Internal Affairs

Clarksburg Attorney Instrumental in Securing Million Dollar Donations to Marshall & WVU

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | April 15, 2018 6:00 AM
The West Virginia University College of Law and Marshall University have each received $1 million to launch a Joint Consumer Assistance Project for West Virginians.    “This is great news for the state,” said...
 

Mac Warner announces secure mobile voting app for military from Harrison County

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | April 01, 2018 6:00 AM
Secretary of State Mac Warner announces the launch of a secure military mobile voting solution for the May 8th Primary Election.  And Harrison County is one of just two counties Warner identified to participate in pilot project to assess the...
 

Governor approves correctional employees pay raise plan approved by the WV Legislature

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | April 01, 2018 5:00 AM
Gov. Jim Justice held a ceremonial bill signing on Thursday of legislation to provide state’s corrections workers with significant pay raises.   House Bill 4142 will increase wages in the Division of Corrections, Regiona...
 

Delegates Give Voters the Right to Bring Supreme Court Budget Under Legislative Control

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | March 10, 2018 8:00 AM
West Virginians will vote next November on an amendment to the state constitution giving the legislative branch greater say-so over the judicial system’s budget.   The House of Delegates passed the resolution by a 93-1 v...
 

Non-Citizen from West Africa Charged with Felony for Illegally Voting in WV 2016 Election

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | March 09, 2018 2:30 PM
A man from Burkina Faso, a landlocked country in West Africa, now living in Martinsburg, WV through a green card program, has been charged by investigators with West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner's Office for providing false info...
 

Superintendent Manchin Expects Harrison County Schools to be Open on Wednesday

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | March 06, 2018 12:00 PM
It’s not officially official, but Harrison County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark Manchin is expecting school to be back in session Wednesday by the recent announcement that school employees and other state workers will be granted a 5...
 

Republican Leadership Secures Funding for 5% Pay Raises Without Raising Taxes

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | March 06, 2018 10:14 AM
Today is the ninth day that teachers and school employees across the state walked out of their schools protecting pay and concern of the Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA). And it appears it will be their last.   This morning at...
 

OPINION: West Virginia is Leading the Nation in Election Security at State and Local Level

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | February 26, 2018 6:00 AM
By Mac Warner West Virginia Secretary of State   Imagine a geo-strategic judo match. All the power, strength, momentum, and confidence we have happens to be confronted by a failing, weak, corrupt regime. How does the weaker challe...
 

Dr. Manchin Reverses Decision! Harrison County will now permit student activities

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | February 25, 2018 12:00 PM
By Brittany Murray.  Harrison County Schools will hold a meeting at 9 a.m. Monday to decide a course of action on extracurricular activities as the statewide work stoppage continues for teachers and service personnel.   H...
 

TO AVOID STRIKE: Senate Agrees to House's Proposed 2% Raise July 1st; 4% Over 3 Years

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | February 21, 2018 5:00 AM
Charleston, WV.  Two days before a scheduled statewide walkout of teachers and service personnel, the Legislature has moved ahead with a pay raise bill providing for an average 2 percent raises next year and then 1 percent the following t...
 
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