1,000 stories told and counting…

By Matthew Young, RealWV We’ve come pretty far in a relatively short period of time. Along the way we’ve had the opportunity to talk to some truly amazing people, and tell their stories – to tell your stories. And while 1,000 of them may one day seem like an insignificant number, today it’s a really […]

A West Virginian’s vacation at Myrtle Beach

By Jonathan Eggleston, for RealWV Editor’s Note: With so many Mountaineers flocking to Myrtle Beach during the summer, and for their Memorial Day celebrations, we wanted to provide a reminder as to why some West Virginians spend their vacations outside our hills and hollows. As I stood on the shores of North Myrtle Beach, SC, […]

FEMA will allow Nicholas County Schools to use flood money on a new school plan

By Stephen Baldwin, RealWV Christmas came early for Nicholas County Schools (NCS) Board President Chip Perrine. After receiving a letter from FEMA last week, he feels confident the board of education can finally move forward with a flood rebuild project they can afford. Earlier this year, bids came in much higher than the available funding […]

Miller launches Congressional Appalachian Caucus

PRESS RELEASE: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) joined Chief Deputy Whip Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) in launching the Congressional Appalachian Caucus. The Appalachian Caucus will focus on energy, healthcare, transportation, and broadband policies for people who live in Appalachia and surrounding regions. “Appalachia is a beautiful part of the United States,” said Congresswoman Miller. “Abundant with natural resources, we supply America with […]