Author: Geoff Hamill

Geoff Hamill can be contacted at gshamill@pocahontastimes.com

Pocahontas old growth forest dedicated

Old growth forest is ancient forest that has not been cut or disturbed for time.

Weather no problem for Greenbrier Race triathletes

Triathletes are tough people and it takes more than a little bit of rain and.

Emergency workers make show of support for Dunbrack

During the April 21 Commission meeting, firefighters, first responders and 911 Center employees filled the.

Marlinton attorney says no fire fee outside town

During a special Marlinton Town Council meeting on April 21, Mayor Joe Smith reported that.

Wonderful Wild Edibles day

The Wild Edibles Festival in Hillsboro is one of the newest events on the Pocahontas.

In Concert at NRAO
In Concert: Julia Bauserman and Marilyn Creager

Julia Bauserman and Marilyn Creager perform in concert at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory on.

Litter a growing problem in Pocahontas County

It boggles the mind how anyone can intentionally degrade the natural beauty of Pocahontas County,.

Maxwelton VA clinic closes again

Less than two months since re-opening, the VA Clinic in Maxwelton is closing again. The.

Free writing workshop in Hillsboro on Saturday

Anyone who wishes to explore, expand or improve their creative writing skill has an excellent.

Local WVSP Detachment Commander retires

After 25 years of service with the West Virginia State Police, a well-known local officer.

VA expands Veterans Choice Program

Many VA-eligible veterans in Pocahontas County will be able to receive healthcare from local doctors.

Commission will not pay Price legal bills

During Tuesday morning’s meeting, the Pocahontas County Commission resolved that it will not pay legal.

Marlinton defers action on fire fee

Marlinton Town Council will seek legal advice before it implements a $60 per household fire.

Is it getting warmer or colder?
Marlinton Civil War mural dedicated

Historians, artists, fans and friends gathered in Marlinton on Sunday to dedicate a stunning artwork.

Nature Club learns about bugs

“We hope that, when the insects take over the world, they will remember with gratitude.

Biennial bat count shows continuing losses to WNS

Due to their gnarly appearance, bats invoke a sense of horror in many people. But.

Trout Unlimited to hold subchapter meetings in Durbin

“Cold clean fishable water. You’re welcome.” – Mountaineer Chapter Trout Unlimited website. The Mountaineer Chapter.

Contractors selected for $27M Snowshoe sewage project

After 15 years and dozens of water pollution violations, construction of a new Snowshoe area.