WEST LOGAN — A recent cold snap followed by two major snow storms and a flood or two have left the parking lot of the West Logan Church of God crumbling on the far end by the river bank.
The City of Logan will be rebidding the Main Street Parking garage following discussion at last night's City Council meeting.
CHARLESTON — Former Logan County Assessor Russell “Rick” Grimmett was sentenced Wed., March 11, in Federal court for violating federal banking laws.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) announced today that the communities of Alderson, Richwood and Union will receive more than $900,000 in federal funding for three water and wastewater projects from the U.S. Army Corps of...
The Logan County Public Service District lifted two boil water advisories on Wed., March 11, due to the problems being corrected.
LOGAN — Teachers and parents are fighting to save the BASE program at Logan Middle School.
WEST LOGAN — West Logan Town Clerk Mark Mareske talked dollars and sense with members of the town council Monday evening during a discussion about the town's upcoming budget for the next year.
CHAPMANVILLE — The Chapmanville Town Council met on the evening of March 9, and several important issues were explored in the short meeting.
MORGANTOWN — “Bonnie's Bus,” a digital mammogram machine on wheels operated by WVU Hospitals, will visit Logan and Mingo county in March.
LOGAN — On March 8, The Logan County Sheriff's Department (LCSD) was notified by West Virginia State Police of a complaint of an alleged police impersonator.
CHAPMANVILLE — On Sunday, March 8, at 8 p.m., the Chapmanville Fire Department received a call for a structure fire on Dover Avenue.
LOGAN — Summer Sparks, 26, and Tracy Ghee, 42, who live together in Bradshaw Hollow in the Whitman Area, were arrested on Feb, 18 and charges were brought against them in connection with an alleged theft that evolved into a car chase and a...
MOUNT GAY, W.Va. — A workshop on “Business Fundamentals” is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, March 17, in Logan County. The workshop is part of the West Virginia Small Business Development Center (WVSBDC) training and business...
HARMAN, W.Va. — West Virginians wanting “In God We Trust” on a specialty vehicle license plate are running out of time to make that statement a displayable reality.
LOGAN — Results for the election held on March 7, for the fire and ambulance levy show the measure has overwhelming passed.
The Logan County Public Service District has lifted a boil water advisory that was issued on March 2 for North Mitchell Heights road to Pigeon Roost.
The month of March has historically not been kind to the people of Logan County. From terrible flooding that devastated certain areas in 2012, to the most recent snow storms and more flooding which closed schools, the county courthouse, and many...
LOGAN — With the repeal of the common core educational standards, education, in this legislative session, has been a real hot button issue. In the legislative flurry to change the state's educational system, funding for some programs such...
LOGAN — Tickets for Southern Coalition for the ARTS's upcoming production of Smoke on the Mountain are on sale now.
CHARLESTON — The W.Va. legislature has, for the first time since 1987, successfully overridden a gubernatorial veto making W.Va. the 11th state to pass “pain-capable” abortion legislation.
WILLIAMSON — A major internet and telephone outage affected thousands in the Williamson and Pikeville areas, as one of Suddenlink's main fiber optic lines was taken out due to high flood waters around 10:30 p.m. Thursday...
CHARLESTON — Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, on Friday March 6, provided an update regarding the statewide State of Emergency.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey released a reminder Thursday that the state's price gouging laws go into effect anytime the governor declares a “State of Emergency” or “State of...
LOGAN — The morning of March 5 saw the Logan area take a one-two-punch from the weather: just hours after localized flooding and frighteningly swollen rivers terrorized citizens, snow began to fall and ice began form.
A former Mingo County sheriff claims in a lawsuit that a county commissioner cost him an election last year by filing a bogus complaint days before the vote took place.