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Assuredpartners of West Virginia

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Mary Kerns, president of Ramsey Insurance Agency, will continue to oversee operations in Charleston following AssuredPartners of West Virginia’s acquisition of the Ramsey Insurance Agency Inc. More>>

West Virginia Trucking Association

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Professional truck driver William Adkins, a driver for FedEx Freight out of its Kenova terminal, was selected as Grand Champion of the West Virginia Trucking Association’s 59th annual Truck Driving Championship held June 21 in Charleston.
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University Healthcare Physicians

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Dr. Amanda Prince has joined University Healthcare Physicians’ Inwood Family Medicine. More>>

West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission

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The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission and the West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education have hired Matt Turner as the agencies’ new executive vice chancellor for administration. He begins work Aug. 1. More>>

New River Community and Technical College

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Steven R. Wise has been selected as dean for workforce, technical and community education at New River Community and Technical College. More>>

Cabell Huntington Hospital

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Dr. Paul Muizelaar, a board-certified and fellowship-trained neurosurgeon, has joined Cabell Huntington Hospital and the Department of Neuroscience at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine as a full-time professor. More>>

Association of American Medical Colleges

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Darshana Shah, associate dean for faculty affairs and professional development at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, is the chairwoman-elect of the Association of American Medical Colleges’ Group on Faculty Affairs steering committee. More>>

Somerville & Co.

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Certified Public Accountants Mendy A. Aluise and Matthew L. Brotsky have been selected to be partners at the firm of Somerville & Co. Aluise, a Huntington native and resident, holds a bachelor of business administration degree from Marshall University, where she majored in accounting with a minor in economics. More>>

Frontier Communications

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Denise Springer and Daniel J. Hall have joined Frontier Communications. They will assess small businesses’ communications needs and provide appropriate solutions, including data and voice services. More>>

West Virginia Bar Foundation

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Charleston-area lawyers Joshua I. Barrett, Heather Heiskell Jones, J. Thomas Lane, John R. Lukens, Judge Stephanie D. Thacker and Steven F. White have been selected as West Virginia Bar Foundation Fellows. More>>

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough

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Three Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough partners in West Virginia, Marc E. Williams, Robert L. Massie and Randall L. Saunders, have been selected for inclusion in the 2014 West Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars publication. More>>

Martin & Seibert

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Martin & Seibert, a law firm founded 106 years ago, has new leadership. More>>

Kay Casto & Chaney

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Boyd L. Warner and Brandy D. Bell have joined the Kay Casto & Chaney law office in Morgantown. More>>

West Virginia University Health Sciences Technology Academy

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West Virginia University Eastern Division recently recognized the outstanding contributions of Health Sciences Technology Academy retiring employee, Don Coghlan. More>>

West Virginia University

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David M. Fryson has been elevated to vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at West Virginia University. Since 2012, his title has been chief diversity officer; previously he served as the university’s deputy general counsel for 2 1/2 years. More>>

Mountwest Foundation

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The Mountwest Foundation recently elected two new members to its board of directors. More>>

Marshall University

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Dr. R. Mark Hatfield, a Charleston-based retina specialist, has been appointed administrative chairman of Marshall University’s department of ophthalmology. More>>

West Virginia Wesleyan College

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Two professors have been granted tenure at West Virginia Wesleyan College, while another has won a promotion. More>>

West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection

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West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Cabinet Secretary Randy Huffman has appointed W. “Fred” Durham as director of the Division of Air Quality. More>>

Cabell Huntington Hospital

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Cabell Huntington Hospital has named Joy Pelfrey as vice president of nursing services and chief nursing officer. More>>

Frost Brown Todd

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Kimberly K. Mauer, chairwoman of the Women’s Initiative at Frost Brown Todd, is celebrating after the Women in Law Empowerment Forum placed the firm on its annual Gold Standard.
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  • Man and woman arrested for making meth with babies in the house

    Man and woman arrested for making meth with babies in the house

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 8:37 PM EDT2014-07-30 00:37:47 GMT
    Deputies with the Mercer County Sheriff's Department arrested two people Monday night, when it was discovered they were making meth with 2 babies in the house. Deputy Horn told us the children are 7 and 18 months old.
    Deputies with the Mercer County Sheriff's Department arrested two people Monday night, when it was discovered they were making meth with 2 babies in the house. Deputy Horn told us the children are 7 and 18 months old.
  • How long should delays last as the Northbound lanes close at the East River Mountain Tunnel?

    How long should delays last as the Northbound lanes close at the East River Mountain Tunnel?

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 7:19 PM EDT2014-07-29 23:19:48 GMT
    Officials warn drivers to expect heavy delays Tuesday night and Wednesday night as the Northbound lanes of I-77 at the East River Mountain Tunnel close down for repairs.
    Officials warn drivers to expect heavy delays Tuesday night and Wednesday night as the Northbound lanes of I-77 at the East River Mountain Tunnel close down for repairs.
  • Will parking be an issue for Saints fans as the State Fair of West Virginia comes to town?

    Will parking be an issue for Saints fans as the State Fair of West Virginia comes to town?

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 7:19 PM EDT2014-07-29 23:19:19 GMT
    Local New Orleans Saints fans continue to watch and enjoy their beloved team as they continue to practice in our area. But as the State Fair of West Virginia grows closer and closer, some are concerned if parking will soon be an issue.
    Local New Orleans Saints fans continue to watch and enjoy their beloved team as they continue to practice in our area. But as the State Fair of West Virginia grows closer and closer, some are concerned if parking will soon be an issue.