Harrison Co. Commission

Pete Conley to take oath as Harrison County's new Family Court Judge on Thursday

By Local News | December 21, 2016 6:15 AM
Member of the 1976 graduating class of Bridgeport High School and a local attorney with three decades of service, Pete Conley will be sworn in Thursday as Harrison County Family Court Judge. “I’m excited, a little apprehensive and...
 

Grapevine: Thank you for supporting Ben Queen and passing the torch to a new generation

By Rosalyn Queen Alonso | November 15, 2016 3:00 PM
After a long summer and a beautiful fall we can finally say that the election season is over.    I know that there are some of us who did not get our way with the vote and then there were some of us who did.  The best thing...
 

Bob-n-Along: We've elected a new President...and those TV commercials have stopped!

By Bob Stealey | November 11, 2016 5:00 AM
After 18 months or so of candidacy announcements, debates, cross-country campaigning, primary elections and virtually non-stop political advertising, the 2016 General Election is now history. Over and done with are the hotly contested ra...
 

Clarksburg native J.B. McCuskey elected to become West Virginia State Auditor

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | November 10, 2016 6:00 AM
Republican J.B. McCuskey has won election as West Virginia’s new auditor.   McCuskey, a current member of the WV House of Delegates representing Kanawha County, was born in Harrison County.  He is the son of John Mc...
 

Two Harrison County Schools Rank No. 1 on State Assessment Test Scores for 2015-16

By Local News | November 10, 2016 4:25 AM
By Julie Perine.  Just released on the SchoolDigger.com Web site are the West Virginia WV Assessment test scores and updated rankings for the 2015-2016 school year. Once again, Bridgeport High School tops the list in the number one spot for h...
 

ISO Assessment Results in City of Clarksburg's Fire Protection Rating Upgraded to Class 2

By Local News | November 01, 2016 6:00 AM
The Insurance Service Office (ISO) conducted a site assessment to the City of Clarksburg for the purpose of assigning a Public Protection Classification (PPC) rating for fire protection.  As a result of that assessment, the ISO has upgraded o...
 

Bob-n-Along: Listing of city lawyers in 1955 with at least two still practicing today

By Bob Stealey | October 10, 2016 4:30 AM
At least two Bob'n'Along columns that were printed in recent weeks have dealt with certain professionals who practiced their skills in Clarksburg and vicinity mainly in the middle 1950s. Here, I'm referring to physicians and...
 

Bob-n-Along: The Dublin Bridge in Broad Oaks Has a Unique History Including It's Naming

By Bob Stealey | August 20, 2016 10:00 AM
In the city of Clarksburg there are some rather attractive neighborhoods. One of these is the Broad Oaks community. And in that community is a small concrete bridge that was built quite a number of years ago.   While quite small,...
 

City's Effort to Bring New Life to the Robinson Grand Theater Includes New Website

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | August 11, 2016 4:00 PM
Unlike any other city in West Virginia, the city of Clarksburg is putting it's money where it's mouth is when it comes to promoting the arts and using that investment as a way to bring new life into the city's downtown.  ...
 

UHC Getting Closer to Completing 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | July 03, 2016 6:45 AM
Since late May, United Hospital Center (UHC), in conjunction with the West Virginia University (WVU) School of Public Health, has been conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for Harrison and Doddridge counties.  On Tuesday, UHC...
 
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