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Bulletin Board: July 30, 2015
Anniversary cook-outAudiology and Hearing Aid Services Inc. is celebrating its 40th...
City responds to mayor candidate’s answer in lawsuit
Statehouse won’t pursue Robin Davis case
Police say man uprooted mailbox, attacked father


Don’t let emotions affect investing
The stock and bond markets have bounced around quite a bit this year but have largely gone...
Toyota engineers ride into Buffalo on cross-country expedition
Officials: Century closure a disappointment for Ravenswood
Consol reports 2Q loss on sales decline, higher costs

Cops & Courts

Kanawha man faces domestic battery charge
Staff writerAn eastern Kanawha County man is charged with domestic battery after police...
Woman charged with stealing car of missing man found dead
Man accused of robbing Charleston bank of $40 found competent
Judge upholds woman’s life sentence for St. Albans slaying


Thursday cartoon
Readers Voice: July 30, 2015
Gazette editorial: New horror of robotic war
Marty Chase: Century retirees should make some noise


Fairmont drops South Charleston Post 94 12-7 in state Legion tournament
If South Charleston Post 94 is going to play in another American Legion baseball state...
Shears enters last round of State Women’s Amateur with another title in sight
Dave Hickman column: Buchanan more than just one of WVU’s best
Power, Lakewood clash in divisional showdown


Photos: Pool’s in for summer
With temperatures climbing, many are looking to area swimming pools and water parks to...
On Floydfest: music, a phoenix effigy and wonderful people
Marshall Artist Series announces 2015-16 lineup
Q&A with local band A Story Told


Gliding into town: Dancing with the Stars tour heads to Charleston
Professional dancer Emma Slater admits she didn’t have a “Plan B”...
“Facing Off” with WV native Jordan Patton
‘Cabaret’ star shies away from spotlight
Best bet: W.Va. Hall of Fame Jimmy Dickens tribute


Two sites considered for Hatfield McCoy Trails visitors center
PRINCETON, W.Va. – Mercer County officials are considering two sites for a Hatfield McCoy...
Scott Shalaway: Mammals on my mind
New River Gorge program trains teen rangers
Bait makers are plenty in the Mountain State