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Late Morning Fire Call Near Shopping Plaza Proves Uneventful, but Full Response Still Requ...

By Local News | March 03, 2015 2:00 PM
By Jeff Toquinto, Connect-Bridgeport.    The roar of fire trucks up Main Street late this morning and into the early afternoon proved to be good news for one Bridgeport business. A fire alarm that activated inside Walgr...
 

Featured Teacher: Liberty Spanish Teacher Katelyn Schaefer

By John Wickline | March 03, 2015 9:00 AM
Katelyn Schaefer is in her first year of teaching Spanish classes at Liberty High School, where she also serves as the sponsor to the school's Spanish Honor Society. Prior to coming to Liberty, Schaefer taught freshman classes at West Virg...
 

School Board to Discuss 2015-16 Calendar Tuesday at Lincoln High School Meeting

By John Wickline | March 02, 2015 11:00 AM
The first of two public hearings regarding a proposed 2015-16 Harrison County school calendar will be held at 5 p.m., Tuesday at Lincoln High School prior to the regular Board of Education meeting.   Superintendent of Schools,...
 

Harrison Commission Offers Support for Sarah Nott's Law

By John Wickline | March 02, 2015 10:00 AM
A Mason County family is trying to draw attention to a little known and rarely enforced law they believes needs changed in the aftermath of their daughter's death.   Called “Sarah Nott's Law,” a bill before...
 

UPDATE: Police Looking for Three Potential Suspects in Clarksburg Stabbing

By Local News | March 02, 2015 8:00 AM
WDTV5.    UPDATE: 2/28/15, 9:14 PM Police say they're looking for three persons of interest in the case. Zachary Watkins, 35, Dawn Watkins, 39, and Josh White, 19, are all wanted for questioning, and they&...
 

UPDATE: Family Members Release Name of Fatal Crash Victim

By Local News | March 02, 2015 7:30 AM
By Lauren McMillen, WDTV5.  Update: Sunday evening, the father of the victim from Sunday morning's fatal accident called 5 News. He said his son, Gary Hollen II, died in the accident Sunday morning. The name or con...
 

Former WVDOH Administrator Sentenced to Three Years Probation

By Connect-Clarksburg Staff | February 27, 2015 3:00 PM
From Office of the United State Attorney, Northern District of West Virginia Former West Virginia Division of Highways administrator Edward Matthew Tuttle, 39, of Buckhannon was sentenced in federal court for misleading the Federal B...
 

Miss Harrison County Pageant set for March 14th at Robert C. Byrd High School

By Connect-Clarksburg Staff | February 27, 2015 2:10 PM
The Miss Harrison County Scholarship Organization, under the direction of Executive Director, Emory Oldaker, is a preliminary to both the Miss West Virginia Scholarship Organization and the Miss America Organization.  On March...
 

SIU President Urges RCB Seniors to Attend College of Their Choice, Explains SIU's 'Managea...

By John Wickline | February 27, 2015 1:00 PM
The president of Salem International University told a gathering of high school seniors Thursday that without a proper education they won't stand much of a chance at landing a good job, or even a good date.   Appearing at...
 

Romano, Facemire 2 of only 5 State Senators to Oppose Pro-Life Legislation

By Mike Queen | February 27, 2015 12:02 PM
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, HB 2568, passed by a margin of 29-5 in the West Virginia Senate on Wednesday.  Only five state senators voted against the legislation including our own Senator Mike Romano and Senator Doug Facemir...
 
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