Logging operation to close parts of National Forest to public at month’s end

By WV MetroNews Staff Two areas of the Monongahela National Forest will be closed to the public around the end of March to allow for helicopter logging operations. The West Fork Timber Sale is set to begin March 28th and will include an area north of Bartow in Pocahontas County. Helicopters will be used to ferry […]

Nissman returns to Charleston for Music Classic Series – will perform in Lewisburg Saturday

By Matthew Young, RealWV “Gershwin Meets Brahms,” the second concert of Barbara Nissman’s three-part Music Classic Series, was held at the Culture Center Theatre in Charleston on Thursday. However, unlike the first show’s solo performance, the second concert of the Music Classic Series saw Nissman accompanied on stage by the Montclaire String Quartet.  “It was […]

OPINION: Carmichael sees new industries finding a welcoming home in West Virginia

By Mitch Carmichael, cabinet secretary of the W.Va. Department of Economic Development Great jobs, abundant opportunities, and new industries are finding a welcoming home in West Virginia. On a regional, national, and international scale, our state is winning new business at a torrid clip. West Virginia is beating states many times our size and delivering […]