TWEET/BEAT A Roundup of Recent Tweets Worth Pondering So, the thing is tweets come and go. And if you aren’t following the right somebodies, they…
Frances Buzzard ( a k a ‘Miss Francis’) went to work like she does every day as a custodian at Belle Elementary in Belle, W.Va., Then, they called her to the cafeteria.
As opioid abuse ravages Appalachia, the number of babies dependent on drugs and children forced into foster care rises after addicted parents die, are jailed or put into treatment. Who cares for them?
West Virginia native Gary Mays had his arm blown off at age 5. Waking up in the hospital, he realized what had happened and thought: ‘Well, I can deal with this, I guess.’” He did.
Tiny Wardensville, W.Va., has never been quite the same since a gay D.C. power couple moved there and began jazzing up the town.
Elaine McMillion Sheldon’s “Heroin(e)” tracks three women at the epicenter of the opioid crisis and finds three warriors amid the grit and despair.
Welcome to WestVirginiaVille, an experiment in crafting a site that collects and curates some of the best writing and social media done in and about West Virginia, and adds some of its own.
With swastikas in the news, this poignant, ultimately sweet essay comes by way of a West Virginia native who grew up Jewish here and had her own run-ins with swastikas.
An extremely short tale of a random five-dollar bill, a pudgy Catholic kid and a wet sidewalk in Charleston, West Virginia.
A WaPo reporter heads deep into West Virginia’s outlaw weed world to profile a farmer busted at his craft and how he hopes for a niche in the state’s new medical marijuana market.
Deanna McKinney lost her only child in a tragic night of gun violence in Charleston, W.Va. Trey Kay focused an episode of his “Us & Them” podcast on what happened next in a moving portrait of a mother who would not be cowed.
Felling hopeless and helpless about the future of West Virginia? You’re just not hanging out with the right people, says Michael Tierney, co-founder of the West Virginia Activist Archive.
However you feel about West Virginia’s only billionaire and its current governor, Jim Justice, this noteworthy story by Elaina Plott reads like a movie that’s both tragic and inspirational.