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|Safe water meeting set for Charleston - Beckley Register-Herald|
|Safe water meeting set for CharlestonBeckley Register-HeraldCHARLESTON (AP) â€” A public symposium on water system safety is set for next month at the University of Charleston. The panel discussion was organized by Advocates for a Safe Water System, a community organization formed in response to the January ...Symposium On West Virginia's Water Safety Set for NovemberWSAZ-TVall 5 news articles »
|Safe Water Symposium set for November in Charleston - WOWK|
|Safe Water Symposium set for November in CharlestonWOWKJohn Brown, 34, of Dunbar appeared teary-eyed as he sat across from a judge, accused of felony child abuse. John Brown, 34, of Dunbar appeared teary-eyed as he sat across from a judge, accused of felony child abuse.and more »
|Huntington Bank gains market share in Charleston, WV - State Journal|
|Huntington Bank gains market share in Charleston, WVState JournalHuntington Bank is not the largest in the Charleston market, but the bank is celebrating growth there. The bank's market share, as measured by deposits, grew from 13.5 percent last year to 14.5 percent this year as of June 30. Huntington Bank also grew ...and more »
|Police say Subway robbery suspect caught - ABC NEWS 4|
|ABC NEWS 4Police say Subway robbery suspect caughtABC NEWS 4NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- North Charleston police arrested a man in connection to the fast food robbery earlier in the day. According to police, Samuel Guy Warner, of Tipson Street in North Charleston, was arrested and charged with armed ...
|Charleston, Morgantown and Fayette police to get body cameras - Charleston Gazette|
|Charleston, Morgantown and Fayette police to get body camerasCharleston GazetteCiting events in Ferguson, Missouri, where the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man triggered weeks of protests, Capt. Ted Malone of the Charleston Police Department said the agency is in the planning stages of purchasing body cameras for its officers.