Heather Hale, WBOY 12News

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Past articles by Heather:

Study shows West Virginia drivers are wearing their seat belts more

The statewide seat belt usage rate for 2022 came in at 92.5 percent, exceeding the national average of 90 percent. → Read More

American Red Cross hosting 2-day Gift of Life Blood Drive event

American Red Cross will be hosting its Gift of Life two-day event on Dec. 20 and 21. → Read More

Man donates $10 million to Davis & Elkins College’s capital campaign

Davis & Elkins College received a large gift towards their Creating Home: It Takes a Village Campaign, which will improve campus housing. → Read More

Lewis Co. BOE resumes meal boxes for Christmas break

Lewis County Schools are planning to pick up their meal boxes again over Christmas break. → Read More

WVU hosts national qualifying FFA Career Development competition

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WBOY) — West Virginia University (WVU) is hosting career development events for West Virginia FFA at their Evansdale campus. Around 1,000 students will compete during the two-day event. This is a qualifying event for FFA National Convention, which is held in November 2023. This competition gives students the opportunity to showcase the skills […] → Read More

Weston bridge dedicated to man killed in Pearl Harbor attack

Private Thomas M. Wright was 20 years old when he was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, and 81 years later, on Wednesday, the W 4th Street Bridge in Weston was dedicated in his honor. → Read More

Elkins community and city council have new tool to access meeting information

The City of Elkins has a new tool to inform the public about city council meeting agendas. → Read More

Davis & Elkins College to add final piece to Allen Athletic Fields

Davis & Elkins College will soon be adding the final piece to the Allen Athletic Fields. → Read More

Elkins accepting applications for Third Ward City Council seat

The City of Elkins is now accepting applications for one of their two Third-Ward City Council seats. → Read More

Morgantown Mall hosts ‘Sensitive Santa’ event for children with sensory sensitivities

The Morgantown Mall continued their Christmas events on Dec. 4 with their “Sensitive Santa” experience. → Read More

The LiTEArary Society hosts book wrapping event for Monongalia County Head Start

The LiTEArary Society held a book wrapping party for Monongalia County Head Start at Morgantown High School on Dec. 4 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. → Read More

WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital hosts annual toy drive for Santa’s Workshop

WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital hosted their Children’s Annual Community Toy Drive on Dec. 4 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. → Read More

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. kicks off holiday tour at the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center

America’s Got Talent winner and West Virginia native Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. performed at the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center on Dec. 3 for his annual “Home for the Holidays” tour. → Read More

Bridgeport Lions Club hosts 73rd Annual Pancake Feed

The Bridgeport Lions Club hosted their 73rd Annual Pancake Feed from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Dec. 3, the same day as the Bridgeport Christmas parade. → Read More

People line up in Bridgeport in spite of rain on their Christmas parade

The rain held off for a little while this morning, but it began to sprinkle just when the Bridgeport Christmas parade started. → Read More

New Myers Clinic opens, widens clinical offerings in Philippi, West Virginia

Myers Clinic is the newest Barbour Community Health Association facility and offers services that the previous one did not. → Read More

Almost Heaven BBQ Bash introduces art car opportunities to local schools

The Almost Heaven BBQ Bash Board of Directors has decided to introduce art cars into the area with a car show during the bash in June. → Read More

WVDOH begins canopy clearing season to maintain roads

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WBOY) — November marks the beginning of canopy clearing season for the West Virginia Division of Highways (WCDOH). DOH officials said cutting the branches and brush that hang over the roadways is a vital part of prolonging the life of the roads in our state. Clearing the trees will also allow sunlight to […] → Read More

WVDOH closes Marshville Road due to large slip

The West Virginia Division of Highways announced an emergency road closure in Harrison County. → Read More

‘K9s to Furkids’ helps animal control get dogs adopted at Pet Supplies Plus

Pet Supplies Plus held their Home for the Paw-lidays event on Nov. 19 and 20. → Read More