July 8, 2018

First moves come this week for WV’s look at higher ed

Special meeting set for set for 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Higher Education Policy Commission.

Greenbrier champ Na ‘waited a long time’ for 2nd win

Seven years and some 158 tournaments removed from his lone PGA Tour victory, Kevin Na finally added a follow-up.

Capito looking for Supreme Court nominee similar to Gorsuch

President Donald Trump is expected to announce Monday his nominee to succeed Justice Anthony Kennedy on the nation's highest court.

Robert C. Byrd ‘ready to be a contender’ with 18 starters back

Robert C. Byrd returns all of its offensive and defensive lines, along with a talented crop of skill players.

Marion County superintendent stays on board after state recognition

After 40 plus years in education, Price, who was considering retiring this year, has now decided to stay on for two more years.

Search for driver in deadly Morgantown hit-and-run continues

Morgantown Police said the victim was on a bicycle when he was hit on Friday night.

Significant damage reported at Wheeling learning center after Saturday fire

Students had been scheduled to return to the Augusta Levy Learning Center at the former Sacred Heart Church Monday following a summer break.

Fairmont State President: Following your dreams can still pay the bills

"There is a difference between a career and a job," Dr. Mirta Martin said

Ethics Commission to re-examine Morgantown Deputy Mayor’s vote on land acquisition

Mark Brazaitis cast two votes on the issue: The first, on June 5, in favor of buying the property, the second, on June 19, against postponing the issue.

Long-term flood relief is making progress, Hoyer says

Maj. Gen. James Hoyer said that the program is doing a "substantially better job" in some aspects of the program.

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