at New River Community and...

Mount Hope Phoenix Fitness Trail

There’s a brand new fitness trail opening up this afternoon… Active Southern West Virginia is proud to announce the grand opening of the Mount Hope Phoenix...

Federal utility CEO: Coal plants not reopening under Trump

UNDATED (AP) — The CEO of the nation’s biggest public utility said Tuesday that the agency isn’t going to reopen coal-fired power plants under President...

Crime Stoppers of West Virginia starting a new cold case effort

BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) – Authorities say Crime Stoppers of West Virginia are starting a new initiative that would offer up to $10,000 to help solve cold cases. News...

The Gift Of A Mortgage-free Home Changes A Veteran's Life

Building Homes For Heroes is a non-profit organization that builds and modifies homes to gift mortgage-free to wounded veterans and their families. They were in...

Hinton salon owner broadens offerings with massage therapy certification

LEWISBURG, WV (NEWS RELEASE) —  As a mother, business owner and massage therapy student, Hinton resident Megan Billups is a busy woman, and she’s excited about...

Governor signs medical marijuana bill

CHARLESTON, WV (CHARLESTON GAZETTE-MAIL) — Gov. Jim Justice has signed a bill that allows West Virginia doctors to recommend medical marijuana to patients, and...

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