From left, Jeannie Hennen, Zella Sigley, Carrol Hatfield and Pam O’Dell fill plates at the Union Mission in Fairmont, W.Va., Thursday with a traditional Thanksgiving dinner of turkey and all the trimmings. More than 800 meals were delivered to those who would not otherwise have a Thanksgiving dinner.
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“We are not ignoring what we are hearing of the blighted property complaints. We are starting to get into it pretty heavily again,” said Mayor Randy Amtower during the council meeting Wednesday.
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