Day: May 25, 2020 Archives


MondayMay 25, 2020

West Virginia native discusses coronavirus response

Dr. Patrice Harris, president of the American Medical Association, recently appeared on MetroNews "Talkline."

DHHR confirms additional COVID-19 related death; state total at 73

An elderly man from Mingo County died from COVID-19.

Some voters having second thoughts about voting by mail

Kanawha County clerk says she's received several calls from voters who have changed their minds.

Former WVU fullback Adam King enters 11th year on Bridgeport coaching staff

King led the Bridgeport defense to a Class AA state title last fall.

DMV reopening regional offices for appointment-only services

Services that will be offered include driver's license exams and driver's license renewals.

Metronews This Morning 5-25-20

Two separate shootings are under investigation in Berkeley County and in Kanawha County an elderly man is murdered, apparently by a relative. Covid 19 has dampened Memorial Day events in West Virginia–including one of the biggest at the National Cemetery in Grafton. The parade there is cancelled and the ceremony is scaled down to just

Kanawha County man killed in Sunday shooting

Elderly victim is believed to have been killed by a relative

Two separate shootings under investigation in Berkeley County

A Harpers Ferry man was killed in an early Sunday shooting.

World TeamTennis season to be hosted at The Greenbrier

The annual summer series with top world professionals was founded in 1974.

Remembering the ultimate sacrifice

This holiday weekend, it is understandable that thoughts turn to the coming summer, the benefits of relaxation and the hope that with care and vigilance we will be able to put the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic behind us. We might not give a second thought to the notion that living in a free and

Facing Hunger Foodbank prepares for demand in summer months

"Some of the things that we've adopted because of the pandemic we're going to continue," said Cyndi Kirkhart, executive director.