Individual Education Programs (IEPs) are plans that are developed for students who struggle in school due to be developmental impairments.
With a new clinic in Green Bank and a new location in Marlinton, Community Care of West Virginia has the county covered.
The Pocahontas County High School guidance office collaborated with the Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce to create a notebook of scholarships for every junior and senior.
Board of education vice president Leslie Cain submitted her resignation at the board meeting Monday night. Cain resigned her seat because she plans to file to run for Pocahontas County assessor.
Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity board of directors held its quarterly meeting January 19 at Snowshoe Mountain Resort to discuss the 2012 project season.
After months of planning and research, members of the Green Bank Wellness Center committee selected a site for the center at a brainstorming meeting January 18.
At the LSIC (Local School Improvement Council) meeting at Pocahontas County High School January 17, math teachers informed the board of education about the new math program that will be implemented at the school next year.
College students from all over the state entered their business plans into the West Virginia Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition in hopes of winning $10,000 for their project.
The first day of school is always a stressful day, and not just for the students. For parents, it can be difficult to send their four-year-old off to school. Itﾒs even more difficult to remember all the forms and information needed to enroll their children.
The months leading up to the beginning of 2012 were the calm before the storm for members of Durbin Town Council, who erupted in a heated argument while discussing the empty council seat January 10 during a special meeting.
Director of Development John Connor and Chief Operating Officer Liz Warner of Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity addressed Durbin town council January 10 with future plans the organization has for the upper end of Pocahontas County.
In 1947, six-year-old Ralph Romine was given his first Lionel toy train engine. Now, more than 50 years later, Romine has built a collection of Lionel trains that consists of 20 engines and countless passenger, freight and caboose cars.
Green Bank Elementary-Middle School will have a change in leadership after its principal was arraigned on a felony charge Monday night.
At the board of education meeting Monday night, Superintendent C.C. Lester explained the administration situation.
Ten years after the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, in New York, the federal and state governments are still taking precautions to protect the identity of American citizens.