The WVU Student Government Association is requesting local bars and clubs to offer drink covers for alcohol to increase safety downtown.
A social media video of a Morgantown police officer using physical force in an arrest Friday night is raising concerns from community members.
Morgantown is getting some southern hospitality this spring with a new chicken finger restaurant moving in downtown.
When WVU social work professor and director of the Women’s Resource Center Leslie Tower returned to work after having her second child in 2006, she struggled to find a place to pump breast milk on campus.
The former owner of Sandwich University, a defunct Morgantown restaurant, was sentenced Friday for his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack.
A local animal clinic is helping pet owners access spay and neuter surgeries at a reduced cost.
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The Monongalia County Canine Adoption Center experienced a significant increase in pet returns and strays last year, making it one of the first years that director Dana Johnson saw animals euthanized in order to make room in the shelter.
Morgantown Police are investigating a shooting that left one person injured on Monday night.
Morgantown Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred early Sunday morning outside a bar in downtown Morgantown.
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Haley Roth, a junior biochemistry major at WVU, said she feels unsafe living alone near campus in light of recent violent crimes in downtown Morgantown.
DJ Pauly D, best known for his appearances on MTV’s reality show “Jersey Shore,” is coming to Morgantown.
A student group at Morgantown High School is hosting a fundraising event for their nonprofit organization, the Sex and Gender Acceptance (SAGA) Initiative on Saturday at the Morgantown Art Bar.
Pryzm Nightclub, a hot spot among WVU students on High Street, had its liquor license temporarily suspended this week.
A victim of an alleged hit-and-run has been identified more than three weeks after a body was found on Grafton Road near Morgantown.
A man wanted in connection to a recent Monongalia County murder was arrested in Morgantown on Friday.
Morgantown police are still searching for suspects involved in two recent shootings on High Street near WVU’s downtown campus.
The Monongalia County Sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a man considered “armed and dangerous.”
Detectives from the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a body discovered last week as an apparent hit-and-run, officials said in a press release Monday.
Morgantown police are investigating a shooting that occurred at the intersection of Fayette and High streets early Saturday morning.
High Street Canteen’s beer and wine license was suspended last week following a violation that took place in September, according to the West Virginia Alcohol and Beverage Control Administration.
For years, West Virginia University has enforced a requirement for first-year students to live on campus with few exceptions.
A man was taken to the hospital after a shooting on High St. early Sunday morning, according to the Morgantown Police Department.
WVU football is still in full swing, and some hospital employees say they are sick of the "trashy" disrespect being left behind after singing “Country Roads.”
Morgantown community members gathered Thursday night to honor domestic violence victims and survivors at Woodburn Circle. Attendees shared stories and resources and held a moment of silence for local victims of domestic violence.
After a series of board meetings and protests, the Monongalia County Board of Education has reaffirmed their decision to ban pride flags in classrooms in a 3-2 vote to stop discussing the issue.
For more than three decades, the WVU Planetarium has allowed the campus community to explore the stars through a variety of shows.
Human remains found in Coopers Rock State Forest last month have been identified as a missing man last seen in July, according to the Monongalia County Sheriff's Office on Thursday.
Hundreds of students at Morgantown High School walked out of class Wednesday in protest of the Monongalia County Board of Education’s recent ban on pride flags in the classroom.
The Monongalia County Board of Education is sticking to its decision to remove pride flags displayed in classrooms, pending further discussion.
The Aquatic Center at Mylan Park is up for consideration as the site of the 2024 Olympic Diving Trials.
In light of decision to remove pride flags from local schools, members of Morgantown Pride are planning a protest ahead of a Monongalia County Board of Education meeting next week.
Big Daddy Guns officials said in a press conference Wednesday they had no intention of leaving The Deck location in downtown Morgantown.
Morgantown police and firefighters have filed lawsuits against the city over allegedly “retaliating” against them by cutting their wages and benefits.
Health officials at West Virginia University saw a recent spike in COVID-19 cases as students returned to campus for the fall semester.
After months of controversy, Big Daddy Guns is not opening downtown, officials confirmed to The Daily Athenaeum on Monday.
With the recent discovery of “rainbow fentanyl'' in Morgantown, experts have warned about the presence of the dangerous drug in the community. At WVU, one group is educating the student body on the dangers of fentanyl and the resources available to them.
Life in Morgantown is picking up again as students flood the city for another semester at West Virginia University. Meanwhile, local law enforcement is coming up short-handed.
Over the summer, Protect Morgantown has battled with firearms retailer Big Daddy Guns over the opening of the company’s new storefront downtown. The group of residents has continually expressed safety concerns with the location of the business.
Haley Jones is one of many prospective students who were told about WVU’s blue light emergency call system last year while touring campus.
Big Daddy Guns and Protect Morgantown, a group of community safety activists, have clashed in recent months over the Florida-based company’s opening of a new location in downtown Morgantown. Now, a fundraiser competition could determine whether the gun store opens at all.
WVU’s Coliseum has long served as one of the only free and accessible parking options for students. But that will end this semester.
Police have issued an all clear following a bomb threat made on WVU’s downtown campus earlier today. WVU police completed a sweep of the area, and no device was found.
The opening of a new gun store in Morgantown was the center of debate at Tuesday’s city council meeting.
A man was arrested Tuesday in connection with a shooting that happened over a month ago at Northside Hills, an apartment complex located just outside of Morgantown, according to the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Office.
West Virginia University Police issued a warning about the potential circulation of fake pills containing fentanyl after a recent drug incident.