The incident happened on Jones Run in Lumberport around 8:40 p.m. Thursday.
Winter weather has led to cancellations of more than 150 American Red Cross blood drives nationwide, leading to an urgent blood shortage this season.
The Thrasher Group has donated $100,000 to the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center to assist in renovation and restoration of one of Clarksburg’s most historic landmarks.
Martin speaks at the official start of her presidency at Fairmont State University
Three murder-related charges and a felony escape were among the 44 individuals indicted by a Taylor County grand jury Monday.
Defense attorneys claim bias.
Trial date to be set soon for former Bridgeport High football coach.
SUMMERSVILLE, W.Va. — Communities of Nicholas County continue to mourn the loss of Tim Blake, the longtime chief at the Craigsville Volunteer Fire Department. Blake,...
Northbound lanes of Interstate 79 still closed after a tractor-trailer crash early Thursday morning. Traffic being detoured until further notice.
Cavin Richardson, interim nursing director for the Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department, said the holidays greatly attributed to the number of cases the area is seeing.
The fire started just before 8 a.m. Wednesday at a home along Brushy Fork Road. No one was inside of the home at the time of the fire.
Multiple fire departments responded to the fire at a house along Thorn Avenue shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Jim Estep, president and CEO of the High Technology Foundation, said it's time to focus conversation on the technology sector.
As of Jan. 2, Andrea Kerr will be the city's new Community Development Director, taking over a position left vacant by Randy Spellman's retirement.
WESTON, W.Va. — Only single digits of households in Lewis County remain without natural gas service, after a mechanical issue at a station near Weston...
Hawkins believes that a multi-county mountain bike trail would attract a wide range of visitors, not only to the trail itself but also to the existing businesses that the region already has to offer.
Early Christmas present for some.
Architects presenting 2 options.
Dominion Energy West Virginia has received word that imposters are posing as DEWV employees and asking to enter the homes of customers impacted by the natural gas outages in Lewis County.
Dominion spokeswoman Samantha Norris said as of 2 p.m. Friday, all DEWV customer meters in the Weston area were turned off successfully and gas had been placed back into the line.