WVSDB hitting language deadline

Two years after the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind instituted a policy that all employees become proficient in braille or American Sign Language, more than half the staff and nearly all teachers have achieved the goal.

Capon Bridge raising sewer rates

Rates are headed up 30 percent for the 193 sewer customers of Capon Bridge.

City of Romney budget in bad shape

As of the last financial report to the Romney City Council, the city’s general fund of its operating budget is showing a negative balance of slightly over $66,000.

Extra family court judge unlikely now

If the overworked family court that serves Hampshire, Mineral and Morgan counties gets help, look for it to be taken care of by redistricting rather than adding the 2nd judge that a new bill calls for.

Agency turns off sprinkler search

Put the sprinklers on the back burner.

WVSDB funding bill moves forward

A bill that opens the door to fund campus renovations at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind has cleared its 1st hurdle.

Speedy delivery

Ellen Mills and her husband William are used to the routine that comes with giving birth.

RMS students plot for state amphibian

The bright red body of the northern red salamander symbolizes the handkerchiefs carried by miners in the coal wars of the 1920s.

Bills target drug deaths

Two bills to prevent drug overdose deaths are pushing their way toward passage under the sponsorship of local legislators.

Lawson: Jail swap ‘smooth’

Aging pipes created a situation that allowed the Potomac Highlands Regional Jail and its oversight agency a chance to shine last week, the jail’s director says.

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