It was only three acres.
But those three acres were the difference between residents walking past a striking waterfall and picnicking along an idyllic creek or having the way barred because it was private property.View Story
WVU athletes are having a blast (and learning life lessons) while volunteering their time and muscles to help those in need.View Story
When Judy Thomas thinks of Shinnston, she remembers when her family of nine would shop downtown on Friday night among their neighbors and the bright lights of open shops down Pike Street.View Story
Tom and Cathern Borne don’t get around much.
The Arthurdale couple aren’t exactly spring chickens anymore. He’s 96. She’s in her 80s. Both are plagued by a host of health problems — Tom more so than his wife.View Story
Don’t be fooled by the image of our beloved mascot.
Sure, the Mountaineer dons a coonskin cap and wields a mighty musket, but in the case of Scott Moore, who donned the buckskins in the early 2000s, a critter couldn’t have a better friend.View Story
You probably don’t know any twentysomethings, fresh out of pharmacy school, who own and operate their very own drug store.
But in 1961, brothers Ernie and Jim Gregg found themselves as the owners of not one, but two pharmacies at the ages of 25 and 23.View Story
David Fryson, WVU’s chief diversity officer, and others are working hard to help a struggling Charleston neighborhood.View Story
When you come through my open doors, I see that look on your face.
That look of surprise when you see the map that reacts to your touch, or the look of trying-to-be-cool while secretly glorying in being the center of attention.View Story