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Fayetteville woman is injured in fire
A Fayetteville woman was seriously injured in a residential fire Tuesday about 5 p.m., authorities said Wednesday.
Residents warned of phone scam
People in Fayette County should be careful about people calling their homes and offering them lots of money, according to a press release from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office.
Oak Hill man, brother killed; neighbor charged
An Oak Hill man and his brother were killed Saturday in Barboursville after their neighbor allegedly shot them because he said they were breaking into his outbuilding, according to reports from the Huntington Herald-Dispatch.
Coal Heritage Lecture Series kicks off Feb. 4 with PAN representatives
Since the recent chemical spill in Charleston, the issue of clean water in West Virginia is a topic that many southern West Virginians are discussing. The Coal Heritage Lecture Series, an annual program presented by Concord University’s Beckley Center and the Coal Heritage Highway Authority, kicks off the 2014 programs with a look at this critical issue.
Fayette man accused of kidnapping waives right to a preliminary trial
A middle school teacher accused of kidnapping an Oak Hill girl waived his right to a preliminary trial before Fayette County Magistrate Sharon McGraw Tuesday.
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Bill proposed to regulate storage tanks sees changes
The language of Senate Bill 373 has become as fluid as the substance it is written to protect.
Drive raises funds to aid shelter animals in need of medical care
Lori and her sister, Jackie, were taken in at the Fayette County Animal Shelter last month.
United Way of Southern West Virginia meets goal
The United Way of Southern West Virginia has probably helped someone you know. By covering everything from education to employment, the group touches lives all across the region.
Earlier this month, officials announced that the $525,000 fundraising campaign goal had been met and thanked everyone who contributed.
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