Brittany Murray

Tuesday September 5, 2017

Glenville woman shares her story as a ‘Rosie the Riveter’

GLENVILLE, W.Va. — When Ruby Coberly was growing up in Gilmer County, she never imagined herself having a large impact on the nation’s history. But...

Elkins City Council to hold final vote on “Brunch Bill” Thursday

Class "A" businesses in the city of Elkins may soon be able to serve alcoholic beverages at 10 a.m. on Sundays, if Elkins City Council passes its second and final reading of its Brunch Bill Thursday.

Monday September 4, 2017

One transported from Harrison County stabbing

Stonewood Police are investigating a Sunday night stabbing in Harrison County.

“We pull better when we pull together:” Rosie the Riveters to be honored in Labor Day ceremonies

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Bells will ring in numerous locations Monday, not only in West Virginia but throughout the country, thanks to the work of some...

Friday September 1, 2017

West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival kicks off Friday

The 39th annual West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival kicks off Friday, with a weekend full of food, games and entertainment.

Thursday August 31, 2017

Harrison Commission purchases property for new 911 center

The Harrison County Commission voted to purchase property at the complex Wednesday. The purchase will cost the county $2.297 million dollars.

Tuesday August 29, 2017

Clarksburg’s Chestnut Street project nearing completion

After nearly two years of being closed to through traffic, South Chestnut Street in Clarksburg will reopen within the next few weeks.

Monday August 28, 2017

Study abroad opportunities expanding at Glenville State College

For four years, Glenville State University has been working to develop its study abroad program, and some globetrotting faculty members have recently created new opportunities for students.

Fayette County man convicted of kidnapping, sexual assault

A 27-year-old Oak Hill man was convicted Friday following a two day trial of kidnapping and second degree sexual assault.

Friday August 25, 2017

Glenville State student killed in single-vehicle accident

Jonathan Knotts, 19, of Philippi, died in the accident after hitting a decorative brick wall at the base of a Foodland sign around 12:45 p.m. Thursday.

Thursday August 24, 2017

Barbour County man faces sexual assault charges

A 42-year-old Barbour County man is facing charges for beating a woman unconscious in the street and having inappropriate sexual contact with her.

Wednesday 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?

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