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Recent articles by Heather:

Weston receives federal grant to remove 10 dilapidated houses

The city of Weston received a $300,000 federal grant to remove dilapidated houses in various locations around the city. → Read More

Scarecrow Fall Festival Extravaganza in Elkins

Scarecrows will be popping up in Elkins soon. → Read More

West Virginia Botanic Garden’s Fall Children’s Festival gives families opportunity to get outdoors

The West Virginia Botanic Garden held its13th annual Fall Children’s Festival on Sunday. → Read More

Seth Burton Memorial Disc Golf Tournament held in Fairmont, West Virginia

The 12th annual Seth Burton Memorial Disc Golf Tournament was held at Morris Park in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia on the disc golf complex that was built in honor of Burton. Sunday was the last day of the three-day event. → Read More

Fall Festival goes on in spite of predicted weather

The Fall Festival at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia happened in spite of the rainy weather that was forecasted. → Read More

Pumpkin Chunkin for West Virginia charities at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia hosted its inaugural Pumpkin Chunkin event on Saturday to raise money for charity. → Read More

‘Run for the Paws’ 5k helps sustain the Humane Society of Harrison County

The Humane Society of Harrison County held its Run for the Paws 5k on Saturday. Participants ran or walked two laps around the Clarksburg Veterans Memorial Park trail. → Read More

Road Patrol: Carrollton Covered Bridge restoration progress

Progress has been made on the restoration of the Carrollton Covered Bridge, but significant structural work on the trusses and bottom cord of the bridge still remains. → Read More

Elkins Rehabilitation Care Center welcomes first therapy dogs

The Elkins Rehabilitation Care Center and its Mountain Memories facility have welcomed their first therapy dogs. → Read More

New LEGO robotics team offering after-school activity in Elkins

A former science teacher received a $10,000 grant to start a LEGO Robotics Team Program in the Elkins area, and he’s looking for kids to participate. → Read More

Burnt Bridge in Dailey renamed for James ‘Big Jim’ Shaffer

Shaffer was a long-time member and chief of the Tygart Valley Fire Department who served for 40 years. → Read More

Randolph County PRO named Rookie of the Year

The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office houses one recipient of the 2022 Rookie Prevention Resource Officer of the Year. → Read More

Randolph Co. school superintendent requests a third PRO officer

Randolph County superintendent Debra Schmidlin went before the Randolph County Commission to discuss the benefits of current prevention resource officers (PRO), and how she believes the county is in need of a third. → Read More

Upshur County Schools begin active shooter training

Upshur County Schools began their active shooter training on Sept. 23. → Read More

Hearsemania begins at Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Hearsemania is being held at the Trans-Allegheny lunatic Asylum, and the two-day event starts on Sept. 23. → Read More

Girl in Aviation event exposes young people to the aviation careers in WV

The inaugural North Central West Virginia Girls in Aviation Day is being held at the Robert C. Byrd National Airspace Education Center on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. → Read More

Lewis County Family Resource Network offering free car seats and inspections

The Lewis County Family Resource Network held a car seat safety event on during Child Passenger Safety Week. → Read More

Benefit dinner brings fire departments together

A benefit spaghetti dinner was held at the Mt. Clare Volunteer Fire Department on Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. → Read More

Kidney walk raises money for preventative action against dialysis

The 6th annual Morgantown Kidney Walk was held at the Clarksburg City Park in Nutter Fort on Sept. 18. → Read More

Matching façade grants help small businesses look nicer on the outside

Main Street Fairmont implemented a façade grant program this year with support from the county commission, the city of Fairmont and their sponsors. → Read More