GriefShare helps ease the pain of loss
For years, Judy Brown was weighed down by the painful burden of the grief from losing many family members.
Her dad died in 1999, her sister in 2001, her mother in 2003 and an uncle in 2005. Her in-laws had passed away, also.
It was almost more than she could bear.
VIDEO: Remembering Harold Ramis
The comedy legend, best known for his role in the "Ghostbusters" films, has passed away.
Die-hard WVU fan goes to extremes to keep his attendance streak alive
When WVU’s football team took on Syracuse in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl on Dec. 29, 2012, Rick Harshbarger was in the stands at Yankee Stadium cheering on the Mountaineers.
The next day, Harshbarger was back in the Mountain State by noon to root for the WVU men’s basketball team as it faced Eastern Kentucky University at the Coliseum.
Churches use big game as way of giving
Super Bowl Sunday is almost like a national holiday.
The day consists of family, friends, chips and dip, and various other festivities.
But while the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos get ready to square off at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII today, Central United Methodist Church in Fairmont will be having a competition of its own.
Change to Westminster show celebrates the everydog
When the nation’s foremost dog show added an event open to mixed breeds, owners cheered that everydogs were finally having their day.
They see the Westminster Kennel Club’s new agility competition, which will allow mutts at the elite event next month for the first time since the 1800s, as a singular chance to showcase what unpedigreed dogs can do.
Family promise gave life to man in 31-year coma
As his 7-year-old son Mikey lay in a hospital bed on life support, the victim of a drunk driver who had smashed into his family’s car, Paul Cortez took the boy’s hand and made a solemn promise to God: If his son survived, no matter in what condition, he and his family would always be there for him.
Muppets mini-makeover aims to boost kids’ health
Bert and Ernie jump rope and munch apples and carrots, and Cookie Monster has his namesake treat once a week, not every day. Can a Muppets mini-makeover improve kids’ health, too?
A three-year experiment in South America suggests it can. Now, the Sesame Street project is coming to the United States.
Should you friend your boss on Facebook?
So? Should you and your boss be friends on Facebook? The answer, of course, is not simple.
Link to the past
An old wood-and-iron lunk of an apple press is linking Aric Naternicola to a great-grandfather.
“My grandfather (Joe Naternicola Sr.) told me his father had bought it from somebody 60, 70 years ago. And I restored it,” he said.
Slate: The physics of cracking an egg
My mother taught me to crack the egg on the rim of the mixing bowl before gently pulling the two halves apart with both hands, while my husband prefers to tap the eggshell gently with the dull edge of a knife. Others might favor striking the egg against the edge, or the surface, of a countertop.
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