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Morgantown woman identified as produce stand accident victim
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The Mon County Sheriff’s Department has identified the woman killed in a Monday accident as Pam Ciuni, 61, of Morgantown. Ciuni died Monday afternoon when a car driven by Jerrey Hoyt, 76, hit the produce stand she was shopping at on Fairmont Road. The employee at the stand was...[read more]

UPDATED: Mon County bar closure extended
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Governor Jim Justice has extended the bar closure in Monongalia County. “WVU has recommended that we keep the bars closed for at least another seven days,”Justice said,”We’re going to keep the bars closed for another seven days and see where we stand.” The closure is extended ...[read more]

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COVID cases spike in Harrison County, testing sites offered for school workers
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – COVID-19 Cases in Harrison County are on the rise, according to executive director of the Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department Chad Bundy. “We have about 225 cases in Harrison County now,”Bundy said,”We definitely have community spread.” The DHHR website shows more than 26-pe...[read more]

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Bluefield’s Sean Martin impressive early in WVU training camp (Day 3 report)
The Mountaineers put on pads for the first time in training camp Wednesday. The post Bluefield’s Sean Martin impressive early in WVU training camp (Day 3 report) appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Governor doubts hosting the vice president at his resort will violate his executive order limiting crowds to 25
The governor last month lowered West Virginia’s social gathering limit from 100 people down to 25. The post Governor doubts hosting the vice president at his resort will violate his executive order limiting crowds to 25 appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Justice touts local control of school re-entry; says measurement to assess virus spread is almost ready
Superintendent Burch says the top option is to return to classrooms to avoid societal disparities for students. The post Justice touts local control of school re-entry; says measurement to assess virus spread is almost ready appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Needing new opponents, Marshall & C-USA schools ready to take the field
AD Mike Hamrick has several holes to fill on the schedule. The post Needing new opponents, Marshall & C-USA schools ready to take the field appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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