September 9, 2018

Top team in all three classes stay put in Week 4

Martinsburg, Fairmont Senior and Wheeling Central keep hold of their No. 1 ranking.

West Virginia Black Heritage Festival celebrates 28 years

In addition to awarding scholarships and working with students, the festival and the organization does its part to honor black leaders and promote community revitalization efforts.

Jackson General partners with WVU Health Systems

The deal went into effect Sept. 1.

Photo Gallery: Martinsburg win streak reaches 31 games

MARTINSBURG, W.Va — Photos from No. 1 Martinsburg’s 47-0 win over Eastern, D.C. Friday night at Cobourn Field. (Photos courtesy of Christopher C. Davis/@EP_BigCameraGuy)

Photo Gallery: Huntington rolls over GW 42-21

HUNTINGTON, W.Va — Photos from Friday’s Huntington-George Washington game, won by the Highlanders 42-21. (Photos courtesy of Chuck Roberts/Dynamic Photography) 

Summersville Dam plays key role in Gauley Season, holds history

"It hasn't changed much in over 50 years," said dam resource manager Toby Wood.

Strengthening hurricane has ADs weighing options for WVU-N.C. State

The National Hurricane Center’s forecast projects Florence will strengthen into a Category 4 hurricane by the time it makes landfall Thursday night or early Friday.

Accelerated cadet class begins training this week

Cadets already certified police officers.

2 inmates diagnosed with Hepatitis A at North Central Regional Jail

Hepatitis A is an inflammation of the liver and is spread through contact with human waster of infected persons or through contaminated food or water

Weather advisories issued through Monday night

According to the National Weather Service, remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon is the source of rain through Monday.

Vacancies create concern for W.Va. Department of Commerce

At least five of agency's top leadership positions are open.

Marshall overcomes sloppy showing to top Eastern Kentucky, 32-16

Marshall had no luck establishing the run, but managed to defeat Eastern Kentucky.

Shaky start, blistering finish for Will Grier

Intercepted on the first drive against Youngstown State, he completed 21-of-26 for 332 yards and four touchdowns.

114 penalty yards draw Holgorsen’s ire in romp

— By Alex Hickey MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Yellow flags were the lone red flag in West Virginia’s 52-17 romp over FCS opponent Youngstown State on...

Column: Mountaineers check the right boxes during Week 2 drubbing

Allan Taylor's column from West Virginia's 52-17 victory over Youngstown State.

5-foot-8 linebacker becomes West Virginia’s biggest secret

JoVanni Stewart, all 191 pounds of him, played most of Saturday night's game at Sam linebacker.

Carted off with leg injury, Sinkfield ‘should be fine,’ says Holgorsen

MORGANTOWN. W.Va. — What started out as a memorable night turned sour for West Virginia running back Alec Sinkfield. After making his first start and...

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