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WBOY 12News

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Recent articles by Jeena:

College culinary students get two new kitchens for Spring semester

Pierpont Community & Technical College is expanding its resources for its culinary students. → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Munchies Eats & Sweets

For this week’s Restaurant Road Trip, we’re taking you to White Hall where a mother-daughter duo created a one-stop shop for your main course and dessert. → Read More

Fairmont Fire Department accepting applications

The Fairmont Fire Department is looking for more recruits. → Read More

North Marion metal detector issues appear solved on day 2 of advanced security screenings

On Tuesday, North Marion High School started using metal detectors at its front doors and there were some issues, according to some students. → Read More

Marion County BOE adds new measures for school safety

Marion County is testing and adding extra lines of defense to keep their schools safe, including new weapons detectors and emergency equipment lockers. → Read More

Metal detectors to be used to deter student vaping in Marion County

Marion County Schools hopes that three new sets of metal detectors could help prevent students from vaping while at school. → Read More

New backpacks make rescues easier for Worthington firefighters

Worthington firefighters are better prepared to handle structure fires and rescues thanks to 12 new self-contained breathing apparatus backpacks, courtesy of a grant from FEMA’s Assistance to Firefighter program. → Read More

North Marion theater group headed to national conference

Theater students from North Marion High School will be representing the state of West Virginia at a national theater conference in March. → Read More

NCWV Airport Board of Directors elect new member despite conflicting nominations

The North Central West Virginia Airport is getting a new board member, despite some conflicting nominations for a replacement. → Read More

Prickett’s Fort State Park accepting donations for fence maintenance

The logs that make up the fence of the fort have deteriorated over time due to the weather. → Read More

Fairview Sensory Path helping students focus in the classroom

Fairview Elementary School is using a new tool to help their students get focused for the day. → Read More

Black West Virginians recount experience of growing up in Mon County

The West Virginia University Community Coalition for Social Justice put on its annual event in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. → Read More

Fairmont State accepting nominations for president

Fairmont State University is accepting applications and nominations for its new president, due by February 17, to replace former president Dr. Mirta Martin. → Read More

Taylor County Emergency Squad getting custom-designed ambulances

The Taylor County Emergency Squad in Grafton, West Virginia is getting two new ambulances that are specially designed to fit the needs of the squad's patients. → Read More

High-tech drones helping catch suspects and aid in rescue missions in West Virginia

Law Enforcement and first responders in West Virginia are using new technology to help with their jobs. → Read More

US 250 roadwork completion date pushed back a third time

The construction on U.S. 250 in Marion County, West Virginia continues after crews ran into problems at the site, causing another delay in the completion date. → Read More

Mon County dispatchers using callers’ cameras in emergencies

Dispatchers in Marion County are becoming better equipped to handle an emergency with a new equipment upgrade. → Read More

Road improvements, EMS personnel and pollution all to be discussed in upcoming legislative session

Monongalia County officials hosted a forum on the upcoming legislative session and expect to see road improvements, EMS personnel and pollution to be discussed. → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: BerTeas

As the weather outside gets frightful, it’s a good time to sit by the fire with some tea. → Read More

West Virginia doctors urge caution with holiday gatherings amid upswing in respiratory illness

Monongalia County is seeing a rise in respiratory illnesses this season, and health officials don’t predict them to trend down anytime soon. → Read More