Day: May 20, 2020 Archives

WednesdayMay 20, 2020

PSC investigating Paige-Kincaid Public Service District over services

The commission has received multiple complaints and a petition about the service and the high rates.

Justice announces State Parks discount

The discount begins June 1.

DHHR updates coronavirus numbers, 32.6% of cases are active

Of the 1,567 positive tests, 32.6% are active and 46 individuals remain hospitalized.

State to offer free coronavirus testing in select areas

The two days of testing will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Cabell, Kanawha, Marion and Monongalia counties.

Gee says Big 12 schools have ‘near consensus’ on return-to-play

Gee was a guest on Citynet Statewide Sportsline Wednesday evening.

St. Albans principal Jeff Kelley named to Lincoln County post

He takes over as superintendent on July 1.

West Liberty ‘rightsizing’ following budget punch caused by pandemic

The university said personnel decisions are confidential.

Six schools claim WVSSAC MVB Champions Cup titles

VIENNA, W.Va. — Six different high schools won WVSSAC MVB Champions Cups in the 2019-2020 sports season. A points system encompassed all sports for which a season was completed (basketball and spring sports are not included).     Boys Class AAA: Wheeling Park – 486.5 George Washington – 482.5 University – 386.5 Wheeling Park claimed

WVU’s Deskins hopes Mountain State can bounce back from ‘recession by design’

Expert on state's economy says not enough data yet to predict.

Governor’s office tries to clear up confusion about social gathering limit

General counsel says it doesn't apply to essential businesses.

Simpson to lead Trinity into second season of program reboot

Simpson was the offensive coordinator for the Warriors in their first season since the return to varsity football in 2019.

National Forest to start reopening some facilities Thursday

Campgrounds and day use areas reopen with considerations for social distancing and care to follow C-D-C guidelines.

WorkForce WV corrects “system issue” so benefits can be paid to 2,300 PUA claimants

Laid-off workers to receive benefits by the end of the day Friday.

Logan County hunter talks about one tough buck

A four year quest had every chance to never happen, but for it seemed to be meant to be for Logan's Aaron Fry.

As more opens, Justice advises West Virginians to take individual precautions

State leaders emphasize wearing masks to prevent the spread of virus.

DOC says 4 positive COVID-19 cases at Huttonsville prison; other test results pending

Officials waiting on test results from additional inmates and staff members.

Entering 25th season at WVU, Nikki Izzo-Brown ready to adapt to changes

The Mountaineers lost nearly their entire spring season and face the prospect of an altered fall camp.

Arrests made in murders of two missing women in Berkeley County

Police believe the crimes are tied to a Jefferson County murder in March.

Restaurant reopenings move inside with limitations this week

"Everybody has to do what works best for them," said Michael Jarrouj, owner of The Olive Tree Cafe and Catering in Kanawha County.

Tractor trailer nearly plunges over I-64 bridge

Driver lost control in Wednesday morning rain.