The Centennial Celebration comes to a close at the Pocahontas County Opera House in April with shows that exemplify the variety of performers who come to the Opera House stage. On April 8, the National Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Quintet presents a classical chamber concert.
Springtime is just around the corner, and the Opera House is heating up as two great groups from the two Virginias prepare to grace the stage this month. On March 13, Trent Wagler and The Steel Wheels, will pay a visit from the Shenandoah Valley for an evening of original Americana roots music.
As We Are Marshall comes to theaters this Friday, the much-talked-about movie is stirring the memories of local Marshall University alums.
A smokey haze that hung in the air in eastern Pocahontas County last Tuesday was from a 2,870-acre wildfire near Buena Vista, Virginia said the U.S. Forest Service.
A helicopter hovering over Marlinton Monday morning turned heads and caused more than a little speculation.
No changes to the Slaty Fork sewer project came out of a half-hour special meeting called by the Pocahontas County Public Service District on Monday.
Clinton Eugene Buzzard was sentenced to two-to-10 years by Circuit Judge Frank Jolliffe Monday for manufacturing methamphetamine in Marlinton.
That sentence was suspended, and Jolliffe ordered that Buzzard serve six-to-24 months at Anthony Correctional Center.
Blustery weather, with gusts as high as 56 miles per hour, blew across the state and into Pocahontas County Friday, tearing off roofs and turning the lights out on many residents.
The legally embattled regional sewage treatment plant proposed for Slaty Fork has drawn a new volley of letters challenging the plant on political, environmental and financial grounds.
With the recent rash of rabies cases reported in the past few months, the Pocahontas County Humane Society is offering a series of clinics for pet owners to get their favorite felines and canines vaccinated.
What makes the perfect school?
More technology? Better student-teacher relationships? More rewards for student achievement? A cushy student lounge?
Sheila Ann Ray Sharp pleaded guilty to three of 10 charges of child abuse resulting in a risk of injury Friday before Circuit Judge James Rowe.
As families gather around the dinner table to give thanks this week, many will be thanking a local ministry for the very food before them.
The director of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank says he is excited about the results of a recent review of operations at the nationﾒs observatories.