Wednesday, April 16 2014 9:36 AM EDT2014-04-16 13:36:46 GMT
While people around the country had the chance to catch the lunar eclipse, the "blood moon" had a special significance at NASA's IV&V facility because of its work on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, or LRO.
While people around the country had the chance to catch the lunar eclipse, the "blood moon" had a special significance at NASA's IV&V facility. Scientists in West Virginia helped develop critical software
Wednesday, April 16 2014 9:27 AM EDT2014-04-16 13:27:58 GMT
Stonewall Resort hosted a public meeting this afternoon regarding a proposed hydroelectric project.
Stonewall Resort hosted a public meeting this afternoon regarding a proposed hydroelectric project. Mahoning Hydropower addressed concerns regarding the impact the facility at the Stonewall Jackson Dam
Wednesday, April 16 2014 9:25 AM EDT2014-04-16 13:25:42 GMT
For Dawn DePreist, the road to drug addiction started with pain medications and ended with the Randolph County Adult Drug Court.
For Dawn DePreist, the road to drug addiction started with pain medications. "From that time I went on to heroin. I'd been on drugs for a good 20 years before I committed a crime," said DePriest. After
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Local 175 President Ken Hall tells media outlets that negotiations broke down on Thursday and Friday.
Rite Aid spokeswoman Ashley Flower tells media outlets that the company is focusing on improving operating efficiency.
The First Presbyterian Church of Charleston recently
announced it will open Hope Village,
a year-round fair trade shop.
According to the church's news release, the church has hosted
a global market, which returns 100 percent of the proceeds back to the artisans
who made the products. Hope Village
will continue this practice, the church states.
The village will sell items including jewelry, wood carvings,
children's items, wood nativities and baskets from Africa.
"By making a purchase from Hope
Village, you are directly and
profoundly impacting the lives of each artisan and their family," the news
release states. "Every purchase enables the artisans to help support their
family with food, clothing, shelter and education enabling them to live a more
just and sustainable life."
is located on the first floor of First Presbyterian Church, corner of Virginia
Street and Leon Sullivan
Way in Charleston.
From December 3-22, shopping hours will be: Wednesdays, 10 a.m.– 2 p.m.; Thursdays, 5 p.m.–8 p.m.; Fridays, 10
a.m.–2 p.m., and Saturdays, 10