The Marlinton Railroad Depot that burned down in March 2008 is still in shambles and people are wondering if the sign proclaiming, "The Depot will be rebuilt" is telling the truth.
It is. But the question of when reconstruction will start is still unanswered.
The Pocahontas County Public Service District (PSD) board finds itself under the microscope as it works toward a sewage solution for the Snowshoe area.
The Pocahontas County varsity football squad worked hard over the summer and all signs look positive for a repeat of 2008's exciting playoff run. The Warriors hope to rebound from last year's disappointing 3-7 season and reclaim the glory from two years ago.
The Pocahontas County Public Service District (PSD) heard arguments for and against Thrasher Engineering's proposed Snowshoe Drive sewage plant at its meeting at the Durbin Fire Hall on July 27. All parties had five minutes each to voice their comments at the start of the meeting.
Don't start saving up your old bottles just yet, but glass recycling could be coming to Pocahontas County.
Lots of motorcycles rumble through Pocahontas County in the summertime. Anyoneﾠ living along a main road sees and hears dozens of bikes pass by every day.
The West Virginia Department of the American Legion elected Joe Smith, of Marlinton, as vice-commander during its 92nd Convention, held July 8-10 in Charleston, South Carolina. Smith will serve a one-year term until the next election.
Two years ago, the West Virginia Department of Agriculture (WVDA) started spraying pesticide into the Pocahontas County portion of the Greenbrier River to kill black flies.
No one was seriously injured when a Volvo XC90, operated by Roy F. Gose, of Portland, Maine, ran off Route 219 southbound going down Droop Mountain about 2:45 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.
The body of a Marlinton man was discovered at the site of a motorcycle crash that occurred sometime between 7 p.m. Monday night and 7 p.m. Tuesday night.
The crash site is on Route 92, approximately one-quarter mile north of the intersection with Route 39.
Allegheny Echoes Instructor Concert at Marlinton Opera House, June 25, 2010.
Marlinton water rates soon could be among the highest in the state.
During its July 14 meeting, Marlinton council voted to raise the water rate for 1,000 gallons from $11.27 to $12.93, increasing the 4,000 gallon minimum charge from $45.08 to $51.72.
Supporters of David Rigby's alternative sewage system design for the Snowshoe area were outraged when the Pocahontas County Public Service District (PSD) hastily convened a special meeting on July 15 and submitted Thrasher Engineering's evaluation of Rigby's plan to the Department of Environmenta
Where does Hillsboro begin and where does it end?
Town attorney Eugene Simmons hopes to have the answer in about two weeks. The lawyer is attempting to determine which of two surveys marks the official town boundary.