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Past articles by Ronnell:

MVB Bank celebrates 10 year anniversary

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – MVB Bank celebrated 10 years of residential mortgage lending operations. Potomac Mortgage Group Inc., now MVB Mortgage, was founded in 2009 by Ed Dean who was a 27-year veteran of the mortgage banking industry. In December 2012, Dean reached an agreement with MVB Bank for the acquisition of both PMG and Lenderworks. […] → Read More

Fairmont State holds forensic based art gallery for National Forensics Week

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Fairmont State University students are combining forensics and art for this year’s National Forensic Science Week. “Evidence is a component of both of our fields. Whether it is a artistic intent and the roll of the artist’s point of view or the tools that they are using, they leave moments of evidence […] → Read More

Fairmont State takes part in Fire Safety Week

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – September 17 kicked off Campus Fire Safety Week for institutions around the area. Fairmont State University welcomed students to the Falcon Center this afternoon to teach students more about campus fire safety and give them valuable safety tips. Campus Police, Fairmont Fire Department and the West Virginia Fire Marshals and other were […] → Read More

PC&TC offers condensed 12-week term for students

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Pierpont Community and Technical College is offering a condensed 12-week term for students for this school year. “One of the big things with the 12 week flex schedule is that it is eligible. Any student who will enrolling in the 12 week schedule is eligible for West Virginia Invest Grant -” “- We’ve also seen opportunities for students who maybe for […] → Read More

Fairmont Police accepting application for new officers

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The City of Fairmont are accepting applications for the position of Police Officers. The City Clerk’s Office will be accepting applications until Friday, September 27, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Once applications are received, applicants will take the Police Officer Civil Service Examination on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 10 a.m. at the […] → Read More

Disc Golf Tournament to take place in remembrance of Seth Burton

FAIRMONT,W.Va – The Ninth Annual Seth Burton Memorial Disc Golf Tournament will kick off this Saturday at Morris Park in Fairmont. The multi-tier, two day event will involve many novices and returning pro players. Burton was a senior in high school when he was killed in an accident. The community comes together to keep his memory alive. This fall […] → Read More

Mylan Park hosts 8th annual PopCon

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The eighth annual West Virginia PopCon Convention was held at Mylan Park over the weekend. This was a two-day event for all to enjoy a weekend full of video games, comics, cosplay and other goods both locally and around the world. Some guests who visited PopCon even came dressed for the occasion, […] → Read More

Volunteers paint Fairmont streets to help help share history of city

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – People from around the Marion County area joined in on the mission to beautify Fairmont, as organizations leaders and volunteers picked up buckets of paint and brushes to bring a little creative art to the area. Main Street Fairmont hosted a street painting event where multiple crosswalks in the city were painted […] → Read More

WV State Police host multiple cadet testing for new hires

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – If you have ever wanted to serve your community and state, the West Virginia State Police may be looking for you. State Police will be testing for its upcoming cadet class set to begin in February of 2020. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and no older than 39 prior […] → Read More

A Marion County funeral home closes after 60 years

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – A Marion County business is saying goodbye to residents by closing its doors after 60 years. Frey Home For Funerals opened on February 9, 1959. Known as one of the youngest funeral homes in the Fairmont area, its owner Bob Frey mentioned on Facebook it was time to close after facing certain […] → Read More

East Fairmont HS Busy Bee Band & Honeybees prepare for 50th anniversary

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The East Fairmont Busy Bee Band and Honeybees will be celebrating their 50th anniversary on September 13. With nearly 400 former and current students signed up, anniversary committee members are looking for those willing to participate in the anniversary performance. Rehearsals will take place for the entire band and alumni on September […] → Read More

WV Historical Society host Harrison County’s women exhibit

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – The Harrison County Historical Society announced its new exhibit for the month of September. Revealed: A Glimpse Behind the Curtain of Harrison County’s Women, commemorates the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage through a display of ladies’ clothing, accessories, and artifacts dating from the late 18th century through the 1960’s. “I want folks […] → Read More

Clarksburg History Museum relocates to new floor

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – The Clarksburg History Museum has moved to a new location, but don’t worry. It will not be hard to find. The Main Street location that was shared with Harrison County Board of Education will still be the home of the history museum, but the museum will now be on the first floor. […] → Read More

2 Marion County organizations host historical tour for fundraising efforts

MANNINGTON, W.Va. – Two Mannington organizations are asking for your help in keeping a part of the community’s history alive. The West Augusta Historical Society Wilson School Museum and the Hamilton Round Barn Museum will be hosting a weekly tour for both locations through this month and September. The tour will allow guests to learn […] → Read More

Fairmont State University hosts the school year’s first Board of Governors meeting

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Fairmont State University leaders and faculty came together for the first board meeting of the school year. This year four new members were added to Fairmont State’s Board of Governors, as Maiya Bennett, David Goldberg, Wendy Atkins and Jon Dodds were added to the board. New members said that they are excited […] → Read More

Crossfit Ridgeline hosts third annual quadrathlon

MORGANTOWN, W.Va – The third annual Ridgeline Quadrathalon gave participants a early start to the day Saturday, as athletes and novices from near and fair came to test their wits at a host of challenges. The quadrathalon ran 5 events including a rowing 5k, 1 mile run, 1000 yard swim, another 1 mile run, and a […] → Read More

Rambling Root to host fundraising corn hole tournament for Special Olympics

FAIRMONT, W.Va – The Rambling Root will be hosting a craft & cornhole event on Saturday, August 17 to raise money for a good cause. Competitors will be able to enjoy craft beers and games to raise money for the Special Olympics of West Virginia. During the event, the Special Olympics of West Virginia will […] → Read More

Fort New Salem wraps up Myths of the Mountains series

SALEM, W.Va. – Fort New Salem wrapped up their Myths of the Mountains series Saturday night, concluding its 9th season. The lamp-guided tour offers an authentic view of Appalachia in the 1800’s with tour guides dressed in themed clothing as they tell folktales. “The guide takes them from story telling point one, to two, and […] → Read More

Mannington Police Chief David James retires after 42 years with the department

MANNINGTON, W.Va. – Long-time Mannington Police Chief David James has has officially retired, as he signed off of his last shift Friday. James retired after serving as Mannington’s police chief for 33 years. James has also served as a patrolman during is 42 years with Mannington police. “I think I made a lot more friends […] → Read More

The Grape Leaf Mediterranean Cafe host grand opening in Fairmont

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – A new restaurant is bringing a unique dining experience to the Marion County area, as The Grape Leaf Mediterranean Cafe officially opened its doors on Adams Street. The Grape Leaf provides one of a kind dishes like Falafel sandwhiches, Babaghanoush, Baklava desserts and more. “I think it’s very important because it gives […] → Read More