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Rite Aid to shut Poca warehouse, 250 jobs, in 2016

Rite Aid will shut down its distribution center in Poca —which currently employs about 250 people — after a breakdown in contract negotiations with the local union, the company confirmed on Sunday.

The distribution center will...

Rite Aid to shut Poca warehouse, 250 jobs, in 2016

Rite Aid will shut down its distribution center in Poca —which currently employs about 250 people — after a breakdown in contract negotiations with the local union, the company confirmed on Sunday.

The distribution center will...

High fives at Power Park
High fives at Power Park

Teachers’ licenses can’t be permanently revoked

The state Board of Education is concerned about a policy that allows teachers who have had their licenses revoked to be reinstated after five years, regardless of the severity of their offense.

Grounds for a teaching license revocation include...

Hope has four legs: Service dogs comfort combat veterans
Hope has four legs: Service dogs comfort combat veterans

By Maria Young

Staff writer

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Military war veterans have a way of shrugging off pain like they can’t feel a thing.

“It happened about a month before we were pulled out of Iraq, so I was one of...

Jared Hunt column: It’s a tough season for retailers

Coldwater Creek, which operates a 960,000 square foot distribution center in Wood County, filed for bankruptcy last Friday as part of an orderly wind down of its...

Two hospitalized after alleged stabbing

Two men were taken to the hospital Sunday morning after a fight allegedly escalated into a stabbing.

The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office responded shortly before 3 a.m. to Wise Acres Drive, off of Greenbrier Street in Charleston....

Phillip commits to Mountaineers

Point guard Tarik Phillip of Independence (Kan.) Community College has committed to West Virginia University and basketball coach Bob Huggins.

“I like the town and they put a big push on to get me,” Phillip said Sunday morning....

Editorial: More flexibility is the key in schools, including athletics

Proposed SSAC rule changes allows for more local decision making The State Secondary Schools Activities Commission, the group that regulates middle school and high school athletics in West Virginia, voted last week to expand by three weeks the time in ...

Editorial: Medicare transparency is an eye-opener

The public is well served with cost data, but interpret very carefully

Robert Samuelson: Too many are trapped in unemployment

The question is how do we get people back to work?

Hoppy Kercheval: Legislators may override abortion veto

W.Va. constitution may provide a way to force the issue

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