For 100 years, WVU Extension Service has been helping individuals and communities across West Virginia come up with solutions for needs of all kinds.
Editor Nikki Bowman goes on an adventure in the woods of Pocahontas County.
An 18th century hotspot is alive and well with quirky shopping and art and a commitment to healthy alternatives.
We invite you to fall in love with a town—or eight, to be exact. In our first Best Small Towns competition, readers shared why their hometown is best.
In its sesquicentennial year, here are 150 reasons to celebrate West Virginia.
Smooth Ambler Spirits distills the essence of the Mountain State.
Bridgeport residents love three things—great food, athletic showdowns, and steadfastly supporting their community members, businesses, and organizations.
When the Boy Scouts of America chose the New River Gorge area as the site for the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, it was a win for West Virginians as well as the Scouts.
The popular West Virginia-based radio show celebrates 30 years of bringing music into homes far and wide.
Institutions across the state are training cooks and chefs for success in one of the strongest and fastest-growing industries in the country.
Explore the quiet lives and wonder inside Wayne County’s Hermitage of the Holy Cross.
This winter paradise is bursting with attractions—from world-class resorts to Bohemian, small town culture.
From classic to contemporary, the lofts at 816 on the Boulevard make downtown living a capital attraction.
For the 55 counties in West Virginia, here are 55 dining favorites—from mom and pop diners to fabulous fine dining and everything in between.
This autumn, take in the splendor of West Virginia’s many wonderful waterfalls.
Former HGTV host and designer Kristan Cunningham, who grew up in Boone County, is one of the most recognizable faces in interior design.
This small town west of the Allegheny Mountains boasts modern day conveniences amidst a remote and majestic outdoor setting.
The town of Kingwood, the cornerstone of West Virginia, overflows with character and charm.
The tiny, picturesque town of Thurmond takes us back to a wilder era of trains, coal, and poker games on the New River.
West Virginia native and Mylan CEO Heather Bresch—the first woman to lead a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company—opens up about her childhood, her career, and how she juggles it all.