Video ceremonies will take place as well.
50,000 masks obtained by state might not seal adequately, but leaders say they are better than nothing.
Governor's office getting calls about summer acitivities.
334 tests were added.
The Quebec native will receive an another year of eligibility due to cancellation of NCAA spring sports.
Traffic stop occurred in Hampshire County.
Official plan may be rolled out by the end of the week.
Coronavirus response coordinator says state will start looking more closely at county level.
Letter says top-of-line testing equipment should be made available to workers.
Both North Marion and Shady Spring had their postseasons cut short by the pandemic.
Randy Holcomb appointed for 30 days.
United Way of Central West Virginia, West Virginia Radio Corp. collecting food.
Freezing temperatures could be seen Friday into Saturday.
Nearly $530,000 in additional Community Development Block Grant funding could be used for emergency funding in Parkersburg.
Positive test rate at 2.26 percent.
Governor Justice extends "free fishing" for in-state residents only for the month of May.
Drive-In Movies and wellness centers run by licensed healthcare providers are among the businesses which will reopen in West Virginia next week if the testing rate for Covid 19 remains below 3%. Even as some businesses reopen this week, Dr. Cathy Slemp stresses the need to continue with social distancing and other precautions which have
Extremists are given to hyperbole. The other day, between 50 and 75 people gathered outside the State Capitol to protest Governor Justice’s stay-at-home order. One of the protesters held a sign that read, “I prefer dangerous liberty over peaceful slavery.” Since when is the order that people, who do not have to perform essential services,