Low contact summer youth sports such as Little League baseball and soccer will be allowed to resume practices on Monday, June 8, and games can begin on June 22.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) announced May 19 that it has lifted its no-visitor policy for its hospitals in Kentucky and West Virginia, but some restrictions will remain as the system continues to closely monitor the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.

Gov. Jim Justice just announced during his daily press briefing that he is deploying the West Virginia National Guard to the Eastern Panhandle in response to a one-day flare up of COVID-19 positive tests in to counties in that region.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) announced May 19 that it has lifted its no-visitor policy for its hospitals in Kentucky and West Virginia, but some restrictions will remain as the system continues to closely monitor the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.

Gov. Jim Justice announced that the first positive test result for the novel coronavirus was identified among inmates in the West Virginia correctional system.

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice continues to reopen various sectors of the state under his plans to restart the state both economically and socially.

Gov. Jim Justice's decision to move the West Virginia Primary Election to June 9 also allowed citizens additional time to register to vote or to update their current voter registration, according to a statement from WV Secretary of State Mac Warner.

The COVID-19 pandemic has restricted public gatherings and consequently even prevented many outdoor events such as those associated with festivals and even sanctioned races and now one of the Tug Valley’s most popular events will also move in a virtual direction this year.

For the ninth straight week, Mingo County Schools cafeteria employees and other volunteers again met early Wednesday morning at Lenore PK-8 and Mingo Central High School to begin preparing and packaging five-day meals for the county's students. According the Child Nutrition Director Kay Mayn…

The Hatfield-McCoy Trails will once again see riders on Thursday, May 21, just the day before the Memorial Day holiday according to guidelines established for Week Four of West Virginia’s official reopening plan in the wake of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

Gov. Jim Justice announced this afternoon that new businesses and activities will be added to the current Week Three and the upcoming Week Four plans as part of “West Virginia Strong: The Comeback.”

The Mountain State will continue its reopening process with Week Four of “West Virginia Strong: The Comeback” beginning next Thursday, May 21, instead of Monday, May 18,

For the past several weeks, local churches have been much different places because of restrictions created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Congregants have not gathered to fellowship with each other. Songs of praise have not been raised. Sermons have not been delivered. There has not been any hand…

The Hatfield-McCoy Trails will reopen prior to the Memorial Day holiday, according to Gov. Jim Justice during his daily press briefing earlier today.

On May 7, the U.S. Secretary of Commerce's office announced that the department’s Economic Development Administration is accepting applications from eligible grantees for Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) supplemental funds (EDA CARES Act Recovery Assistance).

The COVID-19 statistics for West Virginia are changing and sometimes becoming confusing according to state officials, however, the changes are not sufficient to negate current reopening plans.

Gyms, fitness centers and drive-in movie theatres will be allowed to reopen next week as the state enters into Week Three of West Virginia Strong: The Comeback.

Various statistics used to determine the current state of the COVID-19 crisis across the United States still remain low in the Mountain State, according Gov. Jim Justice during his press conference on Monday, May 4. Because of this, Week Two of “The Comeback” plan is still in effect.

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice reported this afternoon that a variety of statistics being used to plot the course as state reopening plans progress are still within necessary parameters. Because of these results, Week Two will begin Monday.

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