Changes in the state delegation's districting won't keep W.Va. Del. Joey Garcia, D-Marion, from working for Marion County.
Thursday, December 02, 2021
FAIRMONT — There was no mistaking Lloyd White’s frustration at the Marion County Commission meeting Wednesday.
Wednesday, December 01, 2021
When Josh Pearson attended Fairmont State University, he drove by the vacant Coca-Cola bottling plant nearly every day.
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
WHITE HALL — With all the construction happening at the Middletown Commons, it’s easy to forget that among the list of stores is a new hospital.
Monday, November 29, 2021
BARRACKVILLE — With the simple flip of a switch, the historic Barrackville Covered Bridge was brought into the 21st century Sunday evening when thousands of tiny white Christmas lights came on.
Sunday, November 28, 2021
WHITE HALL — If it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert at something, one look inside Roger Kritzer’s workshop and there would be no doubt that Kritzer is most definitely an expert woodworker.
FAIRMONT — The City of Fairmont is one of 45 organizations to receive recent grants to build or enhance rails-to-trails projects in the U.S. having been granted $12,500.
FAIRMONT — Fairmont City Council recently adopted two ordinances to correct zoning inconsistencies that were put into law more than a decade ago.
Saturday, November 27, 2021
FAIRMONT — In only its first year of operatiin, the Fairmont State University U.S. Air Force Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps has earned a national accolade.
Friday, November 26, 2021
FAIRMONT — While most of us are sitting down to enjoy a tasty Thanksgiving dinner, dozens of volunteers around Fairmont are helping those who otherwise wouldn’t have a meal.
FAIRMONT — It happens every year. The joy of preparing for Christmas gets short-circuited when that one faulty bulb causes the entire string of lights to black out.
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Wednesday, November 24, 2021
Tuesday, November 23, 2021
FAIRMONT — Two years after announcing a name change from Rider’s Pharmacy to Rider’s Cards, Gifts and More, the Rider family has announced it is closing its doors next month.
Monday, November 22, 2021
Sunday, November 21, 2021
FAIRMONT — Health care officials in North Central West Virginia are watching COVID-19 numbers this week as the Department of Health and Human Resources prepares to release update figures today.
Students in Morgan Hostutler’s kindergarten class at Jayenne Elementary School in Fairmont are eager to celebrate Thanksgiving Day after having recently read the picture book biography “Balloons Over Broadway” by author Melissa Sweet. The book tells the story of illustrator and puppeteer Ton…
FAIRMONT — If all goes as planned, the Marion Regional Development Corp. will receive more than $22,000 in grant money from the state of West Virginia to be used for economic development in Marion County.
FAIRMONT — Graduates at Fairmont State University’s commencement on Saturday share a unique place in history in that they completed their studies during a worldwide pandemic that devastated hundreds of thousands of lives.
- WVU football exodus continues as two more enter transfer portal
- Retired Fairmont chiropractor cannot be accused of whittling away his time
- This week in West Virginia history
- 'A new life': Packing company settles in former Coca-Cola bottling plant on East Side
- Fairmont Senior rolls past Dots, punches ticket to state championship game
- 15th Feast of the Seven Fishes returns in-person this year
- Fairmont City Council continues to demolish derelict buildings
- Man handed life sentence for White Hall murder
- Former Mercer teacher hoping for holiday miracle: a family heirloom’s return
- Marion County gets a peek into Mon Health Neighborhood Hospital