Veteran Bluefield General Manager Frank Brady has announced he is retiring from WVVA-TV. Frank has been Vice President and General Manager of WVVA for more than 15 years.
As far as mask wearing is concerned, Justice said the mandate will remain in place for now. “I am not going to be influenced by people who do something from a political move,” he said, referring to governors of several other states who have lifted the mask mandate. “It is my responsibility to lead us in the right path and be as cautious as I can while still trying to live with this terrible killer.”
O'Neal said the process of finding tenants for the old shopping center to bring jobs and investments into the county has been under way, and prospects are on the horizon with announcements planned for the near future. A variety of businesses could be located there, including manufacturing.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Republican West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice will hold a virtual town hall on Tuesday over his proposal to cut the state…
The House is expected to pass a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package late Friday that includes $1,400 checks for most Americans and billions of dollars for schools, state and local governments and businesses.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia General Assembly passed legislation in an effort to expand broadband internet access to low-income students …
With COVID numbers decreasing in Virginia and vaccinations increasing, some restrictions related to the virus are being eased. Gov. Ralph Northam said Wednesday morning during his pandemic briefing that starting March 1 a few mitigating restrictions will change.
A KABC-TV helicopter over the scene of Woods’ accident showed a car on its side with the front end heavily damaged. Air bags appeared to be deployed. The wreckage appeared to be just off the side of a road on a hillside.
The West Virginia State Police is asking for the public's assistance in the search for a suspect who stole a generator from outside a Kyle residence.
House Democrats have advanced a proposal that would gradually raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. But its future is uncertain in the Senate, where Manchin has the power as a critical swing vote to make or break proposals from his party’s progressive wing.
This Week's Circulars
2 p.m., at Broyles-Shrewsbury Funeral Home in Peterstown.
DESTREHAN, LA - Charlotte Wills Harvey, 91, of Destrehan, LA formerly of Mercer County died March 1, 2021. Full Obituary can be viewed www.memorialfd.com The Memorial Funeral Directory & Cremation Center serving the Harvey Family.
- Man injured in Thursday rollover crash near Princeton passes away
- UPDATE: Child found safe
- Old Hill’s department store shopping center sold for $1.8 million
- Pool shark prodigy: Princeton 10-year-old already angling to go pro
- Police chase in Princeton leads to arrest
- One man sent to hospital following single-vehicle crash
- Blue-Prince Plaza making return: EDA purchases complex, tenants already giving ‘firm commitments’
- Found safe: Missing toddler rescued near home
- Mercer 19-year-old facing first-degree assault charges
- Princeton boys basketball team young, tall, talented and learning