The West Virginia chapter of the Alzheimer’s Assocation says there are more than 39 thousand people that are affected by the neurologic disorder in the mountain state. The “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” was held today in Williamstown.
The corridor, which spans U.S. 33 from the Nelsonville bypass to Pleasant Hill Road, will now see targeted enforcement and increased signage reminding motorists to ditch the distractions and focus on driving.
During his briefing Wednesday to discuss the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, W.Va. Gov. Jim Justice showed graphics comparing the number of COVID vaccinated West Virginians in the state’s hospitals compared to the number of unvaccinated.
West Virginia utility regulators will consider a request to have state residents pay for upgrades at three coal-fired power plants after regulators in other states declined to support the changes because they were not economical.