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About: morgantown, west virginia

Located along the banks of the Monongahela River, Morgantown is closely tied to the Anglo-French struggle for this territory. Until the Treaty of Paris in 1763, what is now known as Morgantown was greatly contested among settlers and Native Americans, as well as the English and the French. The treaty decided the issue in favor of the English, but Indian fighting continued almost to the beginning of the American Revolution.

Population: 26809
Local Newspapers: The Dominion Post
Local Sports Teams: West Virginia Mountaineers
Local Colleges: West Virginia University

Zip Codes associated with morgantown, west virginia: 26501 26505 26506 26508
Towns/Cities near morgantown, west virginia : Westover Granville Osage Star City Brookhaven Price Hill Cheat Lake

Morgantown News
Self-inflicted gunshot wound sends Marion County murder suspect to Morgantown hospital

A suspect in a Marion County murder was still being treated Sunday at Morgantown's Ruby Memorial Hospital for a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to information from the Marion County Sheriff's Department. Donald Ray Carpenter, 50, was taken into custody after being found Saturday in the area of Prickett's Creek Road in Marion County.

Carter, Bolden lead No. 6 West Virginia over Texas 86-51

Jordan Dartis tied a career high with seven 3-pointers and scored 24 points to lead Ohio over Eastern Michigan 72-66 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Jevon Carter scored 22 points and led a big second-half run that propelled No.

Burch family settles lawsuit with WVU, others

The family of a WVU student who died in a Nov. 2014 hazing incident at the Kappa Sigma fraternity has settled with West Virginia University, the fraternity, and the property owners. Nolan Burch, then 18, died after he was found to be unresponsive following a fraternity event at the former Kappa Sigma house in Morgantown.

Regrowth

Jonathan Cumming has always been interested in plants and the way they grow. A professor of biology at West Virginia University , it all started when he was growing plants in his house as a child and, years later, he chose to focus his career on identifying specific plants and how they thrive in different types of soil.

Former Harrison County deputy in viral road rage video in court Thursday

The former Harrison County Sheriff's deputy charged in a 2017 road rage incident caught on camera has a plea hearing scheduled Thursday afternoon. William Sothen, 63, of Salem, was charged with misdemeanor battery following a viral video that appeared to show the retired deputy placing his hands on another motorist and bringing her to the ground.

Camilletti files for candidacy to 23rd Judicial Circuit Court

He vies for the seat recently vacated when his colleague, Gray Silver III, retired. Camilletti ran against Silver in 2000 but lost by 30 votes.

Monongalia County man charged with arson in trailer fire

Joe Allen Hornsby, 29, of Morgantown, is accused of setting fire to his own trailer stemming from a domestic incident last week. He is charged with one count of first degree arson.

WV Healthy Children Project launches Choose to Change campaign...

Morgantown, WV : For the beginning of the 2018 year, the West Virginia Healthy Children Project is launching an educational advertising campaign targeted to parents of children ages 2 to 5 to help promote healthy messages and habits in homes. This campaign will be conveyed through ads featuring Choosy, a health hero mascot created by a small West Virginia company called Choosy Kids.

More than a dozen crashes reported in Morgantown during a short period of time Tuesday

Both MECCA 911 officials and Morgantown's Chief of Police are requesting all motorists stay off the roads to allow emergency crews to reach accidents and to allow state and local crews to treat the roads. Snow and ice has gridlocked traffic throughout much of the Morgantown area.

911 call changes in Monongalia County indicative of declining State Police roster

Four years removed from the graduation of the last State Police cadet class, the Morgantown Detachment is beginning to show the signs. "With their manpower, I can remember when they had 20-some officers, and now they are down to nine or ten," Monongalia County Sheriff Perry Palmer said.

No. 2 West Virginia Looks To Bounce Back Against The No. 12 Kansas Jayhawks In Morgantown

Stay out of foul trouble. This one isn't entirely in West Virginia's hands, as we saw with the outrageous display of officiating against Texas Tech, but the Mountaineers will need to do whatever they can to keep Kansas away from the free throw line.

Area docs see medical marijuana as recreational user's back door

Some Ohio County health officials are concerned that implementation of West Virginia's medical cannabis law next year may serve as a gateway to legalization of recreational marijuana.

a Forged by Steela exhibit to be unveiled Jan. 20

A portion of the Weirton steel mill rises up behind homes in downtown Weirton. The structure is visible from much of downtown and has framed the Weirton skyline for decades.

Suspect from police pursuit arrested after leaving hospital

A Parkersburg man injured while trying to escape authorities after a high-speed pursuit Thursday was arrested by Morgantown Police later that night after walking out of a hospital. Jason Bernard, 44, was arrested late Thursday night on outstanding warrants from the Vienna Police and Wood County Sheriff's departments, Morgantown Police Chief Ed Preston said Friday morning.

Parents agonize as insurance program for kids is debated

U.S. President Donald Trump canceled a visit to London scheduled for early this year, saying he was disappointed with the "Obama administration having sold" the U.S. embassy in the British capital.

WVU Researcher Uses Photography to Analyze Food Access Among Rural Seniors

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Lauri Andress , an assistant professor in the West Virginia University School of Public Health , is working to disrupt the current model for how seniors in rural Appalachia access healthy food.

Lavana Lemley displays art at downtown Parkersburg WesBanco

The Lavana Lemley art exhibit will be on display at WesBanco Bank, 415 Market St., Parkersburg, during the month of January. The exhibit may be viewed during regular business hours of Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Her sculptures are mixed media from paper mache, clay and recycled material Lemley also incorporates dried and sealed branches, mushrooms and roots from her garden into the sculptures.

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