Just over 9% of West Virginia University students and employees have verified their COVID-19 vaccination through the school, according to initial data released Tuesday.
The Morgantown Police department is investigating the death of a West Virginia University student following an off-campus incident on Thursday, May 6.
West Virginia University Police Department is investigating a reported robbery and car-jacking on May 9 at 3:30 p.m. in front of 265 Prospect Street.
As customers anxiously await their favorite summer produce, local farmers like Julie Mallow, owner of The Vegetable Garden, have been preparing all year.
Main Street Morgantown held its first Arts Walk of the season featuring more than 50 local artists and small businesses on Saturday — the first in more than a year.
The City of Morgantown has received approval from the West Virginia Division of Highways to install six new utility box murals designed by area artists in downtown Morgantown.
The production of a new downtown mural began on March 15 at the Pleasant Street Parking Garage in Morgantown.
Like many small businesses, Blue Moose Café saw its share of struggles due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Days after glass was smashed and doors were broken at the First Presbyterian Church of Morgantown, the church is looking to use the experience to help others.
The Morgantown Police Department has increased patrols in the vicinity of local mosques and synagogues following a reported interaction at an apartment complex in Granville on Wednesday, according to an MPD officer.
For the second time, U.S. House Rep. David McKinley has voted not to impeach President Donald Trump.
The annual WVU Clery Report shows an increase in rape and fondling offenses from 2018 to 2019.
In a WVU MIX email, new information regarding testing dates, requirements and spring move-in was provided.
President-elect Joe Biden has announced plans to make higher education more affordable to low-income students.
West Virginia University’s Office of Health Promotion and Wellness will host two medication disposal events prior to students’ departure from campus for the holidays.
Waldo’s Chicken at the Evansdale Crossing has been closed temporarily following a COVID-19 exposure report at the location. The restaurant is to remain closed for the rest of the 2020 Fall semester, but is expected to reopen in Spring 2021.
To promote diversity throughout Morgantown’s Greenmont neighborhood, a Black Lives Matter crosswalk has been installed on Arch Street at the intersection of Green Street.
Due to pandemic restrictions, some local nursing homes have had to postpone holiday events, but administrators and staff have been working to make the holidays less lonely by hosting on-site celebrations for Thanksgiving and the winter holiday season.
Several Republican nominees in West Virginia received a majority of the vote in their respective races statewide, but in Monongalia County, votes often trended in a different direction.
Halloween weekend and the past month in Morgantown have been relatively uneventful in terms of gatherings, according to both the University Police Department and the Morgantown Police Department.
The Appalachian Gerontology Experiences: Advancing Diversity in Aging Research (AGE-ADAR) Scholar’s Program is starting to recruit students for a new two-year research program at WVU.
WVU announced it will be having scheduled slots for students moving into residence halls and free COVID-19 tests for all students, faculty and staff in the spring 2021 semester.
As of Wednesday morning, Monongalia County early voting totals are expected to surpass the 2016 election total of 20,735 early votes cast.
Student activists across campus are preparing for the 2020 election with excitement, fear and a sense of duty.
The front window of The Grind has been boarded up after a hit and run last weekend, but the small business is still open and serving customers downtown.
After finding a gap in the market, three WVU alumni created a new alcoholic beverage called 21 Hardwater.
Just hours before the WVU Marching Band members would attend their first football game of the season on Oct. 3, the Pride of West Virginia announced it would no longer be able to perform.
Crowds gathered at the Monongalia County Courthouse on Saturday to protest racial injustice in light of recent court rulings in the case involving the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
WVU and the WV Department of Highways have finished construction on the hillside remediation project along Monongahela Boulevard, seven months after a large boulder fell from the cliff above the roadway striking a vehicle on the road and PRT car, sending three people to the hospital.
Multiple Morgantown bar owners have filed a lawsuit alleging their rights to due process have been violated.
In honor of WVU alumna Katherine Johnson, a new scholarship has been created to aid African American students pursuing math- or science-related degrees within the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.
When Eric Powell began the role of Interim Police Chief a couple months ago, he already had 23 years at the Morgantown Police Department under his belt.
A petition submitted to WVU last week requested the University waive the cost of a diploma reprint for transgender or nonbinary alumni to list their preferred name.
Social gatherings at residential units in certain areas of the city will be prohibited to prevent spread of infection beginning at midnight Friday morning and will remain until repealed or modified.
Starting earlier this month, the city of Morgantown began offering incentives to landlords within the city limits to rent to people who are homeless.
WVU alumna Marlesa Tennant is bringing a health alternative to the Westover community.
Gov. Jim Justice announced all Monongalia County bars are closed indefinitely as of 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
Diamond Village, a homeless encampment in Morgantown, will officially be disbanded in the coming weeks once its residents are offered alternative housing.
Free COVID-19 testing continues in Monongalia County as cases are on the rise.
The Morgantown City Council approved an emergency ordinance Tuesday, voting unanimously to pass a statute in hopes of reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Jim Justice has ordered the closure of all bars in Monongalia County for 10 days as COVID-19 cases continue to spike.