Gretchen Ross, WBOY 12News

Gretchen Ross

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Past articles by Gretchen:

Antero Resources Donates $600,000 To Robinson Grand Performing A

On Friday evening civic and business leaders gathered at the Waldomore to celebrate the progress of the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center. Antero Resources pledged its support by donating $600,... → Read More

Robinson Grand In Need of Volunteers

Latest developments on the renovations to the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center in Clarksburg. Construction continues on the inside of the theatre, including creating a space backstage for a... → Read More

Celebrating Volunteers: Ruth Macbeth

Volunteers in North Central West Virginia help organizations run smoothly. → Read More

Social Service Agencies Work to Find 5,500 WV Children Homes

Right now over 5,000 kids in West Virginia are in the foster care system. WBOY learns how social workers are handling an increased caseload because of the drug epidemic. "Over the past 10 year... → Read More

Celebrating Volunteers: Linda Richards and Jennifer Thompson

The Walk to End Alzheimer's will be held next month in Harrison County, and to make the walk a successful one will take many volunteers. → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Saigon Pho Kitchen

Around five years ago WBOY featured Chaang Thai on High Street in Morgantown for a restaurant road trip segment. → Read More

Start Up Business Strikes Partnership with WVU

After four years of research, a company developing a product to reduce recoil from firearms strikes a major partnership with West Virginia University. WBOY learns more on how that partnership led... → Read More

Finding a Family: Kate's Story

A first in WBOY'S Finding a Family series. WBOY begins a profile on a Marion County woman who is starting her journey to become a foster and adoptive parent. Meet Kate Vacca Kate Vacca and he... → Read More

Celebrating Volunteers: Michael Malfregeot

July marks two years since WBOY partnered with The Miley Legal group to start the series Celebrating Volunteers. WBOY recognizes individuals in our community who spend their free giving back to t... → Read More

Finding a Family: PRIDE Class for Foster and Adoptive Parents

During WBOY's Finding a Family segment, adoption success stories have been featured. When WBOY has talked to adoptive parents, they mention taking PRIDE classes. What is a PRIDE class? For... → Read More

Small Business Administration Promotes Shop Small In July

Small Business Saturday, it's on the calendar for November 25th this year. While the shopping day is months away, the Small Business Administration is kicking off a campaign now to promote suppo... → Read More

Construction Continues on The Robinson Grand Performing Arts Cen

A landmark building in downtown Clarksburg, sitting vacant for years, is being restored to serve the community once again. Right now, the 104 -year-old Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center, re... → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Ali's Mediterranean Cuisine

If you are looking for a new restaurant in the area to expand your culinary experience, WBOY has the place for you. For this week's stop along the Restaurant Road trip, WBOY visits Harrison Coun... → Read More

WBOY Explores Personal Safety Order

WBOY explores an order you may not be as familiar with, personal safety. "People don't know it exists," said HOPE, Inc. SART Coordinator Adrianne Nichols In 2012, personal safety orders bec... → Read More

Finding a Family: Kenyon's Story

Throughout the month of May, WBOY will talk with West Virginia families who decided to adopt children from within the state. Meet Becci Ware and her son Kenyon from Harrison County. "It's worke... → Read More

Gilmer County Schools Regain Local Control

Over five years ago, the state took over the Gilmer County school system. Monday marked the beginning of local control once again for the county. In 2011, the state took over the school system so ... → Read More