A man from the Pecks Mill area was arrested after a traffic stop reportedly yielded marijuana, pills and a firearm.
MAN — Construction for the Triadelphia Waste Water Project at Huff Creek has begun this week.
The May 2015 term of the Logan County Grand Jury indicted more than 40 individuals.The grand jury from Circuit Judge Eric O'Briant's court indicted the following:
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Motorists enjoying the Memorial Holiday Weekend and the unofficial start of Summer are encountering road construction, paving crews, potholes and rough road conditions.
More than 2,200 employees of coal mines in three states learned Friday they were losing their jobs as companies reacted to low prices and demand from the power sector that the government predicts will keep dropping.
Local resident Trevor Curry finished the winter league at the Plaza Lanes bowling alley with the highest average recorded in the history of the establishment.
Several people were indicted over methamphetamine labs by the Grand Jury during the May 2015 term in Circuit Judge Roger Perry's Court.Those indicted and their charges are:
A fifth person was arrested in the ongoing investigation surrounding the June, 2014 copper theft from Christmas in the Park.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Tolls on the West Virginia Turnpike should be raised to finance up to $1 billion in bonds for statewide highway construction and maintenance, a state commission said in a report released Wednesday.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Gary Brian Adams, 35, of Logan, pleaded guilty Thurs., May 21, in federal court in Charleston to being a convicted felon in possession of three firearms.
The tradition continues at Cheeriffic.
CHAPMANVILLE — On May 18, David Dean, along with a host of other business owners from the town of Chapmanville, hosted a “meet the candidates” event where members of the public, as well as the business community, posed questions to...
CHARLESTON — On any given night, about 57,000 children under the care of our nation's child welfare systems are going to bed without the care and comfort of a family, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. In West...
A Chapmanville man has been arrested after he allegedly picked a fight near a roadway.
Anglers of all ages from Logan County and beyond gathered for the Logan County Fish Fry Saturday, May 16, at the lake in Chief Logan State Park.
It has been estimated that nearly 128,000 children in the Mountain State go to bed each night facing extreme hunger; and it is because of such troubling state statistics that May has been chosen as fundraising month for the Logan Mingo Area Mental...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A Logan County man has pled guilty to sending threatening letters to the Logan County Courthouse.
With the aim of connecting veterans around the area with the supportive services and programs that they are entitled to, the Henlawson Veterans Center will host an informal gathering sponsored by the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 308 Thursday,...
Construction crews began work on Monday morning on the Field Turf project at the Man High School football field. Work began on tearing up the sod and the taking down of the goal posts.
The Logan County Commission (LCC) meeting held Monday, May 18 produced several important decisions from the LCC on topics ranging from water projects to sports funding.
Two Huntington residents, along with a Chapmanville woman, have been arrested on drug charges after law enforcement reportedly discovered narcotics in an apartment in downtown Logan.
Members of the West Logan Town Council are looking into a proposed town clean up and ways that they might be able to help the elderly and shut-ins clean up problematic areas.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources will be stocking more than 4,000 catchable-size channel catfish during the week of May 18. This popular program provides fishing opportunities at user-friendly lakes at...
The Logan County Board of Education (LCBOE) meeting held Thursday, May 15 produced a series of special recognitions for Logan County Schools and the Ralph R. Willis (RRW) Career and Technical Center.
The big news at the May meeting of the Logan City Council was a proposal to raise Business and Occupation taxes and fees for garbage services.