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WV Business College in Nutter Fort named in class action lawsuit brought by students

By Local News | July 09, 2017 6:00 AM
Issues of accreditation at West Virginia Business College are going to court. On Monday, Charleston Attorney Rusty Webb announced he was filing a class action lawsuit in Harrison County against the soon-to-be unaccredited school. “...
 

Attorney General Morrisey working to reduce Human Trafficking problem in West Virginia

By Local News | July 08, 2017 6:00 PM
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey unveiled a draft best practices initiative aimed at raising awareness about human trafficking within law enforcement communities around the state. Recent changes in West Virginia law inspired th...
 

Supreme Court appoints Liberty High School grad Stephanie Bond to Director's Position

By Local News | July 01, 2017 7:00 AM
Stephanie Bond will be the new Director of Probation Services starting July 24, Supreme Court Chief Justice Allen H. Loughry II announced Wednesday, June 28. Bond has been the director of the executive branch’s Division of Juvenile Serv...
 

Congressman McKinley will seek re-election; Will not run against Joe Manchin for Senate

By Local News | June 04, 2017 10:00 AM
Regpublican First District Congressman David McKinley announced this week that he will not challenge Democrat United States Senator Joe Manchin in 2018.   Manchin is up for re-election to another 6-year term.  He has announced th...
 

"Meet the Candidates" for Clarksburg City Council and Clarksburg Water Board

By Local News | June 01, 2017 6:00 AM
There are a total of ten candidates vying for four posiitons on the city council.  Current council members Bob Caplan, Ryan Kennedy and Jim Malfregeot are seeking re-election.  Current councilman and former mayor Sam "Zeke" Lop...
 

Remarkable Achievement! ND's Altenberg offered admittance into four military academies

By Local News | May 08, 2017 9:00 AM
Clarksburg native and Notre Dame High School Senior Alexander Anthony Altenburg achieved an honor held by only a handful of students each year when he was admitted into four United States Service Academies.   Altenburg, Notre...
 

Secretary Warner urges West Virginia voters to assist in free and fair municipal elections

By Local News | April 16, 2017 10:00 AM
With the bulk of the 2017 municipal elections rapidly approaching, West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner asks the public and the candidates associated with the upcoming 2017 municipal elections to assist in ensuring fair and clean municipal...
 

Embarrassment? Governor unveils cow manure on a silver platter as he vetoes budget bill

By Local News | April 14, 2017 5:00 AM
In this story posted by WV MetroNews' Jeff Jenkins, Gov. Jim Justice showed state lawmakers what he thought of their $4.1 billion budget, vetoing it with a pile of bull manure Thursday.   Appearing before a crowd in the st...
 

Medical Marijuana in West Virginia Passes in the State Senate; House to Consider Next

By Local News | April 01, 2017 7:00 AM
WV METRONEWS.  State Senator Bob Beach (D – Monongalia, 13) said Thursday, if nothing else, passage of the Medical Cannabis Act in the West Virginia Senate was a major achievement.   “The Senator from Logan [R...
 

Mac Warner recognizes Bethany Winters, Douglas Soule as "Honorary Secretary of State"

By Local News | March 24, 2017 6:00 AM
Secretary of State Mac Warner is proud to announce that Liberty High School senior Bethany Winters and Bridgeport High School senior Douglas Soule have been selected for the “Honorary Secretary of State” program for their efforts t...
 
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