GLENHAYES — Schools and athletics across Wayne County have received generous donations in the last few weeks to help with individual needs.
- Three BOE members re-elected in Wayne County
- Griffith prevails in Democratic House race between incumbents
- Grace re-elected mayor of Town of Wayne
- Thompson wins GOP nomination for Wayne County Commission
- Rep. Carol Miller renominated in West Virginia GOP primary
- Chaffin to join Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District board
CHARLESTON — Five candidates are challenging incumbent Rep. Carol Miller in West Virginia’s 1st Congressional District, four in the Republican primary.
WAYNE — New districting has changed the representation in the West Virginia House of Delegates with three vieing for the Republican nomination of House District 28 on May 10.
Due to redistricting, each Wayne County district was changed to numbered values as well as decreased from five to four magisterial districts. Wayne County is now classified as District 1-4.
Advancing Wayne County’s infrastructure is the key element candidates for Wayne County Commission plan to focus on if elected to the seat.
WILLAMSON — Three candidates will face off in the May 10 Republican primary for a seat in the West Virginia State House of Delegates representing the 29th district — which includes southern Wayne and northern Mingo counties. The candidates are Matthew Deskins, Nate Randolph and Henry Corby Dillon.
WILLAMSON — Three candidates will face off in the Republican primary for a seat in the West Virginia State Senate representing the sixth district — which includes southern Wayne, Mingo, McDowell and Mercer counties.
WAYNE — Five candidates are running for three open seats on the Wayne County Board of Education and are focusing on safety, student engagement and post-graduation preparedness opportunities and more.