HUNTINGTON - The bus line running round trip from Huntington to Charleston twice daily will cease operations on Aug. 28, officials with the Tri-State Transit Authority in Huntington said.
MILTON - The birth certificate reads Todd Griffith, but kids across the region simply know the 37-year-old from Putnam County as "Scooter."
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TEAYS VALLEY - The Putnam County Commission appointed Stan Booth to fill the vacant seat on the Putnam Public Service District's Board of Commissioners on July 14, according to a news release from the PSD.
Call Sheriff's Tax Office for statements
WINFIELD - As a result of the recent 911 address changes within Putnam County, the Sheriff's Department has experienced greater-than-usual returns in the mail from tax statements this coming FY 16, according to news release from Sheriff Steve Deweese.
A new trend is emerging in the world of health care.
It's called value-based health care. The exact definition of value-based health care differs according to who you ask. It is in essence a form of care that reimburses providers based on patient outcomes.
Courtesy of SkillsUSA
LEESBURG, Va. -A local teacher has won the prestigious SkillsUSA Advisor of the Year award. Denise Forster was one of five individuals to be selected throughout the country for regional awards before being selected as SkillsUSA Advisor of the Year Award, a prestigious national award that recognizes and honors dedicated career and technical education instructors who serve as SkillsUSA advisors.
'Artistic Discovery Camp' participants to perform on July 17
HURRICANE - Participants of Toyota's "Artistic Discovery Camp" will perform for the community at the Community Center at Valley Park in Hurricane at 4 p.m. on Friday, July 17.
CHARLESTON - Wild, Wonderful West Virginia kicked off West Virginia Restaurant Week with the release of its "101 Unique Places to Dine" guide on Monday at the Capitol Market in Charleston, the Bavarian Inn in Shepherdstown, Later Alligator in Wheeling, Forks Inn in Elkins, Caf Cimino in Sutton, Secret Sandwich Society in Fayetteville, Poky Dot in Fairmont, North End Tavern and Brewery in Parkersburg, and Parkway Drive-In in Logan.
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WINFIELD - School students entering school for the 2015-2016 school year are required to have up-to-date vaccinations in most cases before they will be allowed to attend classes. The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department and the Putnam County Health Department will be offering vaccinations through the month of July.