CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A legislative committee spent hours Monday brushing up on West Virginia's tax code as lawmakers look toward possible reforms.
In the afternoon of Monday, May 4, a car accident clogged traffic around the Water Street bridge in Logan. A witness stated that one person was transported to the hospital for treatment.
At a special organizational meeting of the Logan City Council held the morning of May 1, the mayor, city council, and members of various municipal departments took their respective oaths of office.
Two students from Ralph Willis Career Center in Logan won the WV Ford/AAA Auto Skills Competition Thurs., April 30, in Charleston. The duo will match repair skills against the best young auto technicians in the country at the national finals of the...
The West Virginia Health Care Authority (WVHCA) has denied the purchase of Williamson Memorial Hospital (WMH) by Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH). That decision was released on Friday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On April 30, U.S. Senator Joe Manchin encouraged West Virginians to formally submit their comments to the Federal Register regarding the proposed rule to the Black Lung Benefits Act (BLBA) regulations. The rule, published by...
A judge said Thursday he isn't so sure that the former manager of an Arch Coal mine in Logan County is guilty of forcing companies to pay kickbacks to obtain machine repair work.
The Logan County Prevention Coalition (LCPC) gathered for a meeting Tuesday, April 30, at the Word of Life Church in Mud Fork.
The Lions Club of Logan had an impromptu meeting on Wed., April 29, at the Hot Cup in Logan. In the shadow of a towering inflatable duck known humorously as “Andre” (in honor of Pro-Wrestling icon Andre the Giant) members of the Lions Club...
On April 23, Trooper First Class T.D. Boggs with the West Virginia State Police responded to a complaint concerning the theft of batteries from heavy equipment.
The Logan Empowerment Action and Development Organization (LEAD) and the American Friends Service Committee have announced that they will hold a Mother's Day Event.
CHARLESTON, W.Va.—The Small Business Committee of the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce ResourceU, a free small business “university” will be held in Logan on Wednesday, May 13 from 3-5 p.m. at Chief Logan...
The Logan High School TAAD Organization (Teens Against Alcohol and Drugs) conducted a Prom Promise Prevention Event Wed., April 22, at the Logan High Football Field and Field House.
A Pecks Mill man has been arrested in Chapmanville after a traffic stop produced a cache of narcotics.
The City of Logan Water Department has lifted the boil water advisory for Middleburg Island. The advisory was lifted on Wed., April 29.For more information, call the water department at 304-752-7870.
The parking garage on Main Street in Logan was sold at auction Tuesday.
OMAR – The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection's Office of Abandoned Mine Lands and Reclamation (AML) has determined that water flooding the yards and basements of residents in the Omar area of Logan County is not from a...
A Hurricane man has been arrested after he reportedly carjacked a Logan County resident.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Beginning on or about June 1, Appalachian Power, a unit of American Electric Power, will maintain the rights of way for some power lines in West Virginia by applying herbicides by helicopter.
Logan Regional Medical Center employees and staff recently raised the Donate Life Flag in honor of National Donate Life Month. LRMC has several employees, two of whom are pictured in the group, who have received organs to help them live. National...
Fire departments from across the county gathered Tues., April 28, to give the honor of a full firefighter procession at the funeral services for Greg Prichard, a long-time volunteer firefighter at the Henlawson Volunteer Fire Department.
MAN — A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Southern W.Va. Health Center Outpatient Clinic was held Monday.
The Logan County Chamber of Commerce hosted its Membership Dinner on Tues., April 14, 2015 at Special Occasions Event Center. This year's dinner was special as it was the Chamber's 84th year hosting the event.
The often maligned standardized test has made a dazzling entrance onto the stage of local politics and, better yet, social media and has, at least, one official seemingly on the war path.
Repairs on the Post Office in downtown Logan were nearly completed Monday. The building was damaged by a storm bearing high winds, hail and heavy rain on April 3.