“If you don’t have to travel abroad, I encourage you to stay here," said an immigration attorney speaking at a forum at West Virginia University.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Less than six months into a new position at West Virginia University, the Vice President for Global Strategies and International Affairs has...
Board of Governors enters agreement to make space in University Place a residence hall.
The Accrediting Council For Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) issued a December report that included findings of 48 serious concerns related to accreditation.
A young victim testified against the 47-year-old man who is accused of abusing her on multiple occasions.
They go as far as to say state organizations, aside from school districts, could financially benefit from using RESA services.
Brake has 2 decades of municipal leadership experience from large cities like San Antonio, Texas to the township he served the longest.
Hiring of Paul Brake announced Monday.
A Board of Governor's meeting agenda includes review of and potential action to close Arnold Hall and Apartments at the end of the semester.
A BB&T was reportedly robbed Friday afternoon.
Secretary of State Mac Warner issued public statements accusing Natalie Tennant of hindering administration transition.
After two weeks, Route 250 is passable again.
At approximately 3:15 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, Morgantown Police Department responded to United Bank on the corner of Fayette and Chestnut Streets.
Monday is the beginning of the 2017 spring semester.
Six finalists were named as candidates. Council scheduled a Saturday evening meet-and-greet for the public.
Road will remain closed due to a rock slide and unstable embankment until further notice.
A Davisville, W.Va. woman could be the suspect in investigations in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
A section of Route 250, or White Hall Boulevard, will be closed just south of Mary Lou Retton Drive until Friday.
The suspect was free on bond after a May 5, 2016 arrest on a drug charge.
In a recorded message from Monongalia County Schools Assistant Superintendent Donna Talerico, recipients heard, "University High School will welcome Mrs. Kim Greene, a veteran school administrator, as the substitute principal."