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Two men indicted by special grand jury

FAIRMONT — A special grand jury heard evidence from four cases this week and handed down four indictments. Two men were indicted Sept. 21 who among the four cases grand jurors heard. The grand jury indicted Keith Everett Herron, 37, of Carolina, on charges of delivery of a controlled substance...
CAROLINA, WV
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Centra Bus in Clarksburg to close Satuday, Sept. 25

CLARKSBURG, W.Va (WDTV) - If you rely on Centra buses for transportation around Clarksburg, make sure you have an alternative plan for Saturday, Sept. 25th. Centra Bus will not operate this coming Saturday due to road closures and an event in downtown Clarksburg. Operations will resume as normal on Monday,...
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Buckhannon man wins full scholarship in ‘Babydog’ sweepstakes

CHARLESTON — A Buckhannon man won a full college scholarship as part of Thursday’s “Do it for Babydog: Round 2” Vaccination Sweepstakes announcements. Benjamin Currence of Buckhannon was one of five winners announced Thursday of a full four-year scholarship to any public college or university in the state, including room and board, tuition, and books, a prize valued at more than $100,000.
BUCKHANNON, WV
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Buckhannon man pleads guilty to third-degree sexual assault

BUCKHANNNON – A Buckhannon man faces a potential sentence of several years in jail after pleading guilty to sexual assault in the third degree in Upshur County Circuit Court Wednesday. Minter W. Humphrey, 57, pleaded guilty via an information to the […]. Keep reading this story... Support the author of...
BUCKHANNON, WV
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Robert C. Byrd High School holding food truck festival

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Robert C. Byrd High School in Clarksburg will be holding a food truck festival on Friday at the RCB Sports Complex. The festival will consist of nine food trucks from around north central West Virginia that will be offering everything from dinner items to dessert. The event...
CLARKSBURG, WV
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Road work expected to cause delays in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Highways announced a planned traffic delay on WV 131, Benedum Drive. The delay will take place from mile post 0.89 to Mile Post 1.49 starting Thursday and will continue through Saturday, Sept. 25, running from 7 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., day time operations only.
BRIDGEPORT, WV
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Marion County Health Department to open a new covid vaccine clinic

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The Marion County Health Department plans to open a new covid vaccine clinic location. Officials with the department said that when the weather starts to get colder, they will move into a building on Locust Avenue in Fairmont. The clinic will be a total vaccine clinic where...
FAIRMONT, WV
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Latest Do it for Babydog prize winners announced

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) - Several locals were among the big winners in the latest Do it for Babydog sweepstakes. Gov. Jim Justice on Thursday announced several more full ride scholarship winners, including Benjamin Currence, of Buckhannon. Mathew Furbee, of Fairmont, was selected for the $150,000 dream wedding. Several other area...
BRIDGEPORT, WV
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Sexual assault survivors call for accountability from WVU

In response to sexual assault allegations on campuses across the country, West Virginia University students demonstrated in front of Woodburn Hall on Thursday to share survival stories and call for accountability. “There are names that I know, that are five-time repeats, that the school has done absolutely nothing about.” said...
FAIRMONT, WV
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Caprice Tenney named VIP at St. Joseph’s Hospital

BUCKHANNON — St. Joseph’s Hospital recently honored Caprice Tenney with the Valued Inspired Person Award (VIP) for the hospital. Caprice is a Physical Therapy Assistant at the hospital. Her co-workers say that she is full of compassion and genuine hospitality. She follows and believes in the mission of St. Joseph’s...
BUCKHANNON, WV
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Clarksburg City Council continues discussion on allocating American Rescue Plan Act funds

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Clarksburg City Council met Thursday evening to discuss capitalizing the American Rescue Plan Act funds to match state or private funding opportunities. During the discussion on the funds, the city manager gave council members a list of things they have discussed utilizing their dollars on. That list includes items like sidewalks, a façade grant, portable radios for fire and police, an urban redevelopment authorities business loan, the purchase of an end loader and an excavator for public works and funding for the Clarksburg Water Board, as well as sewer projects. The city has already received $3.3 million of the $6.2 million in funding.
CLARKSBURG, WV
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The plan for B-U football during their bye week — get better

TENNERTON – With the Buckhannon-Upshur football Buccaneers on their bye week, first-year head coach Zach Davis had one goal for his team this week after last Friday’s 56-14 loss to Greenbrier East – get better. “We watched the Greenbrier East game film on Monday and spoke open and honestly about...
BUCKHANNON, WV
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Couple sues after concrete saw hits woman at warehouse

CLARKSBURG — A couple is suing Kaufman Realty & Auctions of West Virginia LLC alleging injuries while on its property. Mary Wolfe and Robert Wolfe went to pick up items they had purchased for their farm from the defendant's online auction on June 27, 2019, that were marked and contained in a warehouse, according to a complaint initially filed in Harrison Circuit Court and later removed to U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia.
CLARKSBURG, WV
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