Day: November 11, 2019 Archives

MondayNovember 11, 2019

Philanthropy organization recognizes charitable efforts with awards ceremony

Philanthropy West Virginia honored the parties with its 13th annual awards ceremony.

PEIA next health insurance plan ready for public comment

Two weeks of public hearings begin Tuesday evening.

Ceremony recognizing Jackson General-WVU Medicine merger set for Tuesday

The event at WVU Medicine Jackson General Hospital will begin at 11 a.m.

WVSP reminds people about safe driving ahead of snow

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for much of the state.

WVU women’s soccer reaches 20th straight NCAA tournament

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — It was more of a nail-biter than most years, but the West Virginia women’s soccer team kept its postseason streak alive with a 20th consecutive invitation to the NCAA tournament. The tournament field was unveiled Monday afternoon. The Mountaineers (10-7-2) open the tourney at Georgetown (13-4-3) on Saturday. WVU earned an at-large

Class AAA playoffs: Can Capital slow down Wheeling Park?

Patriots and Cougars have extensive recent history in playoff matchups.

Charleston mayor says city response to clergy over arrest is close

The clergy asked the city last week to respond within 10 days.

Hardin back in court Tuesday

Look for new trial date in sexual assault case of former Marshall student.

Photo gallery: Herbert Hoover wins season finale vs. Logan, 56-28

FALLING ROCK, W.Va. — Photos from Herbert Hoover’s 56-28 win over Logan in the season finale for both teams. Logan quarterback Jordan Hayes went over the two thousand yard mark for the season by throwing for 410 yards and three touchdowns. (Photos courtesy of Boothe Davis/Captured by the Moment Photography)

Thousands line streets of Charleston to honor veterans

This was the 78th annual Veterans Day Parade.

9 MSAC teams featured in Class AAA playoffs (Rd. 1 preview)

Capital visits Wheeling Park in 2015 championship rematch.

Mister Bee recognizes the sacrifice and service of veterans

Sales of chips in new bag will partially benefit USO and Mister Bee CEO plans to match whatever that number turns out to be with her own money.

Brown says ‘everybody and everyone’ on depth chart under evaluation

West Virginia's starters should not feel comfortable following a blowout loss to Texas Tech.

Federal EDA grants awarded to 8 WV economic development projects

Money goes toward reprioritizing efforts in rural communities.

Overdue Navy honor comes to veteran’s family

Hancock County veteran Joseph Guio helped save lives on a sinking ship.

Football Playoffs to Begin; Volleyball Season to End!

This weekend, the high school football playoffs begin across the state with a total of 24 games to be played either this Friday night or Saturday afternoon.  In fact, when you look at the breakdown of all three classes, there will be 15 games that kick off at 7:30 Friday night and 9 games scheduled

Snow, cold to move into West Virginia by Tuesday morning

All parts of West Virginia could see some snow out of the system, according to the National Weather Service.

‘Best and brightest’ sought for state grant program for future teachers

The reworked Underwood-Smith Teaching Scholars Program is designed for incoming college students who commit to teaching for five years in West Virginia in critical subject areas like math and science for five years.