State and local governments have sought billions of dollars from Purdue Pharma as a way to hold the company and the family that owns it accountable for the nation's opioid epidemic, a potential payout that is now clouded in uncertainty after state attorneys general said settlement talks had broken down.
CHARLESTON - On Thursday, Sept. 5, more than 30 military aircraft from storm-threatened bases in North Carolina and Virginia made Charleston's Yeager Airport a safe haven from Hurricane Dorian, a refueling station en route to more westerly wait-out sites, or a staging area for relief missions in the days to come.
WHARNCLIFFE - A golf outing to raise money to send a local pastor on an overseas trip was held Saturday at the Twisted Gun Golf Course in Wharncliffe, located near the town of Gilbert.
LOGAN - The Aracoma Story Inc. will conduct auditions soon for a full stage production of "Elf the Musical" to debut for the upcoming holiday season.
CHAPMANVILLE - Andi Williamson, one of the most celebrated athletes in Chapmanville sports history, will be honored this week with her induction to the Chapmanville Athletic Hall of Fame.
I am trying to locate an old Army buddy from my basic training at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina, in 1958. His name is Allen Hughes and he lived in Holden prior to his service.
My book group selected "Isaac's Storm" by Erik Larson, prompting me to read a book I might never have chosen. It describes the events leading up to and through the devastating hurricane that struck Galveston, Texas, in 1900, which killed more than 5,000 people.
For most of this year, Joe Manchin effectively prevented any other prominent Democrat from announcing his or her intentions to run for statewide office. As long as Manchin toyed with the idea of running for governor, no one else would jump into that ring.