Megan Hudock, WBOY 12News

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Past articles by Megan:

Mountain Line Transit Authority starts Fall bus schedule

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The fall semester bus schedule has started back up for the Mountain Line Transit Authority. This consists of evening services, where the Blue and Gold service, and the West Run Bus Routes will run later in the evening. Campus p.m. services have also started up. Buses will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday […] → Read More

Changes come to Monongalia County high school schedules

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – Nearly 12 thousand students in 20 different Monongalia County schools were back in the classroom on Tuesday. Some changes are coming to the daily schedules at the three area high schools. Students will now be on an alternating block schedule. This means students enrolled in career and technical education classes will spend […] → Read More

Mon Health Medical Center raises funds for new Comprehensive Perinatal Depression Program

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – Mon Health Medical Center is raising funds for its Comprehensive Perinatal Depression Program. The 57th annual Mon Health Medical Center auxiliary’s ball of the year will benefit the development of this program. The Perinatal Depression Program is community focused and one of only 13 in the nation. This program will begin with […] → Read More

WVU Honors students move in day

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – Friday was move-in day for honor students at West Virginia University. The students primarily moved into Honors Hall on the downtown campus and Lincoln hall on the Evansdale Campus. With nearly 1,000 honors students moved in this year, this is one of the largest honors classes to ever be at West Virginia […] → Read More

Couple celebrates 72 years of marriage

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – A Morgantown couple celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary this week. Hal and Helen Shanberger met on West Virginia University’s Campus, and the rest is history. “We met in the spring of ’46 and were married in August of ’47,” said Helen Shanberger. “A sorority sister and I were good friends. The fella […] → Read More

West Virginia University PRT reopens

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – The West Virginia University Personal Rapid Transit system (PRT) resumed operations Thursday. The PRT was closed during the summer to work on system integration and enhancements. Train control testing and routine maintenance were a part of the annual closure. Updated turnstile entry gates were added at the stations. Several new cars with […] → Read More

Pedestrian safety equipment being installed in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – Pedestrian safety improvements have been installed at key locations across Morgantown. This will make the city safer for students as they return to class. The City of Morgantown , Monongalia County, and WVU have partnered to create a pedestrian friendly community. “What has been done is that we have installed these pedestrian […] → Read More

Wreaths Across America seeking sponsorship for December ceremony

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – The local ‘Wreaths Across America’ chapter is looking for sponsorships for wreaths. The wreaths will be placed in the West Virginia National Cemetery during a special ceremony on December 14. The chapter said that they are currently at 30 percent of their goal, which is 5,328 wreathes. “It just means a lot. […] → Read More

5th Annual Great Pepperoni Roll Cookoff held in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – The fifth annual Great Pepperoni Roll Cookoff was held Sunday under the Morgantown Farmers Market Pavilion. This was a chance for the community to try a variety of pepperoni rolls, which is a West Virginia delicacy. Everything from stick pepperoni, sliced pepperoni, and even ground pepperoni was used in the creations. Nine […] → Read More

Annual Pack the Bus event held in Kingwood

KINGWOOD W.Va. – The annual Pack the Bus event was held Sunday outside of the Kingwood Volunteer Fire Department. This is carried out by Food for Preston. Food and funding is collected for the backpack program that runs in all Preston County Schools. This serves pre-k through 12th grade students in need. Weekly bags of […] → Read More

King Buckwheat and Queen Ceres introduced at Buckwheat Festival Media Day

KINGWOOD W.Va. – This year’s King Buckwheat and Queen Ceres have been chosen and both are excited to officially reign. Madeline Warnick has wanted the title since she was a little girl. “I hope that I can inspire other people and other children to one day run for the court. I hope to inspire the […] → Read More

Annual Shack Quack Family Festival held

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – Saturday, the Shack Quack Family Festival was held at the Edith B Barill Riverfront Park in Star City. This is an annual free family event. Bounce houses, pony rides, and kayaking were just a few activities that filled the day. Classic cars and live music were also a part of the entertainment. […] → Read More

Open House held to showcase new Cool Springs VFD

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – An open house was held Saturday to show off the new Cool Springs Volunteer Fire Department. Kids were able to play in a bounce house, use a fire house, and visit with a Paw Patrol character. The department has been under construction for over a year. The Cool Springs VFD is now […] → Read More

Kids prepare for school year at Morgantown Mall Back-to-School Fest

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – A back to school fest was held Saturday at the Morgantown Mall. This was a back to school party to celebrate the upcoming school year. Crafts, games, and many more activities were a part of the day. Backpacks and even a $1,000.00 shopping spree was given away at the event. Several vendors […] → Read More

Back to School Bash prepares students for upcoming school year in Monongalia County

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – With summer coming to an end, a special event helped students prepare for the upcoming school year. A Back to School Bash was held at North Elementary school Friday morning in Monongalia County. More than 100 children were supplied with items for the upcoming year at the event. “Whether it’s school supplies, […] → Read More

Lucky Charms introduces marshmallow-only bags

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – You will no longer have to pick out the marshmallows to enjoy your Lucky Charms. Lucky Charms announced it will begin selling marshmallow-only bags thanks to a collaboration with Jet-Puffed. “Magically delicious in EVERY form! Grab a bag of @jetpuffed marshmallows with Lucky Charms shapes today! #magicallydelicious,” the cereal brand tweeted. […] → Read More

Grand Opening held for Ziebart of Morgantown

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – The grand opening for Ziebart of Morgantown was held Friday afternoon. Ziebart is a worldwide franchise that specializes in auto products and services. The shop offers rust protection, auto detailing, window tint, paint protection film and Rhino Linings. About thirty people attended the event, including the Morgantown Chamber of Commerce, the Small […] → Read More

Jakes Run Road collapses, causing concern for officials

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – A portion of road in Monongalia County that was patched back in March has become a problem area again. A patched pothole on Jakes Run Road has collapsed and is causing concern for officials in the county. The area is located about 1/2 a mile in from West Virginia Route 7. The […] → Read More

Monongalia County Commission promotes Back-to-School Bash at North Elementary

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – The Monongalia County Commission is promoting a back-to-school event that is coming up this Friday. North Elementary will be hosting a back to school bash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on August 9. Free haircuts, backpacks, school supplies and clothing will be provided for children. The Mountaineer Food Bank Farmers Market […] → Read More

Monongalia County Health Department hosts ‘Give Kids a Smile’ Day

MORGANTOWN W.Va. – The Monongalia County Health Department hosted a ‘Give Kids a Smile’ day on Wednesday. The free dental care event was available for children up to age 18 without dental insurance. During a 30-40 minute appointment, children will receive a dental checkup, cleaning and a fluoride treatment with a dental hygienist. In addition […] → Read More