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New stormwater, sewer system to open more acreage at airport
North Central West Virginia Airport officials will join U.S. Rep. Alan B. Mollohan today for the groundbreaking for a new stormwater and sewer system.
The installation of the system promises to open up more acreage at the hilltop airport for commercial and light industrial companies.
- Coal miner injured at Loveridge operation A coal miner was transported to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown after being injured at Consol Energy’s Loveridge Mine located on Range Road near the Monongalia-Marion County line.
Time to gather, catch up
It will be food, family, friends and fellowship along the West Fork River during Monongahfest on Saturday.
The local festival, which was launched as a way for townspeople to gather during the warm summer months, will be celebrating its 20th year, said Debbie Vandetta, festival president.
Chamber’s 55th annual dinner set for Thursday
The Marion County Chamber of Commerce’s 55th Annual Dinner is an evening to recognize members and honor the business community.
The event will take place at Fairmont State University’s Falcon Center Thursday night.
Property secured for armory construction
Although price negotiations are still in the works, a piece of East Fairmont property has officially been secured for the construction of a new National Guard Armory.
Council members approved an order Tuesday to allow the state to acquire 35.19 acres of land in the Winfield District near the future site of the slated Volcano Island Water Park.
Convicted madam must return to court Thursday
A Morgantown woman convicted last month of using her escort business as a front for prostitution will be back in federal court on Thursday, charged with illegally contacting a government witness who testified against her.
Donna Darlene Duelley, 42, will get a preliminary hearing before a federal magistrate judge on the charge, court officials said.
Rivesville council passes first reading of B&O tax after long discussion
Much debate transpired prior to the first reading of the B&O tax at the council meeting here Tuesday night.
Residents and businesses owners turned out to the council meeting to ask numerous questions about the proposed tax.
The right thing to do
Bob Huggins, following his graduation from West Virginia University in 1977, has become one of the most successful college basketball coaches in history.
Fame and sports, though, were in the background Monday night.
- Arrest made in death of Good Samaritan State Police have arrested a Morgantown man in connection with the death last year of a Marion County man who was being a Good Samaritan at an Interstate 79 accident.
- U.S. Marshals arrest convicted madame A woman convicted last month for using an escort business as a front for prostitution was arrested Monday afternoon by federal marshals for allegedly contacting a government witness in her trial.
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- New stormwater, sewer system to open more acreage at airport North Central West Virginia Airport officials will join U.S. Rep. Alan B. Mollohan today for the groundbreaking for a new stormwater and sewer system.