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Justice brings tax cut town hall to Bridgeport

The Bridgeport Conference Center hosted West Virginia Governor Jim Justice on Monday as he continues to try and maintain public attention for his proposed 50% income tax cut. → Read More

Glenville State partnering with Marshall to expand course offerings

Glenville State University is partnering with Marshall University hoping their collaboration will be a model for all small colleges throughout the state. → Read More

Fairmont Police Academy ready to welcome first-ever cadets

The new Police Academy in Fairmont is set to welcome its first-ever class of cadets next week. → Read More

Celebrity chef visits WVU for new restaurant opening

Internationally-known chef Aarón Sanchez visited West Virginia University for the grand opening of a new campus dining option. → Read More

New axe throwing, smash room opens in Bridgeport

If you’re interested in trying axe throwing, a sport that is getting more popular recreationally in West Virginia, there is a new facility in Bridgeport. → Read More

Hometown Hotdogs donates 100% of sales to food pantry

Marion County business Hometown Hotdogs and the people who support it, are celebrating a decade of taking care of the people in need in their community. → Read More

Harrison County elementary schools getting new PRO officer

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday afternoon that it would be adding a new PRO—the first elementary school-specific PRO in West Virginia. → Read More

Alderson Broaddus honors students in commencement ceremony

Alderson Broaddus University held a special commencement ceremony this morning honoring thirty students with one graduate earning a very unique degree. → Read More

Clarksburg Water Board adding chemical to water to combat lead pipes

The Clarksburg Water Board has begun adding a chemical to its water supply to combat lead intrusion from old pipes, but don’t worry, it’s completely safe. → Read More

Clarksburg Water Board adding chemical to water to combat lead pipes

The Clarksburg Water Board has begun adding a chemical to its water supply to combat lead intrusion from old pipes, but don’t worry, it’s completely safe. → Read More

Marion County groups team up to collect winter apparel for those in need

A century-old Marion County business and a local church have teamed up bringing warmth to those in need during the holiday season. → Read More

Check presented to Harrison Co. Academy of Aviation

Harrison County high school students have set their goals high, hoping to win this year’s American Rocketry Challenge. → Read More

All Smiles Dental sponsors 25 Angel Tree kids

A Harrison County business and its patients are helping make sure that all kids have big smiles on Christmas morning. → Read More

Virginia ‘Gigi’ Manchin honored for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month

Glenville State University honored its late first lady Virginia “Gigi” Manchin Wednesday afternoon to mark the last day of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month. → Read More

Clarksburg women celebrates 100th birthday

A Harrison County woman got to celebrate 100 years of life with multiple birthday parties. → Read More

20 people benefit from Mon County Health Department’s free dental day

The Monongalia County Health Department gave people with no dental insurance a reason to smile on Wednesday. → Read More

Harvard business students taking a tour across West Virginia

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. (WBOY) – A group of Harvard business students is taking a whirlwind tour of West Virginia learning about the Mountain State economy. Twenty-three students and one faculty member arrived yesterday for a field trip or trek. Their trek made a stop in Buckhannon early Friday morning to have breakfast with the WV Community […] → Read More

Middle school hears from veterans on importance of military

Harrison County students got to learn about the true meaning of Veterans Day and what it is like to have a career in the military. → Read More

Fairmont cemetery transforms to prepare for wreath laying

A Marion County cemetery has gone through a complete transformation as volunteer groups get it ready to host the first-ever Wreath’s Across America Ceremony later this year. → Read More

Marion County has most Angel Tree children in a decade

A Marion County Hospital has teamed up with the Salvation Army hoping to make this year’s Christmas special for more than 500 children. → Read More