On the night the Hermitage Motel in Bartow closed, an explosion ripped through the back side of the building and seriously injured an employee.
After a rocky 1-3 start, the Pocahontas County Warriors rebounded like Rocky, went on a 5-1 tear, and made their third appearance in the state playoffs in four years.
National Weather Service observer Jason Bauserman, of Bartow, has seen some weird weather in 20 years, but none more out of the ordinary than what he recorded last month.
In January, Marlinton Mayor Dennis Driscoll and town council praised town employees for their hard work removing snow from town streets during and after the severe snow storm of December 2009.
New people in key positions and progress on important projects highlighted the year 2010 for the Hillsboro town council.
The engineer who first proposed a decentralized sewage system for the Snowshoe area will have the first opportunity to contract with the Pocahontas Public Service District (PSD) to design the system.
False statements to a Congressman and bureaucratic inaction highlight the latest update on the situation with the Fran Manor apartment complex in Marlinton.
Five Snowshoe employees were hospitalized after being overcome by deadly carbon monoxide (CO) gas at Seneca Lodge on Sunday morning.
And then there were three.
The Pocahontas Public Service District (PSD) board held a work session and special meeting on December 8 to review qualification statements from eight engineering firms that applied for work on a decentralized sewage system for the Snowshoe area.
When Marlinton rings in the new year, it will say goodbye to another Main Street business.
The Gesundheit! Institute is expanding its training center for medical caregivers with the addition of a new library and teaching center.
That's how one angry resident described the situation at the Fran Manor I apartment complex in Marlinton, where residents are doing all they can to keep up their homes, but receiving little help from their landlords.
A 30,000 gallon propane tank, more than 100 feet long, surprised Linwood-area residents when it arrived next to Tygarts Valley Construction, behind the Big Springs Presbyterian Church.
For about four years, 2,000 years ago, a young man walked through Judaea, teaching radical ideas - a philosophy of love.