Brittany Murray

Today July 20, 2017

Justice says road program will ‘turn on the switch’ of state’s economy

Governor makes 2 stops Thursday and talks about "Jim's Promise."

Chicago, Washington D.C. to be added to NCWV Airport Destinations

The Benedum Airport Authority approved SkyWest as a new carrier, with flights offered to Chicago O'Hare Airport and Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C.

Yesterday July 19, 2017

Former WVBC students more at ease with educational future

The Community and Technical College System of West Virginia organized workshops to connect former WVBC students to representatives from West Virginia Junior College, Pierpont Community and Technical College and WV Northern Community College to discuss student transfer options.

Reynoldsville man facing multiple charges after mobile home fire

Gage Allen Lyons is charge with first-degree arson, fourth-degree arson and two counts of burglary. If convicted of all four felonies, Lyons could face 5 to 41 years in prison.

Monday July 17, 2017

Healthy Harrison initiative kicks off with city of Clarksburg employees

Employees of the city of Clarksburg helped to kick off the pilot program of Healthy Harrison this week, with 50 employees signed up for the program.

Sunday July 16, 2017

Opportunities are endless at community colleges

Dr. Johnny Moore, president of Pierpont Community & Technical College, said community colleges nationwide pride themselves on being accessible and affordable students because "a four-year education is not for everybody."

Braxie helps to promote ‘monstrous’ tourism in Flatwoods area

Folklore and scary stories are often passed down through generations, but one West Virginia county is creatively using those tales to promote tourism. The Flatwoods Monster, commonly referred to as "Braxie," has been a popular Braxton County tale since Sept. 12, 1952, when there was a supposed alien sighting in the hills of Flatwoods.

Friday July 14, 2017

Mazza to take helm at Bridgeport Middle School

David Mazza has been assistant principal.

Thursday July 13, 2017

Arkansas murder suspect caught in Clarksburg

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A man wanted for murder in Arkansas is in custody after being apprehended Thursday¬†by multiple law enforcement agencies in Clarksburg. Curtis Dorsey,...

Harrison County residents will see rate increases with Commission’s approval

Harrison County Commission approved two rate increases during Wednesday's Commission meeting. The first, a 26 percent sewage rate increase for customers of the Greater Harrison Public Service District. The other approved increase is for the landline fees of Harrison/Taylor 911.

Wednesday July 12, 2017

Sky is not the limit for Mountain State’s aerospace industry

Robert C. Byrd National Aerospace Education Center Director Thomas Stose said that job opportunities are plentiful, not only in the Mountain State but nationwide. The Boeing Company predicts a shortage of 650,000 employees in the industry.

Tuesday July 11, 2017

Mon Power customers to be restored by Tuesday night

Storms occurred Monday night.

Monday July 10, 2017

Clarksburg reaping benefits from 2016 dam removal

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — Roughly a year after the dams of the West Fork River were removed, Clarksburg Water Board officials are beginning to see the...

Court sets motions hearing date for Lunsford trial

WESTON, W.Va. — A motions hearing in the case of Lena Marie Lunsford-Conaway is set for July 27 at 2 p.m. The case will appear...

Sunday July 9, 2017

Planned Mon Power outage will affect about 7,600 customers

About 7,600 Mon Power customers will experience a power outage from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday.

Thursday July 6, 2017

Bluefield man charged in child abuse-related death

Jacob Lee Richards, 25, of Bluefield, was arrested Wednesday after his 10-month-old daughter was taken to Bluefield Regional Medical Center.

Wednesday July 5, 2017

Fire officials suspicious of Adamston fire

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A Tuesday night fire at an abandoned property in the Adamston area of Clarksburg is believed to be suspicious, Clarksburg Fire Chief...

Tuesday July 4, 2017

Woman charged in five-vehicle crash in Harrison County

A woman was charged after a five-vehicle accident on Interstate 79 that sent six to the hospital last Thursday.

Driver identified in Lewis County pursuit

A police pursuit along I-79 resulted in a single injury in Harrison County early Monday morning. Harrison County Sheriff's Department is continuing to investigate.

Monday July 3, 2017

Interstate 79 reopened after Quiet Dell crash

Northbound lanes of Interstate 79 are reopened following a single vehicle accident near the Quiet Dell exit late Sunday evening. Harrison County Sheriff's Department is investigating.

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