West Virginia University offering voluntary job buyouts

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia University is offering buyouts to employees with at least 20 years of service as part of cost-cutting efforts. The voluntary program comes after the

Science fair held in Tazewell County

Bluefield College welcomed Tazewell County students for their annual science fair. The college hosted all Tazewell County schools for the fair, including Tazewell Middle and

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Hinton
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Wytheville
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Lewisburg
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56°
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60°
Fayetteville
56°
Union
54°
Marlinton
Rain to arrive Thursday night-Friday

Rain to arrive Thursday night-Friday

Happy Thursday! Starting off the morning temperatures will be in the upper 50s and the lower 60s with mostly cloudy

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Child Law Services teams up with Sabika

PRINCETON (WVVA) — Child Law Services in Princeton teamed up with Sabika Wednesday evening to raise money for the non-profit

BC Nursing Program offering new summer course

On Wednesday, Dr. Jessica Sharp, the Dean of the School of Nursing at Bluefield College, stopped by the WVVA studio

City of Bluefield hosting free training, “Boots to Business: Reboot”

The City of Bluefield Community and Economic Development Department has patterned with the Small Business Administration to host the “Boots to

Virginia LOVEWork unveiled in Pocahontas

Throughout Virginia, more than 135 locations have LOVE signs on their properties representing the “Virginia is for Lovers” slogan. They’re

Parking for Intuit, creating more parking spaces in downtown Bluefield

The buzz lingers about Intuit Inc., coming to Bluefield, setting up a prosperity hub that could create between 200-500 jobs in