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Associated PressU.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, who came to West Virginia as a young man from one of the world’s richest families to work on antipoverty programs and remained in the state to build a political legacy, announced Friday he will not seek a sixth term....
Associated PressGov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Monday he’ll seek improvements for West Virginians over his full four-year term, vowing in his inaugural address to protect coal and fight the federal government “to get off our backs and leave us alone.”...
Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania withstood a spending spree by coal-industry millionaire Republican Tom Smith to win a second term Tuesday in a race in which the political scion had been heavily favored. Casey’s victory also cements a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPolitical novices Democrat John Maxey and Republican Paul Espinosa, are running against each other to represent the new 66th Delegate District in what is, geographically, Jefferson County’s largest political jurisdiction. Created by the state...
email@example.comJoe Manchin had help rebuffing repeated assertions Tuesday night by Republican John Raese that West Virginia’s junior Democratic senator was on the wrong political team in Washington. Mountain Party candidate Bob Henry Baber said Raese’s...
Associated PressThe coal industry and other energy interests are helping to fuel West Virginia’s governor’s race, contributing to Republican Bill Maloney and the Democratic incumbent, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, the latest campaign finance reports show. But while...
The TV ads aired so far in the West Virginia’s governor’s race have one thing in common: President Obama. The Republican Governors Association continues the trend with its new spot attacking the Democratic incumbent, Gov. Earl Ray Tombin. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgScenes for “Moving Mountains,” a movie being produced about a southern West Virginia woman’s real-life struggle to make coal-mining practices better in the state, are expected to be filmed at the historic Berkeley County Courthouse. The...
email@example.comFirstEnergy will close the R. Paul Smith Power Station in Williamsport by Sept. 1 because of the cost of complying with federal environmental regulations that go into effect in 2015, a company official announced Thursday. The plant is one of six older...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMike Breslin is a gregarious guy who pays attention to family ties. By day, he's the nut-and-bolts general manager of Christian Companion Senior Care of Franklin County. He offers nonmedical, in-home services to seniors and others who need assistance to...
email@example.comThe federal government's investments in alternative energy sources generated mixed reactions from Washington County residents who spoke with The Herald-Mail about it Wednesday. Hagerstown resident David Beckner, who was painting the side of a building in...
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