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Republican lawmakers have chosen a new West Virginia Senate president and House of Delegates speaker.
 

Jackie O's Public House opened its doors for the first time since fire damaged it and four other businesses on Union Street.

A West Virginia panel suggests introducing a tax credit for landowners and putting $12.2 million toward plans to protect water supplies.

Public Water Supply System Study Commission subgroups made the recommendations at a meeting Friday.

Longtime Athens City Councilman Jim Sands has tendered his resignation as Council president, effective at the end of the year, due to health issues.

Chief City Prosecutor Lisa Eliason has taken out petitions to be a Democratic candidate in the 2015 primary election for Athens law director.

Ohio's governor and attorney general are announcing a task force charged with recommending ways to improve relations between police and the communities they serve.

A nearly $500,000 federal grant is set to expand adult education opportunities across West Virginia.

The West Virginia Network says it has received funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Distance Learning and Telemedicine grant program.

Police say an officer who fatally shot a man in an Ohio Wal-Mart will remain on leave until the government concludes its investigation of the shooting.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich has announced a plan to reduce the state's infant-mortality rate, calling Ohio's statistics unacceptable.

Kasich's program is meant to address data showing that more than 1,000 infants died in 2012 in Ohio before reaching the age of 1.

The Hocking College Education Association (HCEA) responded Thursday to management decisions being made by the current administration and Board of Trustees. 

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