Though leasing on vacant apartments was down in early 2020, realtors are beginning to see the number of signed leases rise.
The Aquatic Center at Mylan Park reopened at the beginning of June, with 500 visitors coming to either swim or run this past weekend.
Downtown Morgantown restaurants have had to find practical ways to keep their customers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Tin 202 is no exception.
A West Virginia University graduate is in custody after a fire in the Sunnyside neighborhood caused nearly $9,500 in damage.
Hundreds gathered in downtown Morgantown on Tuesday to peacefully protest police brutality and demand change in the treatment of African American people around the country.
The Mountain Line Transit Authority is considering a wide range of changes, including free masks, clear shower curtain dividers and rides by appointment, in order to keep drivers and riders safe.
As restaurants reopen outdoor and indoor dining as part of West Virginia’s “The Comeback” reopening plan, Morgantown restaurant owners and customers are adapting to new dining experiences.
With establishments making workforce cuts across the nation, national unemployment has jumped to 4.4%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Gov. Jim Justice's new executive order requires all essential businesses' employees and contractors to work from home to the fullest extent possible.
Joseph Moser, owner of Ashebrooke Liquor Outlet, said he had to deal with customers yelling at his employees after a rule banning out-of-state residents from buying liquor went into place in Monongalia County.
WVU students who lived in residence halls and paid for meal plans during the Spring 2020 semester will be refunded about 40% of their housing and dining costs.
People without a West Virginia-issued driver’s license or other state identification will be unable to buy liquor in Monongalia County.
Morgantown City Council made a unanimous decision to discuss a nuisance ordinance that would regulate properties used for criminal activities to a future agenda.
Sixteen residents in a Morgantown nursing home have tested positive for COVID-19, while 50 tests are still pending.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said a Morgantown nursing home prompted the stay at home order.
The Morgantown Parking Authority has announced that parking in Morgantown will be free for the duration of the governor’s stay at home order.
Update: West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice issued a "stay at home" order and closed all essential" businesses. This will be effective at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – WVU Medicine announced today that it is establishing five drive-through collection points in West Virginia to collect specimens from pre-screened patients to test for COVID-19. The collection points will be in Morgantown, Parkersburg, Bridgeport, Wheeling, and Martinsburg…
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – To prevent the spread of COVID-19, City of Morgantown Buildings and Morgantown Municipal Court are closed to the public until April 6, 2020. If you need assistance, please call the City Manager's Office at 304-284-7405 or access the staff directory at www.morgantownwv.gov.
The Morgantown Police Department used three rounds of tear gas to disperse a Thursday evening crowd on Beverly Avenue.
Christopher Scott Phillips, 37, was taken into custody by the Morgantown Police Department for his alleged role in an incident that shut down North Willey Street.
UPDATE, 5:00 p.m.: Christopher Scott Phillips, 37, has been taken into custody by the Morgantown Police Department for his alleged role in the incident.
As students begin packing their bags for spring break travel, the University is preparing to combat any cases of coronavirus that may hit West Virginia.
Over the weekend, three WVU students’ study abroad programs in Italy were cut short as the coronavirus outbreak continues to grow in the country.
With two study abroad trips already canceled, WVU will be closely monitoring international travel during the upcoming spring break.
Morgantown City Council voted 7-0 to modify the marijuana ordinance penalty to a flat $15 fine for possession of up to 15 grams of marijuana.
Steve Kite, a WVU geology professor, said he used to try to inventory rocks of all sizes that fell onto Monongahela Boulevard.
Update at 10:45 a.m.
Several bills that could impact the University are on the WVU Government Relation Team’s radar, many of which carried over from the 2019 session.
- WVU seeking student volunteers for return to campus COVID-19 testing
- Men's basketball workouts postponed after players, staff member test positive for COVID-19
- Four more positive coronavirus tests for WVU football team
- WVU: At least 10 students have tested positive for coronavirus
- Mon County Health Department reports 61.7% increase in COVID-19 cases
- Gov. Justice to sign mandatory face covering order
- Three High Street bars connected to COVID-19 cases
- Provost Maryanne Reed reliant on past experiences in maneuvering pandemic, the future
- DHHR announces free COVID-19 testing on July 10 and 11 in Monongalia County
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