The four most recent COVID-19 deaths in Mercer County are not associated with the Princeton Health Care Center. According to the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, the number of deaths at the nursing home still stands at 24.
PRINCETON – After serving about 15 years in prison, a McDowell County man walked into a Mercer County courtroom and emerged from it as a free …
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia's former public health director and the majority leader of the state senate said they have tested posit…
The news comes just one day after school officials confirmed that a school system employee in the Bluefield area and a teacher observer in the Tazewell area had both tested positive for the virus.
City Attorney Colin Cline said the City Board of Directors has instructed him to file the lawsuit. “Today our Board of Directors, upon the motion of Vice Mayor Barbara Thompson-Smith, expressed its outrage and the outrage of the citizens of Bluefield at the continued silence of Norfolk Southern over the Grant Street Bridge,” he said.
A university professor who told her students in West Virginia that she hopes people who attend political rallies without masks get the coronavirus and die has been placed on administrative leave.
The case started Sept. 11 when a 6-month-old male was taken to Princeton Community Hospital “due to being unresponsive,” according to Detective-Sergeant S.A. Sommers with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department.
Another COVID-19 related death has been reported in Mercer County, the third virus death since this weekend that is apparently not connected to the Princeton Health Care Center.
BLUEFIELD, Va. – Bluefield College's leadership announced a decision Monday to move all classes to remote instruction for the rest of the week…
A Raleigh County pharmacist faces more than 11 years in prison and $2.6 million in restitution after admitting in a plea deal with federal prosecutors of defrauding investors using fake companies.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia counties in orange or red on the County Alert System map will see a marked increase in COVID-19 testing.
School Superintendent Dr. Chris Stacy said the Tazewell County Health Department, utilizing class rosters and class layout maps, conducted contact tracing and have notified any person believed to have been exposed.
At least three dozen Virginia residents have been prohibited temporarily or permanently from having firearms or purchasing them based on a new state law allowing authorities to convince a judge that a person would be a danger to themselves or others.
This Week's Circulars
Rosemary Lane Hickerson, 66 of Princeton died suddenly Monday, September 21, 2020 at Princeton Community Hospital from Covid-19. For more information, please go to the website www.memorialfd.com. The Hickerson family is being served by the Memorial Funeral Directory and Cremation Center on t…
- Body discovered in Buchanan County, investigation underway
- Lively a free man after 2006 murder conviction overturned in "Doc" Whitley case (with video)
- Two new virus deaths reported in Mercer
- Mercer County man charged with felony child abuse resulting in serious injury
- Student tests positive for COVID-19 in Tazewell County
- Bluefield, Va., doctor pleads guilty to sexually abusing veterans
- Teenager dies of COVID-19 in Virginia
- Jim McCloskey still haunted by Roger Keith Coleman murder case
- City of Bluefield to sue Norfolk Southern Corporation over Grant Street Bridge
- Bluefield College reports 21 positive COVID-19 cases