Brittany Murray

Yesterday August 23, 2017

West Virginia Junior College transitions accreditation to meet allied health needs

West Virginia Junior College has successfully transitioned its institutional accreditation to the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools

Braxton County Schools delayed due to fire near elementary school

All Braxton County Schools are operating on a two-hour delay Wednesday, due to a structure fire near Davis Elementary Schools.

Tuesday August 22, 2017

New laws, upgrades help keep state’s students safe

Supporters say students are safer.

Harrison County man sentenced for drug possession

A 37-year-old Mount Clare man is facing charges for drug possession.

Monday August 21, 2017

Officials say viral meningitis just like any other virus

Officials in Harrison County continue proper protocol to ensure students' safety after a student of Nutter Fort Primary was confirmed with viral meningitis last week.

11th Annual Frontier Days Kicks Off Wednesday

The city of Shinnston is preparing for its annual homecoming, with the 11th annual Frontier Days kicking off Wednesday.

Friday August 18, 2017

One confirmed case of viral meningitis in Harrison County

Superintendent Dr. Mark Manchin said a student at Nutter Fort Primary is hospitalized with a confirmed case of viral meningitis, and a second student at Washington Irving Middle School may have the virus as well.

Thursday August 17, 2017

Randolph County teacher faces felony charges

Albert Chewning, 37, is a shop teacher at Randolph Technical Center who allegedly contacted several students through Snapchat.

Wednesday August 16, 2017

Heritage vs. Hate: A military historian explains Confederate memorials in the Mountain State

The recent events that unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia, following the protests centered around the city's plan to remove its statue of Confederate States of America General Robert E. Lee, have sparked a controversial discussion that arises with relative frequency -- Is the Confederacy a symbol of heritage or a symbol of hate?

Search continues for missing Philippi man

PHILIPPI, W.Va. — Barbour County Sheriff’s Department is continuing to search for a 54-year-old Philippi man who has been missing since Thursday. “Right now we’re...

Tuesday August 15, 2017

Fall semester could be record enrollment for Glenville State College

GLENVILLE, W.Va. — As many colleges in the Mountain State begin their fall semesters this week, Glenville State College’s housing is at full capacity. Classes...

Monday August 14, 2017

Man dead after tree falls through windshield

A motorist traveling along West Pike Street in Clarksburg Sunday morning was killed when a tree fell into the roadway.

Sunday August 13, 2017

Bridgeport football off to great start under John Cole’s leadership

John Cole has been a part of the varsity football program at Bridgeport High School for 20 years, but this is the first he's stepped into the role of head coach.

Saturday August 12, 2017

Sunset-Ellis Drive-In celebrates 70 years

For 70 years, the Sunset Ellis Drive-In Theater has offered movie lovers from both near and far a unique, nostalgic experience.

Friday August 11, 2017

Annual Ride for Life to raise funds for breast cancer research

Saturday marks the 16th Ride for Life in North Central West Virginia, organized by Bikers for a Cure, and event organizer Kevin Ashcraft is expecting a great year.

Thursday August 10, 2017

Summer crews finish maintenance, repairs at Harrison County schools

Summer crews are hired each year for repairs and construction at Harrison County Schools, and with a new school year beginning Tuesday, those crews have only days to finish their work.

Wednesday August 9, 2017

Harrison County employees begin new school year

Wednesday was the first day for employees in Harrison County Schools, and Superintendent Dr. Mark Manchin said a lot of work is done each year to prepare for students.

Female charged following domestic dispute in Harrison County

A female is in custody after a domestic dispute in Harrison County that ended in gunfire Tuesday evening.

Woman identified in fatal Harrison County U.S. 50 crash

The woman killed in an accident on U.S. 50 near Cherry Camp Road in Salem has been identified as Lolita Belt, 46, of Wood County.

Tuesday August 8, 2017

Nicewarner waives preliminary hearing

Criminal charges against former Bridgeport High coach will go straight to grand jury.

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