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Fairview Small Towne Christmas Parade Saturday
The Fairview Christmas Committee will be holding its annual Small Towne Christmas Parade this Saturday.
Shaws recognized for ‘serving others and being involved’
Dave and Tina Shaw, their sons, Gary, Joseph, Andrew and Michael, and even their dogs, Linus and Leo, operate by two simple words: family first.
Many hard at work on holiday
When most people will be sitting down for a relaxing Thanksgiving dinner, some Marion County workers will be away from the dinner table, hard at work.
Purchase of WesBanco building approved
Fairmont City Council approved the $360,000 purchase of the WesBanco building on Merchant Street at the council meeting Tuesday.
Arrest made in connection with last weekend’s armed robbery
An arrest has been made in connection with an armed robbery last weekend in White Hall.
Nearly 30 new displays added to Celebration of Lights
The Celebration of Lights kicks off another year of holiday festivities Friday.
Fairview parade to be held in honor of Dolly Rush
Fairview’s annual Christmas parade has been moved to Saturday.
Local deer hunters head to the woods for start of gun season
Even with temperatures in the teens Monday, hunters across the state bundled up and headed into the woods for the start of West Virginia’s two-week deer firearms season.
Monongah leaders face debt in town’s water fund
The Town of Monongah is looking at options related to its water fund.
Residential burglaries continue on city’s West Side
With the holidays almost here, Fairmont residents are being asked to remain vigilant as the pattern of residential burglaries continues on the city’s West Side.
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